Bibliography on Holocaust literature: Supplement, Volume 1

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Westview Press, 1990 - History - 684 pages
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This is a comprehensive, 9000-item bibliography of English-language materials on the Holocaust. Its scope is much wider than Vera Laska's Nazism, Resistance and Holocaust in World War II (Scarecrow ... Read full review

Contents

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The Origins of the Holocaust
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Jewish Responses to Antisemitism
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B Fascist Italy
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Nazi Germany
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Society and Culture under the Nazis
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Foreign Policy
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Individual Nazis
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E Drama and Film
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Research Guides
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A The Bystanders
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B The Righteous Gentiles
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l1 The Reaction of the Free World
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B The United States and the Holocaust
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Great Britain and the Holocaust
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F Personal Responses
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G Planning for Postwar
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The Reaction of the Jewish World
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B Anglo Jewry 27
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Jewish Organizations and Leadership
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E Antisemitism in the Free World
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l3 Aftermath
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The Search for Justice
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Reflections on the Holocaust
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B Meditations on the Holocaust
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B Dissertations
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About the author (1990)

ABRAHAM J. EDELHEIT, who recently received his Ph.D. in History from CUNY, and HERSHEL EDELHEIT are researchers and writers on the Holocaust and related topics. Among their earlier publications are Bibliography of Holocaust Literature, Jewish World in Modern Times, and A World in Turmoil (Greenwood Press, 1991).

HERSHEL EDELHEIT is director of Edelheit Research Institute for Contemporary History (ERICH), Brooklyn, New York.

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