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Art, Music & Photography

Biographies

CD-Roms

Christianity and The Holocaust

College Curriculum

Concentration Camps

General Fiction

General History

Genocide

Hate Crimes

High School Study Guides

Israel

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Judaism

Juvenile

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Literature

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Nazism and Hitlerism

Personal Narratives

Posters

Rescuers

Theology

War - Hate Crimes

American Reaction

  • America’s Fair Share. Genizi, Haim. (The admission and resettlement of displaced persons, l945-l952)
  • American Public Awareness Of And Attitudes Toward The Holocaust - Part I: A Case For Further Education. Skelly, Yankelovich & WHite/Clancy Shulman (Prepared by)
  • American Swastika. Higham, Charles
  • Beyond Belief. Lipstadt, Deborah E. (The American and the Coming of the Holocaust l933-l945).
  • Grief and Bereavement in Contemporary Society. Chigier, Emanuel
  • Nazi Book Burning and the American Response. Stern, Professor Guy
  • Paper Walls. Wyman, David S. (America and the Refugee Crisis l938-l94l)
  • The Abandonment of the Jews. Wyman, David S.
  • The Changing Shape of Holocaust Memory. Young, James E.
  • The Psychological Perspectives of the Holocaust and of Its Aftermath. Braham, Randolph L. Editor
  • Under Cover. Carlson, John Roy
  • What do Americans Know About the Holocaust. Golub, Jennifer, and Renae Cohen
  • While Six Million Died. Mores, Arthur D. (A chronicle of American apathy-)


Art, Music & Photography

  • A Day in the Warsaw Ghetto - A Birthday Trip in Hell. Kaplan, Chaim A. (The Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heoes’ Remembrance Authority
    Spring l988. The Warsaw Diary of Chaim A. Kaplan)
  • A Gathering of Eagles - A Play Garo, Charles
  • Anne Frank & Me: A Play for Multigenerational Audiences. Bennett, Cherie
  • Artists Confronting The Inconceivable Award Winning Glass Sculptur. Borowsky, Irvin J. (Editor)
  • Blood To Remember: American Poets on the Holocaust. Fishman, Edited by Charles
  • Degenerate Art: The Fate of the Avant-Garde in Nazi Germany. Barron Shirim, Stephanie
  • Exchwege Die Synagoge in der deutschen Geschichte. VEB Verlag der Kunst
  • Holocaust Poetry. Schiff, Hilda (Compiled and Introduced by)
  • In Fitting Memory - The Art and Politics of Holocaust Memorials. Milton, Sybil Phoographs by Ira Nowinski
  • Jacob’s Angels. Wind, Barbara
  • Janusz Korczak and The Children - A Play. Gilfix, David
  • Kadar: The Haunted Imagination. Kadar, Gyorgy New Holocaust Images
  • Keeping Posted. Volume XXIII Number 4 January 1978 – Art of the Holocaust
  • Lambs at Play --for Time (A Play). Opfermann, Charlotte Guthmann
  • Light From The Yellow Star: A Lesson of Love from the Holocaust. Fisch, Robert O.
  • Light In the Shadows. Milman, Barbara
  • Maus. Spiegelman, Art Volumes I
  • Maus. Spiegelman, Art Volumes II
  • Memoirs From The Holocaust: An Opera in One Act. Braz, Michael
  • Music In Terezin l94l-l945. Karas, Joza
  • Poetica. Reflections of Jewish Thought
  • Polish Jews: A Pictorial Record. Vishniac, Roman
  • Screening The Holocaust ;Cinema’s Images of the Unimaginable. Avisar, Ilan
  • Songs of My Jewishness. Nissman, Dr. Alber
  • Synagogues of Europe. Krinsky, Carol Hereselle
  • The Artists of Terezin. Green, Gerald Illustrations by the Inmates of Terezin
  • The Deputy. Hochhuth, Rolf A play
  • The Eyes of a Witness. Olere, David A Painter in the Sonderkommando at Auschwitz
  • The Holocaust In American Film. Doneson, Judith E.
  • The Inextinguishable Symphony. Goldsmith, Martin A true story of Music and love in Nazi Germany
  • The Last Jews of Easten Europe. Blue, Brian & Yale Storm
  • The Lost Architecture of Kiev. Hewr, Titus D.
  • The Story of Karl Stojka: A Childhood in Birkenau. Exhibition at The Embassy of Austria April 30 to May 29, l992
  • We Are Childen Just The Same. Wedem, The Secret Magazine by the Boys of Terezin Krizkove, Marie Rut, Kurt Jiri Kotouc & Zdenek Ornest
  • While America Watches: Televising the Holocaust. Shandler, Jeffrey
  • Yes, We Sang!: Songs of the Ghettos and Concentration Camps. Kalisch, Shoshana with Barbara Meister
  • The Sur-Rational Holocaust Paintings. Fritz Hirschberger
  • How To Spot One Of Us, Janet R. Kirchheimer


Biographies

  • The Darkest Years. Caitung, Severin and Marge
  • Forgotten Fatherland. Macintyre, Ben (The Search for Elisabeth Nietzsche)
  • Hostage of the Third Reich. Fey Von Hassell (The story of my Imprisonment and Rescue from the SS)
  • I Shall Live – Surviving Against All Odds 1939-1945. Orenstein,Henry
  • In My Brother's Image. Pogany, Eugene (Two brothers separated by faith after the Holocaust)
  • In The Lions’s Den. Tec,Nechama (The life of Oswald Rufeisen)
  • Inside the Third Reich. Speer, Albert Memoirs
  • Jewish Martyrs of Pawiak. Julien Hirshaut
  • Looking Back, Mania Salinger - A Holocaust survivor
  • Lucky Victim. Schmitt, Hans A. (An ordinary life in extraordinary times 1933-l946)
  • Night and Fog. Brun Lie, Arne with Robby RobinsonArne (A native of Norway, Arne Brun Lie was arrested by the Gestapo for Resistance activity and imprisoned in a series of camps at l6 years old).
  • Outcast. Deutschkron, Inge (A Jewish Girl in Wartime Berlin).
  • Story of My Life, The. Yashek, Richard J. (How a 12 year old German/Jewish boy survived the German Concentration Camps)
  • The King of Children. Lifton, Bety Jean ( The Life & Death of Janusz Korczak)
  • The Last Escape. Kluger,Ruth & Penny Mann (The true story of one young woman who defied incredible odds to rescue thousands of her perope from the Nazi Holocaust).
  • Unto Every Person There Is A Name. Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes (Their Last Voice - Letters and Testaments from Jews in the Holocaust)
  • Margit - A Teenager's Journey through the Holocaust and Beyond - Margit Feldman & Bernard Weinstein


CD-Roms

  • Survivors: Testimonies of the Holocaust. Hosted by Leonardo DiCaprio and Winona Ryder (In 1938, Bert, Paula, Sol and Silvia lived at home with their families. By 1944, they were prisoners of the Nazi regime. Today, they tell their stories…)
  • Lest We Forget A History of The Holocaust


Christianity and The Holocaust

  • Vol. I - The Christian Response: Before, During and After
  • Vol. II - Voices: Institutional and Individual Resonses to The Holocaust
  • Vol. III - The Holocaust: Progress and Prognosis
  • Vol. IV - The 50th Anniversary of The Nuremberg War Crimes Trials: Their Effectiveness and Legacy
  • Vol. V - Christianity and Judaism: History, The Holocaust and Reconciliation In The Third Millenium


College Curriculum

  • 20th Century Europe. Browder, G.
  • A History of The Holocaust. Riley, Karen L.
  • Artifact Poster Set Teacher Guide. U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Auschwitz -- Hell Made Immanent A Study Guide for the Film "Choosing One’s Way: Lefkovitz, Elliot (Resistance in Auschwitz-Birkenau)
  • Beyond the Evil Empire: Freedom to Remember or Freedom to Forget? Steinlauf, Dr. Michael C.
  • Books on The Holocaust for Young Readers. An Annotated Bibliography.
  • Center for Holocaust Studies. (Audio Visual materials Books and Resource Material at Center for Holocaust Studies)
  • Concentration Camp - Dachau 1933 - 1945.
  • Evil and Aggression: A Seminary in Pastoral Theology. Poling, James
  • Films on The Holocaust for Young Viewers. An Annotated Videography
  • Historical & Psychological Analyses of the Holocaust. Solkoff, N. (Course Syllabus)
  • Historical and Psychological Analyses of the Holocaust. Freshman Seminar - Outline
  • Historical and Psychological Perspectives of the Holocaust. Friedman, Dr. Fay T.
  • Holocaust and Genocide: Politics and Religion in the 20th Century Course Syllabus. Littell, Franklin H. and Ida E. King
  • Holocaust and Holocaust related Books by Sociologists Teaching The Holocaust.
  • Honors Seminar: Sanctioned Evil Syllabus. Browder, G.
  • How They Teach the Holocaust. Dawidowicz, Lucy S.
  • Merging History and Literature in Teaching about Genocide. Drew, Margaret A. Article in Teaching about Genocide
  • Moral Education Forum. Hunter College City University of New York
  • New and Noteworthy Holocaust Teaching Aids Books.
  • Out of the Whirlwind. Spiro, Rabbi Jack D. (Discussion Guide)
  • Poles: Victims of the Nazi Era. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Programming for College-Age Youth Commemorating the Holocaust. (Volume I, No. l)
  • Shoah: A Review of Holocaust Studies and Commemorations Journal.
  • Teachers’ Study Guide: Writings of the Nazi Holocaust. Pawel, Ernst, and Joseph Mersand, PH.D.
  • The Holocaust. Back, Toby Ticktin
  • The Holocaust. Karp, Abraham J.
  • The Holocaust - An Annotated Bibliography and Resource Guide. Szonyi, David M.
  • The Holocaust - Course Outline. Goldwasser, Dr. Saul
  • The Holocaust in University Teaching. Shimoni, Gideon
  • The Holocaust: A Journey Into the Human Capacity for Good, Evil and Indifference Course Syllabus Waldow, Dr. Sharon
  • The Holocaust: Honors Seminar. Normal Solkoff. Course Outline
  • The Jewish Catastrophe in Europe. Guide to teachers and group leaders
  • The Jews of Poland Facing History and Ourselves
  • The Psychology of the Holocaust. Saltzman, Prof. Ann
  • The Role of Women in the Holocaus. Littell, Dr. Marcia S.
  • Toward a Methodology of Teaching about the Holocaust Friedlander, Henry


Concentration Camps

  • Antisemitism: Its History and Causes. Lazare, Bernard
  • Antisemitism: The Longest Hatred. Wistrich, Robert S.
  • Auschwitz - Nazi Extermination Camp. Interpress Publishers
  • Auschwitz and After. Delbo, Charlotte
  • Auschwitz l940-l945. Council for the Preservation of Monuments to Resistance and Martyrdom (Guidebook through the Museum)
  • Auschwitz: Beginning of a New Era? Reflections on the Holocaust. Fleishner, Ed. Eva
  • Concentration Camp. Heimler, Eugene (The truly unforgettable story of a young man’s journey into the Nazi hell-by a survivor of Auschwitz and Buchenwald).
  • Concentration Camp Dachau l933-l945. Distel, Barbara, Ruth Jakusch (Edited)
  • Dachau and Its Liberation. Sparks, Felix L. Secretary (l57th Infantry Association)
  • Dachau: Witness to the Holocaust Series #2
  • Escape From Sobibor Rashke, Richard (The heroic story of the Jews who escaped from a Nazi Death Camp)
  • From Holocaust To Redemption: Bearing Witness. (A documentary volume depicting the proceedings and events of the World Gathering of Jewish Holocaust Survivors - Israel, June l98l).
  • Ghetto Museum Terezin.
  • GI’s Remember. Liberating the Concentration Camps
  • In The Shadow of Death. Horwitz, Gordon (Living Outside the Gates of Mauthausen).
  • Inhuman Research, Pasternak, Alfred Dr., Medical Experiments in German Concentration Camps
  • Inside the Vicious Heart. Abzug, Robert H. (Americans and the Liberation of Nazi Concentration Camps).
  • KL Auschwitz Seen by the SS
  • Less Than Slaves. Ferencz, Benjamin B. (A sequel to Hitler’s Holocaust, the story of Jewish forced labor).
  • Lodz Ghetto. Adelson, Alan & Robert Lapides (Edited) Inside a community under siege
  • Nazi Mass Murder. Kogon, Eugen, Hermann Lanagbein & Adalbert Ruckerl (editor) (A Documentary History of the Use of Poison Gas).
  • Resistance Against the Third Reich - l993-l990. Geyer, Michael and John W. Boyer (editor)
  • Tgheresienstadt - Hitler’s Gift to the Jews. Troller, Norbert
  • The Death Camp Treblinka. Donat, (Edited) Alexander
  • The Liberaion of the Nazi Concentration Camps l945. Chamberlin, Brewster & Marcia Feldman (Editor) (Eyewitness Accounts of the Liberators).
  • The Relief of Belsen. Imperial War Museum (April l945 - Eye Witness Accounts)
  • The Seventy-First Came. (To Gunskirchen Lager).
  • The Spirit of The Ghetto. (Hutchins Hapgood Drawings from life by Jacob Epstein).Studies of the Jewish Quarter of New York
  • The Survivor. DesPres, Terrence (An Anatomy of Life in the Death Camps).
  • The Truth About the Saving of the Loedz Ghetto Archive. Zonabend, Nachman
  • Tredblinka. Steiner, Jean Francois
  • What was It Like in the Concentration Camp at Dachau? Neuhausler, Auxiliary Bishop of Munich, Dr. Johannes (An attempt to come closer to the truth).
  • Z Koncentracniho Tabora Terezin. Kresby, Detske


General Fiction

  • A Beggar in Jerusalem, Wiesel, Elie
  • Babi Yar. Kuznetsov, Anatoly
  • Badenheim 1939, Appelfeld, Aharon
  • Erika. Heyen, William
  • Fatherland. Harris, Robert
  • German Requiem. Hirschfield, Tedd (Poems of the War and the Atonement of a Third Reich Child).
  • Gestapo Crows. Brodsky, Louis Daniel (Holocaust Poems).
  • Holocaust. Green, Gerald (A novel of survival and triumph. A story of two families. Of terror and murder. Of love and triumph).
  • Moments of Reprieve, Levi Primo
  • Out of History’s Junk Jaw. Chalmer, Judith (Poems of a mixed inheritance).
  • Pictures at an Exhibition, Thomas, D.M.
  • Poems of the Holocaust
  • Schindler's List. Thomas Keneally (Based on the true story of how German war profiteer and prison camp Direktor Oskar Schindler came to save more Jews from the gas chambers than any other single person during World War II).
  • Telling the Tale: A Tribute to Elie Wiesel on the occasion of his 65th Birthday. Cargas, Harry James (Edited) (Essays, Reflections, and Poems).
  • The Forgotten. Elie Wiesel
  • The Cup of Wrath. Glazener, Mary (A novel based on Dietrich bonhoeffer’s Resistance to Hitler).
  • The Fifth Son, Wiesel, Elie
  • The Iron Tracks, Appelfeld, Aharon
  • The Journey, Fink, Ida
  • The Last of The Just. Andre Schwarz-Bart
  • The Magic We Do Here. Rudner, Lawrence
  • The Monkey's Wrench, Levi Primo
  • The Odessa File. Forsythe, Frederick
  • The Painted Bird, Kosinski, Jerzy
  • The Price of Ashes. Barnard, Richard & Sam Hertogs
  • The Shawl, Ozick, Cynthia
  • The Thorough Earth. Brodsky, Louis Daniel Poems
  • Twilight, Wiesel, Elie
  • The Wall. Hersey, John
  • The Wave. Strasser, Todd
  • To Vanquish The Dragon. Benisch, Pearl (Armed with faith and loving kindness, the daughters of Beth Jacob battle the Nazi scourge).
  • Underground To Palestine. I.F. Stone (Reflections Thirty Years Later).
  • Victims of Mental, Political, and Spiritual Adultery. Bernstein, Al David (A Psychology of Religion and A Philosophy of Politics in a Dramatic Novel Based on Fact).
  • Winter. Deighton, Len (A novel of a Berlin Family).
  • Dear Anne Frank - Marjorie Agosin
  • The Secret Hunters, Ranulph Fiennes


