Remembering for the Future: Jews and Christians during and after the Holocaust
A collection of working papers and addresses discussed at the international interfaith conference Remembering for the Future: The Impact of the Holocaust and Genocide on Jews and Christians . This three-volume work representing the current state of Holocaust research, is an invaluable source for those involved in researching and teaching this and related subjects.The papers focus on two main themes: Jews and Christians during and after the Holocaust and The impact of the Holocaust on the contemporary world and represent the views of scholars from all over the world. It is intended that these volumes will be productive of new perspectives, new research, expanded sensitivity to fears and dangers experienced by many people and greater awareness in our cultures, religious faiths, scientific thinking and technological-managerial decision-making of actions that may have genocidal consequences.
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