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\This guide is designed for History 262 and should enable the user to locate primary and secondary reources related to the destruction of the European Jews. The guide is divided into four sections:
1) Home - Provides Links to the subject specialists for this area and major databases of testimonies, phographs and other primary material.
2) Search UNC - Provides search boxes for the library catalog, Articles+, and Google Scholar.
3) Film & Cinema - Provides links that will allow the user to locate films and reviews.
4) News - Provides link to major news outlets that provide coverage of the period.
Additional Academic Holocaust Resources
Scroll down to view his Holocaust coursepages
Explore this course site, particularly the weblinks tab
Scroll down to see WEBiliographies including good links to H-Holocaust, Simon Wiesenthal Center, Nitzkor Project, etc.
This site provides excellent resources to the documentation of the Holocaust in many formats and genres
Compiled by Adam Jones, Ph.D. (last update 2008), this site accompanies Jones’ Genocide: A Comprehensive Introduction (Routledge, 2006)
Nazi Propaganda: 1933-1945 will be of particular interest. An analysis of some of this material will be found in his Bending Spines: The Propagandas of Nazi Germany and the German Democratic Republic (Michigan State University Press, 2004)
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