Approaching the Holocaust: texts and contexts
A unique book, comprising seven essays designed to make the reader think more critically about the Holocaust. It combines the author's familiarity with the history, research, bibliography and teaching of the Holocaust, to present clear examples of the importance of approaching the subject critically. It provides the tools necessary for those who read and study the Holocaust to find their way in the ever-growing bibliography of the subject.
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