David Patterson - History - 2006 - 251 pages
This book shows that, proceeding from philosophical precedents, the Nazis undertook an assault on God, who in the Jewish tradition is known as the Name and that this assault ...
History - 1989 - 267 pages
A new afterword to this edition, "The Duty to Remember-But What?" tackles difficult issues of guilt and innocence on the individual and societal levels. Zygmunt Bauman explores ...
Lawrence L. Langer - History - 1982 - 267 pages
Analyzes the theories concerning why certain people survived the Nazi concentration camps and examines the writings of survivors
Michael Robert Marrus - History - 1987 - 267 pages
Discusses Hitler's anti-Semitism, collaborationist governments, public opinion in Nazi Europe, death camp victims, the Jewish resistance, and the liberation of concentration camps
Marlene E. Heinemann - History - 1986 - 149 pages
This penetrating study explores some of the critical approaches common to works written by women about an extreme situation--the Holocaust--affecting both sexes. The two novels ...