Sources for Holocaust Research Paper?
I am writing a 10 page research paper that requires 6 - 8 main sources. I can use anything from books, online articles, movies, documentaries, etc.
What are some helpful sources out there that would be helpful for this research paper?
- dingdongLv 67 years agoFavorite Answer
Stories of Survival(accessed 6-16-06) http://www.adl.org/children_holocaust/children_mai...
survivors(accessed 6-16-06) http://www.dailycardinal.com/article/797991
Weisel (accessed 6-16-06) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elie_Weisel
1. Holocaust Writings: 1990-1995
what was being written about the Holocaust from 1990 to 1995. The paper examines the type of information coming out at that time and discusses what was happening in the country as it may relate to Holocaust examinations.
2. Holocaust Survivors: How Do Scholars Differ On The Historical Usefulness And Reliability Of Personal Testimonies?
How have scholars differed on the historical usefulness and reliability of personal Holocaust testimonies? For the most part, response has been in favor of the authors, inasmuch as an abundance of cohesion with regard to details that one cannot realistically question such authenticity. However, there are but a handful of so-called scholars who contend that the Holocaust was nothing but a political hoax. The writer discusses varying opinions as they relate to the validity of personal Holocaust testimonies.
3. Holocaust Rescue Efforts
The Jews have been, perhaps, one of the most persecuted of all peoples throughout history. Their pursuits to survive as both a people and a religion have been paved with pits and valleys from the time they began the struggle to reclaim what has been lost to political and social strife. In spite of the fact that the Jews were mercilessly persecuted at the hands of the Germans, they have fought hard to survive as a collective people; a significant component of that fight came from the courageous Holocaust rescue efforts.
4. Holocaust Survivors/First-hand Account
examines the stories of seven Holocaust survivors. There are people who have seen Hell. They've looked pure evil in the face, and the face that evil wore was ours. Everyday people, ordinary German citizens who had been drafted by their country's official government, set about the systemized extermination of an entire people. Today, over fifty years later, there are groups of white supremacists who say it didn't happen, and against their hatred there are still voices that tell their stories. Here are seven of those voice.
5. America's Reluctance to Act During he Holocaust
examines what went on in Nazi Germany, who in the U.S. knew about it when, and why it took so long for the U.S. to act. A couple of theories are examined and it is argued that the U.S. hesitancy is attributable primarily to economic interests.
6. Hitler And The Holocaust
Hitler firmly believed that the white race was created to dominate over all others. In an attempt to annihilate those considered unworthy of such privileges afforded only to Caucasians, Hitler proceeded to extinguish anyone who was not to his ethnic liking. The Jews suffered most at the hands of this maniac, who forced millions to endure unspeakable torture and suffering; death came to represent their only salvation. Hitler firmly believed that the white race was created to dominate over all others. In an attempt to annihilate those considered unworthy of such privileges afforded only to Caucasians, Hitler proceeded to extinguish anyone who was not to his ethnic liking. The Jews suffered most at the hands of this maniac, who forced millions to endure unspeakable torture and suffering; death came to represent their only salvation.
7. Role of Ordinary Germans in Holocaust
A 40 page research paper that discusses in detail the theories that have been formulated to explain the participation of the ordinary German soldier in the Holocaust, the extent of this participation and the possible reasons that have been proposed to explain the willingness of ordinary Germans to follow the orders that resulted in genocide. In particular, the writer focuses on the work of Christopher Browning (Ordinary Men,1992) and D.J. Goldhagen (Hitler's Willing Executioners, 1996).
8. US RESPONSE TO THE HOLOCAUST
discusses the question of advanced knowledge of the crimes against the European Jews before the United States became involved in WWII. Wymann, Gilbert, Laquer, and Novick's books are compared and contrasted on this point, conclusions are drawn and examples given which tend to indicate that the US did have knowledge.
- 5 years ago
An objective of organizing a research paper is to allow people to read your work selectively. When I research a topic, I may be interested in just the methods, a specific result, the interpretation, or perhaps I just want to see a summary of the paper to determine if it is relevant to my study. To this end, many journals require the following sections, submitted in the order listed, each section to start on a new page. There are variations of course. Some journals call for a combined results and discussion, for example, or include materials and methods after the body of the paper. The well known journal Science does away with separate sections altogether, except for the abstract