Remembering: Voices of the Holocaust: A New History in the Words of the Men and Women who Survived

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Carroll & Graf, 2006 - History - 351 pages
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A landmark achievement in Holocaust scholarship, Remembering Voices of the Holocaust is culled from hours of first person accounts from survivors recorded for inclusion in the sound archives of both the Imperial War Museum in London, and the National Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC. In their own words, Jewish survivors as well as Gypsies, Jehovah's Witnesses, and both perpetrators and ordinary observers recount the entire horrific arc of the Holocaust from the ominous rise of the Nazi party during the Weimar days through the liquidation of the ghettos and the institution of Hitler's "final solution," continuing on to the liberation of the camps and the harrowing aftermath of the War.

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Lyn Smith was involved in the creation of the Holocaust sound archive at the Imperial War Museum from its inception. She has been interviewing Holocaust survivors for over twenty-five years. She is also a lecturer in International Politics at the Open University in the UK.

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