A Holocaust Reader: From Ideology to Annihilation

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Rita S. Botwinick
Prentice Hall, 1998 - History - 207 pages
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This unique book presents selections of original material related to the Holocaust, including documents, memoirs, and other primary sources that allows readers an unfiltered, firsthand means of evaluating the causes, events, and results of the Holocaust. A Holocaust Reader includes material excerpted from documents and memoirs that is intended to supplement information generally available on the Holocaust. It also includes an index, uncommon in anthologies. An essential reference book for anyone studying the Holocaust for personal or professional reasons.

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Origin and Development
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Botwinick of Florida Atlantic University

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