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Holocaust and Genocide Research Guide: European Holocaust

Use this guide to find UNO library resources and other helpful research tools.

General Resources

Encyclopedias

Atlases

Biographies and Memoirs

General Histories

The literature on the European Holocaust is vast. For much more on the Holocaust, try some of the browsing strategies suggested above.

Memory and the Holocaust

Nebraska Holocaust Memorial, Wyuka Cemetery, Lincoln

We build memorials to remember and to honor. We grapple with evidence (the historian's primary sources) in an effort to know what happened in the past.  We further struggle to understand what happened in the past.  To study the Holocaust is to despair and to marvel at humanity. Perhaps more than any other event in living memory, the Holocaust demands this of us.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

 

Yad Vashem: World Center for Holocaust Research, Documentation, Education, and Commemoration

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