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Primary sources for the study of the Holocaust.
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Library Books

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The World Must Know - United States Holocaust Memorial Museum; Michael Berenbaum
Call Number: 940.53 Ber
ISBN: 9780801883583
Publication Date: 2005-12-09

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Holocaust Testimonies - Lawrence L. Langer
Call Number: 940.5315 Lan
ISBN: 0300052472
Publication Date: 1993-01-27

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I Have Lived a Thousand Years - Livia Bitton-Jackson
Call Number: 940.5315 Bit
ISBN: 0689823959
Publication Date: 1999-03-01

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Children in the Holocaust and World War II - Laurel Holliday
Call Number: 940.5318 Hol
ISBN: 0671520555
Publication Date: 1996-06-01

How to Use Primary Sources

Using Primary Sources
by Siobhan MacManus - Last Updated May 20, 2014
This guide will help you effectively use primary source materials.
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Ellie Wiesel: "The world is not learning anything."

Author and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel shares his concerns that the world has not learned for the mistakes of the Holocaust. 

Websites for Holocaust Primary Sources

WWII Resources

World War II
by Siobhan MacManus - Last Updated May 21, 2014
Links to primary sources related to World War II. Photographs, interviews, videos, documents and much more.
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U.S. History
by Siobhan MacManus - Last Updated May 21, 2014
Links to databases and primary sources such as historic newspapers, photographs, letters, and posters to evaluate attitudes and decision-making during this time period.
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