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David Cesarani's Final Solution is an intelligent and thought-provoking short history of the Holocaust. Not only does David Cesarani draw together and engage with the latest scholarly research, making extensive use of previously untapped resources such as diaries and letters from within the ghettos and camps (many of them in Polish or Yiddish and therefore previously largely inaccessible to Anglo-American scholars) but by adopting a rigorously Judeocentric approach the whole narrative of the march to genocide and its aftermath the book presents a subtly different timeline which casts afresh…mehr

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David Cesarani's Final Solution is an intelligent and thought-provoking short history of the Holocaust. Not only does David Cesarani draw together and engage with the latest scholarly research, making extensive use of previously untapped resources such as diaries and letters from within the ghettos and camps (many of them in Polish or Yiddish and therefore previously largely inaccessible to Anglo-American scholars) but by adopting a rigorously Judeocentric approach the whole narrative of the march to genocide and its aftermath the book presents a subtly different timeline which casts afresh the horror of the period and engenders a significant re-evaluation of the how and why. Eschewing some of the more fevered theses about the guilt of the perpetrators (and indeed recasting how wide that net should be spread), David Cesarani's measured and skilful negotiation of a crowded field is, as a result, all the more devastating.

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  • Verlag: Pan Macmillan
  • Altersempfehlung: ab 18 Jahre
  • Erscheinungstermin: 28.01.2016
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9780230771758
  • Artikelnr.: 44754818
Autorenporträt
David Cesarani was internationally recognized as one of this generation's leading Jewish and Holocaust scholars. He was research professor in History at Royal Holloway. He was nominated for a Golden Dagger and was a finalist for the US National Jewish Book Award for History in 2009 for Major Farran's Hat. His biography of Adolf Eichmann was winner of the National Jewish Book Award in 2006 and has been translated into a dozen languages. Earlier books include an acclaimed biography of Arthur Koestler (1998) and the controversial Justice Delayed (1992), the story of how Britain became a haven for Nazi war criminals after the end of the war. He had extensive broadcasting and print media experience. In 2005 he was awarded an OBE for his work in the establishment of Holocaust Memorial Day in the UK and was a trustee of the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust. He also serves on the UK delegation to the International Task Force for Holocaust Remembrance, Education and Research. Final Solution: The Fate of the Jews 1933-1949 was published posthumously in January 2016.
Inhaltsangabe
* o Section
i: Maps o Section
ii: List of Illustrations o Acknowledgements
iii: Acknowledgements o Introduction
iv: Introduction * Section
v: Prologue * Chapter
One: The First Year 1933 * Chapter
Two: Judenpolitik 1937
1938 * Chapter
Three: Pogrom 1938
1941 * Chapter
Four: War 1939
1941 * Chapter
Five: Barbarossa 1941 * Chapter
Six: Final Solution 1942 * Chapter
Seven: Total War 1943 * Chapter
Eight: The Last Phase 1944
1945 * Section
vi: Epilogue * Section
vii: Conclusion * o Section
viii: Glossary o Section
ix: Bibliography o Section
x: Notes o Index
xi: Index