Researching Deaf and WW II
This guide assists you in finding information about the global Deaf experience during WW II. There are articles, books and dvds. There is also a website Deaf People in WW II (see above and click) where one can find full text articles, book chapters, and video interviews of Deaf and CODA survivors. Patricia Durr, a professor in the Deaf Studies Department is the content creator of this website. J Matt Searls teaches a course Deaf People in WW II.
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