Unanswered Questions: Nazi Germany and the Genocide of the Jews

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François Furet
Schocken Books, 1989 - Antisemitism - 392 pages
Several noted historians provide essays which debate and discuss the origins, meanings, and implications for the future based on the experience of the Holocaust. provides answers to issues that have never been examined.

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This collection of essays by noted Holocaust historians explores controversial points in the study of the Nazi genocide of the Jews. These scholars believe that Hitler did order the Final Solution ... Read full review

Contents

The Written Matter and the Spoken Word
33
Retracing the Twisted Road
54
Relations Between Jews and NonJews
71
Copyright

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