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Books > History > European history > From 1900 > Second World War > The Holocaust

Hitler: Volume II - Downfall 1939-45 (Paperback): Volker Ullrich Hitler: Volume II - Downfall 1939-45 (Paperback)
Volker Ullrich 1
R465 R367 Discovery Miles 3 670 Save R98 (21%) Ships in 7 - 10 working days

‘Meticulous… Probably the most disturbing portrait of Hitler I have ever read’ Dominic Sandbrook, Sunday Times

In the summer of 1939 Hitler was at the zenith of his power. The Nazis had consolidated their authority over the German people, and in a series of foreign-policy coups, the Führer had restored Germany to the status of a major Continental power. He now embarked on realising his lifelong ambition: to provide the German people with the living space and the resources they needed to flourish and exterminate those who were standing in the way – the Bolsheviks and the Jews.

Yet despite the initial German triumphs – the quick defeat of Poland, the successful Blitzkrieg in the west – the war set in motion Hitler’s downfall. With the attack on the Soviet Union in June 1941 and the entry of the United States into the war later that year, Nazi Germany’s fortunes began to turn: it soon became clear that the war could not be won.

As in the earlier volume, Volker Ullrich offers fascinating insight into the personality of the Führer, without which we fail to understand the course of the war and the development of the Holocaust. As Germany’s supreme military commander, he decided on strategy and planned operations with his generals, involving himself in even the smallest minutiae. And here the key traits – and flaws – of his personality quickly came to the fore. Hitler was a gambler who put everything on one card; deeply insecure, he was easily shaken by the slightest setback and quick to blame his subordinates for his own catastrophic mistakes; and when he realised that the war was lost, he embarked on the annihilation of Germany itself in punishment of the German people who had failed to hand him victory.

In September 1939, Hitler declared that he would wear a simple military tunic until the war was won – or otherwise, he would not be there to witness the end. On 30 April 1945, as Soviet troops closed in on his bunker in Berlin, Hitler committed suicide; seven days later, Germany surrendered. Hitler’s murderous ambitions had not just destroyed Germany: they had cost the lives of tens of millions of people throughout Europe.

In the Midst of Civilized Europe - The Pogroms of 1918-1921 and the Onset of the Holocaust (Hardcover): Jeffrey Veidlinger In the Midst of Civilized Europe - The Pogroms of 1918-1921 and the Onset of the Holocaust (Hardcover)
Jeffrey Veidlinger
R763 R632 Discovery Miles 6 320 Save R131 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Learning from the Germans - Confronting Race and the Memory of Evil (Paperback): Susan Neiman Learning from the Germans - Confronting Race and the Memory of Evil (Paperback)
Susan Neiman 1
R265 R209 Discovery Miles 2 090 Save R56 (21%) Ships in 7 - 10 working days

'An ambitious and engrossing investigation of the moral legacies which stubbornly refuse to pass' Brendan Simms As the western world struggles with its legacies of racism and colonialism, what can we learn from the past in order to move forward? Susan Neiman's Learning from the Germans delivers an urgently needed perspective on how a country can come to terms with its historical wrongdoings. Neiman, who grew up as a white girl in the American South during the civil rights movement, is a Jewish woman who has spent much of her adult life in Berlin. In clear and gripping prose, she uses this unique perspective to combine philosophical reflection, personal history and conversations with both Americans and Germans who are grappling with the evils of their own national histories. Through focusing on the particularities of those histories, she provides examples for other nations, whether they are facing resurgent nationalism, ongoing debates over reparations or controversies surrounding historical monuments and the contested memories they evoke. It is necessary reading for all those confronting their own troubled pasts.

