Investigating the Holocaust  --  Reading Elie Wiesel's book Night

 

Suggested online sources:

ABC-CLIO Social Studies Databases (link on Library Databases page)

Grolier Online  (link on Library Databases page)

Finding Dulcinea http://www.findingdulcinea.com 

          Suggested searches:   Judaism

                                         World War II  (then look for the section on the Holocaust on that page.)

          Best link:  Yad Vashem website

(Hint: Be sure to take home a copy of the database password so you can work from home.)

 

Suggested print resources:

 

     Nazi Party:

               The Nazis (943.086 L)

               Kristallnacht: Prelude to Destruction (940.53 G)               

 

     Adolph Hitler:

               Adolf Hitler: a Study in Hate (B HIT)

               Hitler and his Henchmen: Profiles in History (943.086 H)

               The Life and Death of Adolf Hitler (B HIT)

 

     The Holocaust:

               Daily Life During the Holocaust (Ref. 940.04 S)

               Holocaust: The Events and Their Impact on Real People (940.53 W)

               Propaganda and Mass Persuasion (Ref. 303.3 C)

               Smoke and Ashes: The Story of the Holocaust (940.53 R)  

 

     Judaism:

               Judaism (296 ROS)

               The Encyclopedia of World Religions (Ref. 200.3 E)

 

     Ghettos:

               The Holocaust Ghettos (940.53 A)

               Notes From the Warsaw Ghetto... (914.38 R)

               

     Concentration Camps:

               The Death Camps (940.53 L)

               The Holocaust Camps (940.53 B)

               The Holocaust: Death Camps (940.53 H)

 

(Hint: Look carefully at the book display when your class visits. We have a wealth of sources that explain the time period and events.)

 

 

Other suggestions:

 

Databases: check additional Library Databases on this website.

Books: check the Destiny catalog (Hint: start with www.library.nycenet.edu and navigate to Edison)

Search engines: www.sweetsearch.com

                       https://duckduckgo.com (Hint: only after you have exhausted all the sources on Finding Dulcinea)

 

Need help? Consult your librarians! They are here to help you find answers...

 

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02/25/2016

 

               

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