Holocaust: Origins, Implementation, Aftermath

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Omer Bartov
Psychology Press, 2000 - History - 300 pages
Holocaust: Origins, Implementation, Aftermath presents a critical and important study of the Holocaust. Complete with an introduction that summarizes the state of the field, this book contains major reinterpretations by leading Holocaust authors along with key texts on testimony, memory, and justice after the cataastrophe.
 

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An important compilation of some interesting academic work on the Holocaust. Essential for me as a History teacher- could be a bit too in depth for the average reader, but if you have ever wondered how the Holocasut could have happened and why - this book will help you answer these questions. Read full review

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Omer Bartv is Professor of European History at Rutgers University and has written on the Holocaust, Nazi Germany and modern France. His books include Mirrors of Destruction: War, Genocide and Modern Identity (2000); Murder in Our Midst: The Holocaust, Industrial Killing and representation (1996)and Hitler's Army: Soldiers, Nazis and War in the Third Reich (1991)

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