Deaf and World War II: Deaf Studies Databases

Find resources related to Deaf People during the WW II years.
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Deaf Databases

These Deaf citation databases are helpful for locating information related to WWII, the Holocaust, and eugenics as it pertains to the Deaf population. Most articles are found in popular magazines, like The Deaf American, Deaf Life and similar publications. There are Deaf Jewish publications which are also available and can be seen in the Articles section.

Recommended Citation Databases

These databases give you citations only; ie, title of book or journal, author, volume, year etc. If it is a journal or a magazine, you need to look it up using Journals@RIT. If it is a book, look it up using the RIT Libraries Catalog.

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