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Hitler and the Holocaust

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Hitler and the Holocaust
Call No: 940.5318 W81h

Call Number940.5318 W81h
Dates2003; ©2001
Statement of ResponsibilityRobert S. Wistrich.
Creators & ContributorsWistrich, Robert S. (author)
Summary"Robert S. Wistrich examines Europe’s long history of violence against its Jewish populations, looks at the forces that shaped Hitler’s belief in a 'satanic Jewish power' that must be eradicated, and discusses the process by which Hitler gained power and finalized his plans for mass genocide. He concludes by addressing the abiding legacy of the Holocaust and the lessons that can be drawn from it." —Publisher
Contents
  1. Anti-Semitism and the Jews
  2. From Weimar to Hitler
  3. Persecution and resistance
  4. "Final Solution"
  5. Between the cross and the swastika
  6. Collaboration across Europe
  7. Britain, America, and the Holocaust
  8. Modernity and the Nazi genocide
Physical Description xviii, 295 pages ; 20 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherNew York : The Modern Library
EditionModern Library Paperback Edition
NotesIncludes bibliographical references (pages 241–285) and index