The Yale Fortunoff Archive currently holds more than 4,400 video testimonies of Holocaust witnesses, totaling over 12,000 hours. The interviews record the memories of those with first-hand experience of the Nazi persecutions, including those who were in hiding, survivors, bystanders, resistants, and liberators.
You must create a free Fortunoff account to access the testimonies. Both on and off campus, you must be signed into your Fortunoff account to use the site. Off campus, you will ALSO be prompted for your CUNYFirst login. If you have trouble, follow the instructions on our Fortunoff FAQ or check out Fortunoff's instructions and tutorial video. On subsequent uses, just use primary link in the database title above.
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