Research

Lectures Available for Viewing in the Libary/Archive

 



Alicia Appleman-Jurman,
Alica: My Story, March 30, 1993 [LEC # 36]

Prof. Leon Bass, witnessed the liberation of Buchenwald
Is the Price too High?, December 5, 1989 [LEC # 19]

Dr. Barbara Bauer,
Teaching the Holocaust to German Students, March 2, 1998 [LEC # 61]

Dr. Yehuda Bauer,
The Impact of the Holocaust on Contemporary Society, November 30, 1993 [LEC # 39]

Dr. Maishe Bernstein,
November 1, 1989 [LEC # 7]

Sidney Bolkosky,
January 7, 1985 [LEC # 3]
January 9, 1985 [LEC # 4]
October 13, 1987 [LEC # 5]
October 20, 1987 [LEC # 6]
August 14, 1984 [LEC # ]
August 15, 1984 [LEC # ]

Abraham Bomba, survivor of Treblinka
Anguished Memories, November 20, 1990 [LEC # 33]

Prof. Randolph Braham,
Eastern Europe's Role in the Holocaust, July 11, 1995 [LEC # 2]
Holocaust Revisionism: Political Implications, June 26, 1990 [LEC # 22]
Holocaust Revisionism: Legal Implications, June 26, 1990 [LEC # 23]
Silence and Madness: The Holocaust in Hungary, December 13, 1988 [LEC # 35]
Antisemitism in Post-Communist Eastern Europe, July 11, 1995 [LEC # 52]

Prof. Irene Butter,
Raoul Wallenberg: One of the Greatest Heroes of the 20th Century, October 16, 1989 [LEC # 24]

Dr. Harry James Cargas,
Will Our Children Accuse Us?, November 29, 1988 [LEC # 16]
November 29, 1988 [LEC # 34]
Christian Responses to the Holocaust, June 21, 1989 [LEC # 74]
The Holocaust, Waldheim, Israel: Christian Responses, October 27, 1987 [LEC # 77]

Barbara Demlow,
June 1, 1987 [LEC # 8]

Dr. Yaffa Eliach,
Spiritual Resistance During the Holocaust, September 18, 1986 [LEC # 27]

Henry L. Feingold,
Did American Jewry Do Enough During the Holocaust, February 8, 1992 [LEC # 38]

Dr. Eva Fogelman,
Conscience and Courage, April 22, 1994 [LEC # 40]

Tammi Fox,
Holocaust Literature for Preteens, June 23, 1994 [LEC # 41]

Prof. Leon Goldberger,
[LEC # 49]

Erna Gorman & Gideon Greif,
Speaking to 8th Graders of Drager Middle School and Wm. Tyndale College, March 29, 2000 [LEC # 65]

Gideon Greif,
We Wept Tearless (The Story of the Sonderkommando in Auschwitz/Birkenau), December 27, 1999 [LEC # 64]
Teachers Seminar - "Death Factory", March 28, 2000 [LEC # 66]
Speaking to 10th Graders of Avondale High and 8th Graders of Lincoln Middle School, March 28, 2000 [LEC # 67]
Speaking to William Tyndale Collage, March 29, 2000 [LEC # 69]

Gideon Greif & George Laksberger,
Speaking to Linden High, March 30, 2000 [LEC # 68]

Gideon Greif & Erna Gorman,
Speaking to 8th Graders of Drager Middle School and Wm. Tyndale College, March 29, 2000 [LEC # 65]

Esther Cohen Hexter,
Teaching the Holocaust Students Grades 6-9, June 22, 1997 [LEC # 57]
Teaching the Holocaust Students Grades 10-12, June 22, 1997 [LEC # 57]

Raul Hilberg,
The Holocaust: Prepetrators, Victims, Bystanders, March 24, 1987 [LEC # 26]
Brunch Discussion, March 25, 1987 [LEC # 28]

Dr. Herbert Hochhauser,
Buchenwald Revisited, October 8, 1986 [LEC # 9]

Dr. Jan Karski,
The Western Leader's Responses During the Holocaust: A Firsthand Report, 1987/88 [LEC # 25]

Prof. Steven T. Katz,
The Holocaust in Historical Context, July 12, 1994 [LEC # 46]

Eileen Kerr,
Teaching the Holocaust in an Elementary School Setting, June 30, 1994 [LEC # 42]

Prof. David Kranzler,
Rescuers During the Holocaust, June 21, 1989 [LEC # 73]

Dr. Henry Krystal,
Life and Post-Traumatic Distress Disorders: How Survivors Cope, April 14, 1986 [LEC # 10]

George Laksberger & Gideon Greif,
Speaking to Linden High, March 30, 2000 [LEC # 68]

