Ted J. Narozanick World War II Studies Resource Center
Public Research Assets
The Center’s Public Research Assets give the public the opportunity to conduct primary-source research on the Brookdale campus. The Center has collected hundreds of video interviews with veterans; these videos are available for viewing in the Center’s Narozanick Room in the Bankier Library.
The Center also has hundreds of books pertaining to World War II and the Korean War, for use in either the Narozanick Room or the Bankier Library.
These assets provide a unique opportunity to anyone interested in conducting research into both academic and first-hand accounts of World War II. Lists of available memoirs and books are in the Narozanick Room. We hope these assets will prove useful to anyone interested in researching World War II.
The Narozanick Room will be open the following hours in Spring 2014:
For more information, please contact the Center at (732) 224-2086 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Resource Center is named for former Monmouth County Freeholder Ted Narozanick, veteran of the European Theater who fought in the Battle of the Bulge and received a Bronze Star.