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View Resource Voice Vision: Holocaust Survivor Oral Histories

This Website features print, audio, and video versions of oral histories given by survivors of the Nazi Holocaust of the Jews. Voice Vision, maintained by the University of Michigan-Dearborn's Mardigian Library, offers extensive audio and print selections from twelve survivors, a sampling taken from the 330 hours of audio and 60 hours of video tape from over 150 Holocaust survivors collected by...

http://holocaust.umd.umich.edu/
View Resource Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies

Fortunoff Video Archive features print, audio, and video versions of oral histories given by survivors of the Nazi Holocaust of the Jews. It is housed at the Sterling Memorial Library at Yale. The Website provides information about the archive; a guide to research that takes users to the library's online catalog; links to information about edited video programs of testimonies available for loan...

http://web.library.yale.edu/testimonies
View Resource Shattered! 50 Years of Silence: History and Voices of the Tragedy in Romania and Transnistria

The Nizkor Project (first mentioned in the May 19, 1998 Scout Report for Social Sciences) has just posted online Dr. Felicia (Steigman) Carmelly's 1997 book, Shattered! 50 Years of Silence. The book, which focuses on the Holocaust in Romania and Transnistria, has been revised and updated for this Internet edition, which includes more current information about political groups and several new...

http://www.nizkor.org/hweb/people/c/carmelly-felicia/
View Resource Voices of the Holocaust

Presented by the British Library, Voices of the Holocaust consists of personal, oral testimonies gathered from Jewish men and women who came to reside in Britain. These testimonies are true stories told by Holocaust survivors that depict life during this horrifyingly tumultuous time. The testimonies are divided into six main categories -- life before the Holocaust, ghettos and deportations, the...

http://www.bl.uk/learning/histcitizen/voices/holocaust.html
View Resource Silent Witness: the story of Lola Rein and her dress

This small and powerful exhibition from the US Holocaust Museum tells how Lola Rein escaped the Nazis by hiding for seven months, spending the days in a 4x6-foot hole dug below a barn, with three other Jews. Rein was eight years old when she went into hiding on a summer day, wearing a dress embroidered by her mother, a talented seamstress. In 2002, Rein donated the dress to the Holocaust Museum,...

https://www.ushmm.org/exhibition/silent-witness/lola/flash/i...
View Resource Life After the Holocaust: Stories of Holocaust Survivors After The War

Perhaps no event in the 20th century (or in recorded history) has been as well-documented and archived as the Holocaust that took place in Nazi Germany during the late 1930s and 1940s. Many groups and organizations have sought to place some of the materials they have collected online, and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is one such organization that should be applauded for their...

https://www.ushmm.org/exhibition/life-after-holocaust/