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Educational Resource Guide on the Holocaust

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Educational Resource Guide on the Holocaust

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The publication of this guide was made possible by a grant from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, Inc.

Holocaust Resource Center and Archives

(718) 225-1617 Fax (718) 631-6306
E-mail: hrcaho@worldnet.att.net

The City University of New York
222-05 56th Avenue, Bayside, New York 11364-1497

Queensborough Community College
The City University of New York, Bayside, New York 11364-1497
Dr. Kurt R. Schmeller, President of the College

Holocaust Resource Center and Archives
Telephone: 718-225-1617 o Fax: 718-631-6306
E-mail: hrcaho@worldnet.att.net


Alfred Lipson, Chairman
Anne B. Morse, Vice-Chairperson
Arlyne Samuels, Secretary
Lucette Bloomgarden
Mel Dubin
Sandra Fine
Samuel Kostman
Adam Mandelblatt
Rev. Guy Massie
Catholic-Jewish Community Relations Council
Rabbi Fabian Schoenfeld
Young Israel of Kew Garden Hills
Past Chairpersons
Dr. Sandra Delson
Dr. Owen Bernstein, American Jewish Congress
May D. Ladman, Member, Board of Directors,
Jewish Women International
Gerdi E. Lipschutz
Dr. William L. Shulman, Director of the Center
Sarah Roberts, Assistant to the Director

The Holocaust Resource Center and Archives was established to provide an educational resource for organizations and schools in the community. It is a nontax-levy project of the Queensborough Community College Fund, Inc.,
made possible through the generosity of donors.


The Holocaust Resource Center and Archives at Queensborough Community College is located in the basement of the Library Building on the campus of Queensborough Community College, 222-05 56th Avenue (near Springfield Boulevard) in Bayside, New York 11364.

The overall educational objectives of the Center and Archives include:

  • Providing a resource for schools and community groups in Queens and surrounding areas.
  • Educating the community with regard to the background, facts, and implications of the Holocaust.
  • Serving as a source of information for students, teachers, and the general public

About This Publication

This catalogue contains a selected listing of books, films, video-tapes, and other audio-visual material available from the Holocaust Resource Center to any school or community organization for the purposes stated above. The audio-visual materials must be reserved at least two weeks in advance. Reservations may be made by calling the Center at (718) 225-1617, FAX: (718) 631-6306, Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., or Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. E-mail: hrcaho@worldnet.att.net

The bibliography included in the catalogue is not exhaustive and includes only a small portion of the approximately 10,000 books and 600 videos housed in the Center. It is designed primarily as a guide for teachers and students. The collection of books and periodicals as well as the microfilm and microfiche collections and the collection of interviews with survivors on audiotape are available for use in the Center. A separate videography is available upon request. Books are available for borrowing by the public and through inter-library loan.


8 European Jewry Before the Holocaust
10 The Holocaust: A General Overview
12 Germany, Hitler, and the Growth of Nazism
16 The Geography of the Holocaust
17 The Ghettos
19 Concentration and Extermination Camps
22 Resistance
24 Rescue
27 Perpetrators, Bystanders and Collaborators
28 Other Victims of Nazi Persecution
29 Liberation
31 Nazi War Crimes and Judgement
32 The Survivors and the Second Generation
35 Theological and Philosophical Reflections
36 Specialized Studies
37 Women and the Holocaust
39 Deniers and Denial