Can It Happen Again?: Chronicles of the Holocaust

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Roselle K. Chartock, Jack Spencer
Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers, Incorporated, 2001 - History - 398 pages
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This landmark collection of eyewitness accounts, memoirs, documents and writings on the Nazi Holocaust provides unparalleled insight into the darkest chapter in human history. Finally in paperback, with a new foreword and several new essays, CAN IT HAPPEN AGAIN? is a comprehensive volume of documents from eyewitnesses, participants and our most eminent writers, journalists and scholars on the Holocaust. Contributors include Elie Wiesel, Anne Frank, Primo Levi, Albert Speer, Art Spiegelman, Thomas Keneally, Abraham Foxman, Arthur Koestler, George Orwell-and Adolf Hitler himself. Included in this edition are recent selections touching upon the horrors in Cambodia, the Wounded Knee massacre, the dilemma posed by Nazi war criminals and a portfolio of artwork by Si Lewen, a Polish artist whose work reflects the pain and inhumanity of the Nazi camps.

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About the author (2001)

Rosell K. Chartock is professor of education at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. She taught social studies for fifteen years at Monument Mountain Regional High School in Great Barrington, MA where she resides. Her most recent publications include Educational Foundations: An Anthology, and a chapter in Including Music in a Study of the Holocaust. She continues to write, lecture and offer workshops on the subject of the Holocaust.

Jack Spencer has been part of the Berkshire Hills Regional School system in Great Barrington, MA for 39 years as a social studies teacher, principal and assistant superintendent. He lives in Stockbridge, MA.

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