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About the Testimonies
 
Holocaust Museum Houston's video taped testimonies are designed to supplement primary research materials available in the Boniuk Resource Center and Library. The testimonies permit worldwide access to the increasingly fragile materials that document the history of the Holocaust.

The database concentrates on the rare testimonies of Holocaust survivors and eventually will include testimonies from rescuers, liberators and witnesses to the Nazi regime. Some topics include hiding locations, concentration camps, the quality of life, and other details of the events during the Holocaust in World War II.

This archive system offers support to people anywhere around the world interested in conducting research. The collection currently contains testimonies of people included in our own documentaries, Voices I and II, and the film Where is My Family. Holocaust Museum Houston is in the process of converting and digitizing more than 100 interviews and transcripts totaling approximately 300 hours of tape.

The Museum offers free access to extended versions of the testimonies in the library and offers the Where is My Family CD-ROM for sale in the Museum bookstore.

These testimonies were produced with the assistance of RoadShow Media with underwriting by AT&T, Inc.
 
  
 
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