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Holocaust Studies

Finding Books

ASU Library has research, fiction (text and graphic novels), and theatrical works. You can use OneSearch (select ASU Library Catalog) and limit your results to specific subject and format, or start your search with a specific subject (see below).

eBooks at ASU Library: Search all our electronic titles.

Search by Subject (print and electronic books): This Library of Congress Subject Headings list may be useful when searching the ASU Library Catalog for materials related to Holocaust Studies, including books, DVDs, journals, etc. Use the slider on the right-hand to narrow down the results.

Films and Streaming Videos

ASU Library subscribes to several streaming video databases, reviewed on the Steaming Video (including Internet free sites) and Film library guides. 

Films on Demand: May be searched by titles, producers, and other categories.

  • Type in "Holocaust" as keyword, then use the Filter Options button (in red) to search All Types. You can select Newsreel or Primary Source; Documentary Film; Educational Video; etc. and adjust the Format to either Full Titles, Segments, or Series. 

 

American History in Video Collections, direct links to films about the topic of "Holocaust, 1939–1945":

 

Steven Spielberg Film and Video Archive at USHMM

Video segments are also available on The YIVO Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe (2008)

 

Additional Catalogs

OCLC FirstSearch WorldCat: Books, videos, music, conference proceedings, and other materials in libraries worldwide. Materials owned by ASU Library are highlighted and linked.


European History Primary Sources: The European University Institute.

The European Library: European national Libraries.

World Digital Library: Primary source materials from around the world.

US Holocaust Memorial Museum Library

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