The Holocaust: A History of the Jews of Europe During the Second World War

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Macmillan, 15 мая 1987 г. - Всего страниц: 959

Deftly weaving together historical research and survivors' testimonies, The Holcaust is Gilbert's acclaimed and definitive history of the European Jews, fom Hitler's rise to power to Germany's surrender to the liberation of the prisoners of the concentration camps.

 

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Acknowledgements
13
First steps to iniquity
19
the shadow of the swastika
32
Towards disinheritance
42
After the Nuremberg Laws
50
Hunted like rats
57
The seeds of a terrible vengeance
66
the trapping of Polish Jewry
84
at a faster pace
402
the spread
466
To save at least someone
494
Help me get more trains
526
hopeless days
557
The crashing fires of hell
568
3o To perish but with honour
592
3I A page of glory never to be written
611

Blood of innocents
99
a wave of evil
109
terror in the East
119
the spreading net
137
It cannot happen
154
A crime without a name
180
Write and record 2 I 3
213
The final solution 2 4 I
241
Eyewitness to mass murder 2 52
252
the Wannsee Conference
280
Journey into the unknown 2 94
294
Another journey into the unknown
329
If they have enough time we are lost
352
Avenge our tormented people
373
these disastrous
387
Do not think our spirit is broken
627
One should like so much to live
648
From the occupation of Hungary
662
May one cry now?
685
the last
706
the Days of Awe
731
Revolt at Birkenau
743
Protectors and persecutors
751
4O The death marches
767
4I The tainted luck of survival
784
I will tell the world
811
Notes and sources
831
Index
897
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One of Britain's most distinguished historians, Martin Gilbert was knighted in 1995. A fellow of Merton College, Oxford, he is also the official biographer of Winston Churchill. Among his books are The Holocaust, The Second World War, Churchill: A Life, Auschwitz and the Allies, The First World War, and Never Again.

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