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Nazi Germany and the Holocaust - History 4245

Primary Sources - Newspapers

Always keep in mind that primary sources use the language of the period. Words may be spelled differently, and terms used to refer to events or people may vary from modern usage.

When searching for information related to an event, use the limits in the database to narrow your search to a particular date or period of time. This will eliminate later material on the same subject from your search results.

‚óŹ   Missouri Digital Newspaper Project
     Historic newspapers from the Missouri State Historical Society

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Secondary Sources - Articles

Secondary Sources - Journal Collections

This database is a collections of journals covering many subjects, including history and Jewish studies.

Primary and Secondary Sources - Books

To find books in our library and the other libraries in the UM system, search here. You can request that books from the other libraries be sent to Missouri S&T for check out by using the "Place Request" link.

Search for specific books by author or title, or do a keyword search to find books on a particular topic. Remember to put phrases in quotation marks (for example, "civil war") to search the words together.

Search tip for primary sources: To find primary sources in books, try adding one of the following to your keywords: diaries, personal narratives, documents, sources, oral history, interviews, speeches, and correspondence.

Find even more books by searching the MOBIUS catalog, which contains the holdings of  many libraries in the state of Missouri. Use the "Request" button to have materials sent to our library.

Books generally take between 2 and 5 business days to arrive when coming from another Missouri library. You will receive an email when they are available to check out.

 

Primary and Secondary Sources - Films

Primary Sources - Films