Special Collections: Polish

Visual History Archive (VHA). USC Shoah Foundation. The Institute for Visual History and Education .

A digitized, fully searchable and hyperlinked repository of visual testimonies by almost 52,000 survivors of genocidal wars. The vast majority of the testimonies in the USC Shoah Foundation’s Visual History Archive are from Jewish survivors of the Holocaust (1939-1945), as well as other Holocaust witnesses, rescuers, and aid providers.

Among the main subjects discussed in the interviews are geographical locations, prominent figures, names of family members and other people, prewar Jewish life, religious practice, cultural life, acts of persecution and prejudice, camps and ghettos, deportations, massacres, means of adaptation or survival, resistance, rescue and aid efforts, and postwar emigration and immigration.

52,000 eyewitness testimonies (105,000 hours of video)

Young (Clarence Richard) Records.

Clarence Richard Young served as Dean of Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering.

The letters, notes, press clippings and photographs reflect C.R. Young's involvement with, among many other organizations, the Polish Army in Canada. The photoprints include images of the Polish Army cemetery from 1923 and 1924.

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