The Holocaust: Never Forget examines the history of European violence and hatred toward the Jews; the events that led to World War II and the Holocaust; measures that isolated Jews and paved the way for mass murder; the establishment of the concentration-camp system and the extermination camps; and other groups of Holocaust victims. The book also pays tribute to rescuers who risked their lives to save besieged Jews. Finally, The Holocaust: Never Forget covers the liberation of the death camps, the efforts of survivors to rebuild their lives, and the lessons to be garnered from this horrifying tragedy as well as the continuing heartbreak of hate crime and genocide in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
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About the Author
Helen Strahinich has written hundreds of nonfiction articles, short stories, novellas, and poems for children and young adults during a twenty-five year career in education publishing. She is the author of the historical novel, The Secret of Jeanne Baret, and additional works of nonfiction for young adults. Strahinich lives with her husband John, four cats, a turtle, and a Chihuahua named Lola.