The Philosophy of Emil Fackenheim - From Revelation to the Holocaust (Hardcover): Kenneth Hart Green The Philosophy of Emil Fackenheim - From Revelation to the Holocaust (Hardcover)
Kenneth Hart Green
R2,430 R2,253 Discovery Miles 22 530 Save R177 (7%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Fackenheim was one of the most philosophically serious, knowledgeable, and provocative contemporary Jewish thinkers. His original focus as a philosophical theologian was mainly on revelation, but in his later work he concerned himself primarily with the wide-ranging implications of the Holocaust. In this book, Kenneth Hart Green examines Fackenheim's intellectual trajectory and traces how and why he focused so intently on the Holocaust. He explores the deeper thought that Fackenheim developed about the Holocaust, which he construed as a cataclysmic event that ruptured history and one that also brought about a change in the very structure of being. As Green demonstrates, the Holocaust, according to Fackenheim's interpretation, changes how we view all things, from God to man to history. It also radically affects Judaism, Christianity, and philosophy, the major traditions that have shaped the Western world.

"Promise Me You'll Shoot Yourself" - The Mass Suicide of Ordinary Germans in 1945 (Hardcover): Florian Huber "Promise Me You'll Shoot Yourself" - The Mass Suicide of Ordinary Germans in 1945 (Hardcover)
Florian Huber
R621 R518 Discovery Miles 5 180 Save R103 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Emotions and Mass Atrocity - Philosophical and Theoretical Explorations (Paperback): Thomas Brudholm, Johannes Lang Emotions and Mass Atrocity - Philosophical and Theoretical Explorations (Paperback)
Thomas Brudholm, Johannes Lang
R651 Discovery Miles 6 510 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The study of genocide and mass atrocity abounds with references to emotions: fear, anger, horror, shame and hatred. Yet we don't understand enough about how 'ordinary' emotions behave in such extreme contexts. Emotions are not merely subjective and interpersonal phenomena; they are also powerful social and political forces, deeply involved in the history of mass violence. Drawing on recent insights from philosophy, psychology, history, and the social sciences, this volume examines the emotions of perpetrators, victims, and bystanders. Editors Thomas Brudholm and Johannes Lang have brought together an interdisciplinary group of prominent scholars to provide an in-depth analysis of the nature, value, and role of emotions as they relate to the causes and dynamics of mass atrocities. The result is a new perspective on the social, political, and moral dimensions of emotions in the history of collective violence and its aftermath.

Studying the Holocaust - Issues, readings and documents (Paperback): Ronnie Landau Studying the Holocaust - Issues, readings and documents (Paperback)
Ronnie Landau
R893 Discovery Miles 8 930 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Ronnie Landau has compiled a highly original and invaluable aid to understanding the moral, historical and educational significance of the Holocaust. This cross-disciplinary work has been designed to provide a unique source of help both to students and teachers in fields as disparate as history, humanities, education, literature, drama, psychology, religious education, philosophy and sociology.
"Studying the Holocaust" contains: an historical overview of the holocaust and the years immediately preceding it; key historical documents, each with a brief introduction; a range of readings and usable ideas for imaginative, challenging and stimulating class-based discussions and other activities; an examination of the nature and extent of the crime of genocide in the modern age; a reference section containing brief biographies of key personalities and a glossary of essential terms; and more.

The Light of Days CD - The Untold Story of Women Resistance Fighters in Hitler's Ghettos (Standard format, CD): Judy... The Light of Days CD - The Untold Story of Women Resistance Fighters in Hitler's Ghettos (Standard format, CD)
Judy Batalion; Read by Mozhan Marno
R879 R649 Discovery Miles 6 490 Save R230 (26%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Remembering the Holocaust in Educational Settings (Paperback): Andy Pearce Remembering the Holocaust in Educational Settings (Paperback)
Andy Pearce
R1,006 Discovery Miles 10 060 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Remembering the Holocaust in Educational Settings brings together a group of international experts to investigate the relationship between Holocaust remembrance and different types of educational activity through consideration of how education has become charged with preserving and perpetuating Holocaust memory and an examination of the challenges and opportunities this presents. The book is divided into two key parts. The first part considers the issues of and approaches to the remembrance of the Holocaust within an educational setting, with essays covering topics such as historical culture, genocide education, familial narratives, the survivor generation, and memory spaces in the United States, United Kingdom, and Germany. In the second part, contributors explore a wide range of case studies within which education and Holocaust remembrance interact, including young people's understanding of the Holocaust in Germany, Polish identity narratives, Shoah remembrance and education in Israel, the Holocaust and Genocide Centre of Education and Memory in South Africa, and teaching at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia. An international and interdisciplinary exploration of how and why the Holocaust is remembered through educational activity, Remembering the Holocaust in Educational Settings is the ideal book for all students, scholars, and researchers of the history and memory of the Holocaust as well as those studying and working within Holocaust education.

