Warning and Hope: The Nazi Murder of European Jewry : a Survivor's Account

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Vallentine Mitchell, 2003 - History - 558 pages
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Warning and Hope is unique in many ways. It is a well of information about the Nazi persecution of the Jews and other minorities, the global consequences of these acts of terror and the mentality of the perpetrators as well as the victims, and the hypocrisy of the passive bystanders. As a concise and comprehensive text, its straightforward narrative will appeal to the casual reader and the serious Shoah student alike, for it responds to the most frequently asked questions. This book not only describes the horrific historic events of the Holocaust, but also penetrates to the heart of the matter with an emphasis on the detection of the early signposts heralding similar events.

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Contents

DAYS OF DISGRACE AND REDEMPTION 19391945
6
Remembering Things Past
20
WARNING EARLY HISTORY TO POSTWORLD WAR
31
Copyright

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William Samelson is Visiting Professor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies at the University of Texas at San Antonio.

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