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Trueman, Chris. “The Holocaust.” historylearningsite.co.uk. N.p., n.d. Web. 5 Jan. 2012. . This site gave many links and pages to things pertaining to the Holocaust and helped us deeper understand why Hitler had hatred toward the people he put in concentration camps, and introduced us to the “Final Solution”.

United State Holocaust Memorial Museum. “Survivors and Victims.” ushmm.org. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Jan. 2012. . This was most helpful to the site, and although it wasn’t directly from people in the concentration camps mouths’, you could just visualize the life of some of these victims. It explained who had to endure this and what the punishments were like for each one of them.

United States Holocaust Museum. “Holocaust Encyclopedia, All Photos.” ushmm.org. N.p., 1 Aug. 2008. Web. 10 Jan. 012. . Got all photos from here, along with what was happening in the photos and who were in them. The pictures helped us understand what was happening to the victims of the Holocaust, the conditions of the concentration camps, who was victimized and other things. The pictures gave a clear understanding of Hitler’s hatred for people of certain religions, races, political views and other beliefs.

Baker, Nicholson. Human Smoke: The Beginnings of World War II, the End of Civilization. New York, New York: Simon & Schuster, 2008. Print. Nicholson Baker explains the roots of the Holocaust thoroughly. The book is formatted in quotes and vignettes, which are from people who experienced the actual event.

DeSaix, Deborah Durland, and Karen Gray Ruelle. Hidden of the Mountain: Stories of Children Sheltered from the Nazis in Le Chambon. N.p.: Holiday House, 2007. Print. Deborah Durland and Karen Ruelle learned about the survivors of Le Chambon during the Holocaust while on a trip to France. They realized that these stories were at great risk of being lost. Over a time period of four years, they traveled throughout the United States and France to interview the survivors. These stories are really important to the website because it helped us understand exactly what the Jews had to go through.



Rosenbaum, Ron. Those Who Forget The Past: The Question of Anti-Semitism. N.p.: Random House Trade Paperbacks, 2004. Print. The book tells a lot about the history of anti-semitism. The book's authors give lots of sources to where the information was found so this would be a secondary source.

Radasky, Solomon. “The Children.” holocaustsurvivors.org. Web. 10 Dec. 2011. . This recording can say so much. There are many ways to view this, but Renay and I can both agree that you can tell, when he went back to the memory of that day, it was anything but joyful. Just the way he stammers at words can give you an idea of what these people were going through at the concentration camps, and how much it affected the survivors in a way most people will never understand.


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