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The Holocaust : maps and photographs : a record of the destruction of Jewish life in Europe during the dark years of Nazi rule

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The Holocaust : maps and photographs : a record of the destruction of Jewish life in Europe during the dark years of Nazi rule
Call No: 940.5318 G46h

Call Number940.5318 G46h
Dates1994; ©1994
Statement of ResponsibilityMartin Gilbert.
Creators & ContributorsGilbert, Martin (author)
Summary"In this atlas, Martin Gilbert has given us a record of the destruction of Jewish life in Europe during the years of Nazi rule." —Back cover
ContentsList of maps:
  1. Two Thousand Years of Jewish Life in Europe
  2. A Thousand Years of Jewish Culture and Communal Life
  3. Some Early Records of Jewish Town Life in Europe before 1600
  4. Persecution, Expulsion and Refuge, 1000 AD–1600
  5. Massacre, Pogrom and Emigration, 1600–1920
  6. The Persecution of the Jews of Germany in the First Five Years of Nazi Rule, 1933–1938
  7. German Official Plans for the 'Final Solution'
  8. The Concentration Camps
  9. Oscar Schindler: saviour of 1,500 Jews
  10. Non-Jewish Victims of Nazi Rule
  11. The Fate of the Gypsies Under Nazi Rule
  12. The Deportation of Jews from Holland, Belgium, France, Italy and Greece
  13. The Desperate Search for a Country of Refuge
  14. The Jews of Germany, Austria and Scandinavia
  15. The Jews of Central Europe
  16. The Jews of Poland, 1939–1945
  17. The Jews of Western Russia, the Ukraine and the Crimea
  18. The Hidden Child: Europe
  19. The Hidden Child: Belgium
  20. Jewish Revolts, 1942–1945
  21. Jewish Partisans and Resistance Fighters
  22. The Theresienstadt Ghetto
  23. A Girl Who Perished: Anne Frank
  24. A Girl Who Survived: Kitty Hart
  25. The Righteous Among the Nations
  26. The Jewish Death Toll, 1939–1945
Physical Description v, 59 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherNew York : Braun Center for Holocaust Studies, and Martin Gilbert
EditionThird (revised) edition
NotesIncludes bibliographical references (page 57)
RecognitionDedicated to Natalie Rozen, in appreciation of your role in challenging racism and teaching others about children's human rights during the exhibit, "We Were Children Then" —The Staff & Board of the Holocaust Education Centre