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    Howard J. Langer
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    076575956X
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    Jason Aronson, Inc.; 1st edition (March 1, 1997)
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This is a book of quotations about the Holocaust

This is a book of quotations about the Holocaust. In this collection - spanning from early anti-Semitic teachings to post-Holocaust observations, and arranged chronologically - Howard Langer attempts to untangle the complexities of the Holocaust through the words of its perpetrators, victims, survivors, rescuers, and diplomats. The History of the Holocaust: A Chronology of Quotations is unlike most books on the subject for several reasons

The History of the Holocaust: A Chronology of Quotations is unlike most books on the subject for several reasons.

The History of the Holocaust: A Chronology of Quotations is unlike most books on the subject for several reasons. In using such a wide variety of source material, Langer portrays the Holocaust from several perspectives and provides a well-rounded portrait of the Final Solution, as well as of the reactions of those involved and those who chose to be uninvolved.

A Chronology of Quotations. Published March 28, 1997 by Jason Aronson. Check nearby libraries.

The History of the Holocaust: A Chronology of Quotations . The book features many quotations which did not become public until long after the war. "My other interests include bridge.

The History of the Holocaust: A Chronology of Quotations, Jason Aronson (Northvale, NJ), 1997. World War II: An Encyclopedia of Quotations, Greenwood Press (Westport, CT), 1999. The World War II 100: A Ranking of the Hundred Most Influential Figures of the Second World War, Career Press (Franklin Lakes, NJ), 2002. Howard J. Langer once told CA: "I have wanted to be a writer for as long as I can remember. As a child, I wrote poetry and short stories, which appeared in school publications.

Features include a chronology, biographical sketches, Medal of Honor winners .

Features include a chronology, biographical sketches, Medal of Honor winners, bibliography, nineteen photos, and an index. This is the story of the Vietnam War told through quotations in chronological sequence. Starting with the beginnings of Vietnamese history, it traces the events preceding the French war, continues through the American war, and ends with its aftermath. His recorded interviews are part of the collection.

HOWARD J. LANGER is an author and freelance writer His most recent books are American Indian Quotations (Greenwood, 1996) and The History of the Holocaust: A Chronology o. . LANGER is an author and freelance writer. His most recent books are American Indian Quotations (Greenwood, 1996) and The History of the Holocaust: A Chronology of Quotations (1997).

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The History of the Holocaust: A Chronology of Quotations is unlike most books on the subject for several reasons. First, its writings are culled from a wide variety of sources, including speeches, laws, public opinion polls, diplomatic conferences, and firsthand accounts. In using such a wide variety of source material, Langer portrays the Holocaust from several perspectives and provides a well-rounded portrait of the Final Solution, as well as of the reactions of those involved and those who chose to be uninvolved.Excerpts also document the rise of the Nazi movement in Germany, beginning in 1919 with the formation of the German Workers Party- later to change its name to the National Socialist Party-through the end of the war and the Nuremberg and Eichmann trials. Party propaganda, official government documents, and media reports are drawn upon to verify the doctrines and methods of Hitler, his cohorts, and supporters. This compilation is also unique in that it does not begin with the year World War II started, or the year Hitler came to power in Germany. It provides references from many earlier sources of anti-Semitism that helped create an atmosphere in which the Holocaust could occur. The first section, titled "Prelude," chronicles important events in the development of anti-Semitism. Included are quotations from early Christian teachings, blood libel superstitions, the Inquisition, and several criminal trials motivated by anti-Semitism, such as the Dreyfus case in France, the Beilis case in Russia, and the Leo Frank case in the United States. In the "Aftermath" section, quotes are gathered from prominent Holocaust writers and commentators, responses of the world community, and interviews with survivors and German citizens. Langer also provides a"Who's Who" section with brief descriptions of everyone quoted, and an extensive bibliography.