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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert H Abzug
|Description:||256 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction - PART ONE: THE FIRST YEAR OF THE NAZI REGIME, 1933-35 - From The Jews in Nazi Germany, 1933 - From The New York Times - Letters of the American Friends Service Committee - From the Christian Century - PART TWO: EXCLUSION, EMIGRATION AND WAR 1935-41 - Atlantic Monthly Symposium - Responses to the Symposium - The Lindbergh Controversy, September 1941 - PART THREE; IMAGINING THE UNIMAGINABLE 1942-45 - The Nazi War Against the Jews, 1939-45 - American Knowledge and Comprehension - Letters to the Editor of The Nation - Three Views of the Liberation of Maidanek - Views of the Liberations - APPENDICES - Chronology - Questions for Consideration - Suggestions for Further Reading - Index|
|Series Title:||Bedford series in history and culture.|
"As an admirer of Robert Abzug's previous work, I am pleased to see him offer such sorely needed material for undergraduates. At a time when Holocaust deniers seem more active than ever, this book