ASC 4170: The Holocaust

Books in the Main Stacks

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Antisemitism

Holocaust

Nazi

Genocide Germany

World War 1939-1945 Jewish Resistance

Dictionaries & Encyclopedias

Holocaust Reference Sources

Adler, C. (Ed.). (1964). The Jewish encyclopedia; a descriptive record of the history, religion, literature, and customs of the Jewish people from the earliest times (Vols. 1–10). New York: Ktav Pub. House. Call No: DS102.8.J4 A3

Alpher, J. (Ed.). (1986).Encyclopedia of Jewish history : events and eras of the Jewish people. New York: Facts on File. Call No: DS118 .E465 1986b

Cohen, S. S. (Ed.). (1987).Antisemitism : an annotated bibliography (Vols. 1–3). New York: Garland.
Call No: DS145 .A5747

Levy, R. (Ed.). (2005).Antisemitism : a historical encyclopedia of prejudice and persecution (Vols 1–2). Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO. Call No: DS146.E8 A58 2005

Wistrich, R. (Ed.). (1982).Who’s who in Nazi Germany. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson.
Call No: CT1063 .W48 1982b

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