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Hitler's war against the Jews : a young reader's version of The war against the Jews, 1933–1945, by Lucy S. Dawidowicz

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Call NumberJ 940.5318 A46h
Dates[1978]; ©1978
Statement of ResponsibilityDavid A. Altshuler.
Creators & ContributorsAltshuler, David A. (author)
Dawidowicz, Lucy S. (contributor)
SummaryDiscusses the growth of antisemitism in Germany from the sixteenth century until the Holocaust during the twentieth century. Includes topics for discussion.
ContentsPart one. The Final Solution

1. Adolf Hitler
2. Mein Kampf
3. The rise of Anti-Semitism in modern Germany
4. German political Anti-Semitism, 1873–1932
5. The Nazis in power: Anti-Jewish legislation, 1933–1935
6. The SS: instrument of the final solution
7. Foreign policy, race, and war
8. From internal war to world war
9. The annihilation camps: kingdom of death
10. Looking back

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Part two. The Holocaust

11. The Jews in Germany
12. From freedom to ghetto
13. Death and life in the East European ghettos
14. The official community: the Judenrat
15. The alternative community: voluntary organizations
16. The counter community: the political underground
17. Who shall live, who shall die
18. "For your freedom and ours"
19. The Warsaw Ghetto
20. Warsaw: the last resistance
21. The Jewish response to crisis

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Physical Description 190 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherNew York : Behrman House, Inc.
  • "Lucy Dawidowicz's research, culminating in The War Against the Jews, 1933–1945 and A Holocaust Reader, is the foundation of the present narrative." Acknowledgments
  • Includes index
RecognitionGifted in 1993 by Ronnie Tessler