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					THE HOLOCAUST AND NAZI PROPAGANDA
Your search for information on the Holocaust and Nazi Propaganda can include books, periodical
articles, online databases, and authoritative Internet resources.

Books
Use the Library Catalog available on the Library Home Page to find books on this topic that are
available in the Cerritos College Library. Books can provide a broad overview of a topic or in-depth
information. You can search for books by Author, Title, Subject, or Keyword. Suggested subject headings
include:
       Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
       Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Personal narratives
       Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Moral and ethical aspects
       Holocaust survivors
       Jews – Germany – History – 1933-1945
       National Socialism
       Nazi persecution
       Nazi propaganda
       World War, 1939-1945 – Concentration Camps
Reference Sources

Reference Books and Reference Databases are a good starting point for your research because they
help you become better acquainted with your topic. Listed below are some reference books that may be
useful in your research.

Bearing Witness: a Resource Guide to Literature,                  Dictionary of the Holocaust: Biography, Geography,
Poetry, Art, Music, and Videos by Holocaust Victims               and Terminology
and Survivors                                                     Reference D804.25 .E67 1997
Reference D804.3 .R67 2002

The Encyclopedia of Propaganda                                    Encyclopedia of the Holocaust
Reference HM263 .E53 1998                                         Reference D804.3 .E53 1990

Historical Dictionary of the Holocaust                            The Holocaust Chronicle
Reference D804.25 .F57 1999                                       Reference D804.25 .H654 2003

History in Dispute: The Holocaust, 1933-1945                      Oryx Holocaust Sourcebook
Reference D20 .H543 2003 V 11                                     Reference D 804.3 .H6 F47 2002

The Columbia Guide to the Holocaust                               Historical Atlas of the Holocaust
Reference D804.3 .N54 2000                                        Reference G1797.21 .D29 H5 1996

Encyclopedia of Holocaust Literature                              The Holocaust Film Sourcebook
Reference PN56 .H55 E53 2002                                      Reference PN1995.9 .H53 H66 2004 (2 vols.)

The Encyclopedia of Jewish Life Before and During                 Holocaust Literature
the Holocaust                                                     Reference PN56 .H55 H655 2008
Reference DS135 .E8 E45 2001 (3 vols.)


Facts on File, CQ Electronic Library and the Gale Databases are online resources that may provide
useful background information and statistical information as well.


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Magazine, Journal and Newspaper Articles

Journals and magazines usually provide the most current information on a topic. Journal articles are more
scholarly or professional while magazine articles tend to be shorter and more general. Newspaper articles,
while not usually scholarly or professional, can give you the most current news and some additional facts
on your topic.
To find articles on your topic, use one of the online databases listed below. These databases usually
provide full-text articles on almost every topic. They are available via the Library Home Page. Conduct
your search in these databases by using subject headings and keywords similar to those you used to
locate books.

      EBSCOhost                  World Book Encyclopedia                       Gender Watch
                                 Complete Suite
      Ethnic News Watch          Gale Databases                                Project Muse

      In the First Person                                                      Proquest Newspapers

For remote access to the library databases, login to the Library using your Cerritos College ID number.

See the Database Page or handout for a complete description of the Cerritos College Library online
resources.

For historical research, the Library also has print indexes that must be used to find older articles, generally
anything published before 1975.
Internet Sites
The Internet can be a valuable source for supplementing the information you have gathered from books
and periodicals. It is important that you evaluate the information you get from the Internet to determine if
it is reliable and useful to your research. A few Internet sites that may be useful are listed here.

 United States Holocaust Memorial Museum                         The Holocaust: A Learning Site for Students
 http://ushmm.org/                                               http://www.ushmm.org/outreach

Nazi Propaganda Images                                           USC Shoah Foundation Institute
http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/worldwars/wwtwo/                    http://college.usc.edu/vhi
German Propaganda Archive                                        The History Place : Holocaust Timeline
http://www.calvin.edu/academic/cas/gpa/                          http://www.historyplace.com/worldwar2/holocaust/timeli
                                                                 ne.html
Auschwitz: Inside the Nazi State                                 Museum of Tolerance
http://pbs.org/auschwitz                                         http://www.museumoftolerance.com

BBC News - Origins of the Swastika
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/magazine/4183467.stm

Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (University of Minnesota)
http://www.chgs.umn.edu/
To see propaganda posters:
        From the home page, click on: Histories, Narratives, Documents
        Scroll down to: Visualizing Otherness
        Click on: I: Nazi and other use of visual representation

Holocaust Encyclopedia – Nazi Propaganda
http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/article.php?lang=en&ModuleId=10005202




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