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Never Again

Never Again Author Martin Gilbert
ISBN-10 0007113463
Release 2001
Pages 192
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Martin Gilbert is one of the world's pre-eminent historians of the Holocaust. Representing 40 years of research that Gilbert began in Poland in 1959, this comprehensive, illustrated volume traces the history of the Jewish people in Europe before, during, and after the Holocaust. Gilbert brilliantly blends this great swath of history with fresh, detailed accounts of individual drama: the rise of Nazism in Germany, the Jewish children who found refuge in Britain, the rejected refugees of the U.S.S. St Louis, the Warsaw Ghetto revolt, the stories of Anne Frank, Oscar Schindler, and the children of Izieu, as well as the reflections of survivors today. Never Again paints a deeply personal and cultural portrait of the Holocaust. Gilbert's sharp historical knowledge makes this work on the Holocaust enormously informative and tangibly real.

Never Again

Never Again Author Sheila Stewart
ISBN-10 1422204596
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 128
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Presents the experiences of people who survived the Holocaust, telling how their lives have changed as a result.

Never Again Yet Again

Never Again  Yet Again Author Stephen D. Smith
ISBN-10 9652294918
Release 2010-01-10
Pages 206
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In this remarkable introduction, Stephen D Smith, the new Executive Director of the USC Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education, describes the inspiring journey he and his family took in creating the first Holocaust centre in Britain. This story was written in response to many questions. It replies with a powerful challenge to all who think that 'never again' is really worth the struggle. The Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation hosts this lecture by Stephen Smith, the new director of the Shoah Foundation Institute at the University of Southern California and co-founder of the Aegis Trust. In his powerful address, Smith discusses the past century of crimes against humanity and genocide: the links between them, and the ways to understand them in order to avoid them in the future.

Memory and Forgetting in the Post Holocaust Era

Memory and Forgetting in the Post Holocaust Era Author Alejandro Baer
ISBN-10 9781317033769
Release 2016-11-25
Pages 174
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To forget after Auschwitz is considered barbaric. Baer and Sznaider question this assumption not only in regard to the Holocaust but to other political crimes as well. The duties of memory surrounding the Holocaust have spread around the globe and interacted with other narratives of victimization that demand equal treatment. Are there crimes that must be forgotten and others that should be remembered? In this book the authors examine the effects of a globalized Holocaust culture on the ways in which individuals and groups understand the moral and political significance of their respective histories of extreme political violence. Do such transnational memories facilitate or hamper the task of coming to terms with and overcoming divisive pasts? Taking Argentina, Spain and a number of sites in post-communist Europe as test cases, this book illustrates the transformation from a nationally oriented ethics to a trans-national one. The authors look at media, scholarly discourse, NGOs dealing with human rights and memory, museums and memorial sites, and examine how a new generation of memory activists revisits the past to construct a new future. Baer and Sznaider follow these attempts to manoeuvre between the duties of remembrance and the benefits of forgetting. This, the authors argue, is the "ethics of Never Again."

Never Again

Never Again Author Peter Ronayne
ISBN-10 0742509222
Release 2001-01-01
Pages 223
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Never Again? explores the uneasy U.S. relationship to the U.N. Genocide Convention and posits an analysis of U.S. response to genocide past and forthcoming: nonintervention followed by post-genocide justice.

Never Again Again Again

Never Again  Again  Again   Author Lane H. Montgomery
ISBN-10 UOM:39076002874043
Release 2007
Pages 198
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A visual essay chronicles six major genocides that have taken place throughout the past century, sharing historical information about each event's victims, perpetrators, and consequences, in a volume that is complemented by text contributions from leading scholars and activists.

Never again

Never again Author Theodor W. Adorno
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105070815613
Release 1997
Pages 214
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Never Forget Never Again

Never Forget  Never Again Author Bernard Goldberg
ISBN-10 1478794984
Release 2018-01-27
Pages 126
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Bernard Goldberg often said, "if you told me what I myself have seen, I would not believe you." This is true of many Holocaust eyewitness accounts. Every survivor has a story and no two stories are alike. As time has taken more survivors and first hand accounts of their experiences and survival, Bernard's great-granddaughter, wanted to publish his story. In an effort to humanize the names and faces of people she never met and to educate her generation so history does not repeat itself in a climate of growing tensions, Sophie Abrams edited and published Bernard Goldberg's memoir.

The Holocaust

The Holocaust Author Marty Gitlin
ISBN-10 1616136839
Release 2010-09-01
Pages 112
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Explores the background of the Holocaust, including the events leading up to it, the aftermath and casualties, and the key people involved.

The Holocaust

The Holocaust Author Martin Gilbert
ISBN-10 0805003487
Release 1987-05-15
Pages 959
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Sets the scene with a brief history of anti-Semitism prior to Hitler, and documents the horrors of the Holocaust from 1933 onward, in an incisive, interpretive account of the genocide of World War II

The Holocaust Is Over We Must Rise From its Ashes

The Holocaust Is Over  We Must Rise From its Ashes Author Avraham Burg
ISBN-10 9781250109705
Release 2016-01-05
Pages 272
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Modern-day Israel, and the Jewish community, are strongly influenced by the memory and horrors of Hitler and the Holocaust. Burg argues that the Jewish nation has been traumatized and has lost the ability to trust itself, its neighbors or the world around it. He shows that this is one of the causes for the growing nationalism and violence that are plaguing Israeli society and reverberating through Jewish communities worldwide. Burg uses his own family history--his parents were Holocaust survivors--to inform his innovative views on what the Jewish people need to do to move on and eventually live in peace with their Arab neighbors and feel comfortable in the world at large. Thought-provoking, compelling, and original, this book is bound to spark a heated debate around the world.

A History of the Holocaust

A History of the Holocaust Author Yehuda Bauer
ISBN-10 0531155765
Release 2001-01-01
Pages 432
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The author traces the roots of anti-Semitism that burgeoned through the ages and provides a comprehensive description of how and why the Holocaust occurred.

Nuclear Holocaust

Nuclear Holocaust Author R. J. Rummel
ISBN-10 1595263071
Release 2004
Pages 414
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A solution to war, nuclear holocaust and genocide? A secret society sends back, to 1906, two lovers to create a peaceful alternative universe--one that never experienced the horrors and atrocities of the twentieth century?

Golden Harvest

Golden Harvest Author Jan Tomasz Gross
ISBN-10 9780199939312
Release 2012-05-01
Pages 160
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It seems at first commonplace: a group photograph of peasants at harvest time, after hard work well done, resting contentedly with their tools behind the fruits of their labor. But when one finally notices the "crops" scattered in front of the group, what seemed innocent on first view become horrific skulls and bones. Where are we? Who are the people in the photograph, and what are they doing? The starting pointof Jan Tomasz and Irena Grudzinska Gross's Golden Harvest, this haunting photograph in fact depicts a group of peasants--"diggers"--atop a mountain of ashes at Treblinka, where some 800,000 Jews were gassed and cremated. The diggers are searching for gold and precious stones that Nazi executioners may have overlooked. The story captured in this grainy black-and-white photograph symbolizes the vast, continent-wide plunder of Jewish wealth that went hand-in-hand with the Holocaust. The seizure of Jewish assets during World War II occasionally generates widespread attention when Swiss banks are challenged to produce lists of dormant accounts, or national museums are forced to return stolen paintings. But the theft of Europe's Jewish population was not limited to conquering armies, leading banks, or museums. It was perpetrated also by local people, such as those pictured in the photograph. Lyrical and often heartbreaking, A Golden Harvest takes readers across Europe as it exposes the economic ravaging of an entire society. Beginning with a simple group shot, the authors have written a moving book that evokes the depth and range, as well as the intimacy, of the Final Solution.

The Holocaust and Collective Memory

The Holocaust and Collective Memory Author Peter Novick
ISBN-10 074755255X
Release 2001
Pages 373
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In a book which continues to provide heated debate, Novick asks whether defining Jewishness in terms of victimhood alone does not hand Hitler a posthumous victory, and whether claiming uniqueness for the Holocaust does not diminish atrocities like Biafra, Rwanda or Kosovo.

War and Democide

War and Democide Author R. J. Rummel
ISBN-10 1595263004
Release 2004-01
Pages 336
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Mismatched lovers attempt to create an alternative peaceful universe. Prepared to use any means necessary-bribery, lies, deception, frame-ups, and political intervention- they embark on their quest. But will their incredible wealth, weapons, and personal conflicts jeopardize their mission?

Fathoming the Holocaust

Fathoming the Holocaust Author Ronald J. Berger
ISBN-10 0202366111
Release 2002
Pages 238
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Fathoming the Holocaust represents the culmination of a singular effort to attempt to explain the Final Solution to the "Jewish Problem" in terms of a general theory of social problems construction. The book is comprehensive in scope, covering the origins and emergence of the Final Solution, wartime reaction to it, and the postwar memory of the genocide. It does so within the framework of a social problems construction, a perspective that treats social problems not as a condition but as an activity that identifies and defines problems, persuades others that something must be done about them, and generates practical programs of remedial action. Berger holds that social problems have a "natural history," that is, they evolve through a sequence of stages that entail the development and unfolding of claims about problems and the formulation and implementation of solutions. Fathoming the Holocaust is therefore a book that aims to advance sociological understanding of the Holocaust, not simply to describe its history, but to examine its social construction, that is, to understand it as a consequence of concerted human activity. In doing so, Berger hopes to encourage the teaching of the Holocaust in the social scientific curricula of higher education. In contrast to the extensive historical literature on the Holocaust, Berger offers a distinctly sociological approach that examines how the Holocaust was constructed--first as a social policy designed by the Nazis, implemented by functionaries, and resisted by its victims and opponents; later as several varying layers of historical memory. The scope of this book extends from the prewar through the contemporary periods, focusing on the societal issues governing the interpreting of these events in Israel, the German Federal Republic, and the United States. Berger's is a text with both large general interest and essential material for courses in social problems, European history, and Jewish studies. Ronald J. Berger, professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, has previously published six books and numerous articles and book chapters. His earlier book on the Holocaust was a sociological account of his father and uncle's survival experiences.