Answered By: Russell Kracke Last Updated: Nov 17, 2016 Views: 29
Oakton should definitely have resources for you pertaining to the Holocaust.
1) Search the Oakton Library Catalog for books: . Type in one or more keywords (such as "holocaust" and "poland") and, when you get some hits, locate those book(s) by call number.
2) Take a look at this Research Guide on the Holocaust created by Oakton librarians: (http://researchguides.oakton.edu/Holocaust). If you click on the 2nd tab "Background information," you'll find two great encyclopedias: CREDO and Encyclopedia Judaica. Type in a keyword to bring up articles.
Then you can click on the 3rd tab, "Articles." Academic Search Complete and Opposing Viewpoints are excellent databases for researching the Holocaust.
The "Websites and Google Search Tips" tab has additional resources that are "free" and authoritative websites.
Hope this is helpful!
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