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The Holocaust

Author: William Phillips
Publisher: Amawalk, N.Y. : Golden Owl Pub. Co., ©1992.
Series: Golden Owl portfolio.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Examines the evolution of a pre-modern cultural and religious prejudice to its modern, fatal culmination in the "Final Solution of the Jewish Question"
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Phillips
OCLC Number: 26925032
Description: 1 portfolio (20 pieces) : illustrations, facsimiles ; 35 x 24 cm.
Contents: Notes on exhibits / by William Phillips --
Broadsheet I. The historical origins of antisemitism --
Broadsheet II. Hitler and the rise of Nazism --
Broadsheet III. The final solution --
Broadsheet IV. The response of the free world --
Broadsheet V. The legacy of the holocaust --
Exhibit 1. Chronology of the Holocaust --
Exhibit 2. Der Stürmer [front page] --
Exhibit 3. Heydrich directive, 21 September 1939 [and translation] --
Exhibit 4. [Letter of] Goering to Heydrich, 31 July 1941 [and translation] --
Exhibit 5. Reich citizenship law [and translation] --
Exhibit 6. Portions of the Wansee Protocol --
Exhibit 7. Treatment of the Jewish question [and translation] --
Exhibit 8. [Maps illustrating the geography of genocide] --
Exhibit 9. Zyklon B invoice and photograph of canister --
Exhibit 10. Birkenau Extermination Camp [aerial photograph] --
Exhibit 11. [Images of the Holocaust] --
Exhibit 12. [Newspaper coverage of the Holocaust], New York times, November 11, 1938 [front page] --
Books to read / compiled by William Phillips.
Series Title: Golden Owl portfolio.
Responsibility: by William Phillips.

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Examines the evolution of a pre-modern cultural and religious prejudice to its modern, fatal culmination in the "Final Solution of the Jewish Question"

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