The Death of the Shtetl

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Opis: The Death of the Shtetl - Yehuda Bauer

In this book Yehuda Bauer, an internationally-acclaimed Holocaust historian, recounts the destruction of the shtetls, small Jewish towns in Poland and Russia, at the hands of the Nazis in 1941-1942. Bauer brings together all available documents, testimonies, and scholarship, including previously unpublished material from the Yad Vashem archives, pertaining to nine representative shtetls. In line with his belief that 'history is the story of real people in real situations', Bauer tells the moving stories of individual people and communities. Over a million people, approximately a quarter of all victims of the Holocaust came from the shtetls. Bauer writes of the relations between Jews and non-Jews throughout the period (including the actions of rescuers); he describes attempts to create underground resistance groups, escapes to the forests, and Jewish participation in the Soviet partisan movement. Bauer's book is a definitive examination of the demise of the shtetls, a topic of vast importance to the history of the Holocaust. "'A masterful new study of the shtetl.' Adam Kirsch, Tablet 'Yehuda Bauer is a towering and commanding figure among the historians of the Holocaust... What makes The Death of the Shtetl so important is his insistence on adhering to the highest and strictest standards of scholarship.' Jonathan Kirsch, Jewish Journal"


Szczegóły: The Death of the Shtetl - Yehuda Bauer

Tytuł: The Death of the Shtetl
Autor: Yehuda Bauer
Producent: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300167931
Rok produkcji: 2011
Ilość stron: 224
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.3 kg


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The Death of the Shtetl

In this book Yehuda Bauer, an internationally-acclaimed Holocaust historian, recounts the destruction of the shtetls, small Jewish towns in Poland and Russia, at the hands of the Nazis in 1941-1942. Bauer brings together all available documents, testimonies, and scholarship, including previously unpublished material from the Yad Vashem archives, pertaining to nine representative shtetls. In line with his belief that 'history is the story of real people in real situations', Bauer tells the moving stories of individual people and communities. Over a million people, approximately a quarter of all victims of the Holocaust came from the shtetls. Bauer writes of the relations between Jews and non-Jews throughout the period (including the actions of rescuers); he describes attempts to create underground resistance groups, escapes to the forests, and Jewish participation in the Soviet partisan movement. Bauer's book is a definitive examination of the demise of the shtetls, a topic of vast importance to the history of the Holocaust. "'A masterful new study of the shtetl.' Adam Kirsch, Tablet 'Yehuda Bauer is a towering and commanding figure among the historians of the Holocaust... What makes The Death of the Shtetl so important is his insistence on adhering to the highest and strictest standards of scholarship.' Jonathan Kirsch, Jewish Journal"

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Szczegóły: The Death of the Shtetl - Yehuda Bauer

Tytuł: The Death of the Shtetl
Autor: Yehuda Bauer
Producent: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300167931
Rok produkcji: 2011
Ilość stron: 224
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.3 kg


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