The Holocaust : the world and the Jews, 1933–1945
Call NumberYA 940.5318 R82h
Statement of ResponsibilitySeymour Rossel.
Creators & ContributorsRossel, Seymour
(author)Altshuler, David A.
SummaryDiscusses how, between 1938 and 1945, the Nazis planned and carried out a program of extermination against the Jews of Europe now known as the Holocaust, and how the Holocaust continues to affect our everyday lives.
ContentsUnit One The Holocaust
Unit Two The World and the Jews
- Studying the Holocaust
- The Holocaust begins
- Life in the ghettos
- The death camps
Unit Three Resistance, rescue, and justice
- Why the Jews?
- The Nazi rise to power
- People will believe what they are told
- No way out
- The war and the Jews
Postscript: Remembering the Holocaust
- When didi the world learn of the Holocaust?
- The righteous few
- A struggle to the death
- War crimes and punishment
- A Holocaust chronology
- Suggestions for further study
Physical Description 191 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm.
PublisherWest Orange, N.J. : Behrman House, Inc.
NotesIncludes bibliographical references (pages 184–187) and index
AudienceSchool Library Journal recommendation: Age 13 and up
RecognitionGifted by Ronnie Tessler