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HIST 4000: Resistance to the Nazis: Articles

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.

Magazine Articles From the World War II Era

Find Full Text Articles

To find full text journals, see the E-Journals, Journals, Magazines, and Newspapers page.

If you already have a citation, try OhioLINK's Journal Article Lookup.

Finding Articles at Google Books and Google News Archive

Google Books now has full text of some periodicals, including several from the World War II era.  You can specify results from Magazines on the Advanced Search page.

A few examples of interesting articles from the World War II era are:

"The French Underground," Life (Aug. 24, 1942)

"Dutch Broadcasting Formula," Billboard (April 8, 1944)

"Tito's Partisans," Life (Dec. 6, 1943)


 Google News Archive also has full text of some magazines and newspapers from the World War II era.  

A few examples of relevant articles from the World War II era are:

"Angered by Resistance, Nazis Slaughter 61 in Italian Town," Milwaukee Journal

"German Students Revolt," Ottawa Citizen

Finding Articles from Historic Newspapers

The Newspapers: Finding Current and Historical Newspapers LibGuide includes information about and links to many sources of historical newspapers.