The I. Edward Kiev Judaica Collection has numerous books, pamphlets, and graphic materials related to the Holocaust. One type of book that may be useful are yizkor books. These are memorial books that were published by Holocaust survivors commemorating their destroyed towns and those who died there. Many are in foreign languages, but some have English translations as well and photos/drawings that can be easily interpreted.
This six-volume Cambridge Archive Editions set covers the arrangements and conditions for Jewish communities living under Islam, throughout the Arab world, from 1840 to 1974. Although they cover more than 100 years the papers do not form a continuous record of events but rather provide a series of snapshots of history.
The Collections Division of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum consists of eight branches: Archives, Art and Artifacts, Film and Video, Music, Oral History, Photo Archives, Collections Management, and Conservation. The Archives Branch of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum is one of the world's largest and most comprehensive repositories of Holocaust-related records. The collection, which consists of nearly 42 million pages of records