Eternal Treblinka: Our Treatment of Animals and the Holocaust

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Lantern Books, Jan 1, 2002 - Nature - 296 pages
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This book explores the similar attitudes and methods behind modern society's treatment of animals and the way humans have often treated each other, most notably during the Holocaust.
 

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User Review  - Dave - Goodreads

The connection between the treatment of animals and the treatment of people is an important topic but this book is basically just a bad piece of vegan propaganda. I should probably start by saying ... Read full review

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User Review  - Misha Fredericks - Goodreads

An excellent book. For anyone who cares at all about animals, please read this book. The atrocities perpetrated on the innocent during Nazi Germany continue daily for millions of sentient beings ... Read full review

Contents

THE GREAT DIVIDE Human Supremacy and the Exploitation of Animals
3
WOLVES APES PIGS RATS VERMIN Vilifying Others as Animals
27
MASTER SPECIES MASTER RACE
51
THE INDUSTRIALIZATION OF SLAUGHTER The Road to Auschwitz Through America
53
IMPROVING THE HERD From Animal Breeding to Genocide
81
WITHOUT THE HOMAGE OF A TEAR Killing Centers in America and Germany
109
HOLOCAUST ECHOES
137
WE WERE LIKE THAT TOO HolocaustConnected Animal Advocates
139
THIS BOUNDLESS SLAUGHTERHOUSE The Compassionate Vision of Isaac Bashevis Singer
169
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE HOLOCAUST German Voices for the Voiceless
201
AFTERWORD
231
NOTES
233
BIBLIOGRAPHY
271
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
281
INDEX
283
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About the author (2002)

Charles Patterson is a social historian, Holocaust educator, editor, and therapist. He is the author of Anti-Semitism: The Road to the Holocaust and Beyond, The Oxford 50th Anniversary Book of the United Nations, The Civil Rights Movement, and From Buchenwald to Carnegie Hall (co-authored with Marian Filar). He is a graduate of Amherst College, Columbia University (Ph.D.), and the Yad Vashem Institute for Holocaust Education in Jerusalem. Dr. Patterson now lives in New York City. He is a member of PEN, The Authors Guild, and the National Writers Union.

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