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The Holocaust

This guide provides links to resources that may be useful in researching topics related to the Holocaust.

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About this guide

This guide was created in March 2018 for Dr. Kurlander's HIST 331 students, but it may be useful for anyone who is researching topics related to the Holocaust. It features library and web resources that can be used to find primary and secondary sources on the Holocaust.

Getting Started

Do you need to choose or refine your research topic? Are you looking for a broad overview of your topic? A specialized encyclopedia article can be helpful at the beginning of the research process. An encyclopedia should not replace a primary or secondary source in your paper, but it may have a bibliography that can lead you to other sources. Try using the following resources to find an encyclopedia article on topics related to the Holocaust.

Secondary Sources

The following databases are useful for finding secondary sources:

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