Burning Memory: Times of Testing and Reckoning
Pergamon, 1993 - History - 340 pages
Burning Memory approaches the devastating events of 1933 - 1945 from the dual perspectives of some of those who lived through & survived the Nazis' wholesale murder of Europe's Jews & of some of those who never experienced those traumatic events but who also recognise the need to remember that time & teach others to remember. The very recent upsurge of neo-Nazism & antisemitism in Germany & elsewhere gives this book a challenging immediacy.
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