If you can't find something relevant in the list above then go to Search and copy the following search (replace holocaust with your own keywords): holocaust AND (handbook OR companion OR encyclopedia OR encyclopaedia OR dictionary)
|If you'd like to go browse the shelves, some relevant locations are listed below. Otherwise you can search for books (print and electronic) in Search.
|Unification of Italy||937.03|
|General history of Europe||940|
|French Revolution &
|World War I, 1914-1918||940.3|
|World War II, 1939-1945||940.53|
|England and Wales||942|
|Germany, Central Europe||943|
|Eastern Europe; Russia||947|
|American Civil War||973.7|
In History there are, broadly speaking, two types of databases. Those you use to find primary sources and those you use for journal articles. For primary sources look at the Primary Sources library guide.
For journal articles, books, theses, conference papers and more:
For more, look at the full list of History databases.