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The Blynn Holocaust Collection: Home

This is a special collection of materials to be found in the Forsyth Tech Library on the Jewish Holocaust with a focus upon WWII. The collection is made possible through gifts from Mr. Guy Blynn and consisting of close to 500 titles.

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Instructional Guides

For instructional ideas and resources, see the Holocaust Teacher Resource Center.

Other sites for educators are:

Facing History and Ourselves:  Holocaust.

University College London's Teacher's Resources

ACRL's article "Holocaust resources on the web."

Know of other web sources?  Leave a comment below!

The Blynn Holocaust Collection

Bibliography of Holdings:  This is an alphabetized listing by author of the resources found in the Blynn Holocaust Collection located in Ardmore Hall of the main campus in Winston-Salem, NC.  The collection consists of books and videos, plus selections from the Shoah Foundation's oral histories, with a focus on North Carolina. 


Other Digital Resources

Check Films on Demand and try a subject search on "Holocaust."  (You may have to log in through your local access to NC LIVE.  See your local librarian for details.)

ProQuest Central is also one of many databases available through NC LIVE that can provide lots of resources on the Holocaust, including magazine, journal, newspaper and other articles and resources.





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If you need help either locating material or using resources, you may contact us at:

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