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Parkes Library, Special Collections, Hartley Library: Oral History Collections

The Parkes Library was established by James Parkes, a tireless campaigner against anti-Semitism, and is a major resource for the study of Jewish/non-Jewish relations across the ages.

Special Collections, Hartley Library

Refugee Voices (Association of Jewish Refugees) is an electronic collection of 150 filmed interviews with Jewish refugees and Holocaust survivors who made their home in Great Britain. 

To make an appointment to use the collection contact the Search Room on 023 8059 2721 or email archives@soton.ac.uk

You will need to bring I.D.for access to the Search Room.

Oral History Collections

  • Voices of the Holocaust (Illinois Institute of Technology) online access to interviews conducted by David Broder in 1946

Oral History Collection Databases

International Database of Oral History Testimonies (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum)