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Perpetrators, victims, bystanders : the Jewish catastrophe, 1933–1945

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Perpetrators, victims, bystanders : the Jewish catastrophe, 1933–1945
Call No: 940.5318 H64p

Call Number940.5318 H64p
Dates[1992]; ©1992
Statement of ResponsibilityRaul Hilberg.
Creators & ContributorsHilberg, Raul (author)
Summary"Perpetrators Victims Bystanders... focuses on people—people in all three categories of the title. We learn who they were and what they did and did not do. And what was done to them... readers of this book, no matter how much or how little knowledge they may bring to it, will come away with an enhanced understanding of how this great human catastrophe happened." —Book jacket
ContentsPerpetrators
  • Adolf Hitler
  • The establishment
  • Old functionaries
  • Newcomers
  • Zealots, vulgarians, and bearers of burdens
  • Physicians and lawyers
  • Non-German governments
  • Non-German volunteers
Victims
  • The Jewish leaders
  • The refugees
  • Men and women
  • Mixed marriages
  • Children
  • Christian Jews
  • The advantaged, the strugglers, and the dispossessed
  • The unadjusted
  • The survivors
Bystanders
  • Nations in Adolf Hitler's Europe
  • Helpers, gainers, and onlookers
  • Messengers
  • The Jewish rescuers
  • The Allies
  • Neutral countries
  • The churches
Physical Description xii, 340 pages ; 25 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherNew York : Aaron Asher Books, HarperCollinsPublishers
EditionFirst Edition
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
RecognitionGifted in 2011 by the Isaac Waldman Jewish Public Library