General History

  • 1848: the Revolutionary Tide in Europe Stearns, Peter N. (Revolutions in the Modern World)
  • 50 years after the Eve of Distruction US Memorial Council
  • 50 Years ago: Darkness Before Dawn US Memorial Council
  • 50 years ago: In the Depths of Darkness US Memorial Council
  • 50 years ago: Revolt and the Darkness US Memorial Council
  • 50 years ago: From Terror to Systematic Murder US Memorial Council
  • A Family Torn Apart - Political persecfution in the Third Reich
  • A History of the Holocaust Bauer, Yehuda
  • A Beggar in Jerusalem, Wiesel, Elie
  • A History of the Holocaust - From Ideology to Annihilation Botwinick, Rita Steinhardt
  • A Holocaust Odessey Kalina, Joseph S. with Stanley R. Alten
  • A Legacy Recorded Rosenfeld, Harvey and Eli Zborowski (Eds)
  • A State of Terror: Germany l933-l939. Shulman, Dr. William L. Director Holocaust Resource Center Queensborugh Community College
  • After The Holocaust Rebuilding Jewish Lives in Postwar Germany. Brenner, Michael
  • American Swastika Higham, Charles (The shocking story of Nazi collaborators in our midst from l933 to present day).
  • Anti-Semitism and Jewish Uniquines: Ancient and Contemporary. Hertzberg, Arthur
  • Atlas of the Holocaust. Gilbert, Martin
  • Austria Documentation: Resistance and Persecution in Austria 1938-1945. Federal Press Service (Publisher)
  • Bismarck and the German Empire. Eyck, Erich
  • Brothers For Resistance and Rescue - The Underground Zionist Youth Movement in Hungary during World War II, Gur, David
  • Center for Holocaust Studies (Vol 3 No 5 Fall Issue, Kristalnacht)
  • Chancellor Helmut Kohl on the German-Jewish Question in Connection with the Role of the Leo Baeck Institute
  • Decoding the Past: The Psychohistorical Approach. Loewenberg, Peter (A provocative defense of the contributors psychoanalysis has made to the study of history and culture.
  • Dictionary of the Holocaust - Giography, Geography, and Terminology. Epstein, Eric Joseph, and Philip Rosen
  • Die Frankfurter Juden. Mayer, Eugen
  • Emory Studies on the Holocaust. Blumenthal, David R.
  • Europe l8l5-l9l4. Craig, Gordon A.
  • Europe Since Hitler - The Rebirth of Europe, Laqueur, Walter
  • Eyes of the War. (Authentic Battle Photos from Dec. 7, l94l to V-E day, May 3, l945).
  • Facing a Holocaust: The Polish Government in exile and the Jews 1943-1945. Engel, David
  • Fifty Years Ago: Revolt Amid the Darkness Days of Remembrance l993-Lesson Plans. U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • From Horror To Hope - Germany, the Jews and Israel. The German Information Center New York
  • From Prejudice to Destruction: Western Civilization in the Shadow of Auschwitz. Colijn, C. Jan; Marcia Sachs Littell (Eds).
  • Gegenwart im Ruckblick. Strauss, A. Herbert
  • Genocide: Critical Issues of the Holocaust. Grobman, Alex and Daniel Landers (eds.)
  • Great War and Modern Memory, Fussell, Paul
  • Hitler and Nazism. Snyder, Louis L.
  • Hitler’s War Against the Jews. Altschulter, David A.
  • Hitler’s Willing Executioners Ordinary Germans and The Holocaust. Goldhagen, Daniel Jonah
  • Holocaust. Dlin, Elly
  • Holocaust and Church Struggle Religion, Power and the Politics of Resistance. Locke, Hubert G. and Marcia Sachs Littell (Eds) (Studies in the Shoah Volume XVI).
  • Holocaust Education - A resource book for teachers and professional leaders. Littell, Marcia Sachs (Eds) (Volume I).
  • Holocaust Journey Traveling in Search of the Past. Gilbert, Martin
  • Holocaust, Israel Pocket Library
  • The Holocaust from Aba Eban's book "My People"
  • The Holoccaust- The Fate of European Jewry, Yahil, Leni
  • How Dark the Heavens: 1400 Days in the Grip of Nazi Terror. Iwens, Sidney
  • How Democracy Failed. Switzer, Ellen (Analyses of interviews with various German people).
  • Imperial War Museum Review. ( Vol. No. 5).
  • In Pursuit of Justice. U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum (Examining the Evidence of the Holocaust).
  • Incredible Victory, Lord, Walter
  • Industrialization in Nineteenth Century Europe. Kemp, Tom
  • Inside the Fourth Reich: The Real Story of the Boys From Brazil. Erdstein, Erich, and Barbara Beau
  • Jagendorf's Foundry. Jagendorf, Siegfried ( A memoir of the Romanian Holocaust, 194l-1944).
  • Jewish Catastrophe in Europe, The. Pilch, Judah
  • Jewish History Atlas. Gilbert, Martin
  • Jewish Immigrants of the Nazi Period in the USA. Strauss, Herbert A.
  • Jews in the Minds of Germans in the Postwar Period. Stern, Frank
  • Jubilee Volume. Strauss, Herbert A. and Hanns G. Reissner
  • Judendorfer im Wurttemberg. Jeggle, Utz
  • Judische Privatbanken: Im Frankfurt am main. Kirchhotles, Von Hans – Dieter
  • Kristallnacht - The Nazi Night of Terror. Read, Anthony and David Fisher
  • Lest We Forget… The Murder of the Six Million Jews of Europe. Smolar, Leivy
  • Life, Death and Sacrifice - Women and Family in the Holocaust
  • Many Faces of Anti-Semitism, The. Glazer, Nathan
  • Modern Battle, Thompson, Lt. Col. Paul W.
  • Morality After Auschwitz: The radical challenge of Nazi Ethnic. Haas, Peter J.
  • Nationalism, Industralization, and Democracy 1815-1914. Barnes, Thomas G. and Gerald D. Feldman ( A Documentary History of Modern Europe Volume III).
  • Nazi and Gold. Bower, Tom (The full story of the fifty year Swiss-Nazi conspiracy to steal billions from Europe's Jews and Holocaust Survivors).
  • Never To Forget. Meltzer, Milton (The Jews of the Holocaust)
  • Ordinary Men. Browning, Christopher R.
  • The Originis of The Second World War, Taylor, A. J. P.
  • Piety and Perseverance: Jews From Carpathian Mountains. Dicker, Herman
  • Polish-Jewish Relations during the Second World War. Ringelblum, Emmanuel
  • Rebirth of America, The. Arthur S. DeMoss (Foundation, The)
  • Remembering the Voices that were Silenced . US Memorial Council
  • Remembrance and Recollection. Locke, Hubert G. and Marcia Sachs Littell (Eds) (Essays on the Centennial Year of Martin Niemoller and Reinhold Niebuhr and the Fiftieth Year of the Wannsee Conference Studies in the Shoah Volume XII).
  • Roots of German Nationalism. Snyder, Louis L. ( The sources of political and cultural identity l8l5-l976).
  • Sieg Heil. Lorant, Stefan (An illustrated history of Germany from Bismarck to Hitler)
  • Six and Society in Nazi Germans. Bleuel, Hans Peter
  • Some of My Best Friends. Epstein,Benjamin & Arnold Forster (Documented story of a socking evil in American life, furtively practiced and pervasive).
  • Sophie Scholl and The White Rose by Annette Dumbach & Jud Newborn
  • Suggested Background Materials on the Teaching of Martyrdom and Heroism: The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising – after 30 years. Jewish National Fund
  • Tell Ye Your Children…: (A book about the Holocaust in Europe 1933-1945).
  • The Anatomy of Nazism. Raab, Earl
  • The Aryan Myth. Poliakov, Leon (A history of racist and nationalistic ideas in Europe).
  • The Black Book. (The Nazi crime against the Jewish people).
  • The Bloody Encounter. Kahana, David
  • The Coming of Austrian Fascism. Kitchen, Martin
  • The Crucifixion of the Jews: The Failure of Christians to Understand the Jewish Experience. Littell, Franklin H.
  • The Destruction of the European Jews. Hilberg, Raul
  • The Destruction of the European Jews. Hilberg, Raul Volume I
  • The Destruction of the European Jews. Hilberg, Raul Volume 2
  • The Destruction of the European Jews. Hilberg, Raul Volume 3
  • The Encyclopedia of the Holocaust. Gutman, Israel (Editor) Volume I
  • The Encyclopedia of the Holocaust. Gutman, Israel (Editor) Volume 2
  • The Encyclopedia of the Holocaust. Gutman, Israel (Editor) Volume 3
  • The Encyclopedia of the Holocaust. Gutman, Israel (Editor) Volume 4
  • The Final Solution. Reitlinger, Gerald (The Attempt to Exterminate the Jews of Europe l939-l945).
  • The German Army l933-l945. Cooper, Matthew (Its political and military failure).
  • The Good War. Terkel, Studs ( An oral history of World War II)
  • The Jewish Press in the Third Reich. Freedman, Herbert
  • The Holocaust. Gilbert, Martin (Maps and Photographs)
  • The Holocaust. Gilbert, Martin (A History of the Jews of Europe during the Second World War).
  • The Holocaust. Levin, Nora (The destruction of European Jewry l933-l945).
  • The Holocaust - Forty Years After. Littell, Marcia Sachs, Richard Libowitz, Evelyn Bodek Rosen (Eds)
  • The Holocaust - Lessons for the Third Generation - Iorio, Dominick A , Richard L. Libowitz and Marcia S. Littell (Edited) (Studies in the Shoah - Vol. XVIII).
  • The Holocaust Chronicle (2 copies). (A history in words and pictures).
  • The Holocaust in History. Marrus, Michael R.
  • The Holocaust Years: Society on Trial. Edited by Roselle Chartock & Jack Spencer
  • The Holocaust: In Answer… Littell, Frankin H., Irene G. Shur, and Claude R. Foster Jr. (Is the story true? Why did the world community not respond? What are the lessons?).
  • The Holocaust: Remembering for the Future . Littell, Franklin H. C. Jan Colijn, Marcia Sachs Littell, Irene G. Shur Editors
  • The Holocaust. Rossel, Seymour
  • The Illustrated History of the Third Reich. Bradley, John
  • The Italians and the Holocaust. Zuccotti, Susan
  • The Jewish Catastrophe in Europe. Pilch, Judah, editor
  • The Last Jews In Berlin. Gross, Leonard
  • The Nazi Olympics. Bachrach, Susan (Berlin l936).
  • The Origins of a Tragedy. Williamson, Jr. Samuel R.
  • The Poisoned Tongue. Feldstein,Stanley (A Documentary-History of American Racism and Prejudice).
  • The Record: The Holocaust In History 1933-1945. ( Published by the Anti-Deflamation League of B’nai B’rith in Cooperation with the National Council for the Social Studies).
  • The Rise and Fall of The Third Reich Shirer, William (A History of Nazi Germany).
  • The Situation of the Jews in Today’s Germany. Brumlik, Micha
  • The Six Days of Destruction: Meditations Toward Hope. Wiesel, Elie amnd Albert H. Friedlander
  • The Third Reich - A Pictorial History. Neumann, Robert (A shattering photographic record of Nazi tyranny and terror)
  • The War Against The Jews l933-l945. Dawidowicz, Lucy S.
  • The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Congress for Jewish Culture
  • The Wasp Mystique. Robertiello, Richard C., M.D. & Diana Hoguet
  • The Way to Win Wars, Hart, Liddell
  • The World in The Crucible l9l4-l9l9 The Rise of Modern Europe. Schmitt, Bernadotte E. and Harold C. Vedeler
  • The World Must Know. Berenbaum, Michael (The History of the Holocaust As Told in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum).
  • Thirty Days. Turner, Jr, Henry Ashby( Hitler’s thirty days to power).
  • Voices of Power. Bienen, Henry Editor (World Leaders Speak).
  • Voyage of the Damned. Thomas, Gordon and Max Morgan Witts
  • What do Australians Know About the Holocaust. Golub, Jennifer, and Renae Cohen
  • What was it like in the Concentration Camp at Dachau? Neuhausler Dr. Johannes
  • Who Shall Live - The Wilhelm Bachner Story Oliner, Samuel and Kathleen Lee
  • Witness to the Holocaust. Eisenberg, Azriel (One hundred eyewitness accounts of a brutal period in history).
  • Into the Arms of Strangers. Harris, Mark Jonathan (Stories of the Kindertransport).
  • Documents on The History of The Greek Jews. Minisry of Foreign Affairs of Greece (Records from the Historical Archives of The Ministry of Foreign Affairs).
  • Life Reborn. US Holocaust Memorial Museum (Jewish Displaced Persons l945-l95l).
  • Roma and Sint.i US Holocaust Memorial Museum (Under-Studied Victims of Nazism).
  • The Einsatzgruppen Reports. Edited by Yitzhak Arad (Selections from the Dispatches of the Nazi Death Squads' Campaign Against the Jews in Occupied Territories of the Soviet Uniont July l94l - January l943).
  • Germans Against Hitler. Hans Adolf Jacobsen (July 20, l944).
  • Why The Heavens Not Darken. Arno J. Mayer (The "Final Solution" in History).
  • Deaf People in Hitler's Europe. Donna F. Ryan & John S. Schuchman, Editors
  • Third World Views of the Holocaust. William F. S. Miles (Summary of the International Symposium).
  • Armed and Dangerous James Coates (The Rise of the Survivalist Right)
  • Extremism in America. Edited by Lyman Tower Sargent
  • Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed. Philip Hallie (The story of the village of Le Chambon and how goodness happened there).


Genocide

  • A Guide to Facing the Truth with Bill Moyers. Facing History and Ourselves National Foundation, Inc.
  • Case Studies: Persecution/Genocide. (The Human Rights Series Volume III).
  • Century of Genocide. Eyewitness Accounts and Critical Views
  • Children of Kempuchea - Their Nightmares and Drams. The International Rescue Committee in Thailand l982
  • Ethnic Conflict - Magazine Refugees. the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
  • Forgotten Holocaust The Poles under German Occupation l939-l944. Uukas, Richard C.
  • Genocide - Issues, Approaches, Resources. Totten, Dr. Sam (Ed.) (Social Science Record - The Journal of the New York State Council for the Social Studies - Vol. 24, Issue 2 - Fall l987).
  • Genocide In Our Time - N. Dobkowski, Michael and Isidor Walliman Pierian Press (An Annotated Bibliography with Analytical Introductions - Resources on Contemporary Issues).
  • Genocide Watch. Fein, Helen (Ed.) Yale University Press
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies. (Volume 13 Number 2, 1999).
  • Indefensible Weapons: The Political and Psychological Case Against nuclearism. Lifton, Robert Jay, and Richard Falk
  • Liberators: Fighting on Two Fronts in World War Two. Potter, Lou with William Miles and Nina Rosenblum
  • Lives at Risk. Fein, Dr. Helen (A Study of Violations of Life-Integrity in 50 States in l987 based on the Amnesty International l988 Report. A working paper of the Institute for the Study of Genocide).
  • Slavery and Slave Resistance in the Antebellum South. Engs, Robert Francis
  • Teaching about Genocide. The official journal of National Council for the Social - (Studies Vol. 55 Number 2, February l99l).
  • The Genocidal Mentality. Lifton, Robert & Eric Markusen (Nazi Holocaust and Nuclear Threat).
  • The History & Sociology of Genocide - Analyses and Case Studies. Chalk, Frank and Kurt Jonassohn Yale University Press
  • The Other Holocaust – Many Circles of Hell - Wytwycky, Bohdan (A brief account of 9-l0 million persons who died with the 6 million Jews under Nazi racism).
  • The Other Victims. Friedman, Ina R. (First-person stories of Non-Jews persecuted by the Nazis).
  • The Roots of Evil - Ervin Staub Cambridge University Press (The Origins of Genocide and other group violence).
  • The Squaw with Blue Eyes Weston, Marybeth (The story of Cynthia Ann Parker).
  • Toward the Understanding and Prevention of Genocide. Charny, Israel W. - Westview Press/Boulder and London (Proceedings of the International Conference on the Holocaust and Genocide).
  • The Bell Keeper. Marilyn Sequin (The story of Sophia and the massacre of the Indians at Gnadenhutten, Ohio, in l782).
  • The North American Genocide. Nemattanew (Chief Roy Crazy Horse) (N J Department of Education joining with the American Indian tribes in presenting curriculum material).

Armenian Genocide

  • Armanian Genocide Resource Guide. Armenian Assembly of America
  • Genocide as a problem of National and International Law: The World War 1 Armenian Case and Its Contemporary Legal Ramifications. Dadrian, Vahakn N. (Reprint from Yale Journal of International law Vol. l4, Number 2).
  • Documentation of the Armenian Genocide in Turkish Sources. Dadrian, Vahakn N.
  • A Textual Analysis of the Key Indictment of the Turkish Military Tribunal Investigating the Armenian Genocide. Dadrian, Vahakn N. (Armenian Review, Spring l99l).
  • The Armenian Genocide in Perspective. Hovannisian, Richard G.
  • The Armenian Genocide: News Accounts from The American Press: 1915-1922 . Kloian, Richard D.
  • The Armenian Genocide, l9l5-l923 – Fact Sheets. The Armenian Assembly
  • Armenian Allegations: Myth and Reality - A Handbook of Facts and Documents. The Assembly of Turkish American Associations
  • TransCaucasus: A Chronology (Volume VIII Feb 1999 No. 2).
  • The Armenians: Shadows of a Forgotten Genocide. Armenian Library and Museum of America
  • The Genocide of The Armenians Crimes Against Humanity and Civilization (Resource Book).
  • There Was and There Was Not - Meline Toumini

Ukrainian Genocide

  • The Man-Made Famine in Ukraine. Conquest, Robert, Dana Dalrymple, Ames Mace, Michael Novak
  • Ukrainians in North America - A Select Bibliography. Immigration History Research Center - University of Minnesota St. Paul
  • Famine in the Soviet Ukraine l932-l933 Procyk, Oksana, Leonid Heretz, James E. Mace Widener Library, Harvard University
  • Famine in Ukraine l932 - l933 Serbyn Roman and Bohdan Krawchenko (Eds.)
  • First Interim Report of Meetings & Hearings of and before the Commission On The Ukraine Famine held in l986. the Commission on the Ukraine Famine
  • The Great Famine in Ukraine: the unknown Holocaust. The Ukrainian Weekly
  • Case Studies: Persecution/Genocide
  • The Human Rights Series - Volume III
  • The University of the State of New York Education Dept.

