Ted J. Narozanick World War II Studies Resource Center

Public Research Assets 

The Narozanick Room Resource Center gives 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 thousands of books and original newspapers from World War II, the newspapers donated from the family of the late Charles and Margaret DiSogra of Staten Island, NY.

The Narozanick room is generally open during normal business hours; appointments can also be scheduled for specific research.

For more information, please contact the Center office at (732) 224-2086


Professor Marc David Bonagura, Director


732-224-1985 (voice mail)

908-358-8183 (cell)

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.