United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
(www.ushmm.org; citation convention for museum resources)
"Book Burning," Holocaust Encycloepedia (incl. historical film footage)
USHMM online exhibition: Fighting the Fires of Hate: America and the Nazi Book Burnings
Targeted Authors and Burned Works (from USHMM online exhibition)
Office of War Information poster, 1943 -- printable artifact card (pdf)
"Books are weapons in the war of ideas" -- printable artifact card (pdf)
Fahrenheit 451 -- printable artifact card (pdf)
USHMM library bibliography: 1933 book burnings
Immediate American Responses to the Nazi Book Burning
Deutsches Historisches Museum
Lebendiges Museum Online
Historical Film Footage, incl. declarations
Holocaust Exhibit (Jewish marginalization, persecution, expulsion)
German Wikipedia (beware the English entry!)
1933 Book Burning
List of Burned Books
University of Arizona Special Collections Exhibit
When Books Burn
Timeline. A list of the 1930-1939 events in Germany, with emphasis on the growing repression of political dissent, writers, libraries, education and publishers.
Lists of Banned Books, 1932-1939. Nazi blacklists and literary manifestos, in German and English.
Speeches May 10, 1933. Text of Goebbels' speech and the Feuersprüche declarations, in German and English.
Source materials. A bibliography of source materials used for the exhibit.
List of "proscribed" books in University of Arizona Library. The results of an attempt to document editions of "proscribed" books currently on the shelves of the University of Arizona Library. The list is limited to editions 1939 or earlier.
The American Library Association (ALA)
The 100 Most Frequently Challenged Books of 1990–2000
Memorial, Opernplatz in Berlin
© Burkhard Henke
High Resolution Image
© Burkhard Henke