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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Michael Berenbaum; Abraham J Peck; United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
|Notes:||Reprint. Originally published: 1998.
Third printing, 2002.
|Description:||xv, 836 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Probing the Holocaust: where we are, where we need to go --
Antisemitism and racism in Nazi ideology --
The politics of racial health and science --
The Nazi State: leadership and bureaucracy --
"Ordinary men": the sociopolitical background --
Multiple voices: ideology, exclusion, and coercion --
Concentration camps: their task and environment --
The Axis, the Allies, and the Neutrals --
Jewish leadership, Jewish resistance --
The rescuers --
The survivor experience.
|Responsibility:||edited by Michael Berenbaum and Abraham J. Peck.|
"A huge and hugely significant collection of much of the best Holocaust scholarship to appear in the last half-century... With this one weighty volume of 54 chapters (and extensive notes), a reader