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Dictionary of the Holocaust : biography, geography, and terminology

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Dictionary of the Holocaust : biography, geography, and terminology
Call No: REF 940.5318 E64d

Call NumberREF 940.5318 E64d
Sub-CollectionReference Collection
Dates1997; ©1997
Statement of ResponsibilityEric Joseph Epstein and Philip Rosen ; foreword by Henry R. Huttenbach.
Creators & ContributorsEpstein, Eric Joseph (author)
Rosen, Philip (author)
Huttenbach, Henry R. (contributor)
Summary"In 2,000 entries, [this resource] profiles major personalities, covers concentration and death camps, cities and countries, and significant events. Also included are important terms translated from German, French, Polish, Yiddish, and twelve other languages. Biographical entries give a brief history, the person's significance, and their historical context. Geographical entries pinpoint exact locations using other cities or countries as landmarks, and give the number of Jewish inhabitants before Nazi occupation, and the percentage of Jews killed. Historical background is provided for such events as Kristallnacht and the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, and entries on concentration and death camps give details on the nationalities interned, each camp's specific location, and its history." Back cover
Physical Description xvi, 416 pages ; 24 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherWestport, Conn. : Greenwood Press
NotesIncludes bibliographical references (pages [359]–381) and index