Help tell America’s story.
Together, we can uncover what ordinary people around the country could have known about the Holocaust from reading their local newspapers in the years 1933–1945. We need you to join our team of citizen historians uncovering new knowledge that will be shared with scholars, curators, and the public.
This project investigates US press coverage for a number of Holocaust-related events. Read about them here. Now it’s your turn. Go to your library, historical society, or search online for local newspaper archives. Find articles about the historical events. Submit the articles you find to our online database, which will be available to anyone, anywhere—from historians to curators to students.