Kent State University Stark Campus Library

 

                             History 41129, The Holocaust

 

                                        Holocaust denial

 

 

D804.3 .V5313 1992

Assassins of memory: essays on the denial of the Holocaust/Pierre

Vadal-Naquer; translated and with a foreword by Jeffrey Mehlman.

New York: Columbia University Press, c1992.

 

D804.355 .S54 2000

Denying history: who says the Holocaust never happened and

why do they say it? / Michael Shermer & Alex Grobman; foreward by

Arthur Hertzberg. 

Berkeley: University of California Press, c2000

 

D804.35 .L57 1993

Denying the Holocaust: the growing assault on truth and memory/

Deborah I. Lipstadt. 

New York: Free Press; Toronto: Maxwell Macmillan

Canada; New York: Maxwell Macmillan International, c1993

 

D804.355 .Z56 2000

Holocaust denial: demographics, testimonies, and ideologies/

John C. Zimmerman.  Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, c2000.

 

 

                              Trials and litigation

 

KD373 .178 H65 2000

Holocaust on trial [videorecording] /Written and directed by

Leslie Woodhead. 

Boston, Mass.: WGBH Educational  Foundation, c2000.

 

 

JX5437.8 N87 1995

Nuremberg [videorecording] tyranny on trial/produced by Lou Reda Productions, Inc. for the History Channel; A&E Television Networks.    

New York, N.Y.: A&E Home Video, c1995.

 

KD379.5 .178 E95 2001

Lying about Hitler: history, Holocaust, and the David Irving

Trial/Richard J. Evans. 

New York: Basic Books, c2001

 

                                               

 

                                   Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)

 

D804.3 .W465 2002

After the darkness: reflections on the Holocaust/Elie Wiesel; translated from the French by Benjamin Moser. 

1st ed. New York: Schocken Books, c2002.

 

 

 

Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science

v. 548 “November 1996”

The Holocaust:  remembering for the future/special editors of the volume, Franklin H. Littell…:Sage, c1996.

 

Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science

v. 450

reflections on the Holocaust:  historical, philosophical, and educational dimensions / special editors of this volume, Irene G. Shur, Franklin H. Littell, Marvin E. Wolgang.

Philadelphia:  American Academy of Political and Social Science.

 

D810 . J4 P614813 1979

Breviaire de la haine. English

Harvest of hate: the Nazi program for the destruction of the Jews in Europe/L{226}eon Poliakov; foreword by Reinhold Niebuhr. 

NewYork: Holocaust Library: [distributed by Schocken Books] c1979

 

DD253.6 .A65 2002

The business of genocide; the SS, slave labor, and the concentrations Camps/Michael Thad Allen.                                                                        Chapel Hill, N.C. : University of North Carolina Press, c2002..

 

D804.3 .N54 2000

The Columbia guide to the Holocaust/Donald Niewyk and Francis Nicosia. 

New York: Columbia University Press. C 2000

 

DD247 .E5 E4813 1983

Eichmann interrogated: transcripts from the archives of the Israeli police/edited by Jochen von Lang, in collaboration with Clasu Sibyll; translated from German by Ralph Manheim.                                                  1st ed. New York: Farrar, Staus & Giroux, 1983

 

DS135 .E83 D43 2001

Essays on Hitler’s Europe/lstvan Deak. 

Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, c2001.

 

HV6322.7 G44

Genocide in the first half of the 20th century [videorecording]/ a Robery J. Emery film. 

Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 2002

 

 

 

D804.3 .W469 2001

Hitler and the Holocaust/Robert S. Wistrich.

Modern Library ed.

New York: Modern Library, 2001.

 

DS135 .G3315 M43 2002

Hitler’s shadow war; the Holocaust and World War II/Donald M. McKale.                                                                                                               1st Cooper Square Press ed. New York: Cooper Square Press: Distributed by National Book Network, 2002.

 

Z658 .G3 H65 2001

The Holocaust and the book: destruction and preservation/edited by Jonathan Rose.

Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, c2001

 

D810 .J4 H656

Holocaust [videorecording] /a film document presented by Yad Va’shem and Israel Film Service

[New York]: SISU Home Entertainment, [1993], c1991.

 

DS135 .F83 Z83 1999

The Holocaust, the French, and the Jews/Susan Zuccotti. 

Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1999.

 

D804.3 .R75 2001

Holocaust politics/John K. Roth. 

1st ed.  Louisville [Ky.]:  Westminster John Knox Press, c2001

 

QD804.3 .H64 1989x

The Holocaust: prejudice unleashed/Materials and Curriculum Committee of the Ohio Council on Holocaust Education; Leatrice B. Rabinsky and Carol Danks, co-editors. 

[Columbus, Ohio?]: Ohio Council on Holocaust Education, Materials and Curriculum Committee, 1989.

 

D804.3 .M58 2001

The Holocaust: readings & interpretations/Joseph R. Mitchell, Helen Buss Mitchell.

[Guilford, Conn.?]: McGraw-Hill/Dushkin, c2001

 

D810 .J4 H66

The Holocaust years: society on trial/edited by Roselle Chartock and Jack Spencer; in cooperation with the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith.

Toronto; New York: Bantam Books, 1978.

 

D810 .J4 K683

Hunter and hunted; human history of the holocaust/Selected and edited by Gerd Korman. 

New York, Viking Press [1973].

 

D810 .J4 T7

Jewish responses to Nazi persecution: collective and individual behavior in extremis/Isaiah Trunk. 

New York: Stein and Day, c1979.

 

D804.348 .P38 2001

Long shadows: truth, lies, and history/Erna Paris

1st U.S. ed. New York:  Bloomsbury, c2001.

     

D810 .J4 G615

The miracles versus tyranny/by Izaak Goldberg. 

New York:  Philosophical Library c1978.

 

D804 .G4 B765 1998

Official secrets: what the Nazis planned, what the British and Americans knew/Richard Breitman.                                                            New York: Hill and Wang, 1998

 

DS135 .E83 F72 1968

Out of the whirlwind:  a reader of holocaust literature / Albert H. Friedlander. Illustrated by Jacob Landau.

Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday [1968].

 

DS135 .F83 W43 1991

Petain’s crime: the full story of French collaboration in the Holocaust/Paul Webster. 

Chicago:  I.R. Dee, 1991.

 

D810 .J4 R3

Reflections on the Holocaust: historical, philosophical, and educational dimensions/special editors of this volume, Irene G. Shur, Franklin H. Littell, Marvin E. Wolfgang. 

Philadelphia: American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1980.

 

D804.33 .R48 2002

Remembering the past, educating for the present and the future:  Personal and pedagogical stories of Holocaust educators / edited by Samuel Totten.

Westport, Conn.  :  Praeger, 2002.

 

G1797.21 .E29 G583 2002

The Routledge atlas of the Holocaust / Martin Gilbert.

3rd ed. London:  Routledge, 2002.

 

PR9619.3 .K46 S3 1983

Schindler’s list / Thomas Keneally. 

Harmondsworth,

Middlesex, England; New York, N.Y., U.S.A.:  Penguin Books, 1983, c1982.

 

PN1997 .S355 1994 pt. 1 & 2

Schindler’s List [videorecording]/an Amblin Entertainment production. 

Universal City, Calif.: MCA Universal Home Video, 1994, c1993.

 

D804.33 .T46 2000

Teaching and studying the Holocaust / edited by Samuel Totten, Stephen Feinberg:  Foreword by John K. Roth.

Boston:  Allyn and Bacon, c2001.

 

D810 .C8 .A88 2002

The victim’s fortune:  inside the epic battle over the debts of the Holocaust/ John Authers and Richard Wolffe.

New York:  HarperCollins, c2002.

 

 

 

D810 .J4 D33 1986b

The war against the Jews, 1933-1945 / Lucy S. Dawidowicz;  with a special new introduction for the tenth anniversary edition by the author. 