Japanese American Genocide

  • U. S. - Japan Women’s Journal - English Supplement Num. 2 l992. A Journal for the International Exchange of Gender Studies
  • The Japanese American Wartime Experience l94l - l945 Curriculum Guide Japanese American Citizens League - National Education Committee
  • Years of Infamy - The Untold story of America’s Concentration Camps. Weglyn Michi with an introduction by James A. Michener
  • Death in the Forest: The Story of the Katyn Forest Massacre. Zawodny, JK

Other Genocides

  • Jehova’s Witnesses US Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Sinti and Roma US Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Homosexuals US Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Handicapped US Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Trail of Tears Ehle, John (The Rise & Fall of the Cherokee Nation).
  • The Bell Keeper. Marilyn Seguin (The story of Sophia and the massacre of the Indians at Gnadenhutten, Ohio, in l782).


Hate Crimes

  • Antisemitism, Hugo Valentin
  • Anti-Semitism: A Case Study In Prejudice and Discrimination, J. Milton Yinger
  • Anti-Jewish Agitation in Poland, A Documentary Report by Simon Wiesenthal
  • Bigotry on Campus - A Planned Response. Stern, Kenneth S.
  • Black/Jewish Relations Information Packet Center for Democratic Renewal Loretta Ross - August, l993.
  • Brotherhood of Murder. Martinez, Thomas with John Guinther (The shocking inside story of The Order, one of Americas most violent neo-Nazi groups and how one man helped the FBI bring them down).
  • Cross Currents: In Each Other Likeness. Pogany, Eugene L.
  • Deflating the Professional Bigot, S. Andhil Finebert
  • Demjanjuk. Stern, Kenneth S. (An analysis of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Decision in Demjanjuk v. Petrovsky, et al.
  • Denying the Holocaust - The Growing Assault on Truth and Memory Lipstadt, Deborah
  • Fact Finding: Protection Against Extremism Anti-Defamation League (April l993).
  • Overcoming Anti-Semitism, A Study in Public Relations, Solomon Andhil Fineberg
  • Hate Crime Bodinger-DeUriarte, Cristina with Anthony R. Sancho. (Sourcebook for Schools).
  • Hate Crimes Winters, Paul A. Editor
  • Hate Crimes Deborah Able
  • Hate Crimes Current Controversies Series
  • Hate Groups Able, Deborah
  • Holocaust Denial Stern, Kenneth S.
  • Inside the Fourth Reich Erdstein, Erich with Barbara Bean (The real story of The Boys From Brazil).
  • Issues in National Affairs Kenneth S. Stern (Militias: A Growing Danger An American Jewish Committee Background Report).
  • Militias: A Growing Danger - Vol. 5., No.1 Stern, Kenneth S. (An American Jewish Committee Background Report)
  • Muslim Fundamentalism - Challenge to the West Gordon, Murray
  • Politics & Bigotry Kenneth S. Stern
  • Popular Hate Games Made in Germany RESPONSE (The Wiesenthal Center World Report Vol. l2, No. 2).
  • Race, Science and Humanity Montagu, Ashley
  • Resource Packet Fifth Edition Louisiana Coalition Against Racism and Nazism (The Politics and Background of David Duke).
  • Revisionism Littman, Sol (Presented at Annual meeting of Association of Holocaust Org. Montreal, l99l).
  • Right-Wing Extremism in Western Europe. Gruber, Ruth
  • Science Looks at Anti-Semitism
  • Skinheads - Who They Are and What to Do When They Come to Town. Stern, Kenneth S.
  • Talmudic Forgeries - A Case Study in Anti-Jewish Propagands, Ben Zion Bokser
  • The Challenge of Hate Lerner, A. R. & Herbert Poster (A Photo-Record of Democracy’s Struggle Against Disruption and Disunity).
  • The Dignity Report The Coalition for Human Dignity Research Department (A journal of investigation and analysis dedicated to exposing right-wing attacks on civil and human rights. Vol.1 No.5).
  • The Fourth Reich (article) Besser, James D. (A first-hand report on Neo-nazi violence in Germany).
  • The Invisible Empire Knights of the Ku Klux Klan and Blakely, Georgia Background Report #8 The Center for Democratic Renewal
  • The Journal of Historical Review (Volume 1, No. 1).
  • The Klan Sims, Patsy
  • The Magic Background of Modern Anti-Semitism - an analysis of the German-Jewish relationship, Adolf Leschnitzer
  • The New Lexicon of Hate A Simon Wiesenthal Center Report (The Changing Tactics, Language and Symbols of America’s Extremists).
  • The Swastika "Epidemic and Anti-Semitism in America Cohen, Oscar
  • To bigotry no sanction - Documented analysis of Anti-Senitic propaganda
  • Truth Prevales The Beate Klarsfeld Foundation, Holocaust Survivors and Friends of Pursuit of Justice
  • Young Nazi Killers-The Rising Skinhead Danger An ADL Special Report
  • Why The Jews?, Dennis Prager and Joseph Telushkin


High School Study Guides

  • 36 Questions Asked About The Holocaust Simon Wiesenthal Center
  • A Guide to Choosing a Participate Facing History and Ourselves
  • A Guide to Teaching about Anti-Semitism and The Holocaust Margolis, Peppy Reform Curriculum Resource Center
  • A Living Memorial To The Holocaust Museum of Jewish Heritage
  • A Young Person’s Introduction To The Holocaust Rosen, Dr. Philip
  • About Education Hechinger, Fred M. New York Times 5/l5/79 (Educators Seek To Teach Context Of the Holocaust).
  • And then They Came For Me: Remembering The World of Anne Frank George Street Playhouse
  • Ani Maamin. Zemach, Benjamin
  • Annotated Videography on Holocaust and Related Subjects. Holocaust Resource Center and Archives (Videotape Library Database).
  • Being Fair and Being. ADL (A human relations program for the secondary school).
  • Bridges and Boundaries African Americans and American Jews (A Resource Guide produced by The Jewish Museum, New York).
  • Caring Makes A Difference Responding to Prejudice, Genocide and The Holocaust A K-8 Curriculum Margolis, Peppy
  • Choosing To Participate Facing History and Ourselves Resource Book Stoskopf, Alan L. & Margot Stern Strom
  • Course Syllabus National Institute on the Holocaust
  • Creative Conflict Solving for Kids (Prejudice Reduction) Schmidt, Fran & Alice Friedman Student Workbook Grades 3-4
  • Creative Conflict Solving for Kids (Prejudice Reduction) Student Workbook Schmidt, Fran and Alice Friedman
  • Curricular Resources for Teachers Simon Wiesenthal Center
  • Days of Remembrance l992 Lesson Plans U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Days Of Remembrance: A Department of Deference Guide For Annual Commemorative Observances International Center for
  • Holocaust Studies, ADL, and US Holocaust Memorial Council Second Edition
  • Different and the Same: Teachers guide Family communications
  • Education Week Volume XIX Number 18
  • Educational Resource Guide on the Holocaust. A Selected Bibliography and Audio Visual Catalogue l994-l994 Shulman, Dr. William L.
  • Elements Of Time Facing History and Ourselves Holocaust Testimonies Johnson, Mary & Margot Stern Strom
  • Facing History & Ourselves A Guide to the Film Schindler’s List
  • Getting Ethics Bennett, William J. Getting Ethics l965
  • Glossary of Terms Simon Wiesenthal Center
  • Guidelines for Teaching about the Holocaust U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Volume I
  • Holocaust & Human Behavior Annotated Bibliography Facing History & Ourselves Drew, Margaret Edited
  • Holocaust Handbook for teachers Glanz, Jeffrey
  • Holocaust & Human Behavior Facing History and Ourselves (Resource Book )
  • Holocaust and Genocide (The Betrayal of Mankind Introduction).
  • Holocaust and Human Behavior Facing History and Ourselves Strom, Margot Stern & William S. Parsons
  • Holocaust and Human Behavior: Resource book Facing History and Ourselves
  • Holocaust Education Littell, Marcia Sachs Edited A Resource Book for Teachers and Professional Leaders
  • Holocaust Related Periodicals Simon Wiesenthal Center
  • Holocaust: A Case Study Of Genocide Post, Albert
  • Individual Differences: An Experience in Human Relations for Children (An Educator’s Handbook For A Course Of Studies About People (Prejudice Reduction).
  • Italians and The Holocaust - "Universality of Italian Heritage" Curriculum Lesson Plans
  • Jehovah’s Witnesses: Stand Firm: Against Nazi Assault Study Guide for the Documentary Video
  • Justice at Nuremberg Facing History And Ourselves
  • Keeping Posted Volume XXVIII Number 5
  • Keeping Posted Volume XXXI Number 2
  • Keeping Posted Volume XXI Number 5
  • Keeping Posted Volume XXV Number2
  • Keeping Posted Volume XIX Number 3
  • Keeping Posted Volume XXX Number 5
  • Keeping Posted Volume XXIII Number 2
  • Liberation - Holocaust Literature Yad Vashem
  • Life Unworthy of Life A Holocaust Curriculum An l8-Lesson Instructional Unit Bolkosky, Dr. Sidney M., Betty Rotberg Ellias and Dr. David Harris
  • March of the Living Study Guide April 26 - May l0, l992
  • Model Curriculum for Human Rights and Genocide the California State Board of Education
  • Nazis’ Forgotten Victims: Gays Plant, Richard The New York Times ll/7/l989
  • Neo-Nazi Skinheads & Youth Information Packet Center for Democratic Renewal
  • New York Teacher Magazine The Holocaust (The Jewish Ordeal in Nazi Occupied Europe l933-l945). A Resource Unit for High School Students.
  • No Way Out - Shear, Susan Prinz Letters and Lessons of The Holocaust
  • Nuremberg Pegas, Arthur P. A simulation of the International Military Tribunal of l945-l946
  • On Teaching the Lessons of the Holocaust White-Stevens, Lillian NJEA Review
  • On The Holocaust: Bibliographies Volume l National Institute on the Holocaust
  • Paper. Ira Zornberg
  • Participating in Democracy: Choosing to Make a Difference Facing History and Ourselves National Foundation, Inc.
  • Prejudice Project Anti Defamation League of B’nai B’rith
  • Remembering the Voices That Were Silenced Symposium on the Teaching of the Holocaust Ramsey High School l992 (Social Education - A Journal Special Section: Reducing Prejudice Vol. 52 Number 4
  • South Carolina Voices: Lessons from the Holocaust Scher, Linda
  • Teacher Guide for Artifact Posters U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Teachers’ Guide To The Holocaust Nick, Ann L.
  • Teaching about Genocide Social Education
  • Teaching About the Holocaust A Resource Book for Educators U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Teaching Tolerance Fall 93 Spring 96 Fall 96
  • Tell Them We Remember - The Story of the Holocaust Bachrach, Susan D.
  • The Bystander’s Dilemma Jacobsen, Louise & Mary Furlong Thinking Skills and Values Exploration in the Social Studies
  • The End of Innocence Anne Frank and the Holocaust. Shawn, Karen
  • The Forced Famine in Ukraine l932-l933 Curriculum and Resource Guide for Educators
  • The Giver. Lois Lowry
  • The Great Irish Famine. Irish Famine Curr. Committee James Mullin, Chairman
  • The History of the Jews Volume V: And It Was Morning Borcitunius, Paul
  • The Holocaust A Guide for Pennsylvania Teachers. Grobman, Gary
  • The Holocaust A North Carolina Teacher’s Resource. Scher, Linda
  • The Holocaust and Genocide A Search for Conscience Curriculum Guide Flaim, Richard F. & Edwin W. Reynolds, Jr.
  • The Holocaust and Genocide: A Search For Conscience Flaim, Richard F. and Edwin W. Reynolds, Jr.
  • The Holocaust in Books and Films ADL
  • The Holocaust Years: Society on Trial Chartock, Roselle & Jack Spence Edited A Collection of Readings
  • The Holocaust Years: Society on Trial A Comprehensive Course Outline Merems, Erika Hess
  • The Holocaust, l933-l945 Gerstner, Lillian Polus A 5-Day Unit for Junior High School Students
  • The Holocaust: Teaching Tactics Nissman, Albert Middle States Council for the Social Studies Journal
  • The Nanking Massacre and Other Japanese Atrocities Committed During the Asia-Pacific War - 1931 - 1945 - For Secondary Teachers
  • The Record The Holocaust in History l933-l945 the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith in cooperation with The National Council for the Social Studies
  • The Record The Black Experience in America l6l9-l979. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, The ADL of BB and The National Council for the Social Studies.
  • The Rise of Nazism: The legal Revolution Facing History and Ourselves
  • The Spirit That Moves Us Petovello, J.D. Laura R. A Literature-Based Resource Guide: Teaching About Diversity, Prejudice, Human Rights and the Holocaust K-4
  • The Third Reich in Perspective ADL
  • The Wonderful World of Difference A Human Relations program for grades K-8. ADL
  • Themes in tolerance: A basic Biography Simon Wiesenthal Center
  • Those Who Dared Rescuers and Rescued A Teaching guide for secondary schools. Grobman, Ph.D., Alex
    Timeline of the Holocaust Simon Wiesenthal Center
  • You Can’t Say. Paley, Vivian Gussin
  • Hitler’s War Against The Jews Altshuler, David A. A Young Reader’s Version of The War Against the Jews l933-l945
  • No Way Out Shear, Susan Prinz Letters and lessons of the Holocaust
  • The Holocaust, 1933-1945 Simon Wiesenthal Center Educational Resource Kit
  • 50 Years Ago: Revolt Amid The Darkness US Holocaust Memorial Center
  • The Hitler Legacy Richard F. Flaim & Harry Furman, Editors (A Dilemma of Hate speech and Hate Crime in a Post-Holocaust World).
  • Teaching Holocaust Literature Samuel Totten, Editor


Israel

  • The Israelis Founders and Sons. Elon, Amos
  • Israel l988. Fodors
  • The Siege. O’Brien, Conor Cruise (The Sage of Israel and Zionism)
  • From Time Immemorial. Peters, Joan (The Origins of the Arab-Jewish Conflict Over Palestine)


