The Holocaust: A History of Courage and Resistance - Discussion Guide - Softcover
Describes the experiences of Jews in Germany and other European countries during the twelve years of the Third Reich when more than six million of their number were systematically destroyed.
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In simple moving words, The Holocaust: A History Of Courage And Resistance tells the story of the destruction of six million Jews during World War II. Beginning in the 1930s, The Holocaust describes the conditions in Germany that led to Hitler's rise to power and the Nazi policy of destruction. But at the heart of The Holocaust are the acts of courage and resistance, the stories of the men and women (young and old, Jewish and Gentile) who fought against Hitler and the Nazis and kept the spirit of heritage of the Jews alive in this devastating period. The Holocaust is an especially ideal introduction for young readers to a difficult subject, a tragic time, and the heroism that emerged from the ashes of despair. --Midwest Book Review
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- PublisherBehrman House
- Publication date1977
- ISBN 10 0874412579
- ISBN 13 9780874412574
- Number of pages1