Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies
- Documents from Theresienstadt
Theresienstadt (Terezin) was a unigue "ghetto-camp" located in
Czechoslovakia during World War II. Over 140,000 Jews were deported there between Novemebr 24, 1941 and May 9, 1945. The camp was used for propaganda purposes by the Nazis an in turn created an atmosphere in which art and culture took place in spite of the harsh living conditions.
- Documents from the Holocaust A collection of various documents in relation to the Holocaust. Collection includes, passports, letters, forms and badges.
- Philatelic and Numismatic Aspects of the Holocaust Stamp and coin collections from post-Holocaust Europe, post-Holocaust Israel, USA and Canada and Nazi Philatelic Items.
- "Bolshevism Without a Mask!", Pamphlet from Nazi Germany about the rise of Fascism, and the Bolshevik influence on Europe through art, politics and other means.
- Das Lied vom Levi, (The song of Levi) a 1933 edition of an 1895 Anti-Semitic tract.
- Life Under Nazism, Collection of slides that are an official product of NSDAP to depict some of the "normal" everyday life and activities of Nazism.
- World War II Document from Military intelligence, Europe requesting that American POWS who have been released not talk about their experiences. Courtesy of the Virginia Holocaust Museum.
- The Warsaw Uprising Series by Ludwik Cierslik, Polish Artist drawings of the Warsaw Uprising of October 1944, when the Poles stood against the German Army.
- Drawings of George Zielezinski,Polish Artist and Dachau Concentration Camp Survivor.
- From Vienna to Shanghai to Toronto - The Journey of Jewish Refugee Susan Muller.