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Holocaust Studies

Testimonies and Communal Narratives (Audio/ Video)

Testimonials (Video)

  • Re:Collection: An interactive digital platform that uses storytelling to guide the viewer through the history of the Holocaust (click on the Re-Collection red button). The Azrieli Foundation.
  • Survivors Testimonies: Select Oral History from the drop-down menu. Holocaust Encyclopedia, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
  • Steven Spielberg Film and Video Archive: Click on Personal Stories, Interview in Audio or Video. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
  • Testimony Clip Samples, USC Shoah Foundation Visual History Archive, UCLA.

Testimonials (Audio)

Yizkor Books (Holocaust Memorial Books)

  • The Yizkor Collection of Holocaust Memorial Books: Copy and paste "SPEC JYB" (including the quotation marks) into OneSearch for physical items in this distinctive collection of 250 memorial books, published by survivor communities. You can request any of them for your research at the Wurzberger Reading Room at Hayden Library. Please note, the Wurzberger Reading Room is by appointment only. Please request an appointment through the Ask An Archivist form.
  • New York Public Library Yizkor Book Collection: A digitized collection of 700 Yizkor books.
  • JewishGen’s Yizkor Book Project: English translation for full-text of some memorial books.
  • Yiddish Book Center: A digital library of Yiddish books, audiobooks, archival recordings, oral histories, Yizkor Books, and children's literature.

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