This guide lists resources for researching resistance to the National Socialist government in Germany before and during World War II. It includes a selection of relevant general books, a list of pre-populated searches of the Harvard Library catalog (HOLLIS), a selection of relevant periodicals, and a list of recommended web resources.
For information about researching German law in general at the Harvard Law School library, visit https://guides.library.harvard.edu/GermanLaw.
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One of the best ways for finding books on a specific topic in the collections of the Harvard libraries, regardless of the language of the work itself, is to search the HOLLIS library catalog using Library of Congress (LC) subject headings.
Below are links to pre-populated HOLLIS searches using LC subject headings to items that are related to the resistance of the Nazi government during this period.
The periodicals listed below include publications related to National Socialism from the time period, as well as scholarly journals in German history, German studies, Jewish studies, and anti-semitism that may include relevant articles on this topic.