When searching in the Library of Congress Online Catalog for materials related to the Holocaust in the Library of Congress catalog and in other repositories, there are several strategies to keep in mind.
The Library of Congress collects materials in many languages and scripts. Since the 1980's, LC has distributed catalog records that include non-Latin script data in bibliographic records and in references in authority records. Starting with Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, LC now includes support for many of the languages that use the Cyrillic, Greek, Hebrew, and Perso-Arabic scripts. Romanization is also for systems that cannot use non-Latin forms, have support for only some scripts, or require romanized fields for indexing and sorting purposes.
When searching for related material in the Library of Congress online catalog, it may be helpful to utilize the Library of Congress romanization tables, available at the link below:
Authorized subject headings can be useful when searching in online catalogs. Subject headings include standardized topics, names, places, titles, and forms/genres of material. Subject headings like those listed below can help researchers get started and to perform searches in the Library' of Congress Online Catalog.