The Horror: 1933-1945

Busse Library provides these resources and book titles for students and faculty seeking information on the Holocaust and World War II. For the purposes of this project, the Holocaust is defined as the period from 1933-1945 during which the Third Reich attempted to destroy the European Jewish community.

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Antisemitism -- Lesser-Known Victimized Groups -- Adolf Hitler -- Nazi Party History and Politics -- Landmarks and Victimized Cities -- The World and America's Response -- The Holocaust Era: Art, Literature, Film, Music,and Photographs -- Nazi Propaganda -- The Resistance -- The Camps and the Final Solution -- Displaced Persons, Immmigration, and Refugees -- Busse Library Resources

Antisemitism

 

Lesser-Known Victimized Groups

 

Adolf Hitler (1889-1945)

 

Nazi Party History and Politics

 

 

Landmarks and Victimized Cities

Berlin

 

Bucharest

 

The Czech and Slovak Republics: The Former Czechoslovakia

 

Krakow

 

Prague

 

The World and America's Response

 

The Holocaust Era: Art, Literature, Film, Music,and Photographs

 

Nazi Propaganda

 

The Resistance

 

The Camps and the Final Solution

 

The Concentration Camps

Auschwitz

 

Bergen-Belsen

 

Buchenwald

 

Dachau

 

Mauthausen

 

Plaszow -- the camp featured in Schindler's List

 

Ravensbruck -- a women-only camp

 

Sachsenhausen -- reserved mainly for POWs

 

Treblinka

 

Mechanisms of the Final Solution

The Ghettos and Railroad Transports

 

I.G. Farben and Zyklon B: The Gas Chambers

 

Engineers of the Final Solution

Adolf Eichmann -- driving force behind the Final Solution who began use of ghettos and railroad transports

 

Joseph Goebbels -- head Nazi Propaganda Minister

 

Amon Goeth -- commandant at Plaszow

 

Josef Mengele -- The "Angel of Death," Head Doctor at Auschwitz

 

 

Displaced Persons, Immigrants, and Refugees

 

 

Busse Library Resources

  • Dwork, Deborah. Children with a star: Jewish youth in Nazi Europe / 1991. D804.3 .D86 1991
  • Frank, Anne. The diary of Anne Frank: the critical edition / 1989. DS135.N6 F73313 1989
  • Georg, Willy. In the Warsaw Ghetto: summer 1941/ c1993. DS135.P62 W269 1993
  • Gutman, Israel. Anatomy of the Auschwitz death camp / c1994. D805. P7 A53 1994
  • Keneally, Thomas. Schindler's list / 1983. PR9619.3.K46 S3 1983
  • Lipstadt, Deborah E. Denying the Holocaust: the growing assault on truth and memory / c1993. D804.35 .L57 1993
  • McCullough, David G. America and the Holocaust: deceit and indifference / c1994. Video D 810.J4 A753
  • Reinharz, Jehuda. Living with antisemitism; modern Jewish responses / c1987. DS145. L628 1987
  • Roberts, Timothy. Opening the gates of hell: American liberators / c1992. Video D 805. A2 O64 1992
  • Swiebocka, Teresa. Auschwitz: a history in photographs / c1993. D805.P7 A8813 1993
  • Wiesenthal, Simon. Justice, not vengeance / c1989. DS135.A93 W53913 1989
  • Wyman, David S. The abandonment of the Jews: America and the Holocaust / c1984. D810.J4 W95 1984

 

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