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By Anne Frank
Presents the diary of a teenage girl, who along with her family in Amsterdam, in the summer of 1942 was forced into hiding by Nazis. This title presents an intimate record of tension and struggle, adolescence and confinement, anger and heartbreak.
By Yaffa Eliach
An exploration of German society and its ingrained anti-semitism that demands a fundamental revision of our thinking about the years 1933-1945. The author aims to show that the perpetrators of the Holocaust were ordinary Germans who were not compelled to kill, but did so willingly and zealously.
Selecting literature to convey the essence of the Holocaust is difficult because there was no standard Holocaust experience. This title includes fiction both short stories and excepts from novels, poetry, historical accounts, biographical sketches, and drama.
This text documents the existence during the recent Balkan conflict of rape/death camps in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia, in which women were detained and raped repeatedly. The study concludes with an impassioned argument for the bringing to trial of the perpetrators of these atrocities.
There are a great deal of memorials to the Holocaust that occurred during the World War II. This book examines Holocaust monuments and museums in Europe, Israel and America, exploring how every nation remembers the Holocaust according to its own traditions, ideals and experiences.
By Ervin Staub
How can human beings kill or brutalise multitudes of other human beings? Focusing particularly on genocide, Erwin Staub explores the psychology of group aggression. He sketches a conceptual framework for the many influences on one group's desire to harm another and within this framework, considers four historical examples of genocide.