The site now includes not only Nina's storybut information about the. All three interviewers are mental health professionals with backgrounds in oral history and Holocaust history. General Information about the Organization:. His work is available on the Illinios Institute of Technology website: Many of these oral histories are available online. One of the first was developed in Connecticut.
A grassroots project developed in New Haven, when sensitive neighbors found they knew next to nothing about the survivors in their midst.
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These are the ones I usually recommend: The project is developing and maintaining a catalogue database for public use. As Director of Oral History at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Ringelheim began working on a third edition of the catalog that would capture information on new and previously unknown Holocaust oral history archives and include collections outside of the United States. Issues for the Future: Documents, transcriptions, and informational materials such as photographs and letters accompany these interviews. The JFCS oral history archive consists of over 2, audio and video testimonies with accompanying documents and transcriptions. Voices of the Holocaust: