Never Again: the History of the Holocaust

By: Gilbert, Martin

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This book is the culmination of forty years research by Martin Gilbert, on of the world's most eminent historians of the Holocaust. In this illustrated survey he describes Jewish life in Europe before the Holocaust, the rise of Nazism in Germany, the search for safe havens after 1933, and the work of those who helped that search. He documents the spread of German conquests, the expulsion of whole Jewish communities, the establishment of ghettos, the deportations, and mass murder. He looks at individual acts of defiance, at escape, and the revolts in the ghettos and death camps. He writes of the fate of the slave labourers, and of those sent on death marches. He also portrays the Jewish determination to survive, and strength of spirit amid relentless horror. Gilbert's account is rich with narratives of individual experience. Together with the illustrations that he has gathered from many countries and diverse sources, and maps he has prepared specially, they make this work on the Holocaust enlightening, visual and immediate. 192 pages with a bibliography, index of places, and index of people. The jacket has a 1" tear at the spine top, repaired, in an acrylic cover. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

Title: Never Again: the History of the Holocaust

Author: Gilbert, Martin

Illustrator: Illustrated by Photographs

Categories: Europe,

Publisher: New York, New York, U. S. A., Universe Publications: 2000

ISBN: 0789304090

ISBN 13: 9780789304094

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine in Very Good dust jacket

Seller ID: 001449