Children of the Slaughter: Young People of the Holocaust

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Twenty-First Century Books, Jan 1, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
World War II and the Holocaust disrupted, indeed ruined, the lives of millions of children. This book tells the story of these children, including Jews and other victims of the Nazis, as well as Hitler Youth, themselves exploited by power-hungry adults. The effects on children of Holocaust survivors are examined, as are the effects of the Holocaust on young Jews, Germans, and others in the years since.
 

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Contents

Introduction Witness to Mass Murder
11
Hitler Youth
24
The Loss of Childhood
37
The Survivors
57
Questions of Guilt
79
Chronology
98
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