Visual History Archive
An Artist's Perspective
Holocaust Survivor Dario Gabbai Donates Historical Documents to USC Shoah Foundation
UCLA Armenian Student Association Donates Proceeds of “Coachellian” Fundraiser to USC Shoah Foundation
Art engages broader audiences and raises awareness of genocide in Rwanda, says Kwibuka20 international creative director Stacie Chaiken in the spring 2014 issue of PastForward.LEARN MORE...
Dario Gabbai, whose testimony is in the Visual History Archive, stopped by the USC Shoah Foundation last week to donate World War II era documents and artifacts for preservation and research.LEARN MORE...
USC and UCLA may be rivals on the football field, but they came together for a very important cause last week.LEARN MORE...
Find out how to conduct searches in the Institute's Visual History Archive. Log on to our Visual History Archive Online and search the entire catalog of nearly 52,000 witnesses so far catalogued and indexed of the over 53,000 testimonies housed at the Institute. Watch a sample of 1,228 video testimonies.
Learn about the history of the Visual History Archive, including the Institute's efforts to expand its video testimony holdings.
The Visual History Archive contains several collections of video testimonies. Beginning with the Holocaust collection, containing testimonies from Holocaust survivors and other witnesses, the Institute is working on incorporating other collections of testimony on the Cambodian genocide, the genocide in Rwanda, and the Armenian genocide.
The Institute has 50 access sites around the world where you can access the Visual History Archive.