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The Lion and the Star: Gentile-Jewish Relations in Three Hessian Towns, 1919-1945

by Jonathan Friedman

The Lion and the Star not only offers an informed glimpse into the intricacies of daily German life but also confirms the continuing danger of making sweeping generalizations about German Jews and non-Jews. In the aftermath of World War II, many viewed the Third Reich as an aberration in German history and laid blame with Hitler and his followers.

The Shriek of Silence: A Phenomenology of the Holocaust Novel

by David Patterson

"In the Holocaust novel, silence is always a character, and the word is always its subject matter.

The Terezin Diary of Gonda Redlich

edited by Saul S. Friedman

In 1941, the fortress city of Terezin, outside Prague, was ostensibly converted into model ghetto, where Jews could temporarily reside before being sent to a more permanent settlement.

The Shadow of Death: The Holocaust in Lithuania

by Harry Gordon

" Holocaust survivor Harry Gordon recalls in brutal detail the anguished years of his youth, a youth spent struggling to survive in a Lithuanian concentration camp.

Voices From the Holocaust

by Harry James Cargas

" Interviews with: Yitzhak Arad Leo Eitinger Emil Fackenheim Whitney Harris Jan Karski Arnost Lusting Mordecai Paldiel Marion Pritchard Dorothee Soelle Leon Wells Elie Wiesel Simon Wiesenthal The late Harry James Cargas was professor emeritus of literature and language at Webster University and author of thirty-two books, including Problems Unique to the Holocaust.