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In this book Browning examines the experiences of Jewish prisoners and the policies of Nazi officers based on testimonies from survivors of the Starachowice slave-labor camp.
A revisionist history of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising of April - May 1943.
Bukey, Evan Burr
Bukey examines popular opinion in Hitler's native country after the Anschluss (annexation) of 1938. He uses evidence gathered in Europe and the United States to dissect the reactions, views, and conduct of disparate political and social groups.
Over three days in November 1941, in Sosenki Forest outside the city of Rovno, Ukraine, German death squads supported by local collaborationists murdered some 23,500 Jewish men, women, and children. Often remembered as "the second Babi Yar," the massacre was one of nearly a hundred similar German-sponsored, large-scale, anti-Jewish killing operations perpetrated in Soviet zones during the early months of World War II on the Eastern Front.
Clendinnen explores the experience of the Holocaust from both the victims' and the perpetrators' point of view. She focuses on the actions of the murderers in the police battalions and among the SS in the camps, and considers how the Holocaust has been portrayed in poetry, fiction, and film.
Cohen presents comprehensive scholarship on the experience of the American Jewish survivor in the immediate postwar years.
An insightful new study that develops the theme of Jewish annihiliation as necessary to the Nazi myth of genesis.
Dean examines the seizure of Jewish property by the Nazis and their collaborators throughout Nazi-occupied Europe within the context of the Holocaust.
Desbois, Fr. Patrick
Father Desbois chronicles his search for the mass graves of Ukrainian Jews murdered in the Holocaust.
Dreyfuss, Jean-Marc and Daniel Langton
Provides an overview of the key themes and theoretical developments that inform the nature of historical writing on the Holocaust.
Des Pres, Terence
De Pres studies the lives of Holocaust survivors to understand the conditions and spirit that enabled some to survive.
Drucker, Malka; Helperin, Michael
This is the story of Jacob, a Jewish boy in Poland who moves in with a Christian family in 1941 after the Jews of Warsaw are forced to relocate from their homes into the newly established ghetto. Jacob must pretend he is their son, pass as a Christian and keep from getting caught.
Dwork, Debórah (Introduction and Notes); Weiner, Pavel (Author, Translator); Weiner, Karen (Editor)
Covers a year of the life of Pavel Weiner, a Czech Jewish boy, in the Theresienstadt transit camp in Terezin.
Dwork details the history of children who were affected by the Holocaust. Dwork bases her studies on oral histories, archival records, and letters and diaries of children who were in hiding, in transit camps, ghettos, forced labor camps, or killing centers.
Dwork, Debórah; van Pelt, Robert Jan
No symbol of the Holocaust is more profound than Auschwitz. How could such an ordinary town become a site of such terror? Who conceived, created, and constructed the camp? This text reveals how an unremarkable Polish village was transformed into a killing field. Includes 200 photographs & architectural plans.
Dwork, Debórah; van Pelt, Robert Jan
Dwork and van Pelt trace Jewish emigration and refugee policy from the beginning of the Third Reich through the creation of displaced persons camps.