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Professor Jan Karski (1914-2000)

This guide highlights primary and secondary sources available in or through the Georgetown University Library for research on Jan Karski.

Books and Book Chapters

 

Note the access to items available online via HoyaSearch will require a GU NetID login.

 

  • Wood, E. Thomas. Karski: how one man tried to stop the Holocaust. New York : J. Wiley, 1994 (Available online - GU NetID login required)

    The full-text of this work is available through the Georgetown Library catalog. It is also available in hard copy in Lauinger Library.

 

 

 

  • The Holocaust forty years after. Lewiston : E. Mellen Press, 1989

    IV. Message that was delivered, but not heard / Jan Karski. This publication is not owned by Georgetown University Library but is available through a consortial loan from American or George Washington Universities.

 

  • Cargas, Harry J. Voices from the Holocaust. Lexington : University Press of Kentucky, 1993  (Available online - GU NetID login required)

    This work is also available in hard copy in Launger Library.  The text of an interview with Jan Karski appears on pages 57-65.

 

 

  • Curran, Robert Emmett. A history of Georgetown University.  Washington, D.C. : Georgetown University Press, 2010 

    A three volume set, this is the most comprehensive University history. Volume 1 covers 1789-1889, volume 2 covers 1889-1964, and volume 3 covers 1964-1989. Use the index to volumes 2 and 3 to navigate to mentions of Jan Karski in the context of his career at Georgetown University. Note that most of these references are in passing, rather than in-depth.

    Also available for use in the Booth Family Center for Special Collections; request via the Aeon request system.

 

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