Visual History Archive
Nanjing Massacre Collection Integrated into Visual History Archive
French Deportation Mapping Project Features Testimony
USC Journalism Students Draw Inspiration from USC Shoah Foundation
USC Shoah Foundation’s newest testimony collection, the Nanjing Massacre, is now fully integrated and viewable in the Visual History Archive.LEARN MORE...
For help researching the deportation of Jews in France during the Holocaust, French scholars turned to the USC Shoah Foundation and its French liaison Emmanuel Debono.LEARN MORE...
Their focus is on Mexican-American youth activism of the 1930s and ‘40s, but the students in USC’s Echoes of the Mexican Voice journalism course will draw on aspects of USC Shoah Foundation’s Visual History Archive when they create their own multimedia website this semester.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 over 51,000 witnesses. Watch a sample of over 1,000 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 48 access sites around the world where you can access the Visual History Archive.