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Holocaust memories : a survey of Holocaust memoirs, histories, novels, and films

Author: Claudia Moscovici
Publisher: Lanham, Maryland : Published by Hamilton Books, [2019] ©2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Written for students, specialists, and a general audience, Claudia Moscovici's 'Holocaust Memories' offers a series of more than sixty brief and informative reviews of Holocaust memoirs, fiction, histories, and films.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Personal narratives
Additional Physical Format: ebook version :
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Claudia Moscovici
ISBN: 9780761870920 076187092X 9780761870937 0761870938
OCLC Number: 1091369265
Description: 231 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Foreword --
Preface: A precedent for the Holocaust: The Armenian genocide and the promise --
Introduction --
Between fanaticism and terror: Hitler, Stalin, and the noise of time --
Elie Wiesel's Night: Shedding light upon the darkness --
Bergen-Belsen and four perfect pebbles --
Last seven months of Anne Frank and Willy Lindwer --
Hazy hints of memory: After the Holocaust the bells still ringing --
Survivors club: A family's legendary tale --
Primo Levi's reflection on humanity in crisis: Survival in Auschwitz --
Sarah's key and the Holocaust in France --
Holocaust in Hungary: Leni Yahil's The Holocaust --
A Holocaust hero in Hungary: Wallenberg by Kati Marton --
Imre Kertesz's fatelessness --
Anti-Semitism in Hungary today --
Hannah Arendt's The Origins of Totalitarianism: Why the Jews? --
Role of the masses in the origins of totalitarianism --
Beyond the Jewish genocide: Inferno by Max Hastings --
Hitler's ban on modern art: The "degenerate art" exhibit --
Saving European art from the Nazis: The monuments men --
Holocaust in Austria and woman in gold --
On the Anschluss: Becoming Alice --
Gypsy Holocaust: The Nazi persecution of the Gypsies --
Eichmann in Jerusalem: What is the banality of evil? --
Real banality of evil: Ordinary men by Christopher R. Browning --
Eichmann's extraordinary evil: Eichmann before Jerusalem --
Concentration camp commandants: Soldiers of evil --
Auschwitz Kommandant: Arthur Wilhelm Liebehenschel --
Real story of the Terezin Jewish Ghetto: I am a star --
Wannasee Conference: Planning the final solution --
America first --
Quiet Neighbors by Allan A. Ryan --
Action T4: From "euthanasia" to the final solution --
Hitler's Niece and historical fiction --
An unlikely hero: Schindler's List by Thomas Keneally --
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas: An Instructive fable --
Forgiven but never forgotten --
The 1936 Berlin olympics: The boys in the boat --
Manufacturing death: Hell's cartel --
Prosecuting war crimes: The Nuremberg Trial --
Kamikaze Warfare: Inferno --
Hateful words:Nazi propaganda --
A Cowardly success: Bloodlands --
Planning a Soviet Holocaust: Stalin's last crime --
Lebensraum: The Second World War --
Seige of Leningrad and genocide by starvation --
Murderous Einsatzgruppen (task forces): Israel Gutman's resistance --
Poland's plight: Gustaw Herling's A World Apart --
Children of the War Years: Witnesses of war --
Sophie's choice: Holocaust literature as psychological fiction --
An incredible tale of survival: Alicia: My story --
Revealing the ugly truth: The Holocaust in Romania --
A Romanian hero: The memoirs of Wilhelm Filderman --
Ion Antonescu: Hitler's forgotten ally --
Anti-Semitism in Romania: The journal of Mihai Sebastian --
Heroism in Hell: Resistance: The Warsaw ghetto uprising --
Privilege and persecution: the diary of Mary Berg --
Janusz Korczak: The king of the children of the Warsaw Ghetto --
Pianist: The extraordinary story of survival in Warsaw --
Trapped in the Lodz Ghetto: The cage --
Book Thief: Holocaust literature as best seller --
Forgotten Holocaust: The rape of Nanking --
Cataclysmic war: Postwar: A history of Europe since 1945 --
Cultural revolution and the great leap forward --
The killing fields: Genocide in Cambodia --
Genocide in Rwanda: Me against my brother --
North Korea's state of terror: Nothing to envy --
Yad Vashem: "A place and a name" of rememberance --
An impossible conflict in Gaza: Rock the Casbah --
Anti-Semitism today and the assault on democratic values --
Would you forgive the Nazi perpetrator?: The Sunflower --
Could the Holocaust happen again?: Nazi hunter --
Ethics above politics --
Conclusion: Judaic studies and the holocaust via reviews.
Responsibility: Claudia Moscovici ; foreword by Rabbi Joseph Polak.

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Written for students, specialists, and a general audience, Claudia Moscovici's Holocaust Memories offers a series of more than sixty brief and informative reviews of Holocaust memoirs, fiction,  Read more...

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The screen that portrays the horrors of the twentieth Century is fading more rapidly than its audience can bear. Claudia Moscovici's book will go far to help keep it lit longer. -- Joseph Polak, Read more...

 
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