- Author:Jack Fischel,Sanford Pinsker
- Publisher:Penkevill Pub Co (November 1, 1986)
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Holocaust Studies Annual book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read
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The Holocaust and Its Religious Impact. Notify me. The Churches' Response to the Holocaust. Holocaust Studies Annual 1990. Professor Sanford Pinsker. America & the Holocaust.
Holocaust Studies Annual : Churches Response to the Holocaust Vol 2 ; Jack Fischel, Sanford Pinsker; Hardcover .
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Fischel explains the factors that led to the Holocaust, the implementation of the decision to exterminate the Jews, the response of the free world and the Papacy, the role of righteous gentiles who risked their lives to save Jews, and the resistance of the Jews to their fate under the Nazis. Biographical sketches provide valuable information on the key personalities among both the Nazis and Allies, and the text of key primary documents brings the Nazis blatant plan for genocide to stark reality. In providing valuable information, analysis, and ready-reference features, this work is a one-stop.
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The Churches' Response to the Holocaust. More by Jack R. Fischel. Sanford Pinsker, Jack R. Encyclopedia of Jewish American Popular Culture. The Holocaust and Its Religious Impact: A Critical Assessment and Annotated Bibliography (Bibliographies and Indexes in Religious Studies). Susan M. Ortmann, Jack R. Historical Dictionary of the Holocaust. The A to Z of the Holocaust (A to Z Guide).
309 Jack Fischel and Sanford Pinsker, eds. 309 Zev Garber, ed. Methodology in the Academic Teaching of Judaism. 313 Jehuda Reinharz and Walter Schatzberg, eds. The Jewish Response to German Culture: From the Enlightenment to the Second World War. 314 Jonathan D. Sarna, ed. The American Jewish Experience.
One of the most striking is that Holocaust studies and East European studies have finally met intellectually.
One of the most striking is that Holocaust studies and East European studies have finally met intellectually Save. This book deals with two important issues: microhistories of violence against Jews during World War II perpetrated not by the Germans but by their neighbors (Dumitru, Shore, Solonari), and attempts to describe and analyze the inconsistent treatment of the Holocaust in Soviet media and internal reports during the war (Amar, Asher, Berkhoff, Sorokina). Both subjects deal with perceptions and presentations of history, as well as their present-day consequences.