Examples of Reference Sources: Almanacs, atlases, bibliographies, dictionaries / thesauruses, encyclopedias, handbooks, and indexes.
The print and electronic sources below are encyclopedias and other reference sources that will give you a broad overview of your subject:
This will allow you to better understand where the specific information you find later fits in the bigger picture.
The following search terms can be used: resistance, partisan, underground, and individual / group names.
Jewish Women's Encyclopedia is the world's largest collection of information on Jewish women and is dedicated to collecting and promoting their extraordinary stories; from the Jewish Women's Archive. Also contains a multimedia gallery including public domain images which can be used in your project. Includes in-depth articles on Hannah Senesh / Szenes and Havivah Reik.
Sirota, Kelly, and Greta Bucher. "Women’s Role: How Important was the Role of Women in World War II?" In World War II, 1943-1945, edited by Dennis Showalter, 302-308. Vol. 5 of History in Dispute. Detroit, MI: St. James Press, 2000. Gale eBooks (accessed March 26, 2021). https://link.gale.com/apps/doc/CX2876500049/GVRL?u=s1532&sid=GVRL&xid=89bc79c8.
Stoneman, Mark R., and William H. Kautt. "Resistance Movements: Were Resistance and Partisan Movements Decisive in Bringing about the Defeat of Germany in World War II?" In World War II, 1943-1945, edited by Dennis Showalter, 243-248. Vol. 5 of History in Dispute. Detroit, MI: St. James Press, 2000. Gale eBooks (accessed April 6, 2021). https://link.gale.com/apps/doc/CX2876500041/GVRL?u=s1532&sid=GVRL&xid=58cc121b.
The print edition of the the above articles can be found in the Reference collection: Ref D20 .H543 2000 v. 5.
To cite an encyclopedia / reference source, first choose the NoodleTools option that best describes where you found it.
Next you will choose the type of source you are citing. In this case, Reference Source.
You will complete both parts of the Reference Source form:
Note: Reference sources can also be cited in NoodleTools using the ISBN (International Standard Book Number) if provided. The ISBN can be found on the back cover of a book or on the back side of the title page. It can also be found in databases containing sources originally produced in print. If you don't find it, we can help you. Books published before about 1967 won't have an ISBN.