The Museum’s Collections document the fate of Holocaust victims, survivors, rescuers, liberators, and others through artifacts, documents, photos, films, books, personal stories, and more. Search below to view digital records and find material that you can access at our library and at the Shapell Center.
Rodin's Bourgeois de Calais: commemorating a French national ideal in London / Axel Lapp Making the Great War great: 1914-18 war memorials in Wallonia / Laurence van Ypersele Belonging to a 'grandiose' family: visual memory and representations of the chain of solidarity between the generations in French First World War culture / Marie-Monique Huss The Scottish National War Memorial / Angus Calder Ordeal and re-affirmation: masculinity and the construction of Scottish and English national identity in Great War memorial sculpture 1919-30 / J.A. Black Memory and prophecy among the war-graves: Hans Chlumberg's drama, Miracle at Verdun / Brian Murdoch - 'To the Lads who came back': memorial windows and Rolls of Honour in Scotland / William Kidd War, family, commemoration: a path to history / J.S. Seriot Remembering and embroidering in Jean Rouaud's family cycle Geoff Woollen / Communal myth and silenced memories: the unremembered experience of Italians in Scotland during the Second World War / Wendy Ugolini Liberating France without the French: grammars of representation / Hilary Footitt The victims of the purges in Liberation France: between memory, oblivion and catharsis / Francois Rouquet Memory, distortion and the war in German popular culture: the case of Konsalik / Maggie Sargeant The problematic commemoration of war in the early films of Alain Resnais / Alastair Duncan Pierre Drieu la Rochelle, Louis Malle and the ambiguous memory of French fascism / Hugo Frey Occupation memories: French history and the Aubrac affair in the 1990s / Hanna Diamond and Claire Gorrara Transmission of memory in the classroom: France and the Algerian war in the 1990s / Jo McCormack From 'hereditary enmity' to Franco-German entente: shared memory and the construction of friendship / Jean-Marc Trouille
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Based on the Stirling War and Memory conference held at the University of Stirling on March 18-19, 2000.
Learn about over 1,000 camps and ghettos in Volume I and II of this encyclopedia, which are available as a free PDF download. This reference provides text, photographs, charts, maps, and extensive indexes.