Why we watched : Europe, America, and the Holocaust
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Why we watched : Europe, America, and the Holocaust

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Why we watched : Europe, America, and the Holocaust
Call No: 940.5318 H21w

Call Number940.5318 H21w
Dates©2008
Statement of ResponsibilityTheodore S. Hamerow.
Creators & ContributorsHamerow, Theodore S. (author)
Contentspt. 1. The Great Depression and anti-Semitism: Eastern Europe in crisis -- A French predicament -- Britain wrestles with the refugee problem -- Seeking asylum in the New World: The United States, Canada or Latin America? -- pt. 2. The unending American debate: In search of a haven -- The war of words -- A Jewish hush-hush strategy -- Scylla, Charybdis, and Washington, D.C. -- pt. 3. The destruction of European Jewery: The start of a genocide -- Militant Jews, circumspect Jews, and doomed Jews -- A statecraft of carefully calibrated compassion -- Should more have been done to stop the Holocaust? -- pt. 4. From victimhood to martyrdom -- The twilight of European Jewery -- The emergence of the Holocaust.
Physical Description xxi, 520 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherNew York : W.W. Norton & Company
EditionFirst Edition
NotesIncludes bibliographical references (pages [493]–498) and index