Search and view more than 50,000 video testimonies of Holocaust survivors, rescuers, and liberators. Need MSUnet ID & password to access from off-campus. First time users must register to create a personal login. Non-MSU affiliates can come into the library to use the database.
Designed for use by secondary school educators with their students. Over 1500 testimonies. Educators need to register. Includes tools for students to create videos within the site, and other resources for educators.
A unique way to access Holocaust testimonies through common experiences of suffering. Full testimonies (transcripts and videos) included. From the Yale Fortunoff Archive, USC Shoah Foundation, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Open access.
Entire archive of over 150 survivor interviews is freely and fully available online, no registration or login required. Each video or audio interview includes a text transcript and is divided into chapters. Project based at UM-Dearborn and interviewees are primarily from the Detroit metro area.
36 testimonies available for viewing in MSU Main Library Digital Multimedia Center (4W). Includes women survivors of Ravensbruck and Bergen-Belsen, men who were in Buchenwald as boys, and well-known testimonies from survivors of Auschwitz-Birkenau. Link here is to biographical profile and minute-by-minute testimony indexing for these 36 individuals.