Journals

  • Association of Holocaust Organizations Newsletter Volume 3 Number 2 May 1991
  • Association of Holocaust Organizations Newsletter Volume 4 number 2 April 1992
  • Association of Holocaust Organizations Newsletter Volume 5 number 1 march 1993
  • Association of Holocaust Organizations Newsletter Volume 6 number 1 Feb 1994
  • Association of Holocaust Organizations Newsletter Volume 6 Number 3 July 1994
  • Association of Holocaust Organizations Newsletter Volume 7 Number 2 April 1995
  • Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law Vol. 3 No. 2, Fall l99l
  • Center for Holocaust Studies Sephardic Experience during the Holocaust
  • Center for Holocaust Studies The Righteous among the Nations (the few who defied tyranny)
  • Dimensions - A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume 2, No. l - Accounting for the Holocaust
  • Dimensions - A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume 4, No. 2 - Kristallnacht Reexamined
  • Dimensions - A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume 4, No. 3 - The Holocaust and The American Media
  • Dimensions - A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume 4, No. l - Nazism and Modern Culture
  • Dimensions - A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume 5, No. 2 - Treason of the Medical Profession
  • Dimensions - A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume 5, No. 3 - Moral Courage During The Holocaust
  • Dimensions - A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume 5, No. l - The High cost of Popularization
  • Dimensions - A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume 6, No. 2 - How Americans View The Holocaust
  • Dimensions - A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume 6, No. 3 - The Hidden Child
  • Dimensions - A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume 6, No. l - Resisting History, How They Explain (Away) The Holocaust
  • Dimensions - A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume 7, No. 2 - Warsaw Ghetto Uprising - Also..The Warsaw Ghetto: A
  • Documentary Discussion Guide to Jewish Resistance in occupied Warsaw, l939-l943.
  • Dimensions - A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume 7, No. 3 - The Rescue of the Danish Jews: A Fiftieth Anniversary Commemoration
  • Dimensions - A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume 7, No. l - A Singular Universe: Rescuers and Hidden Children
  • Dimensions - A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume 8, No. 2 - America and the Final Solution: Reexaminations
  • Dimensions - A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume 8, No. l - Facets of Holocaust Denial
  • Dimensions - A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume 9, No. 2 - The State of Holocaust Education
  • Dimensions - A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume 9, No. l - Liberation, l945 (Special Commemorative Issue)
  • Dimensions - A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume l0, No. l - The Roosevelt Era: Defining America
  • Dimensions - A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume l2, No. 1 - Holocaust Education: Traditions, Touchstones & Taboos
  • Dimensions – A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume l3, No. 1 Confronting the Holocaust at the Millennium
  • Dimensions – A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume ll, No. 2- Nazism Now: The New Culture
  • Dimensions – A Journal of Holocaust Studies Volume ll, No. l – Switzerland’s War: The Myth of Neutrality
  • Dimensions Special Anniversary Issue Volume 14, No. 1 – the Best of Dimensions
  • Dimensions Study Guides for Educators Volume 14, No. 2 - Can the Arts come to Terms with the Holocaust?
  • Dimensions - A journal of Holocaust Studies Volume 13, No. 2
  • Documents On The Holocaust Poland and the Soviet Union
  • History & Memory – Selected Sources on the Destruction of the Jews of Germany and Austria,Studies In Representation of the Past Vol. 3 No. l and 2
  • History & Memory – Studies In Representation of the Past Vol. 9 Nos. l – 12 Fall l997
  • History and Memory Volume 10 Number 1
  • History and Memory Volume 10 Number 2
  • History and Memory Volume 8 Number 1
  • History and Memory Volume 8 Number 2
  • History and Memory Volume 11, Number 1 Spring/Summer 1999
  • History & Memory Volume 11 #2 Fall/Winter 1999
  • History & Memory Studies in Representation of the Past Volume 12 #1 Spring/Summer 2000
  • History & Memory Studies in Representation of the Past Volume 12 No. 2 Fall/Winter 2000
  • History & Memory Spanish memories: Images of a Contested Past Volume 14, No. l/2, Fall 2002
  • Holocaust and Genocide Center Volume 10 Number 3
  • Holocaust and Genocide Center Volume 11 Number 1
  • Holocaust and Genocide Center Volume 12 Number 3
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – An International Journal Vol 2, No. 2 l987
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – An International Journal Vol 3, No. 4 l988
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – An International Journal Vol 5, No. 2 l990
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – An International Journal Vol 5, No. 3 l990
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – An International Journal Vol 5, No. 4 l990
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – An International Journal Vol 5, No. l l990
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – An International Journal Vol 6, No. 3 l99l
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – An International Journal Vol 6, No. 4 l99l
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – An International Journal Vol 6, No. l l99l
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – An International Journal Vol 7, Nos. l –3
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – An International Journal Vol 8, Nos. l –3
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – An International Journal Vol 9, Nos. l –3
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – An International Journal Vol l, No. 2 l986
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – An International Journal Vol l, No. l l986
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – An International Journal Vol l0, No. 2
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – An International Journal Vol l0, No. 6 l996
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – An International Journal Vol ll, No. 2 l997
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – An International Journal Volume 13, No. 1
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies Volume 14, Number 1, Spring 2000
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies Volume 14, No. 1, Spring 2000
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies Volume 14, No. 2, Fall 2000
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies Volume l5, Number l, Spring 2001
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies Volume l9, Number 2, Fall 2005
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies Volume 19, Number 3, Winter 2005
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies Volume 20, Number 1, Spring 2006
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies Volume 21, Number 1, Spring 2007
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies Volume 21, No. 2, Fall 2007
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies Volume 21,Number 3, Winter 2007
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies Volume 22, Number 1, Spring 2008
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies Volume 22, Nunber 2, Fall 2008
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies Volume 22, Number 3, Winter 2008
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies Volume 23, Nunber 1, Spring 2009
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies Volume 23, Number 3, Winter 2009
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies Volume 24, Number 1, Spring 2010
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – Volume 24, Number 2, Fall 2010
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – Volume 25, Number 1, Spring 2011
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – Vol. 25, Number 7, Fall 2011
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – Vol.26, Number1, Spring 2012
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – Volume 26, Number 2, Fall 2013
  • Holocaust and Genocide studies – Volume 27, number 1, spring 2013
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – Volume 27, number 2, Fall 2013
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – Vol.28, Number 1, Spring 2014
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies – Vol.28, Number 2, Fall 2014
  • Holocaust Center Newsletter United Jewish Federation
  • Holocaust Center Newsletter Vol 2 No 1
  • Holocaust Studies Annual – General Essays Sanford Pinsker & Jack Fischel (l990 & l99l) (Eds)
  • Legacy Yad Vashem Vol. 1, No. 2, Summer l997
  • Legacy Yad Vashem Vol. L, No. 3, Winter l998
  • Legacy Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Authority Yad Vashem Vol. 1, No. 1, Fall l996
  • Martydom and resistance volume 39, number 4, March/April 2013
  • Midstream Magazine – A Monthly Jewish Review Vol . 3l Nos. l - l0
  • Midstream Magazine – A Monthly Jewish Review Vol. 29 Nos. 5 – l0
  • Midstream Magazine – A Monthly Jewish Review Vol. 30 Nos. l - l0
  • Midstream Magazine – A Monthly Jewish Review Vol. 32 Nos. l - l0
  • Midstream Magazine – A Monthly Jewish Review Vol. 33 Nos. l - l0
  • Midstream Magazine – A Monthly Jewish Review Vol. 34 Nos. l - 9
  • Midstream Magazine – A Monthly Jewish Review Vol. 35 Nos. l - 9
  • Midstream Magazine – A Monthly Jewish Review Vol. 36 Nos. 2, 4, 6 – 9
  • Midstream Magazine – A Monthly Jewish Review Vol. 37 Nos. 2 - 5
  • Moment Magazine Vol. L5, No. 2 Grossinger’s On My Mind
  • Moment Magazine Vol. L5, No. 3 Past to Present, The Art of Matchmaking
  • Moment Magazine Vol. L5, No. 4 A Young Polish Jew chooses to stay
  • Moment Magazine Vol. L5, No. 5 The Intifada Crosses the Green Line
  • Moment Magazine Vol. L5, No. 6 Brothers Embrace – Yasser Arafat & Saddam Hussein Baghdad, August 5, l990
  • Moment Magazine Vol. L5, No. l Can Hadassah Attract Today’s Woman?
  • Moment Magazine Vol. L6, No. 2 Housing the Miracle
  • Moment Magazine Vol. L6, No. 3 Muslims in America
  • Moment Magazine Vol. L6, No. 4 American Jews on The Move
  • Moment Magazine Vol. L6, No. 5 A New Leap of Faith
  • Moment Magazine Vol. L6, No. 6 Disbursing UJA Dollars – There Must Be a Better Way
  • New York Times The Holocaust: The Nazi war against the Jews: The seed sof the Holocause 1933-1935
  • Patterns of Prejudice A Publication of the Institute of Jewish Affairs Vol. 27, No. 2
  • Patterns of Prejudice A Publication of the Institute of Jewish Affairs Vol. 27, No. l
  • Remember: Remembrance is Continuing the Resistance No 4 Spring 90]
  • Remember: Remembrance is Continuing the Resistance No 9 Summer 92
  • Remember: Remembrance is Continuing the Resistance Number 6 Spring 1991
  • Response Volume 12 Number 1 spring 91
  • Response Volume 17 number 1 spring 96
  • Response Volume 18 number 3 fall 97
  • Response Volume 19 Number 2 Summer 98
  • Response Volume 20 number 1 winter/spring 99
  • Response Voume 16 number 4 fall/winter 95/96
  • Response Magazine The Wiesenthal Center World Report Volume 20, #1 – Simon Wiesenthal at 90
  • Response Magazine The Wiesenthal Center World Report Volume l0, #2
  • Response Magazine The Wiesenthal Center World Report Volume l2, #5
  • Response Magazine The Wiesenthal Center World Report Volume l4, #1
  • Response Magazine The Wiesenthal Center World Report Volume l4, #3
  • Response Magazine The Wiesenthal Center World Report Volume l6, #2
  • Response Magazine The Wiesenthal Center World Report Volume l7, #3
  • Response Magazine The Wiesenthal Center World Report Volume l8, # 1
  • Response Magazine The Wiesenthal Center World Report Volume l8, # 2
  • Response Magazine World Report Simon Wiesenthal 1908-2005 Fall/Winter 2005 Vol 26
  • Response Magazine World Review Spring 2006 Vol 27 #1
  • Response Dancing on Their Graves Volume 2l, #2
  • Response World Report Spring 2007 Vol. 28 No. 1
  • Response World Report Fall/Winter Vol.29 No. 2
  • Review Number 5
  • Simon Wiesenthal Center Weisenthal Center urges college educators to reject holocaust denial advertisements
  • Simon Wiesenthal Center Annual Vol. 2 The Simon Wiesenthal Center Annual is the first serial publication in the United States focusing on the scholarly study of the Holocaust
  • Simon Wiesenthal Center Annual Vol. 3 The Simon Wiesenthal Center Annual is the first serial publication in the United States focusing on the scholarly study of the Holocaust
  • Simon Wiesenthal Center Annual Vol. 4 The Simon Wiesenthal Center Annual is the first serial publication in the United States focusing on the scholarly study of the Holocaust
  • Simon Wiesenthal Center Annual Vol. 5 The Simon Wiesenthal Center Annual is the first serial publication in the United States focusing on the scholarly study of the Holocaust
  • Simon Wiesenthal Center Annual Vol. 6 The Simon Wiesenthal Center Annual is the first serial publication in the United States focusing on the scholarly study of the Holocaust
  • Simon Wiesenthal Center Annual Vol. 7 The Simon Wiesenthal Center Annual is the first serial publication in the United States focusing on the scholarly study of the Holocaust
  • Social Education Vol 82 No. 7 Nov/Dec 1998
  • Social Education Re-Exploring Early American History: Africans in America
  • Social Education Volume 63, Number 4: May/June 1999
  • Social Studies and the Young Learner January/February 1999 Volume 11 Number 3 Multiculturalism in the Classroom
  • Social Studies and the Young Learner March/April Volume 11 Number 4 A world of Discovery
  • Social Studies and The Young Learner September October 1998 Volume 11 Number 1 Learning about the Community and Beyond
  • Social Studies & The Young Lerner January/February 2000 Volume l2 Number 3 Voices of Children
  • Social Studies & The Young Lerner Historical Thinking and Perspective September/October 2000 Volume 13 Number 1
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  • Teaching Tolerance Spring 1999 Number 15 The Jewish Post November 14, 1991; Volume IV Number 18 "Generation to Generation"
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  • Us and Them A History of Intolerance in America Jim Carnes
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  • Yad Vashem Studies Volume 4, Winter l997 – International conference at Yad Vashem on Holocaust and education
  • Yad Vashem Studies Volume 5, Spring l997 – Children in the Holocaust – A special issue for Remembrance Day
  • Yad Vashem Studies Volume 6, Summer l997 – "A Lost Jewish World" in the Valley of the Communities
  • Yad Vashem Studies Volume 8, Winter l997 – In Camera
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  • Yad Vashem A special issue for Remembrance Day Volume 18, Spring 2000- A Tribute to the Jewish Family
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  • Yad Vashem, How Much Did They Know? Vol. 55, October 2009
  • Yad Vashem, A Mosaic of Life and Death Vol. 56, January 2010
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  • Social Studies and the Young Learner Reflecting on Current Events Volume 14 #3 Jan./Feb. 2002
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Judaism

  • The Book of Jewish Knowledge Ausubel, Nathan (A concise encyclopedia of Judaism and the Jewish people covering all elements of Jewish life from biblical times to the present).
  • Chutzpah Dershowitz, Alan M.
  • What Is Judaism? Fackenheim, Emil L. (An interpretation for the present age).
  • The Jewish Book of Why & What. Gubbay, Lucien and Abaham Levy
  • The Nine Questions People Ask About Judaism. Prage, Dennis & Joseph Telushkin
  • The Cunning of History - The Holocaust and the American Future. Rubenstein, Richard L.
  • A Certain People. Silberman, Charlese (American Jews and Their Lives Today)


Juvenile

NON-FICTION

  • Elks's Up In A Changing World Elly Berkovits Gross
  • Courageous Teen Resisters by Ann Byers.
  • A Picture Book of Anne Frank by David A. Adler and illustrated by Karen Ritz: A picture book describing the life story of Anne Frank.
  • Child of the Warsaw Ghetto by David A. Adler and illustrated by Karen Ritz: Describes the Warsaw Ghetto from the perspective of a young boy.
  • Hilde and Eli: Children of the Holocaust by David A. Adler and illustrated by Karen Ritz: This picture book follows the lives of two young Holocaust victims, Hilde Rosenzweig and Eli Laz.
  • We Remember the Holocaust by David A. Adler: A history of the Holocaust based on interviews with survivors, children of survivors, and those who remembered pre-Nazi Germany.
  • Sousa, the Dominican Republic: A Refuge from the Holocaust in the Tropics by Rabbi Isidoro Aizenberg: President Trujilo offered to accept 100,000 Jewish refuges into the Dominican Republic. Those who relocated to Sousa did not experience any discrimination or anti-Semitism.
  • Anne Frank: A History for Today by the Anne Frank Museum: A biographical narrative of Anne Frank which incorporates family photos and passages from her diary.
  • Hitler’s War Against the Jews by David A. Altshuler and Dawidowicz S. Luch: A general history of the Holocaust for young readers.
  • In Kindling Flame by Linda Atkinson: The story of Hannah Senesh, a young woman from Hungary who chose to defend herself, her family, and those who shared her Jewish faith during World War II.
  • I Am a Star by Inge Auerbacher and illustrated by Israel Bernbaum: The story of Inge Auerbacher, who survived the Czechoslovakia’s Terezin concentration camp as a child.
  • Parallel Journeys by Eleanore Ayer: An account of World War II from the alternating perspectives of Alfons Heck, a young German boy, and Helen Waterford, a young Jewish girl.
  • Tell Them We Remember by Susan D. Backrach: Complied by the United States Holocaust Museum, this book describes various aspects of the Holocaust.
  • I Have Lived a Thousand Years: Growing Up in the Holocaust by Livia Bitton-Jackson: A memoir of Eli Friednann, a thirteen-year old girl who survived the perils of the Auschwitz concentration camp.
  • The Hiding Place: The Triumphant True Story of Connie Ten Boom by Connie Ten Boom with John and Elizabeth Sherril: Connie was sent to a concentration camp for helping the Jews. Her life was transformed by God’s message, which she passed along to others.
  • We Are Witnesses: Five Diaries of Teenagers who Died in the Holocaust by Jacob Boas: Contains diary entries from five teenagers in various parts of Europe during the Holocaust.
  • Tell No One Who You Are: The Hidden Childhood of Regine Miller by Walter Buchignani: A Montreal report describes the childhood of Regine Miller, who lived in Nazi-occupied Belgium and posed as a Gentile.
  • Kindertransport by Olga Levy Drucker: An autobiography of Ollie Levy, who was part of the Kindertransport operation. Describes the six years she spent in England and her eventual immigration to the United States.
  • Drowning: Growing up in the Third Reich by Gehard Durlacher: Chronicles a young boy’s journey from a concentration camp to freedom.
  • The Rise of Nazi Horror: Who was Responsible? By Bernard Feder: Explains the history of the Nazi dictatorship and its rise to power during World War II. It focuses on responsibilities for the crimes committed by the Nazis.
  • Remember Not to Forget: A Memory of the Holocaust by Normal H. Finkelstein and illustrated by Lois and Lars Hokanson: An introduction to the Holocaust, beginning with the origins and history of anti-Semitism in 70 C.E.
  • Escape or Die: True Stories of Young People Who Survived the Holocaust by Ina R. Friedman: A collection of true stories about twelve young men and women who survived the Holocaust. Each story contains historical notes about the narrator’s homeland.
  • Flying Against the Wind by Ina R. Friedman: The biography of Cato Bjontes Van Been, one of the few non-Jewish Germs to resist the Nazis.
  • The Other Victims: First-Person Stories of Non-Jews Persecuted by the Nazis by Ina R. Friedman: A collection of stories about eleven non-Jews who suffered Nazi persecution before and during World War II.
  • Chiune Sugihara: Hero of the Holocaust by Alison Leslie Gold: Chiune Sugihara left Japan to work in Lithuania. He helped nearly 6,000 Jews leave Lithuania and escape Nazi persecution.
  • Ten Marks and a Train Ticker: Benno’s Escape to Freedom by Susy Goldstein, Gina Hamilton and Wendy Share: Describes the journey of a young boy named Benno as he fled from Nazi Germany to safety.
  • Sky: A True Story of Courage During World War II by Hanneke Ippisch: Hanneke was a teenager who joined the Dutch Resistance, a group that helped Jews escape death. She helped Jews flee to safety until she was captures by German soldiers and had to find a way to survive.
  • Clara’s Story by Clara Isaacman as told to Joan Adess Grossman: The story of a young girl and her family who remained in hiding to escape Nazi persecution.
  • When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit by Judith Kerr: After being reunited in Switzerland, Anna and her family try to find a home in several countries. Anna learns the important of her family being together.
  • Promise of a New Spring: The Holocaust and Renewal by Gerda Weissman Klein and illustrated by Vincent Tartato: A picture book about the destruction of the Holocaust.
  • Hana’s Suitcase by Karen Levine: An account of two children during the Holocaust and a young Japanese woman’s determination to tell their story.
  • The Big Lie by Isabella Leitner with Irving A. Leitner and illustrated by Judy Pedersen: The story of Isabella Leitner and her family as they survived World War II in Hungary.
  • Raoul Wallenberg: The Man who Stopped Death by Sharon Linnea: The biography of Raoul Wallenberg, a Swedish architect who saved more than 100,000 Jewish people from extermination at the hands of Adolph Eichmann.
  • No Pretty Pictures: A Child of War by Anita Lobel: A memoir of Anita Lobel’s childhood years in Nazi-occupied Poland.
  • Hitler by Albert Marrin: Describes the life of Adolf Hitler and his rise to power.
  • Daniel’s Story by Carol Matas: Daniel’s family is forced from their home in Frankfurt and sent on a journey to the Lodz ghetto in Poland and the Auschwitz death camp. Daniel manages to find hope in the midst of despair.
  • Never to Forget: The Jews of the Holocaust by Milton Meltzer: Personal accounts about life in the Nazi ghettos, labor camps, and death camps.
  • People who Have Helped the World: Raoul Wallenberg by Michael Nicholson and David Winner: The story of Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who saved 100,000 Jews from the Holocaust before mysteriously disappearing.
  • The Lilac Bush by Judith Mandel Novack: Written through the eyes of a young woman who, in 1947, arrives in New York from the death camps of Nazi-occupied Europe, to find that no one is interested in hearing about the war.
  • The Man from the Other Side by Uri Orlev: Marek is a young boy living just outside the Warsaw ghetto. He is pressured into blackmailing a Jew who escaped from the ghetto, only to discover a secret that changes his life.
  • A Place to Hide: True Stories of Holocaust Rescues by Jayne Pettit: Stories about people who risked their lives to help save Jews from the Holocaust.
  • So Young to Die: the Story of Hannah Senesh by Candice Ransom: The story of a brave young woman who participated in one of the most courageous rescue attempts of World War II.
  • The Upstairs Room by Johanna Reis: An account of World War II from the perspective of a young Jewish girl.
  • Smoke and Ashes: The Story of the Holocaust by Barbara Rogansky: A general history of the Holocaust that incorporates historical photographs.
  • The Rise and Fall of Adolf Hitler by William L. Shirer: The history of Adolf Hitler including his triumphs and downfalls.
  • Grace in the Wilderness: After the Libreration 1945-1948 by Aranka Siegal: After the liberation of Bergen-Belsen, Piri and her sister are taken in by a Swedish couple. Even though this couple is loving and generous, Piri and her sister are determined to travel to America.
  • Upon the Head of the Goat: A Childhood in Hungary 1939-1944 by Aranka Siegal: After the German soldiers closed off borders, Piri was forced to stay at her grandmother’s farm for a year. Upon returning home to Hungary, Piri learned her life would never be the same due to Hitler’s power.
  • Lest We Forget: The Murder of the Six Million Jews of Europe by Leivy Smolar: A program guide on the Holocaust.
  • The Holocaust: A History of Courage and Resistance by Bea Stadtler: A general history of the Holocaust.
  • Living After the Holocaust: Reflections by Children of Survivors in America Edited by Lucy Y. Steinitz with David M. Szonyi: A collection of childhood memories, inner conflicts, theological reflections, and scholarly research from the post-War generation.
  • Forging Freedom: A True Story of Heroism during the Holocaust by Hudson Talbott: The story of Jaap Penraat, who took drastic measures to protect his Jewish friends and neighbors from Nazi persecution.
  • Hostage to War: A True Story by Tatjana Wassiljewa and translated by Anna Trenter: A memoir of Tatjana Wassiljewa’s childhood that recalls surviving German bomb attacks and being a captive laborer.
  • Surviving Hitler: A Boy in the Nazi Death Camps by Andrea Warren: A description of the concentration camps from the perspective of a young boy, Jack Mandelbaum.
  • Auschwitz Explained to My Child by Annette Wieviorka: The history of the Holocaust in the form of a conversation between a mother and her daughter.
  • I Promised I Would Tell by Sonia Schreiber Weitz and edited by Susan Belt Cogley: The poetry and testimony of Sonia Schreiber Weitz, a Holocaust educator and survivor of five Nazi concentration camps.
  • In the Mouth of the Wolf by Rose Zar: The story of Rose Zar, who fled the Piotrkow ghetto to live under the false identify of an Aryan Pole.
  • The Holocaust: A Historical Reader: A general history of the Holocaust.
  • The Holocaust Library:
    Volume 1 - Forever Outsiders: Jews and History from Ancient Times to August 1935 by Linda Jacobs Altman
    Volume 2 - Smoke to Flame: September 1935 to December 1938 by Victoria Sherrow
    Volume 3 - The Blaze Engulfs: January 1939 to December 1941 by Victoria Sherrow
    Volume 4 - A Firestorm Unleashed: January 1942 to June 1943 by Eleanor H. Ayer
    Volume 5 - Inferno: July 1943 to April 1945 by Eleanor H. Ayer
    Volume 6 - From the Ashes: May 1945 and After by Eleanor H. Ayer and Stephen D. Chicoine
    Volume 7 - Voices and Visions: A Collection of Primary Sources compiled by Dr. William L. Shulman
    Volume 8 - Resource Guide: A Comprehensive Listing of Media for Further Study compiled by Dr. William L. Shulman

FICTION

  • The Numbers on My Grandfather’s Arm by David Adler and photography by Rose Eichenbaum: A young girl asked her grandfather about the number tattooed on his arm. He proceeds to explain the Holocaust to her.
  • The Night Crossing by Karen Ackerman and illustrated by Elizabeth Sayles: When Clara and her family fled Austria, Clara brought along her two favorite dolls. She never imagined that these dolls would play an important role in her family’s escape.
  • A Frost in the Night: A Girlhood on the Eve of the Third Reich by Edith Baer: From the perspective of a young girl, this book follows the events that led up to the Nazi takeover including unemployment, rallies in the streets, and marches in the night.
  • Twenty and Ten by Clair Huchet Bishop and illustrated by William Pene du Bois: During the German occupation of France, twenty French children were brought to a refuge in the mountains. One day a man asked their school to take in and hide ten Jewish refugee children.
  • Terrible Things: An Allegory of the Holocaust by Eve Bunting and illustrated by Stephen Gammell: An introduction to the Holocaust. Encourages young children to stand up for what they think is right, without waiting for others to join them.
  • Molly’s Pilgrim by Barbara Cohen and illustrated by Daniel Mark Duffy: Molly is about to celebrate her first Thanksgiving in the New World, but she does not feel thankful for much. Her classmates make fun of her Yiddish accent and her unfamiliarity with American ways. Molly wants to find a place for herself in America.
  • Your Name is Renee: Ruth’s Story as a Hidden Child by Stacy Cretzmeyer: The fire person account of a young Jewish girl who experienced the Holocaust in France
  • The House on Prague Street by Hana Demetz: A young girl is caught between the conflicting worlds of her German father and Czech-Jewish mother.
  • Jacob’s Rescue: A Holocaust Story by Malka Drucker and Michael Halpern: Jacob and his family lived in Warsaw, Poland when the Nazis invaded in 1939. One day Jacob slipped through a hole in the ghetto wall to meet a Christian man who kept Jacob’s true identify hidden.
  • The Feather-Bed Journey by Paula Kurzband Feder and illustrated by Stacey Schuett: A story about a little Jewish girl and her family in Poland during World War II. It is an account of the many people, both Jewish and Gentile, who helped her survive.
  • Don’t Say a Word by Barbara Gehrts: At the beginning of World War II, Anna and her family only experience general wartime stresses. Soon the war impacts their lives in drastic ways.
  • Summer of My German Soldier by Bette Greene: Patty’s small hometown in Arkansas becomes the site of a camp housing German prisoners during World War II. Even though Patty is Jewish, she befriends a prison escapee named Anton. She takes many risks to maintain this dangerous friendship.
  • Letters from Rifka by Karen Hesse: Rifka and her family fled from Russia to America in 1919. Throughout her journey, Rifka writes letters to her cousin describing her experiences.
  • Star of Fear, Star of Hope by Jo Hoestlandt and illustrated by Johanna Kang: Helen does not understand why her best friend Lydia must wear a yellow star. After Lydia leaves Helen’s birthday party to warn her family about the Nazi invasion, Helen becomes upset and regrets her last words to Lydia.
  • Torn Thread by Anne Isaacs: Eva, her father, and her sister are forced to move into a tiny attic in the Jewish ghetto. Eventually Eva and her sister are imprisoned in a Nazi work camp, where they struggle to save their lives.
  • Mischling, Second Degree: My Childhood in Nazi Germany by Ilse Koehn: Ilse is classified as a second degree citizen in Nazi Germany. Her parents teach her to pretend to be a loyal German in order to survive.
  • Shadow of the Wall by Christa Laird: Misha must be courageous during the war as his family relies on him for food and the will to carry on.
  • Journey to America by Sonia Levitin: The story of a Jewish family who escaped from Germany before the start of World War II and their long awaited journey to America.
  • Number the Stars by Lois Lowry: Annemarie’s family take in her Jewish best friend and pretend she is part of the family. Annemarie describes the Danish Resistance from her perspective.
  • After the War by Carol Matas: Ruth joins the underground organization Brichah, which helps smuggle illegal immigrants to Palestine. She risks her life to lead a group of children on a daring journey.
  • Greater than Angels by Carol Matas: Anna, her friends, and her family are deported from Germany into France, where they are placed in a refuge camp. Anna and the other young people are taken to a tiny French village, where the villagers risk their lives to shelter them.
  • Lisa’s War by Carol Matas: Lisa and her family make efforts to resist the Nazi invasion of Denmark.
  • Waiting for Anya by Michael Morpurgo: A farm in the hills of Lescun, France serves as an escape point for a band of Jewish children. Benjamin, who is hiding the children there, is waiting for the perfect moment to deliver the children over the border. When the escape can no longer be delayed, Benjamin and Jo devise a plan to save the children.
  • The Devil in Vienna by Doris Orgel: Inge and Lieselotte are best friends who live in Vienna during 1937. They struggle to keep their friendship alive since Inge is Jewish and Lieselotte is a member of the Hitler Youth.
  • The Island on Bird Street by Uri Orlev: Alex is forced to take refuge in an abandoned building after his mother disappeared and his father was taken away by the German army. He needs to brace as he struggles to survive.
  • David and Max by Gary Provost and Gail Levine-Provost: During his summer vacation, David learns about his grandfather’s terrible years during World War II.
  • Foster’s War by Carolyn Reeder: Foster is caught up in the war: his older brother is shipped overseas and his best friend is exiled to an internment camp. Everything is changing, except the one thing he wants to change. . .his father’s harsh attitude.
  • Friedrich by Hans Peter Richter: Friedrich’s world is turned upside down when Hitler comes to power.
  • Touch Wood: A Girlhood in Occupied France by Renee Roth-Hano: Renee and her family are forced to move to occupied Paris, where they must obey curfews and wear yellow stars. Since Paris is no longer safe, Renee and her sisters are forced into exile away from their parents.
  • A Pocket Full of Seeds by Marilyn Sachs: After Nicole’s parents and sister are taken away by Nazis, she must hide to prevent being taken away herself.
  • The Shadow Children by Steven Schnur and illustrated by Herbert Tauss: Etienne discovers children living in the woods of Mont Brulant. He is determine to learn the truth about them.
  • To Life by Ruth Minsky Sender: When Riva Minska is liberated from Grafenort, she does not imagine the torture she will endure to reach real freedom. She returns to Poland in search of her family.
  • Escape from Warsaw by Ian Serraillier: Two young children make a dangerous trip to Warsaw to Switzerland to find their father.
  • Of Hereos, Hooks, and Heirlooms by Faye Silton: Mia’s class is working on a “Heritage Project,” in which students must bring in old family photos and heirlooms. Mia wonders what to bring in since none of her family’s treasures survived the Holocaust.
  • The Power of Light: Eight Stories for Hanukkah by Isaac Bashevis Singer and illustrated by Irene Lieblich: A tale of two refugees from the Warsaw ghetto who escape to Israel. Each story captures the spirit of Hannukah.
  • The Little Riders by Margaretha Shemin and illustrated by Peter Spier: Johanna loves the twelve metal figures on horseback who ride forth each hour from the clock on the ancient church tower. She would do anything to protect them, including risking her life.
  • Uncle Misha’s Partisans: A Story of Young Freedom Fighters During World War II by Yuri Suhl: Since the loss of her parents, Motele passed as a gentile and played his violin for money. He soon joined Uncle Misha’s Partisans, who called upon him to help infiltrate a town with a German stronghold.
  • Anna is Still Here by Ida Vos: After the war is over, Anna can’t pick up the pieces of her life. Her friends are gone, she is three years behind in school, and her parents refuse to discuss what happened. Anna still feels like she is in hiding.
  • The Key is Lost by Ida Vos: Eva and her family go into hiding to escape the Germans. Eva needs to change her name so she can pass as a French child.
  • Katarina by Kathryn Winter: Eight-year old Katarina wanders from village to village by herself to escape the persecution of Jews in Slovakia.
  • The Devil’s Arithmetic by Jane Yolen: During the Passover Seder, Hannah is transported back in time to a Polish village in 1942. There, everyone calls her Chaya and Nazi soldiers come to take the villagers away.
  • Among the Hidded - Margaret Peterson Haddix
  • Greater Than Angels - Carol Matas
  • Lily's Crossing - Patricia Reilly Giff
  • Juvenile Books about Prejudice
  • Maria Teresa by Mary Atkinson and illustrated by Christina Engla Eber: A young Mexican-American girl has difficulty adjusting to her new school until she brings in her special puppet for show and tell.
  • Allen Jay and the Underground Railroad by Marlene Targ Brill and illustrated by Janice Lee Porter: Allen Jay’s family farm is a stop on the Underground Railroad. One day, Allen’s father asks him to help a runaway slave.
  • Smoky Night by Eve Bunting and illustrated by David Diaz: A story about cats and people who couldn’t get along until a night of rioting brings them together.
  • We Are All Alike. . .We Are All Different by the Cheltenham Elementary School Kindergartners: This book is written by children for children. The kindergartners share the ways they look and feel, the games they play, the foods they like, the homes they live in, and the families they live with.
  • Big Al by Andrew Clements: Big Al is a nice fish, but he is big and scary looking. Nobody wants to be his friend. One day Big Al proves what a good fish he is and makes friends.
  • The Christmas Menorahs: How a Town Fought Hate by Janice Cohn and illustrated by Bill Farnsworth: The story of how two children, two families, and a community resolve to stand together against bigotry and acts of hatred.
  • Everybody Cooks Rice by Norah Dooley and illustrated by Peter J. Thornton: Carrie is sent to find her little brother, Anthony, who is always late for dinner. As Carries looks for Anthony, she discovers that almost everyone on her street cooks rice.
  • Nadia’s Hands by Karen English and illustrated by Jonathan Weiner: Nadia is chosen to be the flower girl in her aunt’s traditional Pakistani wedding. Her hands are decorated for the occasion with a natural dye called henna. Nadia worries what her classmates will say about her henna.
  • Paul and Sebastian by Rene Escudie and Ulises Wensell: Paul lives in a green trailer with blue curtains. Sebastian lives in a blue apartment with green curtains. Their parents don’t want them to play together. Eventually they become best friends and teach their parents something about “differences.”
  • The Don’t-Give-Up Kid: And Learning Differences by Jeanne Gehret and illustrated by Sandra Ann DePauw: Alex has difficulty reading, which makes him the target of teasing. He discovers his hero, Thomas Edison, had similar problems. Together they try new solutions until they succeed at their dreams.
  • Eagle Eyes: A Child’s Guide to Paying Attention by Jeanne Gehret and illustrated by Susan Covert: Ben wreaks havoc until he learns to recognize and control his Attention Deficit Disorder.
  • I’m Somebody Too by Jeanne Gehret: Emily’s best friend deserts her and now she hates to go to school. She’s worried sick about her brother Ben’s mysterious disease; yet when his life improves, hers gets worse. Emily wants to rise above her conflicting feelings and join her family’s new-found happiness.
  • Susan B. Anthony: And Justice for All by Jeanne Gehret: A biography of Susan B. Anthony.
  • The Endless Steppe by Ester Hautzig: In June 1941, the Rudomin family is arrested by the Russians. For five years, the family lives in exile and struggles for enough food and clothing to stay alive.
  • Maya Angelou: Woman of Words, Deeds, and Dreams by Stuart A. Kallen: A biography of Maya Angelou.
  • The Colors of Us by Karen Katz: Lena is going to paint a picture of herself. She wants to use brown paint for her skin. As she walks through her neighborhood with her mother, she discovers that brown comes in many different shades.
  • The Land of Many Colors by the Klamath County YMCA Family Preschool and illustrated by Rita Pocock: A simple message of peace and respect for differences.
  • Hats Off to Hair by Virginia Kroll and illustrated by Kay Life: Paints of real kids from many cultures show readers the beauty and wonder of hair.
  • Alan and Naomi by Myron Levoy: Alen forms a friendship with Naomi, who shares her horrifying experiences during the war in France.
  • You Be Me/I’ll Be You by Pili Mandelbaum: The story of a bi-racial family, in which the father plays a game with his little girl to reassure her about the difference in their skin colors.
  • Tusk Tusk by David McKee: Elephants came in two colors: white or black. These elephants loved all creatures, but hated each other. The white elephants and the black elephants killed each other off during war. When the gray descendants of the peace loving elephants emerged, they found new differences to set them against each other.
  • The Black Snowman by Phil Mendez and illustrated by Carole Byard: Jacob and his brother make a snowman and wrap it in a scrap of cloth they find. The cloth is an African storytelling shawl that has magical qualities.
  • Baseball Saved Us by Ken Mochizuki and illustrated by Dom Lee: Japanese Americans in an internment camp created a baseball field. A young boy describes how baseball gave them a purpose while they endured injustice and humiliation.
  • Dan, My New Neighbor by Grace Moulton and illustrated by Jan Van der Voo: A young boy befriends his neighbor who has muscular dystrophy.
  • Emma by Grace Moulton and illustrated by Jan Van der Voo: Emma is a young girl who has cerebral palsy. She attends a special school, participates in Brownies and enjoys when people stop to talk with her.
  • Life is not so Sweet by Grace Moulton and illustrated by Jan Van der Voo: A young girl describes her life with diabetes.
  • My Father by Grace Moulton and illustrated by Jan Van der Voo: A young girl describes the activities she does with her father who has multiple sclerosis.
  • My friend Andrew by Grace Moulton and illustrated by Jan Van der Voo: A young boy describes his adventures with his friend who has spina bifida.
  • My friend Lucy by Grace Moulton and illustrated by Jan Van der Voo: A young girl was hesitant to play with Lucy, who is in a wheelchair. The girl soon learns that Lucy is capable of doing many things.
  • Something Different in the Bank by Grace Moulton and illustrated by Jan Van der Voo: A young boy describes his cousin, who has hemophilia.
  • Sitti’s Secrets by Naomi Shihab Nye and illustrated by Nancy Carpenter: Mona and her grandmother are separated by millions of miles. Once they meet and share their days, they remain true neighbors forever.
  • Just Like Us by Hiawyn Oram and illustrated by Daniel Baird: Bills lives on this side of the wall, which he is forbidden to cross. He is a curious boy and when he crawls through a hole to explore, he finds a surprise waiting for him.
  • You Can’t Say You Can’t Play by Vivian Gussin Paley: A fascinating look at the moral dimensions of the classroom.
  • Chicken Sunday by Patricia Polacco: Miss Eula’s grandchildren want to earn enough money to buy her a hat she has been admiring.
  • Christmas Tapestry by Patricia Polacco: A holiday tale of two families, two faiths, and two lonely people united by a beautiful twist of fate.
  • Mrs. Katz and Tush by Patricia Polacco: Larnel does not know his neighbor Mrs. Katz very well until he asks her to adopt an abandoned kitten. Mrs. Katz agrees, but asks Larnel to help her take care of the kitten. As Larnel spends more time with Mrs. Katz, he learns about the suffering and triumph black history shares with the Jewish heritage.
  • The Keeping Quilt by Patricia Polacco: Four four generations, a quilt is passed along from mother to daughter and serves various purposes.
  • The Hand-Me-Down Horse by Marion Hess Pomeranc and illustrated by Joanna Yardley: After World War II, David and his family are waiting to emigrate to America. David is impatient, until someone knocks on the doors and leaves him a beautiful rocking horse. It is a gift from a child who has already left for America. David must promise that when he leaves, he will give the horse to another child who is waiting.
  • Why does that Man have such a Big Nose? By Mary Beth Quinsey: Helps children foster positive attitude towards all kinds of people.
  • Hispanic Heritage: The Fight for Civil Rights and a New Freedom by Richard Sanchez: Describes the struggles Hispanic people have faced in obtaining freedom.
  • Peace Begins with You by Katherine Scholes and illustrated by Robert Ingpen: Explains why different people’s needs and wants don’t always fit together easily and how this can become a source of conflict. Explores the many ways in which conflicts can be resolved.
  • The Sneetches and Other Stories by Dr. Seuss: Teaches children the consequences of prejudice.
  • All Kinds of Children by Norma Simon and illustrated by Diane Paterson: Describes how children all over the world are similar to one another.
  • The Wave by Todd Strasser: Based on a true incident that occurred in a high school history class in Palo Alto, California, in 1969. This book demonstrates the powerful forces of group pressure.
  • Angel Child, Dragon Child by Michele Maria Surat and illustrated by Vo-Dinh Mai: Ut has just come to the United States from Vietnam. She does not like her new American school, where the other children make fun of her.
  • Loveable Lyle by Bernard Waber: Lyle the Crocodile loves everyone in the world and thinks the world loves him, until he receives a mysterious note saying someone hates him.
  • Sleeping Ugly by Jane Yolen and illustrated by Diane Stanley: Princess Miserella was very beautiful, but mean. Plain Jane was simple looking, but sweet. After meeting with a fairy, both princesses get the rewards they deserve.
  • I Like to Be Little by Charlotte Zolotow and illustrated by Erik Blegvad: A young girl wants to enjoy being little because she is able to do things grown-ups cannot do.
  • The History of Black People in America
  • The Lost Kingdoms of Africa (Black Africa Before 1600) by Stuart Kallen
  • Days of Slavery (1619-1863) by Stuart Kallen
  • The Civil War and Reconstruction (1830-1880) by Stuart Kallen
  • The Twentieth Century and the Harlem Renaissance (1880-1930) by Stuart Kallen
  • The Civil Rights Movement (1930-1980) by Stuart Kallen
  • The Struggle into the 1990’s (1968 to Present) by Stuart Kallen


