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Primary Sources Online
Full-Text Primary European Historical Sources Online
Holocaust Collection From primary documents of the National Archives and the US Holocaust Memorial Museum...
Oral History Online (ASP) In-depth indexing to more than 1,800 collections of Oral History in English from around the world. The database is updated regularly. By the end of the 2004, it will point to 300,000 pages of full text, 2,500 collections, 600 video files, and 1,600 audio files --- and it will continue to grow year by year.
Shoah on EuroDocs Description of this database.
Testaments to the Holocaust (Gale) Electronic holdings of the Wiener Library in London, England. These holdings also include publications of the Wiener Library. The collection includes Nazi propaganda materials; Hitler Youth materials; pamphlets, books; and a rare encyclopedia of anti-Semitism. The core of the collection is 1,200 eyewitness accounts dealing with the pogrom of 1938 through the scope of the Holocaust. Also included are photographic materials.
Primary Source Search
You can locate records for primary sources within the HBLL catalog by using the specific keyword "sources" within the "subject" field.
By combining the word "sources" with other relevant terms elsewhere, e.g., "Holocaust" you can can find relevant primary sources lurking in the Harold B. Lee Library.
These may include survivors' testimonies, diaries, manuscripts, letters, transcriptions, translations and other items considered to be primary sources.