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Experiencing History: Holocaust Sources In Context provides access to digital primary sources from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Explore diaries, letters, photographs, historic film footage, artistic responses, testimonies, and more.

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Women's Experiences

Find below a selected list of books and e-books about Jewish women in the Holocaust. Explore the historiography of one aspect of women's experiences in "Understanding Sexual Violence During the Holocaust: A Reconsideration of Research and Sources" by Regina Mühlhäuser, German History (39.1), 2021.

Women's experiences (primary sources):

Click here for a list of several additional books held by our library that contain primary accounts written by women. Some titles incorporate significant secondary criticism.

Women's experiences (secondary sources):

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Fortunoff Archive

Gitenstein Library is a partner site for Yale University’s Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies, which records, collects, and preserves Holocaust witness testimonies. The Fortunoff Archive holds more than 4,400 testimonies, which are comprised of over 12,000 recorded hours of videotape. See Instructions for registering and accessing the Archives.

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