file description
title statement
title: Holocaust Denial on Trial, Podcasts: Harry Mazal, The Holocaust History Project
author:
sponsor: Rabbi Donald A. Tams Institute for Jewish Studies
extent:
publication statement : Emory University Atlanta, GA 540 Asbury Circle Woodruff Library Atlanta, GA 30322

éEmory University. Permission is granted to download, transmit, or otherwise reproduce, distribute or display the contributions to the work claimed by Emory University for non-profit educational purposes, provided this header is included in its entirety. For inquiries about commercial uses, contact either: Institute for Jewish Studies, Emory University, Atlanta GA 30322 or the Lewis H. Beck Center for Electronic Collections and Services, Woodruff Library, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia 30322

series statement
title: Holocaust Denial on Trial
Transcribed from oral interviews and talks.

Harry Mazal is the founder and director of The Holocaust History Project, a collaborative educational website that provides technically accurate and vetted responses to Holocaust denier claims and user questions. He has been actively combating online Holocaust denial since before the birth of the modern Internet.

The Holocaust History Project website is available at www.holocaust-history.org.

Mazal is also the creator and curator of the Mazal Library, one of the largest private collections in the world of Holocaust related materials. His collection includes over 20,000 books, ephemera, microfilms, video-films and photographs.

In 1983 he was awarded the Order of the British Empire by HM Queen Elizabeth for "Services to the Crown."

He is interviewed by Dan Leshem, program manager of the Holocaust Denial On Trial website. For more information please visit us at www.hdot.org. This podcast is underwritten by the Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties.

source description

encoding description
project description :

The Holocaust Denial on Trial (hdot.org) website works to educate the public about the Holocaust and Holocaust denial. Based on the 1996-2001 David Irving vs. Penguin Books UK and Deborah Lipstadt trial, the project continues to expand with new content and into new languages in order to confront denier myths with historical facts and evidence.

editorial declaration :

categorization : subjects: (scheme : )
revision description :