New York: Bantam Books, 1986, c1975

 

DD256.5 .B3916 2002

War & genocide: a concise history of the Holocaust/Doris L. Bergen.

 Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, c2003

 

PQ2683 .l32 Z696 2001

The Worlds of Elie Wiesel:  an overview of his career and his major themes / Jack Kolbert.

Selinsgrove [PA.]:  Susquehanna University Press; London; Associated University Press, 2001. 

 

                    Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) –Bibliography

 

D804.3 .H6 F47 2002

The Oryx Holocaust sourcebook / William R. Fernekes. 

Westport, CT:  Oryx Press, 2002.

 

D810 .J4 1985

The Holocaust: an annotated bibliography/Harry James Cargas.2nd ed. Chicago: American Library Association, 1985.

 

                           Holocaust, Jewish (1939 – 1945) –Fiction

 

PQ2683 .l32 A913 1982x

Aube. English. Dawn / Elie Wiesel; translated from the French by Frances Frenaye.

Toronto; New York:  Bantam Books, 1982

 

PS3569 .Z39 K66 1994

The Kommandant’s mistress: a novel/Sherri Szeman. 

New York: HarperPerennial, 1994.

 

PS3523 .E7994 E9 1979

Eva: a novel of the holocaust/Meyer Levin.

1st Behrman House ed. New York: Behrman House, 1979, c1959

 

 

Mr. Sammler’s planet / Saul Bellow.

New York, Viking Press [1970].

                

               Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Juvenile literature

 

D810 .J4 A475

Hitler’s war against the Jews:  a young reader’s version of the war against the Jews, 1933-1945/By Lucy S. Dawidowicz/by David A. Altshuler. 

New York:  Behrman House, c1978.

 

BM105 .S69 1974 

The holocaust; a history of courage and resistance/Edited by Morrison David Bial.  Illustrated by David Stone Martin. 

New York, Behrman House [1974, c1973]

   

                 Holocaust, Jewish (1939 – 1945) --- Personal narratives

 

DS135 .N8 S3313 2002

Angar ogsa deg. English. The story of ‘Herman der Norweger’ Auschwitz prisoner #79235/as told by Herman Sachnowitz to Arnold Jacoby; translation and introduction by Thor Hall.

 Lanham:  University Press of America, c2002.

 

D810 .F4

And the sun kept shining-- / by Bertha Ferderber-Salz; foreword by Menachem A. Rosensaft.

New York:  Holocaust Library, c1980.

 

DS135 .R93 L898 1978

The Death Brigade = The Janowska road / Leon Weliczker Wells.

New York:  Holocaust Library, c1978.

 

D810 .J4 T42 1984

Dry Tears:  the story of a lost childhood/Nechama Tec. 

New York:  Oxford University Press, 1984.

 

D804.195 .F53 2001

Flares of Memory:  stories of childhood during the Holocaust/edited by Anita Brostoff with Sheila Chamovitz. 

New York:  Oxford University Press, 2001.

 

 

D804 .I95 F78 1998

Fresh wounds:  early narratives of Holocaust survival/edited by Donald L. Niewyk. 

Chapel Hill:  University of North Carolina Press, c1998.

 

D810 .J4 D68 1978

The Holocaust kingdom: a memoir/Alesander Donat. 

New York:  Holocaust Library, c1978.

 

 

 

 

 

D804.3 .H595 1994

Holocaust [videorecording]: in memory of millions/executive producer, Jonathan Ward; produced by Randy Goldman; a presentation of Discovery Productions in association with Cronkite, Ward & Co.; Discovery Communications Inc.  Bethesda, MD.Discovery Channel: [Distributed by Discovery Enterprises Group], [1994]

 

D810 .J4 I88 1998

It was nothing, it was everything [videorecording]:  reflections on the rescue of Greek Jews during the Holocaust/writer, producer, and director, Sy Rotter; a co-production of Documentaries International Film & Video Foundation and Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Heroes and Remembrances Authority, Jerusalem.Teaneck, NJ:  Ergo Media c1998.

 

 

RC451.4 .H62 K47 1996

The last witness:  the child survivor of the Holocaust/by Judith S. Kestenberg and Ira Brenner.

Washington, DC:  American Psychiatric Press, c1996.

 

D804.195 .K73 2002

Memory perceived: recalling the Holocaust/Robert N. Kraft     

Westport, Conn:  Praeger, 2002.

 

DS135 .A93 B44 1999

The Nazi officer’s wife: how one Jewish woman survived the Holocaust/Edith Hahn Beer with Susan Sworkin.                                           

1st ed. New York: Rob Weibach Books/William Morrow, c1999.

 

 

DS135 .P63 H45 2001

Never far away:  the Auschwitz chronicles of Anna Heilman/edited by Sheldon Schwartz; introduction by Dieter K. Buse and Juergen C. Doerr; afterword by Joel Prager.                                                                    Calgary: University of Calgary Press, c2001.

 

DS135 .P63 G53555 2002

No place to run:  a true story/as told by David Gilbert; written by Tim Shortridge and Michael D. Frounfelter. 

London; Portland, OR:  Vallentine Mitchell, 2002.

 

DS135 .P63 K5655 2000

One family: before and during the Holocaust/Andrew Kolin.

 Lanham, MD.: University Press of America, c2000.

 

D810 .J4 A69

The partisan:  from the valley of death to Mt. Zion/Yitzhak Arad; [cover design by Eric Gluckman]. 

New York:  Holocaust Library:  [distributed by Schocken Books], c1979.

 

H55 L29 1998

Preempting the Holocaust/Lawrence L. Langer. 

New Haven:  Yale University Press, c1998

 

DS135 .C96 P718913 2002

Pevnost meho mladi. English. Fortress of my youth: memoir of a Terezin survivor/Jana Renee Friesova; translated by Elinor Morrisby and Ladislav Rosendorf.

Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press 2002.

 

D810 .J4 R63

The pit and the trap:  a chronicle of survival/Leyb Rochman; introduction by Aharon Appelfeld. 

New York:  Holocaust Library, c1983.

 

D805 .G3 f7233 1963

Psycholog erlebt das Konzentrationslager. English.  Man’s search for meaning; an introduction to logotherapy/A newly rev. and enl., ed. Of  from death-camp to existentalism.  Translated by llse Lash. Pref. by Gordon W. Allport. 

Boston, Beacon Press [1963 c1962].

 

D805 .Pr G45 1995

Rena’s promise:  a story of sisters in Auschwitz/Rena Kornreich Gelissen with Heather Dune Macadam. 

Boston Mass.:  Beacon Press, c1995.

 

DS135 .F9 S2913 2002

Rescuing the children: a Holocaust memoir/Vivette Samuel; translated and with an introduction by Charles B. Paul; with a foreword by Elie Wiesel.

Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, c2002.

 

D810 .J4 R387 2002

Resistance [videorecording]:  untold stories of Jewish partisans / Garth Group Inc.

Washington, DC:  PBS Home Video, 2002.

 

DS135 .R73 B47 1999

The seamstress:  a memoir of survival/Sara Tuvel Bernstein; with Louise Loots Thornton and Marlene Bernstein Samuels; introduction by Edgar M. Bronfman..

New York:  Berkley Books, 1999, c1997.

 

D804.5 .G85 S65 2002

Shared sorrows: a gypsy family remembers the Holocaust/Toby Sonneman.                                                                                                 Hatfield: University of Hertfordshire Press, 2002.

 

DS135 .H93 D863 2002

Surviving in silence:  a deaf boy in the Holocaust:  the Harry I. Dunai story / written by Eleanor C. Dunai; foreword by John S. Schuchman.

Washington, D.C.:  Gallaudet University Press, 2002. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D810 .J4 S868 1996

Survivors of the Holocaust [videorecording]/Turner Original Productions; [presented by] Steven Spielberg in association with Survivors of the Shoah Visual  History Foundation; director/editor, Allan Holzman; producers, June Beallor, James Moll.  [S.I.]:  Turner Home Entertainment; Kansas City, MO.:  [distributed by] America Cablevision, c1996, 1995.

