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Holocaust studies can be highly interdisciplinary. In addition to the resources shown here, please feel free to consult with appropriate other Subject Guides according to your topic (art, literature, music, psychology, etc.)
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Documentary Films

The Filmakers Library Online can be searched by geographic location, yielding hours of documentaries on Europe.  It is especially strong in Shoah Studies, especially on the Holocaust in Poland and the Danish evacuation.  

Warsaw Ghetto - Documentaries 


Films on Demand
(BYU campus only)

Films on Demand Films on Demand is a collection of 7,500 full-length videos and 90,000 video clips in subjects including Area Studies, Language Arts, History, Philosophy, Political Science and World Languages.


Shoah: Holocaust Studies Materials in the HBLL




Click on the tabs above to explore resources that will help you with your research in Holocaust Studies . These pages include reference sources (background information), journal articles and reviews, books, primary sources, and other scholarly websites.

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