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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.
1. Essays in comparative genocide / editor, Colin Tatz Introducing perspectives / Colin Tatz The case of East Timor : twenty years of genocide and denial / Adam Kleemeyer Genocide or not? The situation in central Australia, 1860-1895 / Richard Kimber The Powhatans of Virginia and the English invasion of America : Destruction without genocide / Paul R Bartrop The trial of remembrance : monuments and memories of the Porrajmos / David Young Old patterns emerge from under the red varnish : the radical right in post-communist Hungary / Vera Ranki Antisemitism as free speech : Judicial Responses to that epropaganda in Zundel and Keegstra / Tamsin Solomon At the healer's limits : three medical survivors of Auschwitz / Ernest Hunter Hunger as a low technology weapon, with special reference to genocide / Kurt Jonassohn Survivor's syndrome : transgenerational evolution / Zdzislaw J Ryn Genocide and the politics of memory / Colin Tatz
2. Essays on Holocaust and genocide / editors, Colin Tatz, Peter Arnold, Sandra Tatz Introduction / Colin Tatz The ritual murder allegation : problems and avenues of inquiry / Darren O'Brien A case of myth-making : The 'Führer Order' during the Einsatzgruppen Trial, 1947-1948 / Jürgen Matthäus The secrecy of the 'Final Solution' / Richard Breitman Konzentrationslager Lublin (Majdanek) / Paul O'Shea German responsibility in the Armenian genocide : the role of protective alliances / Vahakn Dadrian The role of impunity in genocide : an analysis of war crimes trials within the context of international criminal law / Meher Grigorian 'Precious and honoured guests of the Ottoman government' / Panayiotis Diamadis Understanding genocidal killing in the former Yugoslavia : preliminary observations / Eric Markusen and Damir Mirkovic Genocide in East Timor / Nina Silove 'From empires to genocide chic' : coming to terms with the stolen generations in Australia / Stuart Bradfield Why denialists deny / Colin Tatz Should Australia ratify the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court? / Ara Margossian When death is a blessing and life a prolonged agony : women victims of genocide / Rubina Peroomian Should art address horror? Theological and other reflections on art and the Shoah / Steven Jacobs.
Tatz, Colin. Arnold, Peter, Tatz, Sandra.
Vol. 2 published by Brandl & Schlesinger with the Australian Institute for Holocaust & Genocide Studies.
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.