Human Rights, Genocide, and Holocaust Materials

One of Olson Library’s many hidden gems is its strong collection of materials on genocide, human rights, and the Holocaust.  While World War II is an obvious common subject, there are also titles on World War I, the inter-war period, Native American issues and history, current and historical genocide and human-rights issues worldwide, and the roots of ethnic subjugation.  It currently comprises nearly 5,400 books, videos, and electronic resources, and it grows every month.  We have an online guide to the Collection and to other sources, and you can search the catalog here for a full current list.

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