The Destruction of the European Jews
First published in 1961, this landmark study of the Holocaust spurred discussion, galvanized further research and shaped the entire field of Holocaust studies. This revised and expanded edition includes some 80,000 words of new material, particularly from recently-opened archives in Eastern Europe.
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