Deaf American Articles
These articles available online courtesy of the National Association of the Deaf, http://www.nad.org.
Deaf Heritage Excerpts
From Deaf Heritage: A Narrative History of Deaf America, by Jack R. Gannon.
The excerpts here are available with permission of the National Association of the Deaf, http://www.nad.org, and the author.
Deaf History Journal
Articles reproduced here with permission from The British Deaf History Society.
- Galliner, Nicola, Open Your Hands for the Dumb: The History of the Jewish School for the Deaf and Dumb in Berlin-Weissensee 1873-1942. Deaf History Journal, 4:3 (April 2001): 36-39.
- Stone, Emma, “Life Unworthy of Life: Experiences of Deaf People in Nazi Germany.” Deaf History Journal, 7:3 (April 2004): 41-42.
- Scarrot, Rachel, “My Experiences of Filming ‘Life Unworthy of Life’ for BBC’s See Hear!” Deaf History Journal, 7:3 (April 2004): 38-40.
- Hart, Jack, A Brief History of Jewish Deaf Children Evacuated during the Second World War between 1939/1946. Deaf History Journal Supplement, VI (April 2000): 9-16.
- Conway, Gail, I REMEMBER The World War 2: A BBC See Hear! Production. Deaf History Journal, 8.3 (April 2005): 29.
- Marsh, Christopher and Anthony Boyce, 60th Anniversary of Victory in Europe Day.
Deaf History Journal, 9:1 (August 2005): 21-25.
Gallaudet Today Articles
Articles originally published in Gallaudet Today.
JDCC News Articles
Surviving the Holocaust
These articles are available courtesy of the Jewish Deaf Community Center.
- “Saw Better Opportunities in America: Doris Rosen Fedrid and Esther Rosen Landman”
- “Anti-Semitism Sent Him To America: Fred Fedrid”
- “Strong Bonds and Promises To Take Care of Each Other Kept Them Alive! Hertha Gross Rothenberg Myers”
- “Escaped at Last Through An Underground Tunnel: Joseph Schertz”
- “A Strong Willed and Brave Woman Who Never Gave Up Hope: Marion Schlessinger Intrator”
- “Love Conquered All Odds: Rose Steinberg Feld Rosman”
- “History of Deaf Holocaust Victims”
Temple Beth Solomon of the Deaf Articles
These articles are available courtesy of Temple Beth Solomon of the Deaf Survivors
Silent Cavalier Newspaper
Military Service Clippings
- Bluefield, W. Va. October 1942, p. 2, vol. 3 no. 2
- Found! A Deaf Soldier July 1943 p. 3, vol. 3 no. 11
- The Deaf Fit in At Army Map Service January 1944 p. 1, vol. 4 no. 5
- Labor Draft Might Induct 4-Fs First January 1944 p. 1, vol. 4 no. 5
- War Flying Harms Hearing Febuary 1944 p. 1, vol. 4 no. 6
- Son of Deaf Couple With Paratroopers Febuary 1944 p. 1, vol. 4 no. 6
- Robert E. Vaughan Air Corps S-SGT July 1944 p. 1, vol. 4 no. 10
Red Cross Mobile Clippings
- Photo of Red Cross Clubmobile September 1943 p. 1, vol. 3 no. 13
- Clubmobile Is Hit of Army Show October 1943 p. 1, vol. 4 no. 2
Schools for the Deaf and WWII Clippings
- Rochester School Helps Schools in China February 1943, p. 1, vol. 3 no. 6
- Deaf Japanese Students Rejected by Oregon February 1943, p. 1, vol. 3 no. 6
- Causes Spy Scare With Flashlight December 1942, p. 4, vol. 3 no. 4
Sign Language and the Military Clippings
- Knudsen Talks to Deaf in Sign Language Januay 1943, p. 1, vol. 3 no. 5
- The Silent Cavalier is Considering Becoming a National Paper for the Deaf Januay 1943, p. 1, vol. 3 no. 5
- Deaf PX Barber Says Soldiers Should Learn To Speak Sign Language July 1943 p. 1, vol. 3 no. 11
Victory Fund and War Bonds Clippings
- Victory Fund Party In Norfolk A Big Success September 1942, p. 3, vol. 3 no. 1
- Virginia In Second Place In Victory Drive With $584.69 September 1942, pp. 1, 4, vol. 3 no. 1
- N.A.D. Victory Fund Now Totals $7,536.49 November 1942, p. 1, vol. 3 no. 3
- Deaf Couple Exchange 6192 Copper Lincolns For $100 War Bond November 1942, p. 3, vol. 3 no. 3
- Victory Fund May 1943 p. 2, vol. 3 no. 9
- The N.A.D. and the Victory Fund August 1943 p. 2, vol. 3 no. 12
- Victory Fund Buys Three Clubmobiles for Red Cross September 1943 p. 1, vol. 3 no. 13
War Plant Jobs and Deaf People Clippings
- Jobs for the Handicapped February 1943, p. 2, vol. 3 no. 6
- Deaf Mutes Win Spurs On Production Front March 1943, p. 4, vol. 3 no. 7
- Roosevelt Praises Oklahoma Deaf May 1943 p. 1, vol. 3 no. 9
- Lab. Plans to Staff Plant With Deaf Only December 1943 p. 1, vol. 4 no. 4
- Bendix Co. Praises Handicapped Workers Febuary 1944 p. 1, vol. 4 no. 6
War Stamps Clippings
- Deaf Newsboy Sets Record in Stamp Sales April 1943 p. 1, vol. 3 no. 8
Online courtesy of the Altizer family.
- “Pre-Holocaust Experience with a Jewish Deaf Family,” by Lilly Shirey
- “A Deaf Profile: A Mother’s Courage Defied the Nazis,” by Robert Swain
- “Images of Darkness, Flickers of Light,” by Lynne Bohlman
- “The Forgotten Americans,” by Barbara Kannapell
- “The Forgotten Americans PowerPoint Presentation“
- “Genocide & Deafness,” by Stephen Baldwin
- “Too Long Been Silent: Japanese Americans Speak Out,” excerpt about Hannah Tomiko Holmes, by Roger W. Axford
- “24 billion internment lawsuit,” excerpt about Hannah Tomiko Holmes, by Janet Kaye
- Visual Histories: Recording, Preserving, Disseminating and Analyzing Deaf Stories
- “Deaf Victims of the Holocaust” – Honors Theses by Volper