Martin A. Lee,
The Beast Reawakens: Resurgent Fascism and Right-Wing Extremism in Europe and the United States, March 30, 1998 [LEC # 63]

John Loftus,
How Government Agencies Smuggled Nazis Into the United States, September 30, 1986 [LEC # 11]

Thomas Lutz,
Confronting the Nazi Past in Postwar Germany, Making Historical Sites Visible: Holocaust Centers in Germany, December 6, 1994 [LEC # 51]

Dr. Charles Maier,
Evasions of the Holocaust, April 11, 1989 [LEC # 30]

Andrei Markovits,
[LEC # 70]

Dr. Elias V. Messinas,
Saving the Jewish Heritage of Greece, September 18, 2000 [LEC # 32]

Prof. Henry Meyer,
Did There Have to be Music?: The Men's Orchestra at Auschwitz Birkenau, May 9, 1989 [LEC # 31]

Prof. Meir Michaelis,
Italians and Jews: Rescue and Aid, October 22, 1992 [LEC # 37]

Dr. Yehuda Nir,
A Lost Childhood: Surviving the Holocaust as a Child, February 7, 1990 [LEC # 80]

Capt. Rudolph Patzert,
Running the Palestine Blockade: The Last Voyage of the Paducah, July 12, 19 94 [LEC # 48]

Prof. Anton Pelinka,
Austria and Its Nazi History, January 14, 2002 [LEC # 84]

Mark Peterson,
The Nuremberg Trials, June 20, 1989 [LEC # 72]

Dr. Leatrice Rabinsky,
June 19, 1989 [LEC # 81]
June 19, 1989 [LEC # 82]

Prof. Mark Roseman,
A Past in Hiding, Survival in Nazi Germany, March 21, 2001 [LEC # 29]

Dr. Alvin Rosenfeld,
Post-Holocaust Reactions in Germany to the Holocaust, February 29, 1988 [LEC # 18]

Rabbi Charles Rosenzveig,
Perimeter of the Holocaust: Why Unique, June 18, 1989 [LEC # ]

Dr. Alan Ryan,
An Inside Look at the Demjanjuk Trial, March 31, 1987 [LEC # 12]

Perry Shulman,
[LEC # 58]

Dr. Michael Steinlauf,
Recovering a Lost World: The Civilization of Eastern Ashkenaz, June 11, 1998 [LEC # 62]

Prof. Guy Stern,
Life in Shadow: Living in a Nazi Occupied Country, May 5, 1986 [LEC # 13]
Why did the Germans Choose to Have a Hitler, May 12, 1986 [LEC # 14]

Dr. Tanay,
Attitudes Towards Survivors, June 19, 1989 [LEC # 78]

Tours at the HMC,
[LEC # 71]

Sherri Victor,
[LEC # 1]

Gotfried Wagner,
October 25, 1994 [LEC # 50]

Prof. David Weinberg,
Jewish Response to the Holocaust, June 25, 1990 [LEC # 21]
Jewish Resistance: Physical and Psychological, June 22, 1997 [LEC # 60]
Extermination Camps: The Final Battlefield, June 20, 1989 [LEC # 79]
Roots of Anti-Semitism in Europe, June 18, 1989 [LEC # 83]

Dr. John Weiss,
Ideology of Death: Why the Holocaust Happened in Germany, November 6, 1997 [LEC # 76]

Dave Welcome,
Prejudice and the Holocaust: Teaching the Lessons of the Holocaust, July 13, 1994 [LEC # 47]

Reinhard Wiemer,
Germany Today, Jews in Germany After 1945, May 8, 1997 [LEC # 75]

Loren Willey,
The Controversy Concerning President FDR's Response to the Holocaust, July 14, 1994 [LEC # 45]

Prof. David Wyman,
The World Reacts to the Holocaust, 1988 [LEC # 17]
Implementation of the Final Solution, June 26, 1990 [LEC # 20]
America's Role in the Holocaust, July 11, 1995 [LEC # 43]
The American Response to the Holocaust, July 11, 1994 [LEC # 44]
The American Response to the Holocaust, June 19, 1989 [LEC # 53]
Nazism and the Jewish Question in the Thirties: The Final Solution, June 20, 1989 [LEC # 54]
The Relevance of the Contemporary World, July 11, 1994 [LEC # 54]
The Bombing of Auschwitz, June 22, 1997 [LEC # 55]
The Response of American Churches of the Holocaust, June 22, 1997 [LEC # 59]

Joseph Zitomersky,
Raoul Wallenberg: The Genesis of His Mission and the Question of His Fate, June 18, 1987 [LEC # 15]

 

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