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Books On The Holocaust

About The Program

Through eye-witness accounts the program will focus on the historical record of this tragedy, the experiences of Holocaust survivors and concentration camp liberators, the fallacy of historical revisionists, and the Holocaust's impact on modern society and its implications on our future.

Admission is free and the public is invited to hear Holocaust survivors tell their stories and interact with the audience through a Q & A period.

The AUM Holocaust Educational Program is sponsored by the AUM Psychology Department with funding for this event provided in part by the Student Activities Fee and the AUM Lectures Committee. In addition, the program is supported by the Jewish Federation of Central Alabama. This event will be accessible to all who wish to attend. If you need assistance, please call Dr. Shelia Guidry at 334-244-3306 or

U.S. Government Documents

The following publications are located in the Government Documents area of the AUM Library.  Some are also available online.  Click on the title to access these.