The Holocaust: History and Memory - Essays Presented in Honor of Israel Gutman

Edited by Shmuel Almog, David Bankier, Daniel Blatman, Dalia Ofer

NIS 84.00
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A compilation of articles in honor of Prof. Israel Gutman. Each article appearing in its original language, English or Hebrew. Among the issues discussed are “From Barbarossa to Wannsee: The Role of Reinhard Heydrich”; “Killing Time: Jewish Perceptions during the Holocaust”; “Post-war Polish-Jewish Literary Accounts of the Holocaust”; and more. “Several months ago, the historians’ community was privileged to see the publication of two volumes in honor of two internationally-renown historians, pillars of Holocaust research in Israel and worldwide: Yehuda Bauer and Israel Gutman… Each article is worth of an in-depth study in and of itself. These volumes are required reading, not only for Shoah scholars, but for historians in general and for all those interested in 20th century Jewish history in Europe in particular.” [Gesher No. 146]

 

Products specifications
Year 2001
ISBN 965-308-124-1
Catalog No. 313
No. of Pages 338 pp.
Size 15X23 cm.
Format Soft Cover
Publisher Yad Vashem In association with The Hebrew University
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