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The Holocaust : the fate of European Jewry, 1932-1945

Author: Leni Yahil; Ina Friedman; Haya Galai
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1990.
Series: Studies in Jewish history.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Covers the anti-semitic activities of the Nazis all over the globe, refuting common myths about the Holocaust, including the perception that Jews went peacefully to their deaths.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Yahil, Leni.
Holocaust.
New York : Oxford University Press, 1990
(OCoLC)551283406
Named Person: Adolf Hitler; Adolf Hitler
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leni Yahil; Ina Friedman; Haya Galai
ISBN: 019504522X 9780195045222 0195045238 9780195045239
OCLC Number: 20169748
Notes: Translation of: ha-Shoʼah.
Description: xviii, 808 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. The Jews of Germany during the rise and under the rule of the national socialists, 1932-September 1939. 1932: the year of decision --
Hitler implements twentieth-century anti-semitism --
Jews in Germany during the early days of Nazi rule (through the end of 1935) --
Emigration: the dilemma of the Jews (through September 1, 1939). 2. Prologue to the "final solution": the first phase of World War II, September 1939-1941. Toward the struggle for world domination (1939-1941) --
The war against European Jewry: the first assault (Autumn 1939 to Spring 1941) --
The Jews' struggle for survival (September 1939 to Spring 1941) --
Facing a triumphant Germany. 3. Holocaust, 1941-1945. The quest for Lebensraum: Germany's wars (1941-1943) --
The final solution: the first stage, Einsatzgruppen --
The final solution: the second stage --
The final solution: overall planning --
Poland's Jews: from subjugation to extermination (1941-1942) European Jewry prior to deportation to the east (1941 to Summer 1942) --
The death factories in action (1942) --
Erntefest (the harvest festival): the destruction of the Jews (1943) --
The armed struggle of the Jews in Nazi-occupied countries (by Israel Gutman) --
The last phase of the final solution (1944-1945) --
Rescue from the abyss --
Attempts at rescue --
Rescue on the brink.
Series Title: Studies in Jewish history.
Other Titles: Shoʼah.
Responsibility: Leni Yahil ; translated from the Hebrew by Ina Friedman and Haya Galai.
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Covers the anti-semitic activities of the Nazis all over the globe, refuting common myths about the Holocaust, including the perception that Jews went peacefully to their deaths.

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