Approaches to Auschwitz: the Holocaust and its legacy
Extensive research traces the origins of the Holocaust to the earliest anti-Jewish policies of the Greco-Roman world. the study provides a comprehensive examination of the anti-Jewish campaign as it asks the philosophical question...
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Approaches to Auschwitz: The Holocaust and Its Legacy
Richard L. Rubenstein,John K. Roth
Limited preview - 2003
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