Australasian Union of Jewish Students

Additional Resources

Additional Resources

Below are some additional resources with which you can learn more about the Holocaust, especially the four groups featured in AUJS' Yom HaShoah campaign.

European Jewry:

There are extensive materials and resources on the experience of European Jewry during the Holocaust.

Listed below are some of the most comprehensive websites to find films, books, audio, and more:


The LGBTIQ Community:

Films:

  • We Were Marked with a Big A, (1991), Documentary.
  • Bent (1997).
  • Aimée & Jaguar (1999).
  • Paragraph 175 (2000), Documentary.

Books:

  • The Men with the Pink Triangle: The True Life-and-Death Story of Homosexuals in the Nazi Death Camps, Heinz Heger.
  • Liberation Was for Others: Memoirs of a Gay Survivor of the Nazi Holocaust, Pierre Seel.
  • Aimee & Jaguar: A Love Story, Berlin 1943, Erica Fischer.

Romani:

Films:

  • Porraimos: Europe's Gypsies in the Holocaust (2002).
  • Korkoro (2009).
  • A People Uncounted (2011), Documentary.

 Books:

  • And the Violins Stopped Playing, Alexander Ramati.
  • The Hidden Holocaust of the Gypsies, William A. Duna & Paul Polansky.
  • Farewell Sidonia, Erich Hackl. 

Disabled Peoples:

Films:

  • Healing by Killing (1999), Documentary.
  • Liebe Perla (1999), Documentary.
  • In the Shadow of the Reich: Nazi Medicine (2003), Documentary.

Books:

  • Forgotten Crimes: The Holocaust and People with Disabilities, Suzanne E. Evans.
  • By Trust Betrayed: Patients, Physicians, and the License to Kill in the Third Reich, Hugh Gregory Gallagher.
  • The Origins of Nazi Genocide: From Euthanasia to the Final Solution, Henry Friedlander.