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The essays in this book debate the origins of the Holocaust, the motivations of the killers, the experience of the victims, and the various possibilities for intervention or rescue.
Table of Contents
|Editor's Preface to Instructors||p. xi|
|Editor's Preface to Students||p. xv|
|Chronology of Events||p. xix|
|Reference Map: Poland, 1939-1945, with Locations of Concentration and Extermination Camps||p. xxiii|
|Tables: Estimated Jewish and Gypsy Deaths in the Holocaust||p. xxiv|
|Origins of the Holocaust||p. 9|
|Anti-Semitism Through the Ages||p. 12|
|Hitler's Decisive Role||p. 23|
|The Opening Act of Nazi Genocide||p. 38|
|The Motivations of the Killers||p. 57|
|The Nazi Doctors||p. 60|
|Hitler's Army||p. 76|
|˘Ordinary Men÷||p. 84|
|The Victims' Experiences||p. 101|
|Helpless Victims||p. 104|
|The Will to Survive||p. 109|
|The Gray Zone||p. 115|
|Women and the Holocaust||p. 128|
|The Problem of Jewish Resistance||p. 141|
|Two Thousand Years of Jewish Appeasement||p. 144|
|Forms of Jewish Resistance||p. 150|
|Why the Jewish Councils Cooperated||p. 165|
|Bystander Reactions||p. 177|
|The Poles Helped Persecute the Jews||p. 180|
|The Poles Were Fellow Victims||p. 192|
|Righteous Gentiles||p. 217|
|Possibilities of Rescue||p. 225|
|The Myth of Rescue||p. 228|
|The Silence of Pope Pius XII||p. 240|
|The Failure to Comprehend||p. 252|
|Suggestions for Additional Reading||p. 267|
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