Belsen in History and Memory (Hardcover): David Cesarani, Tony Kushner, Jo Reilly, Colin Richmond Belsen in History and Memory (Hardcover)
David Cesarani, Tony Kushner, Jo Reilly, Colin Richmond
R3,334 Discovery Miles 33 340 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

To the British in 1945 the images of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp said everything necessary to illustrate and prove the extent of Nazi barbarity, yet the grim newsreel footage and radio reports did not tell the whole story. Over the following decades these potent representations became encrusted with myths and meanings that distorted the actuality of Belsen. Fifty years after the liberation of the camp, scholars and eyewitnesses can finally explore the extraordinary history of the camp, the experiences of the inmates and the work of the liberators. This volume presents the most authoritative recent scholarship on Belsen by British, American, German, French and Israeli historians. Drawing on documentary and oral sources in Yiddish, Hebrew, German, Dutch and French, often for the first time, it challenges many stereotypes about the camp, and reinstates the groups hitherto marginalised or ignored in accounts of the camp and its liberation.

Hope is the Last to Die - A Coming of Age Under Nazi Terror (Hardcover, A new, expanded ed): Halina Birenbaum Hope is the Last to Die - A Coming of Age Under Nazi Terror (Hardcover, A new, expanded ed)
Halina Birenbaum
R3,581 Discovery Miles 35 810 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This book is an important work in Holocaust literature and was originally published in Poland in 1967. Covering the years 1939-1945, it is the author's account of her experience growing up in the Warsaw ghetto and her eventual deportation to, imprisonment in, and survival of the Majdanek, Auschwitz, Ravensbruck, and Neustadt-Glewe camps. Since the old, the weak, and children were summarily executed by the Nazis in these camps, Mrs Birenbaum's survival and coming of age is all the more remarkable. Her story is told with simplicity and clarity and the new edition contains revisions made by the author to the original English translation, and is expanded with a new epilogue and postscripts that bring the story up to date and complete the circle of Mrs Birenbaum's experiences.

Schindler's Ark (Paperback): Thomas Keneally Schindler's Ark (Paperback)
Thomas Keneally
R331 R243 Discovery Miles 2 430 Save R88 (27%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Winner of the Booker Prize and international bestseller, made into the award-winning film Schindler's List. In the shadow of Auschwitz, a flamboyant German industrialist grew into a living legend to the Jews of Cracow. He was a womaniser, a heavy drinker and a bon viveur, but to them he became a saviour. This is the extraordinary story of Oskar Schindler, who risked his life to protect Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland and who was transformed by the war into a man with a mission, a compassionate angel of mercy.

The Auschwitz Photographer - The Forgotten Story of the WWII Prisoner Who Documented Thousands of Lost Souls (Paperback): Luca... The Auschwitz Photographer - The Forgotten Story of the WWII Prisoner Who Documented Thousands of Lost Souls (Paperback)
Luca Crippa, Maurizio Onnis; Translated by Jennifer Higgins
R386 R336 Discovery Miles 3 360 Save R50 (13%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The Nazis asked him to swear allegiance to Hitler, betraying his country, his friends, and everything he believed in. He refused. Poland, 1939. Professional photographer Wilhelm Brasse is deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau and finds himself in a deadly race to survive, assigned to work as the camp's intake photographer and take "identity pictures" of prisoners as they arrive by the trainload. Brasse soon discovers his photography skills are in demand from Nazi guards as well, who ask him to take personal portraits for them to send to their families and girlfriends. Behind the camera, Brasse is safe from the terrible fate that so many of his fellow prisoners meet. But over the course of five years, the horrifying scenes his lens capture, including inhumane medical "experiments" led by Josef Mengele, change Brasse forever. Based on the true story of Wilhelm Brasse, The Auschwitz Photographer is a stark black-and-white reminder of the horrors of the Holocaust. This gripping work of World War II narrative nonfiction takes readers behind the barbed wire fences of the world's most feared concentration camp, bringing Brasse's story to life as he clicks the shutter button thousands of times before ultimately joining the Resistance, defying the Nazis, and defiantly setting down his camera for good.

