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Monday, 15th February 2010

Annotated Webliography: Holocaust Resources on the Web

Holocaust resources on the Web: Finding Some of the Best Sites

From the Webliography:

The Holocaust was one of the most significant events of the 20th century, and it had impact on many different areas, including politics, psychology, sociology, ethics, philosophy, and religion. As such, it is not surprising to find that there is a great deal of Holocaust coverage on the Internet. Yet there is a kind of unevenness to the Holocaust sites, with some focused on personal and individual experiences and others of broader scope. This article draws attention to some of the best sites available. It also aims to cover some of the sites addressing related areas impacted by the Holocaust.

Resources are organized into several categories:

+ Comprehensive

+ Historical

+ Reference

+ Subject-specific sites

+ Discussion Lists

+ Electronic Journals

This well done, useful, and important resource was compiled and annotated by John Jaeger, a doctoral research and reference librarian at Dallas Baptist University.

Source: C&RL News


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