History - Holocaust: Primary Sources

About Primary Sources

Letters, interviews, photographs, and diary/blog entries are all examples of primary sources. Primary sources provide first-hand evidence of an event or subject, and they can be unpublished or published.  PCC Library's collection incudes published primary sources including autobiographies and personal journals. The Internet provides a wealth of access to primary sources through websites of historical societies, museums, organizations, educational institutions, and governmental entities. Consult Using Primary Sources on the Web, published by the American Library Association.

Jewish Partisan Educational Foundation

Jewish Partisan Educational Foundation: Tells the stories of Jews who fought back against the Nazis as Jewish partisans.

Life After the Holocaust

Life After the Holocaust: Read or listen to survivor interviews and browse through family photos. Sponsored by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.