K-8 Studyguide

  • All Kinds of Children -- Simon, Norma -- Presents the similarities that children all over the world have in common, including their need for food, clothes, people to love them, and the opportunity to play.
  • Assignment: Rescue -- Fry, Varian -- An exciting, true story of World War II- Varian Fry describes the methods he used to get thousands of hunted men and women to safety.
  • Forging Freedom -- Talbot, Hudson -- A true story of heroism taken place during the Holocaust.
  • Friedrich -- Richter, Hans Peter -- A young German boy recounts the fate of his best friend, a Jew, during the Nazi regime. The author explores the reasons which compelled youngsters to join the Hitler Youth movement.
  • Jacob’s Rescue – A Holocaust Story -- Drucker, Malka & Halperin, Michael -- A story of a young, Jewish boy who escaped from the ghetto and was rescued by a Christian man who took him in.
  • MISCHLING, second degree – My Childhood in Nazi Germany -- Koehn, Ilse -- The memoirs of a German girl who became a leader among the Hitler Youth, while her Social Democratic family kept from her the secret of her partial Jewish heritage.
  • Nadia’s Hands -- English, Karen -- Story of a Pakistani-American girl who comes to an understanding of the rich culture she has inherited. Is vividly illustrated by Jonathan Weiner.
  • Number the Stars -- Lowry, Lois -- In l943, during the German occupation of Denmark, ten year old, Annemarie learns how to be brave and courageous when she helps shelter her Jewish friend from the Nazis.
  • SMOKE AND ASHES – The Story of the Holocaust -- Rogansky, Barbara -- A story of the Holocaust. The title comes from a poem called In the City of Slaughter by Chaim Nachman Bialik.
  • Tell Them We Remember- The Story of the Holocaust -- Bachrach, Susan D. -- A non-fiction book about the Holocaust and how it affected the daily lives of innocent people through out Europe.
  • Terrible Things – An Allegory of the Holocaust -- Bunting, Eve -- In this allegory, the author’s reaction to the Holocaust, the animals of the forest are carried away, one type after another, by the Terrible Things, not realizing that if perhaps they would all stick together and not look the other way, such terrible things might not happen.
  • The Christmas Menorahs – How a Town Fought Hate -- Cohn, Janice D.S.W. -- A narrative that tells how two children, two families, and a community resolve to stand together against bigotry and acts of hatred. The story is based on true events that happened in 1993.
  • The Devil’s Arithmetic -- Yolen, Jane -- Hannah resents the traditions of her Jewish heritage until time travel places her in the middle of a small Jewish village in Nazi-occupied Poland
  • The End of Innocence -- Shawn, Karen -- A course of study about Anne Frank and the Holocaust.
  • The Feather Bed Journey -- Feder, Paula Kurzband -- Grandma rescues the insides of a torn feather pillow. Grandma tells about her childhood in Poland, about the Nazi persecution of Jews during World War II, and about the origin of this special pillow.
  • The Keeping Quilt -- Polacco, Patricia -- The story of her own family, and the quilt that remains a symbol of their enduring love and faith.
  • The Nazi Olympics – Berlin 1936 -- Bachrach, Susan D. -- The Olympic games in Berlin in 1936 has become entwined forever with the rise to power of the German Nazi Party and its attempt to turn the Games into a vehicle for its agenda of “Aryan superiority.”
  • The Other Victims -- Friedman, Ina R. -- First-Person stories of Non-Jews persecuted by the Nazis
    We are All Alike… We are All Different Written and illustrated by the Cheltenham Elementary School Kindergartners A book written by children for children and it reinforces multicultural and anti-bias learning and appreciation.
  • A Class Divided -- In 1970, an innovative teacher attempted a darling experiment in her elementary school classroom. To evaluate how racial stereotypes affect young children. Jane Elliot divided her class between those with blue eyes and those with brown and gave blue-eyed children preferential treatment. This classic program presents the long-term effects of racial stereotyping in schools and suggests how new approaches can make a positive difference with students and teachers.
  • Assignment: Rescue -- Germany, 1930’s: Hitler rises to power, blaming Jews and other enemies of the state for Germany’s ills. Varian Fry, journalist and editor of LIVING AGE magazine, witnesses the first pogroms in Berlin; France, 1940: After falling to the Germans, France is partitioned. In the unoccupied southern part (Vichy), several thousand refugees are trapped in Marseilles and in French camps to be “surrendered on demand” to the Gestapo. Fry is sent by the newly formed Emergency Rescue Committee to Marseilles for three weeks to rescue 200 of the most famous intellectual refugees; USA, 1940’s: Anti-immigration and anti-Semetic sentiment is widespread. The State Department and the U.S. Consulate in Marseilles oppose Fry’s mission. Yet, he persists for 13 months and rescues over 2000 refugees until he is expelled from France. His work is not recognized for many years. Shortly before his death in 1967, Fry is given the Croix de la Legion d’Honneur by the French Government. In 1991, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council awards him with the Eisenhower Liberation Medal. In 1996, he is honored at Yad Vashem, Israel, as the first American “Righteous Among the Nations.” At that time, Secretary of State Warren Christopher said, “We owe Varian Fry our deepest gratitude, but we also owe him a promise- a promise never to forget the horrors that he struggled against so heroically, a promise to do whatever is necessary to ensure that such horrors never happen again."
  • Daniel’s Story -- Daniel’s Story documents the events of the Holocaust from the perspective of a Jewish child growing up on Nazi Germany. The characters of Daniel and his family have been based upon, and are a composite of, the experiences of actual German Jewish families, and the story is told with authentic photographs and film footage. Because the videotape has been designed for children ages 8-13, it does not rely on images on graphic horror to describe the plight of families persecuted by the Nazis.
  • Heil Hitler: Confessions of a Hitler Youth -- A shocking true story based on the book by Alfons Heck, recalling how he became a high-ranking member of the Hitler Youth during World War II, Along with eight million other German children, Heck pledged his love to Adolf Hitler as an impressionable 10-year-old. Could it happen today? “Of course,” says Heck.
  • Miracle at Moreaux -- In December 1943, three Jewish children fleeing Nazi-occupied France find refuge in a Catholic school run by Sister Gabrielle. At first the nun’s young students are afraid to shelter the children from the Nazis intent on their capture. But the students come to understand and sympathize with the trio’s plight and risk their lives to protect them. Together they devise a dangerous plan to help the children reach the border – and freedom.
  • Play Ball -- As captain of the baseball team, Audrey tells Arthur he can’t play ball with them because “kids that look like you are never good at baseball.” Hurt and angry, Arthur talks it over with Mr. Kim explains that Audrey is “stereotyping” people, thinking all people who look alike are the same. When Arthur confronts Audrey, Mr. Kim is able to help them both understand why stereotyping is wrong.


Literature

  • Anthology of Holocaust Literature An all-encompassing collection of pieces many of them never before published in English, by people who were themselves victims and witnesses of the Holocaust.
  • Against Silence - The Voice and Vision of Elie Wiesel Abrahamson, Irving (Edited) Volume I
  • Against Silence - The Voice and Vision of Elie Wiesel Abrahamson, Irving (Edited) Volume II
  • Against Silence - The Voice and Vision of Elie Wiesel Abrahamson, Irving (Edited) Volume III
  • The Saving Remnant. Agar, Herbert
  • Righteous Gentile. Bierman, John
  • Nathan the Wise. Ephraim, Gotthold
  • Rescue in Demark Flender, Harold
  • Out of The Whirlwind Friedlander, Albert H.
  • Witness Through The Imagination Kremer, S. Lillian Jewish American Holocaust Literature
  • Admitting the Holocaust Langer, Lawrence L.
  • Teachers Study Guide: Writings of the Nazi Holocaust Mersand, PhD Joseph
  • Aharon Appelfeld -The Holocaust and Beyond Ramras-Rauch, Gila
  • Human Rights Quarterly Volume l2 #2 May l990 A Comparative and International Journal of the Social Sciences, Humanities, and Laws.
  • The Sunflower. Wiesenthal, Simon
  • The Holocaust. Witness Vol 1 # 1 Spring 1987


Memoirs

  • Elly My true Story of the Holocaust Ellis Berkovits Gross
  • Vanished World - a Memoir of Ernest Elly Berovits Gross
  • Poems of Elly Gross - Memories of a Holocaust Survivor Elly Berkovits Gross
  • German Reactions to Loss of War, Loss of Pride, Economic Depression A Narrative
  • The Story of My Life Leo M. Wulf
  • A Letter From Holland Cramer, Hans Born 7/24/09 - Died 2/l/85
  • DIARY Cohn, Carla Bloch nee
  • "Letters from Vienna" l939-l94l Kaufman, Gita
  • Non Jewish Victims of the Holocaust U. S. Holocaust Research Institute Library
  • Once My Name Was Sara Grebenschikoff, I. Betty
  • Facing the Lion - Liebster, Simone Arnold
  • Soaring Underground Orbach, Larry and Vivien Orbach-Smith (A Young Fugitive’s Life in Nazi Berlin).
  • Once The Acacias Bloomed - Spiegel, Fred
  • Margit Margit Feldman & Bernard Weinstein A Teenager's Journey through the Holocaust and Beyond
  • March to Freedom, Edith Singer, A Memoir of the Holocaust
  • My Father's Secret War, Lucinda Franks, A Memoir
  • Primo Levi - Stories and Essays
  • The Periodic Table, Primo Levi
  • Rescuing the Danish Jews by Ann Byers
  • Kristallnacht by James M. Deem
  • Auschwitz, Voices From the Death Camp by James M. Deem
  • Saving Children From The Holocaust, The Kindertransport by Ann Byers
  • The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Striking a Blow Against the Nazis by Linda Jacobs Altman
  • Liberation, Stories of Survival From the Holocaust by Betty N. Hoffman
  • Remember for Life, Holocaust Survivors' Stories of Faith and Hope
  • Five Diaries of Teenagers Who Died in the Holocaust Jacob Boas
  • Hidden Child of the Holocaust - Stacy Cretzmeyer
  • The Children of Chateau de La Hille - Sebastian Steiger


Nazism and Hitlerism

  • A Crack in the Wall Kruger, Horst Growing up under Hitler
  • Adolf Hitlelr, Toland, John
  • Anti-Semite and Jew Sartre, Jean-Paul
  • Anti-Semitism in The Soviet Union: Its Roots and Consequences Freedman, Theodore (Ed.)
  • Anti-Semitism Its History and Causes Lazare, Benard
  • Anti-semitismus Und Judisch Geschichte Herausgegeben,
  • Collaboration in Belgium - Leon Degrelle and the Rexist Movement Conway, Martin
  • Crystal Night Thalmann, Rita & Emmanuel Feinermann
  • Death Dealer Hoss, Rudolph - Edited by Steven Paskuly The memoirs of the SS Kommandant at Auschwitz
  • Der Fuehrer Heiden, Konrad
  • Dreyfus, A Family Affair Burns, Michael 1789 – 1945
  • Error Without Trial Bergmann, Werner (Ed.) Vol. 2 - Psychological Research on Anti-semitism
  • Fascism - A Reader’s Guide Laqueur , Walter (Eds.) Analyses, Interpretations, Bibliography
  • Forever in the Shadow of Hitler Knowlton, James and Truett Cates
  • Frauen - German Women Recall the Third Reich Owings, Alison
  • Gedenke! Nie, Vergiss
  • German Big Business and The Rise of Hitler Turner, Jr., Henry Ashby
  • Goebels. Reuth, Ralf Georg
  • Hitler Bullock, Alan A Study in Tyranny
  • Hitler Fest, Joachim C.
  • Hitler - The Path To Power Bracelen Floor, Charles
  • Hitler A Study In Tyranny Bullock, Alan
  • Hitler and Nazism Snyder, Louis L. Hitler’s twisted life, his bloody political career, the reign of terror he loosed upon the world.
  • Hitler and the Beer Hall Putsch Gordon, Jr., Harold J.
  • Hitler and the Final Solution Fleming, Gerald
  • Hitler and the Final Solution Fleming, Gerlad
  • Hitler Close-Up Lang, Jochen von Hitler in words and pictures by Heinrich Hoffmann, the dictator's personal photographer, and Henry Picker, his "diarist"
  • Hitler: Diagnosis of a destructible Prophet Redlich, M.D., Fritz
  • Hitler’s Aplogists: The Anti-Semetic Propaganda of Holocaust "Revisionist" ADL
  • Hitler’s Games - The l936 Olympics Hart-Davis, Duff
  • Hitler’s Mistress Eva Braun Gun, Nerin Based on never-before published diaries, letters and scrapbooks of the woman Hitler loved
  • Hitler’s SS Grunberger, Richard
  • In Remembrance of the Victims of the Nazi Pogrom of November l938 The Council of State & the People’s Chamber of the GDR
  • In the Shadow of The Reich Frank, Niklas A letter from a son to his father, Hans Frank, hanged at Nuremberg
  • Inhuman Research, Medical Experiments in German Concentration Camps, Alfred Pasternak, M.D., F.A.C.O.G.
  • Inside Hitler’s Greece - The Experience of Occupation l94l-44 Mazower, Mark
  • Julius Streicher Bytwerk, Randall L. The man who persuaded a nation to hate Jews
  • Life Unworthy of Life M. Glass, James Racial phobia and mass murder in Hitler’s Germany
  • Nazi Years - A Documentary History Remak, Joachim (Ed.)
  • Nazism Noakes, J. and G. Pridham, Editors A History in Documents and Eyewitness Accounts, l9l9 - l945.
  • Nazism l9l9-l945 Noakes, J. and G. Pridham, Editors l: The Rise to Power l9l9-l934
  • Nazism l9l9-l945 Noakes, J. and G. Pridham, Editors 2: State, Economy and Society l933-l939
  • Nazism l9l9-l945 Noakes, J. and G. Pridham, Editors 3: Foreign Policy, War and Racial Extermination
  • Nazism Resistance & Holocaust in World War II Laska, Vera A Bibliography
  • Selling Hitler Harris, Robert The story of the con job of the century – the faking of the Hitler "Diaries"
  • Square One Forster, Arnold The Memoirs of a True Freedom Fighter's Life-long Struggle Against Anti-Semitism, Domestic and Foreign
  • Stalin’s War Against The Jews Rapoport, Louis The Doctor’s Plot and the Soviet Solution
  • Surviving the Swastika MacKrakis, Kristie Scientific Research in Nazi Germany
  • The Anatomy of Nazism Raab, Earl
  • The Bormann Brotherhood Stevenson, William
  • The Cunning of History Rubenstein, Richard L. The Holocaust and the American Future
  • The Dreyfus Affair Schechter, Betty A National Scandal
  • The German opposition to Hitler Rothfels, Hans
  • The Last Days of Hitler Trevor-Roper, H.R.
  • The Life and Death of Adolph Hitler Payne, Robert
  • The Longest Hatred Wistrich, Robert S. Anti-Semitism
  • The Man With the Miraculous Hands Kessel, Joseph Himmler’s Private Doctor
  • The Men Who Tried to Kill Hitler Manvell, Roger & Heinrich Fraenkel
  • The Murder of Adolf Hitler Thomas, Hugh The truth about the bodies in the Berlin bunker
  • The Nazi Doctors Lifton, Robert Jay Medical Killing and the Psychology of Genocide
  • The Nazis - World War II Herzstein, Robert Edwin
  • The New Germany and The Old Nazis T. H. Tetens A frank and often shocking account which details how "Hitler's own" have managed to return to power in almost every walk of German life
  • The Nightmare Years l930-l940 Shirer, William L.
  • The Origins of Anti-Semitism Gager, John G. Attitudes Toward Judaism in Pagan and Christian Antiquity
  • The Persisting Question Fein, Helen (Ed.) Vol. I - Sociological Perspectives & Social Contexts of Modern Anti-semitism
  • The Pictorial History of The Third Reach Neumann, Robert with Helga Koppel A shattering photographic record of Nazi tyranny and terror.
  • The Rise of the Nazi Horror: Who was Responsible? Feder, Bernard
  • The Secretary - Martin Borman: The Man Who Manipulated Hitler Von Lang, Jochen
  • The Soviet Cage Korey, William Anti-Semitism in Russia
  • Unheralded Wounds Paris, Erna France and the Klaus Barbie affair
  • You Can’t Do Business with Hitler Miller, Douglas What a Nazi Victory would mean to every American.
  • Adolf Hitler John Toland


