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Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945).

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Other terms: Catastrophe, Jewish (1939-1945), Destruction of the Jews (1939-1945), Extermination, Jewish (1939-1945), Holocaust, Nazi, Ḥurban (1939-1945), Ḥurbn (1939-1945), Jewish Catastrophe (1939-1945), Jewish Holocaust (1939-1945), Jews, Nazi persecution, Shoʼah (1939-1945)

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Charles L. Foreman papers

Identifier: MSS-349
Scope and Contents The collection documents Charles Foreman's experience as a US Army soldier in World War II on the European, western front. Foreman participated in the invasion of Germany and was a member of one of the first units to liberate a concentration camp. Following the war, Foreman researched and published material related to the War, his army unit, and the Holocaust. The collecion contains correspondence, memorabilia, maps, audicassettes, videocassettes, military records, photographs, and...
Dates: 1944 - 2009

Holocaust Collection (NMU), 2015

Scope and Contents

Contains loose textual material relating to the Holocaust.

Dates: 2015

The Upper Peninsula in War

Scope and Contents note

This folder contains information about how the land and people of the Upper Peninsula contributed to the war effort between 1941 and 1945. Also includes material related to local veterans' issues.

Dates: 1840-2012


This collection guide includes collections from member organizations of UPLINK (the Upper Peninsula Digital Network) as well as the Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives. UPLINK collections document the history of the Upper Peninsula broadly, while the Central UP & NMU Archives focuses on such topics as Northern Michigan University history, the local iron mining industry, and the politics, economics, religion, environment, and culture of the Central Upper Peninsula region.

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