Answered By: Valerie Weis
Last Updated: Mar 15, 2018     Views: 17

The Shoah Foundation Visual History Archive (VHA) contains a searchable archive of 54,000 videos of survivor and witness testimony from the Holocaust and other genocides. The Holocaust testimony represents the vast majority of the collection, but other videos include survivor testmony from the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda (1994) , the Armenian Genocide (1915-23) the Cambodian Genocide, the Guatemalan Genocide (1978-96) and the Nanjing Massacre (1937). Interviews have been conducted in 62 countries and 41 languages.

To access the database, go to VHA and Select Continue as Guest or the Register button. Registered users can create customized projects with selected testimonies and segments of testimonies that can be shared with other VHA registered users.

For additional help or questions about this database, consult the Proquest VHA Research Guides, the VHA User Guide or contact an HKS Librarian.

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