The Holocaust : the Nazi destruction of Europe's Jews
Call Number940.5318 S36h (in processing)
Statement of ResponsibilityGerhard Schoenberner ; translated from the German by Susan Sweet ; with a new introduction by Allan Gould.
Creators & ContributorsSchoenberner, Gerhard
Summary"First published under the title The Yellow Star, this is a revised and enlarged edition of the book, with a new introduction by Allan Gould... This collection, gathered together by a German journalist, shows in vivid and painful detail the truth about the Nazi treatment of the Jews. Persecution takes on new meaning for the reader, who witnesses the terror in Hitler's pre-war Germany, the misery of the Polish ghettos, the wholesale shootings in the Soviet Union, the deportations from all countries of occupied Europe, the massacre in the death camps, the rebellion and destruction of the Warsaw ghetto, and the liberation of the concentration camps by the Allied forces in the Spring of 1945." —Back cover
- In Hitler's Germany
- Poland—Experimental Field of Operations
- In the Ghettos
- Mass Executions
- The Deportations
- The Death Camps
Physical Description vii, 224 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
LanguageEnglish, Translated from the German by Susan Sweet.
PublisherEdmonton : Hurtig Publishers
- Translation of: Der gelbe Stern
- Previously published as The yellow star. London : Corgi, 1969
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 222–223)
RecognitionGifted in 2020 by Margaret B.