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Holocaust Center - Ammerman Campus

This center provides a wealth of sources for researching the Holocaust and World War II.
Ammerman Campus, Huntington Library - 2nd Floor
10:00am-2:00pm Mon-Thurs. and by appointment
(It is best to call ahead before making a visit to verify hours.)
Phone: (631) 451-4700
The Center's Holocaust resources can be found in the Library Catalog and many can be borrowed from the library.

Suggested Websites


Search Tips

Try some of these search keywords in the Library Catalog and Databases.
Concentration Camps
Try specific camp names: Aushwitz-Birkeau, Chelmno, Buchenwald, Dachau, etc.
Remember these camps may have different names in different languages so try to think of the various names that could be used in the primary sources and research.
Death Camps
Detention Camps
Extermination Camps
Holocaust Memorials
Internment Camps
Jewish Holocast
Nazi persecution
Nuremberg Trials
Prisoners of War
Slave labor camps
War crime
World War, 1939-1945

Featured Titles

If you find a book at a different campus, your librarian can request it be delivered to your campus library!  This process will usually takes 2-3 days.
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Hitler’s charisma: Leading millions into the abyss - Laurence Rees
Call Number: Eastern DD247.H5 R44 2014
ISBN: 9780307389589
Publication Date: 2014

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Operation Paperclip: The secret intelligence program that brought Nazi scientists to America - Annie Jacobsen
Call Number: Eastern D810.S2 J33 2014
ISBN: 9780316221047
Publication Date: 2014

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The swastika’s darkening shadow: Voices before the Holocaust - Monty Noam Penkower
Call Number: Ammerman & Grant DS134.255 .P46 2013
ISBN: 9781137302458
Publication Date: 2013


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