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This guide is designed to acquaint you with the major databases and resources in the Spring Hill College Library Collection or available through the Internet. For further assistance contact the Library Subject Liaison or the Reference Desk at 251 380-3880.
Library Subject Headings

See LC Classification DD 253 - 256.8 (Germany: Hitler and National Socialism)
See LC Classification DS 133 - 151
(Jews - Outside Palestine)

Link to the Library of Congress Classification site for a list of subject terms. "Controlled Language" is a library concept that simply limits the terms that describe a given subject. For quick access do a "keyword search in the catalog, then view the Subject headings attached to the individual item records. Similar subjects are shelved together so by searching with Controlled Language terms you should be able to retrieve a more robust set of results (i,.e. more appropriate to your research topic. See a Reference Librarian for additional information about subject versus keyword searching.

The Library Catalog  
    Search the Online Catalog for all formats. Journal searches by title will soon be included in the catalog. For now, search Serials Solutions. To find articles in journals use the Databases suggested below. For Videocassettes and DVD's search the Online Catalog or the Holocaust Videos page.
Dictionaries and Encyclopedias
  Encyclopedia Britannica
An excellent source for an introduction to this topic.

The Encyclopedia of Jewish Life Before and During the Holocaust. , Shmuel Spector, editor in chief, Geoffrey Wigoder, consulting editor, foreword by Elie Wiesel. Ref DS135 .E8 E45 2001

  The Jewish Encyclopedia
This online version of an early edition predates the Holocaust. Nonetheless it is a very useful resource.
Databases: Indexes, Abstracts, and Full Text Resources
The full text online version of the Encyclopedia of Science and Technology   ACLS History E-Book Project
  RAMBI The Index of Articles on Jewish Studies
From Hebrew University in Jerusalem, RAMBI is an index to all areas of Jewish studies. Several thousand articles are available in full text. Please ask a librarian for assistance in finding the text of other items.
  Ethnic News Watch
Over 2000 publications covering the Ethnic Minority and Native press in the United States.
  New York Times 1851 - 1999
The New York Times (1851-1999) offers full page and article images with searchable full text back to the first issue. The collection includes digital reproductions providing access to every page from every available issue
  Holocaust Resource Center and Archives & Queensborough Community College - CUNY Links to the Center's extensive array of Holocaust materials.
Selected Web Sites
The principal missions are the commemoration and documentation of the events of the Holocaust, collection, examination, and publication of testimonies to the Holocaust, the collection and demoralization of the names of Holocaust victims, and research and education.
  Holocaust Chronicle
An online version of the print edition of The Holocaust Chronicle, published by Publications International, Ltd, April 2000. Each chapter represents a year of Nazi Germany.
  Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust
An outstanding site. "An overview of the people and events of the Holocaust through photographs, documents, art, music, movies, and literature".
  The Holocaust Education Program Resource Guide
  Holocaust Survivors
Offers a very real and personal connection to the victims of the Holocaust.
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  Survivors of the Shoah
Steven Spielberg's mission: "to videotape and preserve the testimonies of Holocaust survivors and witnesses", dramatically presented on this exceptional web site. Holocaust Studies
Well presented, includes many links to other Holocaust related pages as well as additional information about Jewish life and culture.
Deals with issues of Holocaust denial, among other things.
  The Jewish Virtual Library
An exceptional resource sponsored by the American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise. The Jewish Virtual Library is a prime source of information about the Holocaust, anti-Semitism, Judaism, Jewish history, and Israel.
  Jewish Labor and the Holocaust
Presented by the Robert F. Wagner LAbor Archives at NYU
  The Avalon Project
A unique sight incorporating primary documents form the annals of history including Nazi translated documents and the proceeding of the Nuremberg trials among others.
Web Search Tools
  The Holocaust
Comprehensive. Compiled by the Theology Department at Spring Hill College.
  DEMOZ The Open Directory Project
The Web's biggest human-edited directory of the Web. Search 'Holocaust' or 'Shoah'.
  Social Studies School Service
Over 40 titles of interest to Holocaust researchers
  The Librarians Index to the Internet
Each link is evaluated by people. a search for Holocaust retrieves over 40 useful sites.
  The Internet Scout Project
Search Holocaust to retrieve over 35 evaluated sites.
Follow these links for additional information on this topic:
SHC Library Catalog
SHC Research Guides
SHC Search Engines

Last Update:
October 27 2005

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