- Collection Summary
- The collection consists of research material collected by Randolph L. Braham, the world renowned expert on the Holocaust in Hungary. Includes materials relevant to the Holocaust and its aftermath in Eastern Europe in general, and in Hungary and Romania in particular, trials against suspected war criminals, the revival of extreme right ideologies, and biographical information pertaining to the donor.
Organized into 17 series: Series 1: Hungarian Records Relating to the Holocaust, 1944; 184 microfilm reels; Series 2: Records Relating to the Béla Berend (Albert Bruce Belton) Cases against Randolph L. Braham and Others, 1944-1987, on 121 microfiche; Series 3: Records Relating to the Destruction of Jews in Northern Transylvania, 1944-2007; Series 4: Records Relating to United States vs. Ferenc Koréh, 1944-1997; Series 5: Records Relating to Hungarian and Canadian Legal Procedures Involving Imre Finta, 1944-1994. Series 6: Records from Hungarian Archives Relating to the Holocaust in Hungary, 1938-1949; Series 7: Records from European, American, and Israeli Archives Relating to the Holocaust in Hungary, 1935-1971; Series 8: Statements and Testimonies of and Correspondence with the “Dramatis Personae” of the Holocaust in Hungary, 1945-1983; Series 9: Research Material Relating to Anti-Semitism, Anti-Zionism, Holocaust Denial, Historical Revisionism and Neo-Fascism, 1946-2004; Series 10: Miscellaneous Files, 1945-2007; Series 11: Collection of Printed Material: Studies, Essays, Articles; Series 12: “Chapter Folders” to the Second Edition of The Politics of Genocide, 1944-1994, Series 13: Research Material to the Memoir and Other Writings of Randolph Braham, 1944-2008, Series 14: Audio Visual Materials, 1972-1986, Series 15: Newspaper articles and scholarly studies by Randolph L. Braham, 1948-2011, Series 16: Bookreviews written by Randolph L. Braham, 1953-2007, Series 17: Reviews published about works by Randolph L. Braham, 1961-2011.
- The collection was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 15 installments between 1992 and 2018 by Randolph Braham.