All information contained in the Guide, as well as new material, is now available online via Orbis or OCLC's Worldcat. Although we still accept orders for the Guide, we do not anticipate additional printings.
Samuel Totten's review of the first edition of the Guide to Yale University Library Holocaust Video Testimonies in Holocaust and Genocide Studies notes: "Researchers, educators, and others will find this volume extremely useful and easy to use. It is a welcome addition to the many other guides, bibliographies, and filmographies now available on the Holocaust."
The second edition of the Guide to Yale University Library Holocaust Video Testimonies provides summaries of 567 videotape testimonies of Holocaust survivors and witnesses from the Fortunoff Archive. Arranged by Holocaust Video Testimony (HVT) numbers, the Guide was generated from information in the Research Libraries Information Network international bibliographic database. The summaries are indexed by geographic heading, subject, names of known historical figures and the first name and last initial of the survivors and witnesses to give readers access to the testimonies.
To order, please send a check (payable to "Yale University") to:
Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies
Yale University, Sterling Memorial Library, Room 331C
P.O. Box 208240, New Haven, CT 06520-8240
Each copy of the Guide costs $28.50, including shipping and handling. Please add 6% Connecticut sales tax where applicable ($1.50 per book).