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HIST 4000: Resistance to the Nazis: Government Docs

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.

A Few Useful U.S. Government Documents

There are few U.S. government documents from the World War II era about resistance to the Nazis.  A few documents which may be useful are:

Documents Collections

 The BGSU Libraries house collections of United States, Ohio, Bowling Green, and Canadian government documents.  For more information, see the Government Information LibGuide

Useful Databases

When you know the title of the item you are seeking, the first step is to search by title in an online catalog.

Useful Print Indexes

Cumulative Subject Index to the Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publicationis 1900-1971
MAIN GOV DOCS INDEXES Z 1223 .A 1973x v.1-15

Cumulative Title Index to United States Public Documents 1789-1976
MAIN GOV DOCS INDEXES Z 1223 .Z7L47J83 v.1-16

Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publications, 1895 - 1976

PAIS (Public Affairs Information Service), 1915 - 1972
REF Z 7164 .E2P34


U.S. State Department Declassified Documents on Raoul Wallenberg

The U.S. State Department has an online collection of full text, declassified documents about the disappearance of Raoul Wallenberg.  To search this collection, click on the U.S. State Department search page for their declassified documents collection.  Put a check mark in the box next to "Wallenberg," type your search term in the search box and click on the Search button.