4 edition of A History of the Holocaust (Single Title Social Studies) found in the catalog.
|Statement||Franklin Watts, a division of Scholastic Inc.|
|Publishers||Franklin Watts, a division of Scholastic Inc.|
|LC Classifications||September 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
|1. Who are the Jews? Christianity and the developing Jewish civilization Jewish reactions until modern times Jewish mysticism and Messianism Jewish social and economic life in the diaspora 2. Liberalism, emancipation, and anti-Semitism. Social and political developments in Eastern Europe The ideological and organizational structure of nineteenth century Jewish society The results of emancipation Modern antisemitism Political antisemitism Jewish reactions Zionism and Palestine The Bund Anti-Zionist and other reactions 3. World War I and its aftermath. The background : 1914-1918 Genocide on the Armenians The background : 1918-1933 Soviet Jewry British and French Jewry Antisemitism in Britain and France American Jewry The new Jewish center in the United States Jewish reactions 4. The Weimar Republic. The Revolutionary era Social and economic problems Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party Nazi antisemitism 5. The evolution of Nazi Jewish policy, 1933-1938. German foreign policy Nazi antisemitic policy 6. German Jewry in the prewar era, 1933-1938. Jewish emigration Christianity and the Nazis 7. Poland : the siege begins. The German invasion The Jews in prewar Poland The Jews in occupied Poland The German plan for Jewish containment The ghettoes The Jewish councils, the Judenräte Four Jewish councils The Lódz Judenrat The Vilna (Vilnius) Judenrat The Warsaw Judenrat The Minsk Judenrat 8. Life in the ghettoes. Ghettoes in Poland The will to survive Religious life Education and cultural activity Youth movements Historical documentation Ghettoes in the USSR Kovno Terezin (Theresienstadt), the model ghetto The limits of unarmed resistance 9. The final solution. The Wannsee Conference Concentration and death camps Auschwitz 10. West European Jewry, 1940-1944. France The southern (Vichy) zone The northern zone Algerian Jews under Vichy rule The Italian-occupied zone of France Belgium Holland 11. Resistance. Armed resistance The attitude toward resistance in the ghetto Other problems of armed resistance The Warsaw ghetto rebellion The Bialystock ghetto rebellion The resistance in Vilna Resistance in other ghettoes Partisans in Eastern Europe Resistance in camps Resistance in Western Europe 12. Rescue? Summary, 1935-1939 Poland and Lithuania, 1939-1941 Jewish-Gentile relations in Eastern Europe The avenue of the righteous The rescue of Bulgarian Jews Rescue operation in Western Europe France Denmark The attitudes of the major powers The USSR, 1939-1942 The United States, 1939-1942 Britain, 1939-1942 Public information about the Holocaust, 1942-1944 13. The last years of the Holocaust, 1943-1945. Romania The rescue negotiations Slovakia Hungary The War Refugee Board Trucks for lives The Mayer negotiations The war ends Was rescue by negotiation possible? The Holocaust, summing up What caused the Holocaust? Holocaust and genocide, is there a difference? Theodicy, where was god? Where was man? Consequences of the Holocaust 14. Aftermath and revival Appendix. Himmlers Reflections on the treatment of peoples of alien races in the East|
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16 Meanwhile, mass shooting of Jews had been extensively practiced on the heels of Germany's Eastern campaign. Music and composers that were not approved of were slowly repressed, and then banned entirely. " 26 It is thus largely from these primary sources that the history of the Holocaust has been compiled.
By 1934, this number would rise to over three and a half million. Nonetheless, IHR has suffered noticeably from its feud with Carto. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included. In attempting to portray the deaths of millions of Jews as an exaggeration or a fabrication, Holocaust deniers wildly manipulate reference works, almanac statistics, geopolitical data, bedrock historical facts and other sources of information and reportage.so the author definitely knows her subject.
When the Nazis rose to power in 1933, there was an unemployment crisis with over six million people unemployed. The widely cited "6 million" figure is derived from the initial 1945 Nuremberg trial estimate of 5.
For Holocaust deniers, this change appeared to confirm arguments that historical estimates of Holocaust deaths had been deliberately exaggerated, and that scholars were beginning to "retreat" in the face of "revisionist" assertions.
Those who resisted the suppression of culture found themselves victims of the new Nazi terror.
In the United States, the movement has been known in recent years primarily through the publication of editorial-style advertisements in college campus newspapers. Prometheus was created for the garden of the Reich Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda in 1935. If one suspects it is, might it not be wise to do a bit of checking about Smith, his organization and his charges before running so implausible an ad? Every other associate of the group has also been a public participant in IHR conferences.
This drawing was created by a young girl, Gerda Nabe, in one of her school textbooks. In fact, of the 21 defendants, three were set free; one received a 10-year sentence; one a 15-year sentence; two, 20-year sentences; three, life sentences, and 11 received the death penalty.
Examples of these projects include the building of the Autobahnand the 1936 Olympic stadium.
Antisemitism underpinned all aspects of education under the Nazis.
A copy of Das Kapital by Karl Marx, published in 1932.