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Additional Resources Relating to Denny Meyer's Interview


These beginning resources attempt to build the background of Denny Meyer's stories. You will be able to access information pertaining to Holocaust suvivors, the civil rights movement, the Vietnam War, and anti-war protests.

Online Resources: 
Holocaust suvivors:
Civil Rights Movement:
The Vietnam War:
Anti-War Protests:
Books from NYPL's Catalog:
Holocaust survivors:
  • The Holocaust Survivors by Tabatha Yeatts, published 1998, shares a variety of experiences with people who were at concentration camps during World War II.
  • Sarah's Key by Tatiana de Rosnay is a popular novel about a woman's journey to retrace the steps of young Jewish girl in the Holocaust. This book was also recently made into a movie.
  • Post-Holocaust Politics by Arieh Kochavi, published 2001, goes into detail about how both Britian and the United States dealt with Holocaust refeguees immigrants.
  • FDR and the Jews look at President Roosevelt's decision about Nazi Germany and helping the Jewish people during World War II. Written by Richard Breitman, published 2013.
  • Flight from the Reich by Deborah Dwork, published 2009, describes the variety of ways Jews escaped Germany and entered other countries (like Meyer's mother did to come to America).
Civil Rights Movement:
General Histories of the American War in Vietnam:

For more books on Vietnam, refer to resource pages of other Vietnam War veterans such as Gerald Brown.

Anti-War Protests:
Items Related to Stories Told in Interview:
Resources Relating to Gay Veterans, DOMA, and "Don't Ask, Don't Tell":
Additional Articles on Meyer:
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