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

Introduction
1
The Origins of the Holocaust
23
Jewish Responses to Antisemitism
37
B Fascist Italy
47
Nazi Germany
56
B The Nazi Party and Its Institutions
63
Racism and Antisemitism
75
G German Jewry in the Nazi Era
81
Jewish Organizations and Leadership
282
E Antisemitism in the Free World
291
Aftermath
299
Rebuilding European Jewry
307
Results
317
JewishGentile Relations since 1945
324
Establishing the Rule of Law
330
B The Pursuit of Justice
340

The Perpetrators
88
B Psychological Studies
95
B The Axis States
107
F Jews under Nazi Occupation
122
The Concentration Camps
133
Medical Crimes
143
B Topical Studies
151
Other War Crimes
158
Diaries and Testimonies
169
Memoirs
175
Resistance
188
B European Resistance
198
JewishGentile Relations in Extremis
213
B The Righteous Gentiles
219
The Reaction of the Free world
229
B The United States and the Holocaust
238
GovernmentsinExile and the Jews
246
G Planning for Postwar
262
The Reaction of the Jewish World
268
B Anglo Jewry
275
Denazification
347
The Hunt for Escaped Nazis
353
E The Eichmann Case
360
Reflections on the Holocaust
365
B Meditations on the Holocaust
376
Teaching the Holocaust
384
Commemoration
390
F Yizkor Books
401
B Short Stories
415
Poetry
432
F Art
443
B Works of Distortion
450
Research Guides
457
B Dissertations
485
Bibliographies and Guides
499
Glossary
506
AuthorTitle Index
513
Subject Index
637
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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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