Encyclopedia of the Holocaust is a comprehensive, authoritative one-volume reference that provides reliable information on this ignoble and frightening episode of modern history. It features eight essays on the history of the Holocaust and its antecedents, as well as coverage of such topics as the history of European Jewry, Jewish contributions to European culture, and the rise of anti-semitism and Nazism. The essays are followed by more than 650 entries on significant aspects of the Holocaust, including people, cities and countries, camps, resistance movements, political actions, and outcomes. More than 300 black-and-white photographs from the archives at Yad Vashem bear witness to the horrors of the Nazi regime and at the same time attest to the invincibility of the human spirit. Best Specialist Reference Work of the Year - Reference Reviews UKOf course, different questions will be asked and different expectations assumed for a Pole seeing his neighbor being ... ask such questions of their governments, and the historical documents that might contain the answers to these questionsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Encyclopedia of the Holocaust|
|Author||:||Dr Robert Rozett, Dr Shmuel Spector|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-11-26|