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A Holocaust Reader (Library of Jewish studies) download ebook
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0874412196
ISBN13:
978-0874412192
Author:
Lucy Davidowicz
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Not Avail; First Edition edition (January 1, 2006)
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397 pages
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A Holocaust Reader is an excellent collection of source materials.

A Holocaust Reader is an excellent collection of source materials. The book is divided into eight sections, more or less chronological, on the different stages of the disaster, starting with German anti-semitism in 1880, and running through the mass deportations of the Jews and Jewish resistance. Each section is preceded by a 3 or 4 page summary that helps the reader approach the documents with better understanding. The book has only two maps, a shortcoming for people like me who want a better idea of where things took place

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Series: Library of Jewish Studies. Paperback: 397 pages. A Holocaust Reader is an excellent collection of source materials. Publisher: Behrman House (June 1, 1976). The book has only two maps, a shortcoming for people like me who want a better idea of where things took place.

A Holocaust Reader (Library of Jewish Studies). Lucy Schildkret Dawidowicz (June 16, 1915 – December 5, 1990), was an American historian and an author of books on modern Jewish history, in particular books on the Holocaust. 0874412366 (ISBN13: 9780874412369). Dawidowicz was born in New York City as Lucy Bagleizer. Her parents, Max and Victoria (née Ofnaem) Schildkret were secular-minded Jews with little interest in religion.

Lucy Schildkret Dawidowicz (June 16, 1915 – December 5, 1990) was an American historian and writer. She wrote books on modern Jewish history, in particular books on the Holocaust. Dawidowicz was born in New York City as Lucy Schildkret. Her parents, Max and Victoria (née Ofnaem) Schildkret, were secular-minded Jews with little interest in religion. Dawidowicz did not attend a service at a synagogue until 1938.

Lucy S. Dawidowicz wrote that ahavat Yisrael, the love of the Jewish . These ranged from the Bitburg controversy to Holocaust denial to feminism, of which she did not approve. Dawidowicz wrote that ahavat Yisrael, the love of the Jewish people, was a crucial ingredient in writing Jewish history. Lucy (Schildkret) Dawidowicz was born to Max and Dora (Ofnaem) Schildkret on June 16, 1915, in New York City. Her sister, Eleanor (Sapakoff), was born in 1921.

Behrman House, Inc, 1976 - 397 sayfa. A Holocaust Reader Library of Jewish studies. A collection of official and private documents traces the growth of and reveals the Jewish response to German anti-Semitism during World War II. Bu kitaba önizleme yap . Kullanıcılar ne diyor? - Eleştiri yazın. Her zamanki yerlerde hiçbir eleştiri bulamadık. Lucy S. Dawidowicz, לוסי ס דוידוביץ.

Jews were disenfranchised, then terrorized in anti-Jewish riots (such as Kristallnacht), forced into the ghettos and had their property seized, and finally sent to concentration camps. The concentration camp system was in existence for 12 years and included 27 main camps and more than 1,000 subcamps. The camps were established and were under the control of Heinrich Himmler and the SS.

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Enjoy! Association of Jewish Libraries. As we mourn the lives lost at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, we respond by doing what librarians do: inspiring readers to make the world better.

Based on new sources and lost testimonies from survivors, Snyder’s book reminds the reader of the terror and darkness that Hitler inflicted on Europe and how it may not be as far in the past as we like to think.

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Reviews:
  • Kecq
A Holocaust Reader is an excellent collection of source materials. The book is divided into eight sections, more or less chronological, on the different stages of the disaster, starting with German anti-semitism in 1880, and running through the mass deportations of the Jews and Jewish resistance. Each section is preceded by a 3 or 4 page summary that helps the reader approach the documents with better understanding. The book has only two maps, a shortcoming for people like me who want a better idea of where things took place. But on the more positive side, it provides well documented source information and suggestions for further reading. I also found an appendix estimating the number of Jews killed in the final solution by country of origin to be helpful. This is an excellent book for fleshing out other Holocaust readings and by giving insight into the lives of real people during that time.
  • Cordabor
As promised
  • mr.Mine
Book was split in half
  • Ttyr
Great writing great subject
  • JOGETIME
Im happy with my purchase! This book was visibly used but I knew it was going to have a few scuffs. Overall, exactly how it was described was how I received it.
  • Risky Strong Dromedary
Gave me an opportunity to understand what my grandparents had gone through.
  • Bladecliff
Came in a timely manner. Book was not damage
This collection of documents has allowed me and my high-school history students to explore the record of Nazi atrocities, thanks to the author's insightful editorial comments. Part One - "The Final Solution" deals with the Nazis' plan to exterminate the Jews of Europe, including pieces of Nazi legislation, minutes from meetings, and various orders. Part Two - "The Holocaust" - presents a Jewish perspective of life in Germany from 1933-1939, of the ghettos in eastern Europe, and the ordeals of deportation. I have yet to find a finer book in terms of providing a succinct collection of Holocaust-related documents. It has worked well for me and my students in collaboration with reading Raul Hilberg's _The Destruction of the European Jews_.