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The Literary Imagination and the Holocaust: Home

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Introduction

Research material on the literature of the Holocaust is available in many different formats. This guide presents a variety of tools which will help you discover useful sources for your research; if you have specific problems using these tools, the reference librarian on duty will be glad to assist you. Always feel free to call or e-mail Carmen for individual help.

Rosl Haas Uhlfelder at Nuremberg

Rosl Haas Uhlfelder, standing, right, at the railway station in Nuremberg, next to a railway car for the transportation of household goods before being "transported" to Lublin, Poland with other Nuremberg Jews. (Photograph, courtesy, Professor Steve Cerf)

Anne Frank: the only existing film images

Film Analysis - Yale University

A Guide to Film Analysis from Yale University Film Studies

Voices on Antisemitism - USHMM Podcast

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