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Dwork, Debórah; van Pelt, Robert Jan
Dwork and van Pelt provide a history of the Holocaust. Their work begins in the Middle Ages and continues through to the post-Holocaust world.
Evans, Richard J.
This final book in Evans' trilogy on the Third Reich examines the Nazi regime during 1939-1945. He looks at German military campaigns and life on the home front in relation to policies and practices against Jews and others.
Details Joel Brand's and the Jewish rescue committee's heroic attempt to save Hungary's Jewish population.
The journal of a Jewish girl in her early teens describes both the joys and torments of daily life, as well as typical adolescent thoughts, throughout two years spent in hiding with her family during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands.
This illustrated volume is a collection and comparison of the three versions of Anne Frank's diary: Anne's original entries, including never-before-published material; the diary as she herself edited it while in hiding; and the best-known version, edited by her father.
A newly translated edition of Anne Frank's diary restores the original one-third omitted text that offered insight into Anne's emerging sexuality and her turbulent relationship with her mother.
Friedlander explores how the Nazi euthanasia program provided a practical model for mass murder. He focuses on how the techniques of mass murder developed for the euthanasia program served as the models for the final solution's extermination camps.
Friedländer describes and interprets the steadily increasing anti-Jewish persecution in Germany after the 1933 Nazi ascension to power.
In has latest work, Friedländer completes his two-volume, comprehensive study of the Holocaust in Europe.
Examines the variety of cinematic responses to the Holocaust as well as the Shoah’s impact on cinematic expression itself.
A Small Town Near Auschwitz examines the life and role of Udo Klausa, a local Nazi, during the Holocaust. Fulbrook's work attempts to answer the question how those citizens only 25 miles away from Auschwitz claim they did not know what happened during the Holocaust.
Geddes, Jennifer L., ed.
The Double Binds examines the impact of the Holocaust on ethical values, and attempts to measure the repercussions of that impact on mankind's confidence in morality.
Gies recalls how she, her husband and several of their coworkers sheltered her boss, Otto Frank, his family, and several other Jews in a secret annex of their Amsterdam office building during World War II.
Beginning with isolated incidents of prewar violence and expanding in scope with the Third Reich's rise to power, this book is a geographic exploration of the Holocaust. It includes maps and diagrams of expulsions, forced marches, mass executions, and concentration camps.
The author uses oral histories as well as over 30 illustrations to present this period in history.
Gigliotti examines the role of the train during the Holocaust as a means of transportation and devastation in its own right.