 

DS135 .L33 A27 2002

To forgive – but not forget:  Maja’s story/Maja Abramowitch. 

London; Portland, OR:  Vallentine Mitchell, c2002

 

D804.3 .W54 1982

Un di velt hot geshvign. English.  Night/Elie Wiesel; translated from the French by Stella Rodway; foreword by Francois Mauriac/ preface for the twenty-fifth anniversary edition by Robert McAfee Brown.                    

 New York:  Bantan Books, 1982.

 

DS135 .C97 W54 1995

When I was 14 [videorecording]: a survivor remembers/produced and directed by Marlene Booth.

Berkeley, CA.: University of California Extension Center for Media and Independent Learning, c1995.

 

 

D804.195 .W58 2000

Witness:  voices from the Holocaust/edited by Joshua M. Greene and Shiva Kumar in consultation with Joanne Weiner Rudof; foreword by Lawrence L. Langer; in association with the Fortunoff Video Archine for Holocaust Testimonies,

Yale University.  New York:  Free Press, c2000.

 

D804.19 .W58 1997

Witness to the Holocaust/Michael Berenbaum, [editor]

New York:  HarperCollins Publishers, c1997.

 

DS135 .U43 R537 2002

A Wolf in the attic:  the legacy of a hidden child of the Holocaust / Sophia Richman.

New York:  Haworth Press, c2002.

 

D804.47 W65 1999

Women and the Holocaust:  Narrative and representation/edited by Esther Fuchs. 

Lanham, MD:  University Press of America, c1999.

 

D804.47 .B46 1997

Women surviving the Holocaust:  in spite of the horror / Jutta T. Bendremer.

Lewiston:  E. Mellem Press, c1997.

 

DS135 .U43 G774 2001

Yankele:  a Holocaust survivor’s bittersweet memoir / Alex Gross.

Lanham, MD.  :  University Press of America, c2001.

 

                     

                         

                     Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Encyclopedias

 

DS135 .E8 E45 2001

The Encyclopedia of Jewish life before and during the Holocaust/editor in chief, Shmuel Spector; consulting editor, Geoffrey Wigoder; foreword by Elie Wiesel.                                                                                           Jerusalem: Yad Vashem;  New York: New York University Press, 2001.

                                 

         

D804.3 .E53 1990 v. 1 – 4

The Encyclopedia of the Holocaust/Israel Gutman, editor in chief.     

New York: Macmillan, c1990.

 

                        

D804.25 .H66 2001

The Holocaust encyclopedia/Walter Laqueur, editor; Judith Tydor Baumel, associate editor.      New Haven: Yale University Press, c2001.

 

PN56 .H55 H66 2003 v. 1 & 2

Holocaust Literature: an encyclopedia of writers and their work/ S. Lillian Kremer, editor. 

New York: Routledge, 2003.

 

                         Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Poetry

 

PJ5012 .H65 H4

The waltz of the shadows / by Magda Herzberger.                                

 New York:  Philosophical Library, 1983

 

              Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) –Foreign public opinion, American

 

D804.19 .A25 1999

America views the Holocaust, 1933-1945:  a brief documentary history/ Robert H. Abzug.

Boston:  Bedford/St. Martin’s, c1999

 

 

 

D804.45 .U55 A49 1999

The Americanization of the Holocaust / edited by Hilene Flanzbaum. 

Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999. 

 

D804.45 .U55 P67 2001

Popular culture and the shaping of Holocaust memory in America/Alan Mintz. 

Seattle: University of Washington Press, c2001.

 

 

 

D810 .J4 R664

So it was true:  the American Protestant press and the Nazi persecution of the Jews/Robert W. Ross.

Minneapolis:  University of Minnesota Press, c1980.