Personal Narratives

  • ‘80629’ A Mengele Experiment Church, Gene The powerful, inspirational, true life story of Jack Oran. Living proof that with persistence, deterination and belief in yourself all things are possible.
  • A German of the Resistance Moltke, James von 2nd Edition. The last letters of Count Helmuth
  • A History for Today, Anne Frank Anne Frank House
  • After the Holocaust Greenfeld, Howard The story of Young Men and Women afte the Holocaust
  • Against Silence Abrahamson, Irving (Eds) Vol 1-3
  • Alicia - My Story Appleman-Jurman, Alicia
  • Alive From The Ashes Harshalom, Avraham
  • All But my Life Klein, Gerda Weissmann
  • All But My Life - A Memoir Klein, Gerda Weissman
  • An Obsession with Anne Frank - Lawrence Graver
  • And the Sun Kept Shining Ferderber-Salz, Bertha
  • Anne Frank - The Diary of a Young Girl Pocket Book
  • Anne Frank - The Diary of a Young Girl Frank, Otto H. and Mirjam Pressler (Editor) readers companion
  • Anne Frank in the World o Mundo De Anne Frank
  • Anne Frank in The World Essays and Reflections Rittner, Carol (Ed.)
  • Anne Frank in the World: l929-l945 Anne Frank Center
  • Anne Frank Remembered Gies, Miep with Alison Leslie Gold
  • Another Kind of Witness Stehle, Bernard F.
  • Assignment Rescue Fry, Vatican
  • At the Heart of the White Rose - Letters and Diaries of Hans and Sophie Scholl Jens (Ed.), Inge
  • Being Witness Stories of the Holocaust Rochman, Hazel & Darlene McCampbell
  • By Bread Alone, Mermelstein, Mel - A Survivor of the Nazi Holocaust
  • Child of The Winds My Mission With Raoul Wallenberg Adachi, Agnes
  • Children in the Holocaust and World War II Holliday, Laurel Their secret diaries
  • Children of The Holocaust Epstein, Helen Conversations with sons and daughters of survivors.
  • Children With A Star Jewish Youth in Nazi Europe Dwork, Deborah
  • Darfur Diaries, Stories of survival, Jen Marlowe with Aisha Bain and Adam Shapiro
  • Days of Sorrow and Pain - Leo Baeck and the Berlin Jews Baker, Leonard
  • Dry Tears Tec, Nechama The Story of a Lost Childhood
  • Escape or Die Friedman, Ina R. True stories of young people who survived the Holocaust
  • Fern von Lambarene (in German) Steinfeld, Ludwika
  • Fragments - Memories of a Wartime Childhood Wilkomirski, Binjamin
  • Fragments of Isabella, Leitner, Isabella - A Memoir of Auschwitz
  • From Victims To Victors David, Peter Silverman & Peter Smuszkowicz The incredible saga of armed resistance fighters that thwarted the Nazis goal in the Second World War. The story of a small group of brave Jews of Jody during the Holocaust.
  • Genya Genya Finkelstein Left on Her own at the age of 11, she survived the holocaust
  • Genya Finkelstein, Genya Lift on her own at the age of eleven, she survived the Holocaust
  • Grand Illusion Egit, Jacob
  • Grauel - Exodus ‘47 Elfenbein, Eleanor
  • Hannah Senesh - Her Life & Diary Abba Eban Schocken Books - New York
  • Hiding Places Rose, Daniel Asa A father and his sons retrace their family's escape from the Holocaust
  • Holocaust Oral History Manual Center for Holocaust Studies Vol. 3, No. 7
  • Holocaust Testimonies - the ruins of memory Langer, Lawrence L.
  • Hope is My House Wigoder, Devorah
  • Hostages Svirsky, Grigory The personal testimony of a Soviet Jew
  • How Dark The Heavens - l400 Days In The Grip of Nazi Terror Iwens, Sidney
  • I Cannon Forgive Vrba, Rudolf & Alan Bestic The amazing true story of a seventeen year old Jewish boy who defied the Germans at Auschwitz and escaped to alert the world to the nazi horror camps.
  • I Have Lived a Thousand Years Bitton-Jackson, Livia Growing up in the Holocaust
  • I Shall Live Surviving Against All Odds l939-l945 Orienstein, Henry
  • In Sunshine and In Shadow: We Remember Them by Vera Herman Goodkin, Ed.D.
  • Jewish Holocaust Survivor’s Attitudes Toward Contemporary Beliefs About Themselves Lore Shelley Copyright l983
  • Journey of Conscience Rabinsky, Leatrice - Gertrude Mann Young people respond to the Holocaust
  • Literature or Life Semprun, Jorge
  • Living After the Holocaust: Reflections by Children of Survivors in America Steinitz, Lucy Y. with David M. Szonyi (Ed)
  • Luck, Coincidence or Providence Neuhof, Alexander
  • Messengers of God: Biblical Portraits and Legends Elie Wiesel
  • Misha - A Memoir of the Holocaust Years Defonseca, Misha
  • Night Wiesel, Elie
  • No Common Place Stark, Jared & Alina Bacall-Zwirn The Holocaust Testimony of Alina Bacall-Zwird
  • Once My Name Was Sara Grebenschikoff, I. Betty A Memoir
  • Parallel Journeys Ayer, Eleanor with Helen Waterford & Alfons Heck
  • Pathways through the Holocaust Isaacman, Clara An Oral History by Eye Witnesses
  • Quest - Searching for Germany's Nazi Past Brandenburg, Frank & Melchior, Ib A Young Man's Story
  • Schindler’s List Keneally, Thomas
  • Sentenced to Remember - My Legacy of Life in Pre-l939 Poland and sixty-eight Months of Nazi Occupation Kornbluth, William Edited by Carl Calendar
  • Shoah Lanzmann, Claude An Oral History of the Holocaust
  • Silences - My Mother’s Will to Survive Tashjian, Alice Agnes
  • Sophie Scholl & The White Rose, Dumbach, Annette and Jud Newborn
  • Survival Bottome, Phyllis
  • Survivors - True Stories of Children in the Holocaust - Allan Zullo & Mara Bovsun
  • Ten Marks and a Train Ticket, Benno's Excape to Freedom, Susy Goldstein, Gina Hamilton and Wendy Share
  • The Darkest Years Caitung, Severin & Marge
  • The Defiant Yoran, Shalom A true story of Jewish vengeance and survival
  • The Diary of Anne Frank - The Critical Edition The Netherlands State Institute for War Documentation
  • The Fall of Eben Emael Mrazek, Col. James E., USA (Ret.)
  • The Hunter Friedman, Tuviah The autobiography of the man who spent fifteen years searching for Adolf Eichmann
  • The Last Jews in Berlin Gross, Leonard
  • The Last Seven Months of Anne Frank Lindwer, Willy
  • The Last Seven Months of Anne Frank Lindwer, Willy
  • The Lost Childhood - A Memoir Nir, Yehuda A hair-raising story of six extraordinary years in the life of a Polish Jewish boy who, along with his mother and sister, survived World War II through cunning, deceit, and guile.
  • The Persistence of Youth Fisher (Ed.), Josey G. Oral Testimonies of the Holocaust
  • The Psychological Perspectives of the Holocaust and of Its Aftermath Braham, Editor, Randolph L.
  • The Secret of Priest's Grotto, A Holocaust Story, Taylor, Peter Lane and Christos Nicola
  • The Sunflower Simon Wiesenthal
  • The Survivor in Us All Rubinstein, Erna F. A Memoir of The Holocaust
  • The Triumphant Spirit Calzo, Nick Del Portraits and Stories of Holocaust Survivors...Their messages of Hope and Compassion
  • These I Do Remember - Fragments from the Holocaust Haas, Gerda
  • This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen Borowski, Tadeusz Tadeusz Borowski was born in the Ukraine in l922. Having survived Auschwitz and Dachau, he died by his own hand in Warsaw in l95l.
  • Upon the Head of the Goat Siegal, Aranka
  • Underground to Palestine and Reflections Thirty Years Later I.F. Stone The story of the modern exodus of the Jews across Europe to Palestine
  • Voices From The Holocaust Rothchild, Sylvia (Ed)
  • Warsaw Ghetto Berg, Mary A diary
  • We Struggled For Life Benshalom, Rafi The Hungarian Zionist Youth Resistance During the Nazi Era
  • When Memory Comes Friedlander, Saul
  • When Time Ran Out - Coming of Age in the Third Reich Zeller, Frederic
  • Witness The Holocaust Volume 1 Number 1 Spring 1987
  • Words that Burn Within Me, Faith, Values, Survival by Hilda Stern Cohen
  • Zlata's Diary - A Child's Life in Sarajevo, Zlata Filipovic
  • Clara's Story. Clara Isaacman The story of a young girl and her family's years of hiding in a sries of cellars, attics, and secret rooms to escape from Nazi persecution.
  • My Three Lives Gizel Berman A story of love, war and survival
  • Rescued Images Ruth Jacobsen Memories of a Childhood in Hiding
  • Life After the Ashes. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (The postwar pain and resilience of young Holocaust). survivors


