Answered By: Darren Chase Last Updated: Feb 20, 2017 Views: 57
There are many databases you could use - check the lists on our online guides to History and Women's & Gender Studies. You might start with the following: Academic Search Complete, JSTOR, Project Muse, Historical Abstracts, Gender Studies and LGBT Life with Full Text.
All of these can be found by going to the University Libraries homepage (http://library.stonybrook.edu) and clicking the 'databases' link in the top left Search box area. At the A-Z Databases page you can Find Databases by Title, or clicking on the letter of the alphabet that correspondsto the title of the database: J for JSTOR, P for Project Muse, etc.
There are also books available on the subject, including the following:
- Lost intimacies : rethinking homosexuality under national socialism - Main Library Stacks D804.5 .G38 S68 2009
- Hidden holocaust? : gay and lesbian persecution in Germany, 1933-45 - Main Library Stacks HQ76.8.G4 H6613 1995
- Days of masquerade : life stories of lesbians during the Third Reich - Main Library Stacks HQ75.6.G3 S36313 1996
- Nazi extermination of homosexuals - Main Library Stacks HQ76.2.G4 R4
To find more articles, books, DVDs and other items about the Holocaust, try the main Search box on the University Libraries homepage (http://library.stonybrook.edu).