 

D804.19 .W58 1997

Witness to the Holocaust/Michael Berenbaum, [editor]

1st ed. New York:  HarperCollins Publishers, c1997.

 

 

                              Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Romania

 

DS135 .R7 I6513 2000

Evreii sub regimul Antonescu.  English.  The Holocaust in Romania:  the destruction of Jews and Gypsies under the Antonescu regime, 1940-1944/Radu loaned with a foreword by Elie Wiesel and a preface by Paul A Shapiro.

Chicago:  Ivan R. Dee, 2000.

                          

                                   Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Causes

 

DS146 .G4 W3913 1999

Hitler’s professors: the part of scholarship in Germany’s crimes against the Jewish people/Max Weinreich.

 New Haven: Yale University Press, 1999.

 

D804.3  .G648 1996

Hitler’s willing executioners: ordinary Germans and the Holocaust/Daniel Goldhagen.                                                                          1st ed. New York: Knopf: Distributed by Random House, 1996.

 

D804.3 .D87 2002

Holocaust:  a history/Deborah Dwork & Robert Jan van Pelt.                     

1st ed.  New York:  Norton, c2002.

 

DS146 .G4 W47 1999

The Holocaust and antisemitism:  The Golhagen argument and its effects/Frank Wesley.                                                                                                          San Francisco, Calif:  International Scholars Publications, 1999.

 

                      Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Periodicals

 

Holocaust and genocide studies

Stark periodicals  v.15 (2001)

/Oxford; New York:  Pergamon, c1986-.

                             

                              Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Poland

 

DS135 .P63 S2457 2002

The 23rd Psalm:  a Holocaust memoir/George Lucius Salton, with Anna Salton Eisen.            Madison:  University of Wisconsin Press, c2002.

 

DS135 .P62 W259

The Case of Hotel Polski:  an account of one of the most enigmatic episodes of World War II / [compiled] by Abraham Shulman. 

New York:  Holocaust Library:  Distributed Schocken Books, c1982.

 

DS135 .P62 L627 1984

The Chronicle of the ofz ghett, 1941-1944/edited by Lucjan Dobroszycki; translated Richard Lourie…[et al.]                                                                                                                                           New Haven:  Yale University Press, c1984

 

DS135 .P63 U548 2000

Destined to live/William Ungar with David Chanoff.                                                                    Lanham, [Md.]:  University Press of America, c2000.

 

DS135 .P62 L64434 1998

The Diary of Dawid Sierakowiak:  five notebooks from the odz getto/edited and with an introduction by Alan Adelson; translated from the Polish original by Kamil Turowski; foreword by Lawrence L. Langer.                                                                                                                             New York:  Oxford University Press, 1998, c1996

 

DS135 .P62 W2613

Dziennik getta warszawskiego.   English.

The Warsaw diary of Adam Czerniakow:  prelude to doom/edited by Raul Hilberg, Stanislaw Staron, and Josef Kermisz; translated by Staron and the staff of Yad Vashem.                                                                    New York:  Stein and Day, 1979

 

DS135 .P63 A175 2002

Hidden:  a sister and brother in Nazi Poland/Fay Walker and Leo Rosen;  with Caren S. Neile.                                                                Madison:  The University of Wisconsin Press, c2002.

 

D810 .J4 H57 1982

Jewish martyrs of Pawiak / by Julien Hirshaut.

New York:  Holocaust Library, ,1982.

 

DS135 .P63 L54513 2002

Madchen im rotten Mantel. English.  The girl in the red coat: a memoir/Roma Ligocka; with Iris von Finckenstein; translated by Margot Bettauer Dembo.

 New York:  St. Martin’s Press, 2002.

 

DS135 .P62 W272 1978

Megilat yisurin.  English.  Scroll of agony; the Warsaw diary of Chaim A. Kaplan/translated and edited by Abraham l. Katsh.

New York, Macmillan [1965].

 

DS135 .P63 K5655 2000

One family:  before and during the Holocaust/Andrew Kolin. Lanham, MD.: 

University Press of America, c2000.

