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
The Czech and Slovak Republics: The Former Czechoslovakia
Plaszow -- the camp featured in Schindler's List
Ravensbruck -- a women-only camp
Sachsenhausen -- reserved mainly for POWs
I.G. Farben and Zyklon B: The Gas Chambers
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
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