The Quest for the Nazi Personality - A Psychological Investigation of Nazi War Criminals (Hardcover): Eric A. Zillmer, Molly... The Quest for the Nazi Personality - A Psychological Investigation of Nazi War Criminals (Hardcover)
Eric A. Zillmer, Molly Harrower, Barry A. Ritzler, Robert P. Archer
R3,835 Discovery Miles 38 350 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Half a century after the collapse of the Nazi regime and the Third Reich, scholars from a range of fields continue to examine the causes of Nazi Germany. An increasing number of young Americans are attempting to understand the circumstances that led to the rise of the Nazi party and the subsequent Holocaust, as well as the implication such events may have for today as the world faces a resurgence of neo-Nazism, ethnic warfare, and genocide.
In the months following World War II, extensive psychiatric and psychological testing was performed on over 200 Nazis in an effort to understand the key personalities of the Third Reich and of those individuals who "just followed orders." In addressing these issues, the current volume examines the strange history of over 200 Rorschach Inkblot protocols that were administered to Nazi war criminals and answers such questions as:
* Why the long delay in publishing protocols?
* What caused such jealousies among the principals?
* How should the protocols be interpreted?
* Were the Nazis monsters or ordinary human beings?
This text delivers a definitive and comprehensive study of the psychological functioning of Nazi war criminals -- both the elite and the rank-and-file. In order to apply a fresh perspective to understanding the causes that created such antisocial behavior, these analyses lead to a discussion within the context of previous work done in social and clinical psychology. Subjects discussed include the authoritarian personality, altruism, obedience to authority, diffusion of responsibility, and moral indifference. The implications for current political events are also examined as Neo-Nazism, anti-Semitism, and ethnic hate are once again on the rise. While the book does contain some technical material relating to the psychological interpretations, it is intended to be a scholarly presentation written in a narrative style. No prior knowledge of psychological testing is necessary, but it should be of great benefit for those interested in the Rorschach Inkblot test, or with a special interest in psychological testing, personality assessment, and the history of psychology. It is also intended for readers with a broad interest in Nazi Germany.

Stitched & Sewn - The Life-Saving Art of Holocaust Survivor Trudie Strobel (Hardcover): Jody Savin Stitched & Sewn - The Life-Saving Art of Holocaust Survivor Trudie Strobel (Hardcover)
Jody Savin; Photographs by Ann Elliott Cutting; Foreword by Michael Berenbaum
R571 Discovery Miles 5 710 Ships in 12 - 17 working days
The Nine Hundred - The Extraordinary Young Women of the First Official Jewish Transport to Auschwitz (Hardcover): Heather Dune... The Nine Hundred - The Extraordinary Young Women of the First Official Jewish Transport to Auschwitz (Hardcover)
Heather Dune Macadam, Caroline Moorehead 1
R543 R451 Discovery Miles 4 510 Save R92 (17%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

