The War Against the Jews, 1933-1945

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Bantam Books, 1986 - History - 466 pages
Here is the unparalleled account of the most awesome and awful chapter in the moral history of humanity. Lucid, chilling and comprehensive, Lucy S. Dawidowicz’s classic tells the complete story of the Nazi Holocaust–from the insidious evolution of German Anti-Semitism to the ultimate tragedy of the Final Solution.

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The author divides her work into two parts: the first focuses on the Nazis and is fascinating in the same way that a poisonous viper demands your attention. With impeccable and overwhelming research ... Read full review

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Very comprehensive and detailed account of the Holocaust. Read full review

Contents

The Jews in Hitlers Mental World
3
From Kehilla tojudenrat
11
AntiSemitism in Modern Germany
23
Copyright

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About the author (1986)

Lucy S. Dawidowicz was educated at Hunter College and Columbia University in New York and studied East European Jewish life firsthand at the Yivo Institute of Jewish Research, formerly in Vilna, Poland. She has taught modern Jewish history at Yeshiva University, Stanford University, and the State University of New York at Albany.

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