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Voices of the Holocaust a documentary project / by Illinois Institute of Technology.

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    Archives seventy English-language transcribed interviews (and digitized audio of some of these) conducted in 1946 by Dr. David Pablo Boder, an IIT psychology professor. The interviews were recorded using wire recorder technology of the 1940's developed by Professor Marvin Camras, also of IIT. These interviews are first-hand accounts of incredible tales of horror, survival, and liberation of 70 victims of Nazi atrocities and oppression during World War II. The interviewees included farmers, lawyers, artists, carpenters, and others from all economic levels, and covering many nationalities and languages from across Europe.
    Format
    Online resource
    Published
    [Chicago] : Galvin Library, Illinois Institute of Technology, [1998]-
    Locale
    Europe
    Other Authors/Editors
    Boder, David P. (David Pablo), 1886-1961.
    Paul V. Galvin Library.
    Illinois Institute of Technology.
    Notes
    Title from home page (viewed on Feb. 20, 2003).
    Includes search engine.
    System requirements: RealPlayer audio player.
    Mode of access: World Wide Web.

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    Language
    English
    External Link
    http://voices.iit.edu/

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    2010-05-14 16:20:00
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