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Berlin Wall Falls

The Berlin Wall: A Secret History BBC

Life in Germany Behind the Berlin Wall

The German Death Strip (Modern Marvels)

How did Hitler Rise to Power? (TedEd)

The Tunnel (Part 1 and 2) (NBC 1962 Special Report, Requires BU Library priveleges)

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Andruss Library

Bloomsburg University Today


Department of History

Lectures on Twentieth-Century Europe (The History Guide)

Timeline of German History

Digital Documents (General Collections)

German History in Documents and Images

History of Germany: EuroDocs

H-German (Humanities and Social Science On-Line

Germany Under Construction (University of Wisconsin Digital Collections

German History Sources: Cal State Stanislaus (Dr. Richard Weikart)

German Propaganda Archive (Calvin College)

Twentieth-Century Germany (PSM-Data History)

Internet Modern HIstory Sourcebook (Fordham University)

Spartacus Educational


America and the Holocaust (PBS American Experience)

The Anne Frank Center USA

Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (University of Minnesota)

David Wyman Institute

Dimensions: A Journal of Holocaust Studies

German History in Documents and Images

German Propaganda Archive at Calvin College

Holocaust Research Project

Jewish Virtual Library

The Nizkor Project

The Nizkor Project's Adolf Eichmann Trial

The Nizkor Project International Military Tribunal

Presidential Advisory Commission on Holocaust Assets in the US (archived website)

The Science of Hatred

Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust

United State Holocaust Memorial Museum

United States National Archives Holocaust Era Assets

Unites States National Archive Interagency Working Group

Voices of the Holocaust (David P. Boder Interviews)

Yad Vashem

Yad Vashem: Holocaust Resource Center

Yizkor (Holocaust Memorial Books at NY Library)

Post 1989

Fall of Communism (Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media)


Truman Library

National Security Archive

Cold War Internationl History Project

European Union History: Humanities

World War & Foreign Relations

Avalon Porject (Yale Law School)

Digitized British WWI Diaries

First World War

World War I Document Archives

Twentieth-Century Germany

Syllabus History 340 Spring 2019 (updated 21 January 2019)

Writing and Citing Manual

Doing History: Historical Significance; Reading Primary and Secondary Sources; Convincing Historical Interpretations

News Stories

"Paintings by Adolf Hitler 'Unremarkable,' So Why Forge Them?" (Opinion, Scott Simon, NPR, 9 February 2019)

Author Says Hitler was 'Blitzed'on Cocaine and Opiates during the War (NPR Fresh Air, 7 March 2017)

A novelist explores the Wilhelm Gustloff tragedy and talks about it in this story: More died on this WWII Ship than on the Titainic and Lusitania Combined (NPR, 17 February 2016)

Guenter Schabowski, the Man Who Opened the Wall (Opinion, The New York Times, 6 November 2015)

Berlin Wall blunderer Guenter Schabowski dies at 86 (BBC, 1 November 2015)

In what contexts, if any, is humor about the Holocaust or Nazis appropriate? Check out this episode of Back in Black from Daily Show (aired on 14 May 2015).

Searing Memories of Nazi Germany's First Concentration Camp (NPR, 29 April 2015)

Berlin's 'Palace of Tears,' A Reminder of Divided Families, Despair (NPR, 10 November 2014)

Germany's Merkel: Fall of Berlin Wall Shows Dreams Come True (NPR, 9 November 2014)

How Mr. Hasselhoff Tore Down this Wall (NPR, 9 November 2014)

In Berlin, A Beat that Bloomed from Rubble (NPR, 9 november 2014)

25 Years Later: Looking Back on the Fall of the Berlin Wall (NPR, 9 November 2014)