CPHS has approximately 39,000 print resources. You can consult our online catalog, DESTINY, both in school and from home, to find out if we have materials on your topic. Read the descriptions of each resource. If a resource looks like it has potential, write down the Dewey number of the book. Most of our World War II and Resistance Movements books are located in the and 940.53 section.
Most of the books related to the general topic of World War II Resistance Movements have been pulled and placed on a cart for you. You will need to check the INDEX at the back of these books to find specific information that you are looking for. You may use these books in the LMC but, since there are many classes using the books, you will not be allowed to check them out. Look for books on more specific topics in DESTINY. For instance, we have several books on Oskar Schindler, found in 921 SCH.
You can search DESTINY right from the search box above.
Last, F. M. (Year Published) Book Title. City, State: Publisher.
Atwood, Kathryn J. (2011) Women Heroes of World War II : 26 Stories of Espionage, Sabotage, Resistance, and Rescue. Chicago, Illinois: Chicago Review Press.
Using the INDEX at the back of the book will be important for this project. Most of the books in our collection on World War II contain sections on resistance movements. In other words, the entire book may not be on a particular resistance movement. Here are some search words to look for in the INDEX:
World War II - resistance movements
World II - French (or Dutch, or Jewish, or Lithuanian, etc.) resistance
World War II - France (or Denmark, or Norway, etc.)
World War II - righteous gentiles
World War II - Soviet partisans
World War II - women resistors
Violette Bushell Szabo
World War II - methods of resistance
Once you find this term, you will be given page numbers to refer to in the book. Go to these page numbers, and then read and take notes.