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The yellow star : the persecution of the Jews in Europe, 1933-1945

Author: Gerhard Schoenberner
Publisher: New York : Fordam University Press, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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After the yellow badge that the Nazis forced the persecuted Jews to wear. With its comprehensive, authoritative presentation of visual and textual evidence, much of which had not been seen before, The Yellow Star shocked the German population and introduced the world to many haunting images. The book endures as one of the most important documentary accounts of the Holocaust, reprinted in many German editions and
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Genre/Form: Illustrated works
Pictorial works
Nonfiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gerhard Schoenberner
ISBN: 0823223906 9780823223909
OCLC Number: 55729923
Description: xv, 294 pages : illustrations, map ; 25 cm
Contents: In Hitler's Germany --
Poland: experimental field --
In the ghettos --
Mass executions --
The deportations --
The extermination camps --
Resistance --
Liberation.
Other Titles: Gelbe Stern.
Responsibility: Gerhard Schoenberner.
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After the yellow badge that the Nazis forced the persecuted Jews to wear. With its comprehensive, authoritative presentation of visual and textual evidence, much of which had not been seen before, The Yellow Star shocked the German population and introduced the world to many haunting images. The book endures as one of the most important documentary accounts of the Holocaust, reprinted in many German editions and published in eight languages. The photographs are accompanied by extracts from.

Nazi and German documents-laws, decrees, and other Reich memoranda, field reports from SS officers and concentration camp directors, newspaper editorials, and other writings. Schoenberner also provides detailed captions to the photographs. Organized chronologically, the book follows the growing scope and terror of the Holocaust, from the first anti-Jewish laws and Kristallnacht to ghetto uprisings and the Final Solution, culminating in the liberation of the death camps. Each chapter has a.

Narrative introduction by the author. While remaining true to the author's original concept, this new edition is a completely fresh presentation of the photographs and documents, with several enhancements. Schoenberner has added new photographs, replaced others, updated the captions and commentary when necessary, and updated and expanded the bibliography. Even if anti-Semitism were not on the rise in today's world, The Yellow Star would still be an essential book. In photograph after.

Photograph, page after page, the Shoah unfolds as inexorable horror-captured with resonance that remains unequaled.

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