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Deaf and World War II: Welcome

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Deaf and World War II

Welcome to the Deaf and World War II guide.  If you have any questions feel free to contact me, Joan Naturale-- I am the  NTID and Deaf Studies Librarian and happy to help. This guide assists you in finding information about the global deaf experience during WWII. There are articles, books, and DVDs. There is also a website entitled Deaf People + World War II  where one can find full text articles, book chapters, and video interviews of Deaf and CODA survivors. Patricia Durr, a retired professor, is the content creator of this website. The image below is a screenshot from the website.


This is a screenshot of the Deaf People and WW II home page.

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