 

D804.3 .B77 1992

Ordinary Men:  Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the final solution in Poland/Christopher R. Browning.                                                               

1st ed.  New York; HarperCollins, c1992.

 

DS135 .P62 W2728 1994

Resistance:  the Warsaw Ghetto uprising/Israel Gutman.              

 Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1994.

 

DS135 .P62 J444 2002

Sasiedzi. English. Neighbors:  the destruction of the Jewish community in Jedwabne, Poland/Jan T. Gross.                                                                                                                             New York:  Penguin Books, 2002.

                  

DS135 .P62 K6789313 1998

Shenot.  English.  Dear God, have you ever gone hungry? :  memoirs/by Joseph Bau; translated from the Hebrew by Sam Yurman.                                                                                                          New York:  Arcade Pub.  : Distributed by Little, Brown and Co., 1998.

.

DS135 .P63 T5 1992

This unfamiliar place [videorecording]/a film by Eva llone Brzeski.

[Ho-ho-kus, NJ]:  Distributed by New Day Films, c1992.

 

DS135 .P62 W33613 1994

Uve-tokhi he-avar. English.  Memoirs of a Warsw Ghetto fighter/Kazik (Simha Rotem); translated from the Hebrew and edited by Barbara Harshav.                                                                                                          New Haven:  Yale University Press, c1994.

 

White supremacy movements—United States—Computer network

 

E184.A1 H37 2000

Hate.com [videorecording] extremists on the internet/written &

directed  by Vince DiPersio & William Guttentag. 

Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities, c2000.

            

                           Children of Holocaust survivors

 

D804.3 .C54 1995

Children of the Holocaust [videorecording]producer/director, Peter A Gordon. 

Princeton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities & Scineces, 1995,c1994

                              

                         World War, 1939 - 1934  --  Concentration Camps

 

DS135 .N4 O66 1996

The Chosen People:  the story of the ‘222 transport’ from Bergen- Belsen to Palestine/A. N. Oppenheim. 

London; Portland, OR:  Vallentine Mitchell, 1996

 

 

D805 .P7 D37

The Death Camp Treblinka:  a documentary/edited by Alexander Donal; [cover design by Eric Gluckman]

New York:  Holocaust Library: [distributed by Schocken Books] c1979.

 

D804.3 .T6313 1996

Face a l’extreme. English. Facing the extreme:  Moral life in the concentrationa camps/Tzvetan Todorov; translated by Arthur Denner and Abigail Pollak. 

1st American ed.  New York:  metropolitan Books, 1996

 

D805 .C9 L4 1983

Ghetto Theresienstadt/Zdenek Lederer.                                                         

 1st American ed.  New York: Fertig, 1983

 

D810 .D7 K3 2002

Hasag-Leipzig slave labor camp for women: the struggle for survival, told by the women and their poetry/Felicja Karay; translated by Sara Kitai. 

London: Vallentine Mitchell, 2002.

 

D805 .G3 .M353 2001

Legacies of Dachau: the uses and abuses of a concentration camp, 1933-2001/Harold Marcuse.                                                                       Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001.

 

DS135 .G3315 M4 1995

Memory of the Camps [videorecording] / producer, Sergei Nolbandov; script, Colin Wills; for Frontline, produced and edited by Stephanie Tepper; [produced for] the Documentary Consortium [by WGBH Boston]

PBS Video index [version] [Alexandria, Va.]:  PBS Video, c1995.

 

D805 .P7 N39 1995

Nazi designers of death [videorecording]/a Nova Production by BBC-TV in association with WGBH/Boston.                                                      

[Boston, MA]:  Nova, c1994:  Released by WGBH Educational Foundation, c1995.

 

                                       Holocaust, Jewish (1933-1945) – Hungary

                      

                                                                                                                                                                                                             

D809 .S8 W32 1995

Letters and dispatches, 1924 – 1944/Raoul Wallenberg; translated by Kjersti Board. 

1st ed. New York: Arcade Pub., 1995.