Posters

  • "…Self-defense in the ghetto has become a reality. Jewish armed resistance and revenge are facts. I have been a witness to the magnificent, heroic fighting of Jewish men in battle.
    German soilders in the burning Warsaw Ghetto during the Jewish uprising, May 1943 and Captured Jews during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, May 1943
  • "For the Jews of East and Central Europe, the world is divided into places where they cannot live and places where they cannot enter"
    A young Jewish refugee who successfully fled Vienna with hekp of the Joint, 1938
  • "Kristallnacht" – November 9-10, 1938. A pogrom broke out all over Germany. Synagogues were burned, store windows were smashed, and thousandsof Jews were thrown into concentration camps.
    Jews from Baden Baden on their way to imprisonment, November 10, 1938 and A synogogue burning in Baden Baden on "Kristallnacht," November 9, 1938.
  • "The Revenge Group" – Jewish partisans near Vilna
    "I don’t know what took more courage: to stay in the ghetto with my family or to join the partisans in the forest and take revenge"
  • "We survived Hitler. Death is no stranger to us. Nothing can keep us from our Jewish homeland. The blood is on your head if you fire on this unarmed ship
    An "illegal" immigration ship with 1,259 Jewish refugees aboard captured by the British near Haifa port, June 27, 1946
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    Oswiecim Oskarza Przypomina
  • A special decree confined Jews tro enclosed ghetos
    Trade in the warsaw Ghetto and Entrance to the Munkacz Ghetto, 1944
  • Adolph Hitler – addressing his supreme commanders and commanding Obersalzberg, August 22, 1939 and Talaat instructions to the government of Aleppo September 16, 1915
  • Amidst the Sea of Darkness
    Hinka Guard militia, humiliating a pious Jew in Slovokia, 1942 and A Righteous Gentile from Hungary, Mrs. Olga Fischer Kovacs, planting at tree at Yad Vashem. IN the background are some of the Jews that she saved and their families, 1988
  • An older woman with Jew signs all over her
    Three smaller pictures: A sign over the entrance to the Judenrat building in a Warsaw Ghetto, Food disribution in the ghetto and A typical day in the Warsaw ghetto
  • Anthony Dubovsky: The Land of Polin
  • Auschwitz Warns
    This poster in an Initiative for a better future in Poland and Germany
  • Auschwitz Warns
    An abstract picture of reaching hands
  • Before the War
    Before the rise of Nazism, Jews were part of the cultural, social and economic life of Germany. Although a tradition of anti-Semitism existed, they were unpreparing for the extremes of Nazi persecution.
  • Before the War
    Most Jews lived in segregated Jewish sections of Eastern European cities, towns and villages. In Roman Vishniac’s photograph of the Jewish quarter of Warsaw in 1938, Jews in traditional garb of long black coats can be seen alongside those in modern clothing.
  • Children who survived the Holocaust
    Jewish brigade soiler teaching Hebrew at the "Rishonim" training farm, Bari (Italy), 1944
  • Children who survived the Holocaust
    Jewish Brigade soldier teaching Hebrew at the "Rishonim" training farm, Bari Italy 1944
  • Deportation and Abandonment: Auschwitz Suitcases
    Foreground: Suitcases confiscated from prisoners after "selection" process at Auschwitz – Birkenau Background: document regarding luggage and packing instructions specifying the personal belongings that could be taken on a transport September 9, 1942
  • Henry Morgenthau U.S. Ambassador to Turkey 1913-1916
    Secretary of State, Washington. 858, July 16, 1 p.m. Confidential. Have you received my 841? Deportation of and excesses against peaceful Armenians is increasing and from harrowing reports of eye witnesses it appears that a campaign of race extermination is in progress under a pretext of reprisal against rebellion. Protests as well as threats are unavailing and probably incite the Ottoman government to more drastic measures as they are determined to disclaim responsibility for their absolute disregard of capitulations and I believe nothing short of actual force which obviously United States are not in a position to exert would adequately meet the situation. Suggest you inform belligerent nations and mission boards of this. American Ambassador, Constantinople
  • Hitler
    Prior to invading Poland, Hitler Encouraged his officers by citing world indifference to the atrocities committed by Turkey: "Who, After All, speaks today of the annihilation of the Armenians?"
  • Hitler: "The ultimate and most decisive cause of the German collapse is the failure to recognize the racial problem and especially the Jewish menace"
    German children reading the Nazi party newspaper in school. And A drawing in an anti-Semitic children’s book showing how to identify "Jewish racial" features.
  • Ideology of racial hygiene
    Instruments used for measuring different things.
  • Imagine Being a Prisoner of War in Your Own Country
    During World War II, Japanese Americans were wrongfully put in concentration camps by order of the United States government. They lost everything they had, including their constitutional rights. How much longer will it be intil we admit our mistake? SUPPORT THE REDRESS OF JAPANESE AMERICANS
  • Jewish Resistance
    Jews fought against the Nazis both inside the ghettos and throughout the countryside. This group of Jewish partisans of the Bielsk unit in Poland was photographed in May 1944
  • Jews from all over Europe were deported to the "East"; they thought they were being sent to work
    The expulsion of the Jews from Amsterdam, Summer 1943 and Page of Wannasee Conference minutes, January 20, 1942 and Expulsion of Jews from Drohobycz, Poland
  • KL Auschwitz – Birkenau
    A paint splat that is twisted into a braid
  • Locating the Victims
    Foreground: Hollerith tabilator and sorter, German Hollerith Machine Company. Background: SS Race Office Punch Card Photo: Women entering 1933 census data pnly punch cards for the German Hollerith Machine Company.
  • Lost Childhoods
    Pictures of different children who perished in various places due to the Holocaust
  • May 8, 1945, Victory day :"Sad, very sad" (David Ben-Gurion)
    1945: Bergen-Belsen, after liberation, April 1945
  • More Quotes from Talaat
    "To the Government of Aleppo "Jan 15, 1916 – We hear that certain orphanages which have been opened receive also the children of the Armenians. Whether this is done through ignorance of our real purpose, or through contempt of it, the Government will regard the feeding of such children or any attempt to prolong their lives as an act entirely opposed to its purpose, since it considers the survival of these children as detrimental. I recommend that such children shall not be received into the orphanages, and no attempts are to be made to establish special orphanages for them. "Masters of the Interior"
  • Near East Relief Poster of Armenian Slave Girls Rescue from Turks at the Cost of Five Dollars per girl and Tatto marks on rescued Armenian slave showing names of previous "Owners"
  • Never Again
    Abstract way of writing Auschwitz with a black background
  • Never more
    Pictures of many many victims
  • New York Times Articles 10/31/1914 – 9/14/1915
  • New York Times Articles 9/17/1915 – 11/3/1915
  • Nuremberg Tribunal
    The Nazi dream of a "master race" came to an end at the War Crimes Trials held at Nuremberg in November 1945. The United States, England, France and the Soviet Union joined forces to stand in judgment of "crimes against humanity." Here, at the opening of the trials, the indictment is read against twenty-four leaders of Nazi Germany
  • One of the first anti-Jewish measures called for an economic boycott on April 1, 1933
    SA Soldier preventing Germans from buying in Jewish stores during the economic boycott.
  • Oswiecim Ostrzega
    A candle that turns into a lot of dead bodies.
  • Persecution of the Jews
    Jews were then deprived of their legal and civil rights as an avowed objective of the Third Reich. The Nazis were also determined to exclude them from German cultural life. Intellectuals and professions were among the first victims of persecution. Here, a German Jew is forced to wear a yellow star of David.
  • Persecution of the Jews
    The Nazis began with a determined plan to exclude Jews from the economy and proclaimed a general boycott of all Jewish-owned business on April 1, 1933. Thousands of Jewish shops, like Brunn Department Store in Berlin were defaced with signs, stars, and caricatures.
  • Please Remember
    A black and white picture of many candles in the shape of the Star of David with a pair of bloken glasses in the center
  • Quotes from Talaat
    "No. 809 "To the Government of Aleppo. " Dec. 29, 1915. – We hear that there are numbers of alien officers on the roads who have seen the corpses of the above mentioned people (the Armenians) and are photographing them. It is recommended as very impoirtant that those corpses should at once be buried, and not left so exposed. "Minister of the Interior"
  • Quotes from Talaat
    "No. 809 "To the Government of Aleppo." Jan. 15, 1916. – We hear that cerytain orphanages which have been opened receive also the children of the Armenians. Whether this is done through ignorance of out real purpose, or thought contempt of it, the Government will regard the feeding of such children or any attempt to prolong their lives as an act entirely opposed to its purpose, since it considers the survival of these children as detrimental. I recommend that such chikdren shall not be received into the orphanages, and no attempts are to be made to establish special orphanages for them. "Minister of the Interior, Talaat"
  • Remembering the Voices That Were Silent
    Days of Remembrance 1990
  • Rescue: The Danish Boat
    Foreground motorboat, Denmark, ca. 1930s and 1940s. Courtesy of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Background: Nautical map showing the Oresund, th body of water between Denmark and Sweden. Courtesy of the Library of Congress, Washington, DC. Photo: Danish citizens, probably including members of the resistance, fleeing from Denmark to Sweden, probably summer 1944. Courtesy of Museum for Denmark’s Fight for Freedom, 1941-1945, Copenhagen
  • Resistance
    Map of Eastern Europe during WW2 with pictures of artifacts fpo that time as well.
  • September 1, 1939: World War II erupts. The German invasion of Poland was accompanied by the mistreatment and humiliation of Jews.
    German tanks invading Polnd September 1, 1939 and Cracow Jews
  • Six Million Murdered
    There is no way to establish an accurate figure for the total number of Jews murdered in the Final Solution. In 1945, the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal estimated that 5,700,000 Jews had been killed by the Nazis, representing two-thirds of the pre-war Eruopean Jewish population.
  • Slaves and Masters: The slaves are moved by fear and terror, while the masters are moved bu hatred. Everyone is either an enemy or a foe.
    Food distributers in Flossenburg and Forced labor at Flossenburg concentration camp.
  • Spiritual Resistance: Theresienstadt Butterfly Toy
    Foreground: Butterfly toy on wheels made of painted wood and wire by an anonymous artisan in the carpentry workshop at the Theresienstadt ghetto according to a dwaring by Professor Milos Bic, a Protestant clergyman imprisoned in the Little Fortress. On loan to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum from the Terezin Memorial Background: Map of the Theresienstadt ghetto, Summer 1944. Courtesy of H.G. Adler. Photo: Deportation from Theresienstadt ghetto to the assembly center at Plzen en route to the "East," 1942.
  • Starved Armenian Mother with her Two Starved Children and Corpses of Victims Outside Armenian Church
  • Talaat
    Turkish minister of the interior and one of the ruling triumvirate. The ex-telegrapher was merciless in directing the slaughter of 1.5 million Armenians and was unmoved by any human appeals.
  • Talaat: Modern Turkish Hero
    Today, Turkey commemorates the heroism of Talaat. In the capital city of Ankara, Turkey has erected a mausoleum and renamed a major boulevard in Talaat’s honor. In Istanbul, it has named a school after him.
  • The Armenian Genocide: 1915-1923
  • The Deportations
    Uprooted from their homes, millions of Jews were deported to concentration camps where they awaited further forrors. Here, a group of Jews wait in line at Bohusovice, near Theresienstadt in Czezhoslovakia, for trains to transport them to the Auschwitz death camp in Poland.
  • The Deportations
    With the outbreak of the War, nazi policy shifted from persecution to internment of Jews in concentration camps. Throughout occupied Europe, Jews were forced into ghettos which served as way stations for The Final Solution. Here, terrified women and children are being rounded up for deportation during the Warsaw Ghetto uprising in April, 1943.
  • The Final Solution
    Hitler decided that the "Final Solution to the Jewish Problem" was to murder every Jew who fell into Nazi hands. The Germans deliberately created conditions in the ghettos which made the outbreak of epidemics inevitable; they resorted to mass starvation, they conducted mass executions and they ****
  • The Final Solution
    The Nazis established dozens of death factories throughout Germany and occupied Europe for processing their victims. This mass grave at Bergen-Belsen in Germany with thousands of emaciated and tortured bodies was discovered after the defeat of Nazi Germany. It stands as testimony to one of the most horrible and destructive chapters in human history.
  • The Final Solution
    The product of Hitler’s rule was a sadistic system of destroying human lives, in which Nazi politicians, scientists, and doctors willingly participated. Millions passed through doors of gas chambers of their death. Auschwitz, Poland, was a notorious extermination center.
  • The Ghetto
    Jewish refugees find shelter in a synagogue in the Warsaw ghetto and Forced labor in the Lodz Ghetto.
  • The Holocaust 1933-1945
    Anti-Jewish Laws: Shortly after Hitler’s appointment as Reich Chancellor on January 30, 1933, the Reichstag (German parliament) began to institute a series of anti-Jewish decrees. Sections of these laws are quoted below: Nuremberg Laws: With the passage of the Nuremberg Laws by the Reichstag on September 15, 1935, the first direct attack on all individual Jews was launched. These laws marks sharp progression toward an irreversible anti-Semitic policy. In the future, no Jew would be able to escape intensified persecution.
  • The Holocaust: 1933-1945
    A Chronology
  • The Holocaust: 1933-1945
    Jewish Yellow star of David from France, Collection of the Jewish Museum, New York
  • The Holocaust: 1933-1945
    Three quotes from: Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, philosopher, theologian and teacher; Pastor Martin Niemoller Protestant Leader and Survivor of Dachau; and A Christian Czech Resistance Fighter Executed by the Nazis respectively.
  • The Jews were transported to the death camps. Upon their arrival they underwent selection: the weak to their immediate death and the strong to forced labor.
    A selection of Hungarian Jews at Auschwitz. 1944 and The Transport of Jews from Lodz to the death camps.
  • The Loss of Identity: Auschwitz Prisoner Shoes
    Foreground: Men’s, Women’s and children’s shoes confiscated from prisoners following "selection" process at Auschwitz – Birkenau. Background: Document showing inventory of victims’ personal belongings sent back to the Reich for redistributiuon from Auschwitz and Majdaneh, February 6, 1943
  • The Nazis rise to Power
    The Nazi Parade, Nuremberg 1935 and Prisoners in the Dachau concentration cam in the 1930s
  • The Rise of Nazi Germany
    On January 30, 1933, President Hindenburg appointed Adolf Hitler as Reich Chancellor (Prime Minister). The Nazi Party adopted anti-Semitism as a focal point of its policies. Hitler is seen here arriving for a huge May Day youth parade in Berlin’s Olympic Stadium.
  • The Rise of Nazi Germany
    With Hitler’s rule, frenzied mass meetings replaced decisions in voting booth and fluttering flags replaced political discussions. Heidelberg in the 1930’s festooned with Nazi flags, gives evidence of the transformation of Germany under fascism.
  • The Survivors:
    When the Allied armies finally crushed Hitler’s legions the evidence of Nazi atrocities emerged everywhere. Margaret Bourke-White’s photograph of the "living dead at Buchenwald," April 1945, depicts the conditions of survivors at one of the infamous death camps.
  • They Shall Not Perish
    Campaign for $30.000.000 American Committee for relief in the near east. Armenia – Greece – Syria – Persia
  • To Live Again
    Hundreds if children escaped from the Holocaust and wandered across the Europe and Asia for years. Here, some of the children are seen on their arrival in Palestine in 1943. Jewish survivors have rebuilt their lives, and given birth to new families in Israe and other countries.
  • To some Americans, Arizona looked just like Auschwitz
    During World War II< Japanese Americans were wrongfully placed in concentration camps by order of the United States government. They lost everything they had, including their constitutional rights. How much longer will it be until we admit our mistake? Support the redress of Japanese Americans.
  • Wieczna Pamec
    Poster from Auschwitz
  • With the German incasion of the Societ Union on June 22, 1941, mass murder of the Jewish population in the newly occupied territoriesd began.
    An Einsatzgruppen execution squad and a "Biuletin" the Bund undergroung newspaper, Yiddish, Warsaw, October 10, 1941.
  • Yad Vashem
    Hitler and a child in SA uniform, 1932 and A Jewish boy in the Warsaw Ghetto, 1943
  • Isolating the Victims: Stars, Triangles, and Markings
    Different badges used to seapatate the Jews from everyone else.


Rescuers

  • A Million Jews To Save. Biss, Andre
  • A Secret Press in Nazi Europe. Kowalski, Isaac The story of a Jewish United Partisan Organization
  • Assignment: Rescue. Fry, Varian. Varian Fry describes the methods he used to get thousands of hunted men and women to safety.
  • Blessed Is the Match The Story of Jewish Resistance. Syrkin, Marie
  • Conscience and Courage. Fogelman, Eva Rescuers of Jews during the Holocaust
  • Darkness Over Danmark - The Danish Resistance & The Rescue of the Jews - Ellen Levine
  • Heroes, Antiheroes, and the Holocaust: American Jewry and Historical Choice, David Morrison
  • Holocaust Oral History Project (VOICE) Article - Unlikely Liberators Vol. III, Issue 1
  • Jewish Resistance in Nazi-Occupied Eastern Europe, Reuben Ainsztein
  • In Kindling Flame - The story of Hannah Senesh l92l-l944. Atkinson, Linda
  • Karski How One Man Tried to Stop the Holocaust. Wood, E. Thomas and Stanislaw M. Jankowski
  • Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed. Philip Hallie The story of the village of Le Chambon and how goodness happened there.
  • Liberators - A Background Report. Stern, Kenneth S.
  • Martyrdom and Heroism. Teaching the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising - after 30 year
  • Memoirs of a Fortunate Jew - An Italian story. Segre, Dan Vittorio
  • Operation Action. William R. Perl
  • Ordinary Heroes Chana Szenes and the Dream of Zion. Hay, Peter
  • Rescue & Resistance by Jewish Youth during the Holocaust. Levin, Nora
  • Resistance - The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.Gutman, Israel
  • Resistance During the Holocaust. US Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Righteous Gentile. Bierman, John The story of Raoul Wallenberg, missing hero of the Holocaust
  • Schindler's Legacy Brecher, Elinor J. True stories of the list survivors
  • Secretaries of Death. Shelley, Lore Accounts by fomer prisoners who worked in the Gestapo of Auschwitz
  • The Altruistic Personality - Rescuers of Jews in Nazi Europe Oliner, Samuel P. and Pearl M. Oliner
  • The Book of The Just. Silver, Eric The unsung heroes who rescued Jews from Hitler.
  • The Courage To Care. Rittner, RSM Carol and Sondra Myers, Editors
  • The End of the Holocaust. Bridgman, Jon The liberation of the camp.
  • The Fugu Plan The Untold Story of the Japanese and the Jews During World War II. Tokayer, Marvin & Mary Swartz
  • The Holocaust. Stadtler, Bea A history of courage and resistance
  • The Liberation of the Nazi Concentration Camps 1945 U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council Eyewitness accounts of the liberators
  • The Moses of Rovno. Huneke, Douglas K. The stirring story of Fritz Graebe, A German Christian who risked his life to lead hundreds of Jews to safety during the Holocaust.
  • The Path Of The Righteous. Paldiel, MordecaiGentile rescues of Jews during The Holocaust.
  • The Redeemed Children. Lappin, Ben - The story of the rescue of war orphans by the Jewish Community of Canada
  • The Shame and the Sacrifice. Robertson, Edwin -The life and martyrdom of Dietrich Bonhoeffer
  • The Shame and the Sacrifice. Robertson, Edwin - The life and martyrdom of Dietrick Bonhoeffer
  • Surrender On Demand, Fry,Varian
  • The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Congress for Jewish Culture
  • Their Brothers’ Keepers, Friedman, Philip
  • Wallenberg. Marton, Kati, The gripping biography of the World War II heo who helped thousands of Jews excape the Nazis.
  • When Light Pierced The Darkness. Tec, Nechama Christian rescue of Jews in Nazi-Occupied Poland
  • With Raoul Wallenberg in Budapest. Anger, Per


Theology

  • A Blessing to Each Other Bernardin, Cardinal Joseph and Jewish Catholic Dialogue
  • A Theological Understanding of the Relationship between Christians and Jews 199th General Assembly (1987) Presbyterian Church
  • Bridges: An interdisciplinary Journal of Theology, Philosophy, History and Science Spring Summer 90
  • Bridges: An interdisciplinary Journal of Theology, Philosophy, History and Science Fall winter 89
  • Bridges: An interdisciplinary Journal of Theology, Philosophy, History and Science Spring Summer 89
  • Cross Currents: In each others Likeness Pogany, Eugene L.
  • Dimensions of The Holocaust Lefkovitz, Elliot
  • Dimensions of the Holocaust Wiesel, Elie, Lusy Dawidowicz, Dorothy Rabinowitz, Robert Mcaffee Brown
  • Ethics After Auschwitz Littell, Franklin H.
  • Explorations American Interfaith Institute/World Alliance of Interfaith Organizations Vol. Ll, No. 2, l997
  • Faith and Freedom: A tribute to Frankil H. Littell Libowitz, eds. Richard
  • Journeying: Together in Christ Brzana, Sanislaus J. and Anothony M. Rysz The report of the Polish National Catholic Roman Catholic Dialogue
  • Liturgies on the Holocaust Littell (ed) Marcia Sachs
  • Long Nights Journey into Day Eckard, Alice L. and A. Roy Eckardt A revised Retrospective on the holocaust New Covenent Profecy Edition
  • Perspectives on We Remember: A Reflection on the Shoah Edward Idris Cardinal Cassidy
    Reform Judaism Summer 1994
  • Rekindling the Flame: American Jewish Chaplains and the Survivors of European Jewry 44-48 Grobman, Alex
  • Sacred Journey The Journal of Fellowship in Prayer, April 1999
  • The Challenge Of the Holocaust for Christian Theology Pavlikowski, O.S.M. Father John T.
  • The Church confronts the Nazis: Barment then and Now Locke Hubert, G.
  • The Clampitt Lectures 1988 – 1989 Trinity United Methodist Church
  • The Holocaust As a Rational Event Pawlikowski, John J.
  • The Nature of Revelation in the Christian tradition from a reformed perspective Advisory Council on Discipleship and Worship
  • The Princeston Seminary Bulletin: The Church and Israel Migliore (eds) Daniel L.
  • The Unnecessary Problem of Edith Stein Cargas, Harry James


War - Hate Crimes

  • Justice - Holocaust Survivors and Friends in Pursuit of Justice Volume 2, Number l
  • Justice, Justice Shall You Pursue Holocaust Survivors and Friends in Pursuit of Justice Volume l, No.l
  • Nazi War Criminals In America: Facts...Action Allen, Charles R. Jr. The Basic Handbook
  • Nuremberg, Infamy on Trial Prsico, Joseph
  • The Belarus Secret Loftus, John This book reveals how after World War II the Unites States government illegally permitted the entry into America of Nazis from Eastern Europe
  • The Crime and Punishment of I.G. Farben Borkin, Joseph
  • The Crime and Punishment of I.G. Farben Borkin, Joseph The Unholy Alliance Between Hitler and the Great Chemical Combine
  • The House on Garibaldi Street Harel, Isser The first full account of the capture of Adolf Eichman
  • The Investigation of Nazi Crimes l945-l978 Ruckerl, Adalbert
  • The Nazi Doctors and the Nuremberg Code Annas, George J. & Michael A. Grodin Human Rights in Human Experimentation
  • The Nazi Hunters Ashman, Charles/Robert Wagman The shocking true story of the continuing search for Nazi War Criminals
  • The Nazi Hunters: The Shocking True Story Of The Continuing Search for Nazi War Criminals Ashman, Charles and Robert J. Wagman
  • The Prevention of Genocide Leo Kuper Its Political Use in the Twentieth Century
  • The Trial of Ivan The Terrible Teicholz, Tom State of Israel vs. John Demjanjuk
  • The Wiesenthal File Levy, Alan
  • Tyranny on Trial - The Evidence at Nuremberg Harris, Whitney R. 3 copies
  • Waldheim Rosenzweig, Luc & Bernard Cohen
  • War Crimes and Laws Of War (Second Edition) Wells, Donald A.