Toward Genocide

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World Almanac Library, 2006 - Genocide - 48 pages
This book looks at the period of World War II when Nazi Germany began its deadly march through the nations of Europe. It follows the progression of the war and the Nazis' move from persecution to mass murder of Europe's Jews. It explores the life of Jews in the ghettos, the enslavement and killing of Jewish prisoners, and the looming horror of genocide in Nazi-built death camps. Book jacket.

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David Downing is a noted historian of World War II.

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