                                    

D809 .W3 R36 1985

Raoul Wallenberg, between the lines [videorecording]/Simon Wiesenthal Center.  

Santa Monica, CA. : Rhino Home Video, 1990, c1985

 

DS135 .H93 F574

Time of Storm: the harrowing true story of a Jewish Christian woman in wartime Hungary/Marianne Fischer with Gayle Roper. 

1st ed.  Chappaqua, N.Y.:  Christian Herald Books, c1981.

                                                                    

                                              Catholic Church – Foreign relations

 

BX1378 .S319 2002

Pius XII and the Holocaust: understanding the controversy/Jose

M.Sanchez.                                                                                

Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, c2002

 

D810 .J4 M588

Vatican diplomacy and the Jews during the Holocaust, 1939 – 1943/

John F. Morley. 

New York: Ktav Pub. House, 1980

 

                  Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Historiography

                                                                                                                        

D810 .J4 D66 1997

The doomed voyage of the St. Louis [videorecording]/MPH Entertainment; A & E Television Networks; written by Christopher Meindl & Melissa Jo Peltier; directed by Jim Milio. 

New York, N.Y.: A & E Home Video; New York, N.Y.: Distributed in the U.S. by New Video Group, 1997

 

D810 .J4 H65

A Holocaust reader/edited with introductions and notes by Lucy S Sawidowicz. 

New York: Behrman House, c1976.

 

D804.348 .C54 1999

Reading the Holocaust/Inga Clendinnen.

Cambridge [England]; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999.

 

D804.348 .B39 2001

Rethinking the Holocaust/Yehuda Bauer.

 New Haven [Conn.}: Yale University Press, c2001.

 

                     

                           

                              Holocaust, Jewish, (1933-1945) – Netherlands - Amsterdam

 

The diary of a young girl/translated from the Dutch by B. B. Mooyaart-Doubleday, with an introd. by Eleanor Roosevelt. 

1st ed. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1952.

 

 DS135 .N6 V4613 2001

Verhaal van edith.  English.  Edith’s story/Edith Velmans.

Bantam trade pbk. Ed. New York:  Bantam Books, 2001, c1998.

 

 

 

                                           

                          Holocaust Jewish, (1933-1945) -- Influence

                           

DS143 .W645 2002

Holocaust girls:  history, memory & other obsessions/S. L. Wisenberg. 

Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, c2002.

                    

DS135 .G332 G35 2002

Safe among the Germans:  liberated Jews after World War II/Ruth Gay. 

New Haven:  Yale University Press, c2002.

 

                                 Jewish women – United States – Biography

 

E184.36 .W64 A46 2002

Three Generations of Jewish women:  Holocaust survivors, their daughters, and granddaughters/Lea Ausch Alteras. 

Lanham, MD.:  University Press of America, c2002.

 

                             

                            Holocaust, Jewish (1933-1945) –personal narratives – Lithuania

 

DS135 .L53 S55 2002

The three tragic heroes of the Vilnius Ghetto:  Witenberg,Sheinbaum, Gens/N.N. Shneidman. 

Oakville:  Mosaic Press, 2002

 

DS135 .L53 L695 2000

Wartime experiences in Lithuania/Rivka Lozansky-Bogomolnaya; edited by Susan Logan; translated By Miriam Beckerman. 

London; Portland, OR.:  Vallentine Mitchell, 2000.

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                          Holocaust (Jewish theology) – Congresses.

 

BM645 .H6 l57 1974

Auschwitz, beginning of a new era?:  Reflections on the holocaust :  papers given at the International Symposium on the Holocaust, held at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, New York City, June 3 to 6, 1974 / edited by Eva Fleischner.

[New York]:  Ktav Pub. Co., c1977.

 

                              Holocaust survivors – Government policy

 

HV640.5 .J4 K63 2001

Post-Holocaust politics:  Britain, the United States & Jewish refugees, 1945-1948 / Arieh J. Kochavi.

Chapel Hill:  University of North Carolina Press, c2001.

 

                                           

           

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