These 213 documents on the theory, planning, and execution of, and
reaction and resistance to, the Nazi plan to exterminate European
Jews date from the 1920s through the closing days of World War II
and focus on the experience of eastern Europe.
The crystallization of the principles of Nazi anti-Semitism, the
policies of the Third Reich toward the Jews, the period of
segregation and enclosed ghettos, and the stages through which the
'final solution' were implemented are some of the topics covered.
Other documents shed light on Jewish public activities and the
organization of the Underground and Jewish self-defense. Many of
the documents of Jewish origin were not published previously. This
comprehensive collection is essential for understanding the history
of the Holocaust.
Yitzhak Arad has written numerous books, including The Pictorial
History of the Holocaust. Israel Gutman is a coeditor of Anatomy of
the Auschwitz Death Camp. Abraham Margaliot taught at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem. Introducer Steven T. Katz is a professor
of religion and the director of the Center for Judaic Studies at
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