The Holocaust : roots, history, and aftermath /

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Main Author: Crowe, David.
Format: Book
Published: Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, c2008.
Table of Contents:
  • Jewish history: ancient beginnings and the evolution of Christian anti-Judaic prejudice through the Reformation
  • Jews, the Enlightenment, Emancipation, and the rise of racial anti-Semitism through the early twentieth century
  • The world of Adolf Hitler, 1889-1933: war, politics, and anti-Semitism
  • The Nazis in power, 1933-1939: eugenics, race, and biology; Jews, the handicapped, and the Roma
  • Nazi Germany at war, 1939-1941: "euthanasia" and the handicapped; ghettos and Jews
  • The invasion of the Soviet Union and the path to the "Final Solution"
  • The "Final Solution," 1941-1944: death camps and experiments with mass murder
  • The Final Solution in Western Europe and the Nazi-allied states
  • The Holocaust and the role of Europe's neutrals: then and now
  • Liberation, DPs, and the search for justice: war crimes investigations and trials in Europe, the United States, and Israel.