OSA / Guide / RIP / Judaica at OSA
The publication by Primary Source Microfilm of the unique and rare source material offers students and researchers unprecedented new opportunities to study an extensive range of historical documents pertaining to Nazi Germany and the Holocaust, many of which have never previously been published. The originals are available in London in the world's oldest Holocaust memorial institution; the microfilm copy of the most important and valuable part of it available in OSA is one of the rare copies in the region.
See Library Catalogue: Testaments to the Holocaust
Library: Periodicals on Jewish studies
Library: Books by Subjects: Antisemitism, Holocaust, Jewish, Holocaust survivors, Israel, Israeli Knesset, Jewish Archives, Jewish Resistance, Jews, Judaism, etc.
Compiled by Katalin Dobo, July 2006
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