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Guide to accompany Dr. Lees Senior Seminar on Nazi Germany

Library Resources

Reference Books (Getting an Overview)
C. Zentner and F. Bedurtig, Eds.,  The Encyclopedia of the Third Reich (Ref DD 256.5 C76313 1991)
R. Stackelberg, The Routledge Companion to Nazi Germany (REF DD 256.5 S724 2007)
Dieter Buse and Juergen Doerr, eds., Modern Germany (Ref DD 14 M64 1998)
Kehr & Langmaid, The Nazi Era (Ref Z 2241 N2743 1982)
Louis Snyder, The Third Reich:  A Bibliographic Guide (Ref DD 256.5 S69 1987)

Using The Library Catalog (Primary and Secondary Sources)
Relevant subject headings:
* Germany History 20th Century
* Germany History 1800-1933
* Germany History 1933-1945
* Germany History 1933-1945 Sources

* World War 1939-1945
* World War 1939-1945 Personal Narratives German

For primary sources look for these subheadings
* personal narratives
* sources
* correspondence
* diaries

An example:  world war 1939-1945 personal narratives german

Using Worldcat to Find Books at Libraries Other than Rutgers

Finding Secondary Source Articles
* Historical Abstracts

Finding Primary Source Articles
* Reader’s Guide to Periodical Literature (online)
* American Periodicals

General Interest Periodicals at Robeson Library
* Atlantic Monthly (in periodical stacks)
* Foreign Affairs (in periodical stacks and online)
* Harpers (microfilm and online)
* New Republic (microfilm and online)
* Saturday Evening Post (online)
* Nation (microfilm and online)

Online Resources
German History in Documents and Images (

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