'Books such as this are essential: they remind modern readers of events that should never be forgotten' - Caroline Moorehead On March 25, 1942, nearly a thousand young, unmarried Jewish women boarded a train in Poprad, Slovakia. Filled with a sense of adventure and national pride, they left their parents' homes wearing their best clothes and confidently waving good-bye. Believing they were going to work in a factory for a few months, they were eager to report for government service. Instead, the young women-many of them teenagers-were sent to Auschwitz. Their government paid 500 Reichsmarks (about GBP160) apiece for the Nazis to take them as slave labour. Of those 999 innocent deportees, only a few would survive. The facts of the first official Jewish transport to Auschwitz are little known, yet profoundly relevant today. These were not resistance fighters or prisoners of war. There were no men among them. Sent to almost certain death, the young women were powerless and insignificant not only because they were Jewish-but also because they were female. Now, acclaimed author Heather Dune Macadam reveals their poignant stories, drawing on extensive interviews with survivors, and consulting with historians, witnesses, and relatives of those first deportees to create an important addition to Holocaust literature and women's history.

The Happiest Man on Earth - The Beautiful Life of an Auschwitz Survivor (Standard format, CD): Eddie Jaku The Happiest Man on Earth - The Beautiful Life of an Auschwitz Survivor (Standard format, CD)
Eddie Jaku; Read by Raphael Corkhill
R528 R428 Discovery Miles 4 280 Save R100 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Comic Books, Graphic Novels and the Holocaust - Beyond Maus (Paperback): Ewa Stanczyk Comic Books, Graphic Novels and the Holocaust - Beyond Maus (Paperback)
Ewa Stanczyk
R1,001 Discovery Miles 10 010 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This book analyses the portrayals of the Holocaust in newspaper cartoons, educational pamphlets, short stories and graphic novels. Focusing on recognised and lesser-known illustrators from Europe and beyond, the volume looks at autobiographical and fictional accounts and seeks to paint a broader picture of Holocaust comic strips from the 1940s to the present. The book shows that the genre is a capacious one, not only dealing with the killing of millions of Jews but also with Jewish lives in war-torn Europe, the personal and transgenerational memory of the Second World War and the wider national and transnational legacies of the Shoah. The chapters in this collection point to the aesthetic diversity of the genre which uses figurative and allegorical representation, as well as applying different stylistics, from realism to fantasy. Finally, the contributions to this volume show new developments in comic books and graphic novels on the Holocaust, including the rise of alternative publications, aimed at the adult reader, and the emergence of state-funded educational comics written with young readers in mind. This book was originally published as a special issue of the Journal of Modern Jewish Studies.

Enacting History - A Practical Guide to Teaching the Holocaust through Theater (Paperback): Mira Hirsch, Janet E. Rubin, Arnold... Enacting History - A Practical Guide to Teaching the Holocaust through Theater (Paperback)
Mira Hirsch, Janet E. Rubin, Arnold Mittelman
R823 Discovery Miles 8 230 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Enacting History is a practical guide for educators that provides methodologies and resources for teaching the Holocaust through a variety of theatrical means, including scripted texts, verbatim testimony, devised theater techniques and process-oriented creative exercises. A close collaboration with the USC Shoah Foundation I Witness program and the National Jewish Theater Foundation Holocaust Theater International Initiative at the University of Miami Miller Center for Contemporary Judaic Studies resulted in the ground-breaking work within this volume. The material facilitates teaching the Holocaust in a way that directly connects students to individual people and historical events through the art of theater. Each section is designed to help middle and high school educators meet curricular goals, objectives and standards and to integrate other educational disciplines based upon best practices. Students will gain both intellectual and emotional understanding by speaking the words of survivors, as well as young characters in scripted scenes, and developing their own performances based on historical primary sources. This book is an innovative and invaluable resource for teachers and students of the Holocaust; it is an exemplary account of how the power of theater can be harnessed within the classroom setting to encourage a deeper understanding of this defining event in history.

