This four-volume set provides reference entries, primary documents, and personal accounts from individuals who lived through the Holocaust that allow readers to better understand the cultural, political, and economic motivations that spurred the Final Solution.
• Provides an easily readable encyclopedic collection of secondary source materials, such as reference entries, maps, and tables, that offer a breadth of content for understanding the Holocaust
• Examines a broad range of themes relating to the Holocaust, enabling readers to consider important questions about the historical experience and its implications for today
• Includes two volumes of primary source material that introduce users to the cultural, political, and economic motivations that spurred the Final Solution
• Presents memoirs and personal narratives that showcase the experiences of survivors and resistors who lived through the chaos and horror of the Final Solution
• Includes a comprehensive bibliography that serves as a gateway to further research
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About the Author
Paul R. Bartrop, PhD, is professor of history and director of the Center for Judaic, Holocaust, and Genocide Studies at Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, FL.
Michael Dickerman is adjunct professor of Holocaust and genocide studies at Stockton University, Galloway, NJ.