Three primary source collections related to the study of the Holocaust are now available through the UC Merced’s Library database listing. Once entering a database, each provides a substantial overview of its content. These digital collections are part of Gale's Archives Unbound resource.
Holocaust and Records of Concentration Camp Trials: Prosecution of Nazi War Crimes (Gale)
A collection of documents related to the investigation and prosecution of war crimes committed at Nazi concentration camps. Documents refer to camps such as Dachau.
Testaments to the Holocaust (Gale)
An archival collection of materials from the Wiener Library, a research center focused on the Nazi period and the Holocaust.
U.S. Relations with the Vatican and the Holocaust, 1940-1950
Over 35,000 scanned images of material -- correspondence, reports, memos, and personal interviews -- from the U.S. National Archives exploring the following themes: U.S.-Vatican relations; the Vatican’s role in World War II; Jewish refugees; Italian anti-Jewish Laws during Pope Pius XII’s papacy; and the pope’s own knowledge of the treatment of European Jews.