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HIST 4000: Resistance to the Nazis: Home

A guide to library and Internet resources that may be useful in researching resistance to the Nazis and the rescue of some of the victims.


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This research guide pulls together a variety of sources you may want to use if you're conducting historical research on resistance to the Nazis. 

Want to know where to start your research?  First, decide if you're searching for primary or secondary sources.  If you put your mouse on the Primary Sources or Secondary Sources tab above, the links for the pages underneath will appear.  Under Primary Sources, you'll find pages with resources to identify and locate Books, Articles, Government Documents, and Internet Sites.  Under Secondary Sources, you'll find pages of resources for locating Books and Articles.

Author of this LibGuide

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Maureen Barry
152 Jerome Library