My Name Is Selma - The Remarkable Memoir of a Jewish Resistance Fighter and Ravensbruck Survivor (Hardcover): Selma van de Perre My Name Is Selma - The Remarkable Memoir of a Jewish Resistance Fighter and Ravensbruck Survivor (Hardcover)
Selma van de Perre
R568 R475 Discovery Miles 4 750 Save R93 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Holocaust Studies - Critical Reflections (Paperback): Steven T. Katz Holocaust Studies - Critical Reflections (Paperback)
Steven T. Katz
R1,006 Discovery Miles 10 060 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The great majority of Holocaust scholarship concentrates heavily, if not almost completely, on the Final Solution from the German side. The distinctive feature of this book, both individually and as a collection, is its concentration on the Holocaust from a Judeo-centric point of view. The present essays make a unique contribution by exploring issues such as: the effect of events specifically on Jewish women and children; the character of the Nazi policy of slave labor in as much as this essential program resulted in different treatment with regard to Jews as compared to other workers; how the destruction of European Jewry has been responded to by Jewish thinkers; and how Jewish values, such as the well-known principle that "all Jews are responsible for each other," were exemplified and lived out during the war. The collection also includes an essay on Elie Wiesel, and another that explores the much discussed, very controversial issue of Jewish resistance, as well as several essays on philosophical and comparative issues raised by the Shoah.

Kaddish: Before the Holocaust and After (Paperback): Jane Yolen Kaddish: Before the Holocaust and After (Paperback)
Jane Yolen
R324 R268 Discovery Miles 2 680 Save R56 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Gallery of Miracles and Madness - Insanity, Art and Hitler's First Mass-Murder Programme (Paperback): Charlie English The Gallery of Miracles and Madness - Insanity, Art and Hitler's First Mass-Murder Programme (Paperback)
Charlie English
R380 R304 Discovery Miles 3 040 Save R76 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

'A riveting tale, brilliantly told' Philippe Sands The little-known story of Hitler's war on modern art and the mentally ill. In the first years of the Weimar Republic, the German psychiatrist Hans Prinzhorn gathered a remarkable collection of works by schizophrenic patients that would astonish and delight the world. The Prinzhorn collection, as it was called, inspired a new generation of artists, including Paul Klee, Max Ernst and Salvador Dali. What the doctor could not have known, however, was that these works would later be used to prepare the ground for mass-murder. Soon after his rise to power, Hitler-a failed artist of the old school-declared war on modern art. The Nazis staged giant 'Degenerate Art' shows to ridicule the avant-garde, and seized and destroyed the cream of Germany's modern art collections. This action was mere preparation, however, for the even more sinister campaign Hitler would later wage against so-called "degenerate" people, and Prinzhorn's artists were caught up in both. Bringing together inspirational art history, genius and madness, and the wanton cruelty of the fanatical "artist-Fuhrer", this astonishing story lays bare the culture war that paved the way for Hitler's first extermination programme, the psychiatric Holocaust.

After the Holocaust (Paperback): Monty Noam Penkower After the Holocaust (Paperback)
Monty Noam Penkower
R488 Discovery Miles 4 880 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The chapters in this volume examine a few facets in the drama of how the survivors of the Holocaust contended with life after the darkest night in Jewish history. They include the Earl Harrison mission and significant report, the effort to keep Europe's borders open to refugee infiltration, the murder of the first Jew in Germany after V-E Day and its aftermath, and the iconic sculptures of Nathan Rapoport and Poland's landscape of Holocaust memory up to the present day. Joining extensive archival research and a limpid prose, Professor Monty Noam Penkower again displays a definitive mastery of his craft.

Advancing Holocaust Studies (Hardcover): Carol Rittner, John K. Roth Advancing Holocaust Studies (Hardcover)
Carol Rittner, John K. Roth
R3,081 Discovery Miles 30 810 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The growing field of Holocaust studies confronts a world wracked by antisemitism, immigration and refugee crises, human rights abuses, mass atrocity crimes, threats of nuclear war, the COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019) pandemic, and environmental degradation. What does it mean to advance Holocaust studies-what are learning and teaching about the Holocaust for-in such dire straits? Vast resources support study and memorialization of the Holocaust. What assumptions govern that investment? What are its major successes and failures, challenges and prospects? Across thirteen chapters, Advancing Holocaust Studies shows how leading scholars grapple with those tough questions.

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