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Maag Microform Center Special Collections (With Paper Indexes)
Hebrew University Contemporary Jewry Oral history collection. Part II: World War II, the Holocaust,
Resistance, and Rescue Micro film 400
League of Nations documents Micro film 186
O.S.S. and State Department intelligence and research reports Micro film 25, Micro film 455-459
Potsdam Conference documents Micro film 486
Records of the International Affairs of the Ukraine 1918-1949 Micro film 546
New York Times [1851 to date] Micro film X 2000 Index. Searchable online at NYTimes.com
Pravda [1921-April 1958; 1968 -June 1991] in RussianMicro film X 0391
Times (London) [1785 to date] Times Paper Index Micro film X 399
Youngstown Vindicator [1886 TO DATE] Index for some of the 1930’s. Micro film X 1026
Maag Library Research Databases
Materials for your research can be found in the nearly one hundred OhioLINK research databases provided
to you from MaagNet, including:
Encyclopaedia Judaica second edition
See print version above for details. Web edition is included in the Gale Virtual Reference Library. To search only in EJ,
Use the advance search limit feature, “publication title” “Encyclopaedia Judaica”
Index and abstracts to articles covering world history from 1450 to present (excluding U.S.A).
Supplies full text articles from the very first volume to the last 3-5 years for approximately 240 titles in the Arts &
Sciences. Note: If you are using JSTOR from home, use the proxy server found in our Off-Campus Access link on
the library’s homepage.
Electronic Journal Center
OhioLINK’s collection of full-text, peer reviewed electronic journals.
Oral History Digital Collection
The Maag Library oral history collection contains interviews with local Holocaust survivors, Jewish community
leaders and more. See the alphabetical list of headings.
American Jewish History Society
Columbia University’s list of resources on Anti-semitism
Hebrew University’s list of resources on Holocaust
H-net is an international interdisciplinary organization of scholars and teachers.
Holocaust Denial on Trial: David Irving v. Penguin Books and Deborah Lipstadt
This site provides transcripts of the trial: testimony, evidence and verdict. Also has a collection of news articles and time lines. Searchable.
This site provides information on material held by the National Archives dealing with assets looted by the Nazis; includes such topics as alien property, art, banking, labor camps, and restitution. Finding aids, bibliographies and online documents are presented.
The Holocaust History Project
a free archive of documents, photographs, recordings, and essays regarding the Holocaust, including direct refutation of Holocaust-denial.
JTA: The Global News Service of the Jewish People
NEW 2011: A digital archive contains some 250,000 articles covering Jewish news around the world, 1923-present. JTA closely tracked antisemitism and played an especially important role in documenting the Holocaust as it was taking place. Here are links to an article or video on the new resource.
Lekket: The World Union of Jewish Studies article database
Literature of the Holocaust
This site offers links to over 150 sites of interest to Holocaust researchers.
The Nuremberg war crimes trial
Part of the Avalon Project at the Yale Law School, the site contains important texts and documents relating to the trials.
Remember.org (A Cybrary of the Holocaust)
An excellent general site with art, photography, painting, audio/video, and memorials.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Site contains links to maps, online exhibitions, scholarly publications, survivors’ registry, and related archival material. In 2011, the USHMM and Ancestry.com launched the World Memory Project to” allow anyone, anywhere to help build the largest free online resource for information about victims and survivors of the Holocaust and Nazi persecution.”
William A. Rosenthall Judaica collection and Rosenthall papers.
NEW 2010: A work in progress at the University of Charleston, of particular interest for Holocaust studies is Rabbi Rosenthall’s images of synagogues around the globe, including European synagogues which were either destroyed or converted to stables and warehouses by the Nazis.