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The war against the Jews, 1933–1945

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Call Number940.5318 D26w
Dates1986; ©1986
Statement of ResponsibilityLucy S. Dawidowicz.
Creators & ContributorsDawidowicz, Lucy S. (author)
Summary"Lucy S. Dawidowicz’s classic tells the complete story of the Nazi Holocaust—from the insidious evolution of German Anti-Semitism to the ultimate tragedy of the Final Solution." —Publisher
ContentsIntroduction to the Tenth Anniversary Edition
The Subject: Definitions and Contours

Part I. The Final Solution
  1. The Jews in Hitler's Mental World
  2. Anti-Semitism in Modern Germany
  3. Phase One: Anti-Jewish Legislation, 1933–1935
  4. The SS: Instrument of the Final Solution
  5. Foreign Policy, Race, and War
  6. Phase Two: From Internal War to World War
  7. The Annihilation Camps: Kingdom of Death
  8. A Retrospective View

Part II. The Holocaust
  1. Between Freedom and Ghetto: The Jews in Germany, 1933–1938
  2. Death and Life in the East European Ghettos
  3. The Official Community: From Kehilla to Judenrat
  4. The Alternative Community
  5. The Countercommunity: The Political Underground
  6. Who Shall Live, Who Shall Die
  7. "For Your Freedom and Ours"
  8. Jewish Behavior in Crisis and Extremity
Appendices
  • Appendix A. The Fate of the Jews in Hitler's Europe: By Country—France; Belgium; Luxembourg; The Netherlands; Italy; Norway; Denmark; Finland; Germany and Austria; Czechoslovakia, The Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia; Slovakia; Hungary; Rumania; Bulgaria; Yugoslavia; Greece; Poland; Soviet Union
  • Appendix B. The Final Solution in Figures
Physical Description xxxx, 466 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherNew York : Bantam Books
EditionTenth Anniversary Edition ; Bantam trade edition
NotesIncludes bibliographical references (pages 437–456) and index
RecognitionGifted in 2019 by Shannon LaBelle & Kevin Forbes