Getting Started and Getting Help!
Explore databases and resources relevant to research in Holocaust Studies. Use the tabs on the left to find specific types of resources, such as journal articles, books, and reference works that will be helpful in completing your assignments.
Questions? Need help? Contact Brian Vetruba, European Studies and Holocaust Studies Librarian (email@example.com). Drop-in office hours: Thursdays, 3-4pm via Zoom. You can also schedule an appointment with Brian.
Other ways to get help:
- Peer Research Consultants. Make an online 30 minute appointment for one-on-one peer assistance with your research. Get help with researching your topic, finding sources, citing sources and more. Peer Research Consultants can also help you get started with faculty-sponsored research.
- Chat 24/7 Online with the Libraries. Ask us anything! Chat with a librarian, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with any research or library questions.
Primary Source Databases & Archives
Primary Sources via Libraries Search
Primary Source Searches in Libraries Search
Additional primary source materials can be found by searching the Libraries Search. Enter one of the terms below and keywords of the event as subject keywords.
- "personal narratives"
- "documentary film"
Databases for Scholarly Articles and Books
Click "view online," "PDF," or the button to connect to the full text if we have it. The will also indicate whether a print copy is held in the Libraries. If not available, request the item via Interlibrary Loan.
A select list of journals available via UMN Libraries covering the Holocaust.
For additional titles, see the Catalog search:
Citing your sources (e.g. MLA, APA, etc.)
Many article databases (e.g. Academic Search Premier, Google Scholar) will create a citation for you. After you found the item, look for "cite" or "quotes." Here are examples:
In Google Scholar:
In Academic Search Premier: