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The Night of Broken Glass - Eyewitness Accounts of Kristallnacht (Paperback): Thomas Karlauf, Uta Gerhardt The Night of Broken Glass - Eyewitness Accounts of Kristallnacht (Paperback)
Thomas Karlauf, Uta Gerhardt
R468 R427 Discovery Miles 4 270 Save R41 (9%) Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Ein einmaliges Zeitzeugnis und eine Sammlung von Augenzeugenberichten der Novemberpogrome 1938, der Reichskristallnacht. Erscheint erstmals in englischer Sprache mit einem Vorwort von Saul Friedlander, Pulitzer-Preistrager und UEberlebender des Holocaust.

The Night of Broken Glass - Eyewitness Accounts of Kristallnacht (Hardcover): Thomas Karlauf, Uta Gerhardt The Night of Broken Glass - Eyewitness Accounts of Kristallnacht (Hardcover)
Thomas Karlauf, Uta Gerhardt
R1,606 Discovery Miles 16 060 Out of stock

November 9th 1938 is widely seen as a violent turning point in Nazi Germany's assault on the Jews. An estimated 400 Jews lost their lives in the anti-Semitic pogrom and more than 30,000 were imprisoned or sent to concentration camps, where many were brutally mistreated. Thousands more fled their homelands in Germany and Austria, shocked by what they had seen, heard and experienced. What they took with them was not only the pain of saying farewell but also the memory of terrible scenes: attacks by mobs of drunken Nazis, public humiliations, burning synagogues, inhuman conditions in overcrowded prison cells and concentration camp barracks. The reactions of neighbours and passersby to these barbarities ranged from sympathy and aid to scorn, mockery, and abuse.

In 1939 the Harvard sociologist Edward Hartshorne gathered eyewitness accounts of the Kristallnacht from hundreds of Jews who had fled, but Hartshorne joined the Secret Service shortly afterwards and the accounts he gathered were forgotten - until now. These eyewitness testimonies - published here for the first time, with a foreword by Saul Friedlander, the Pulitzer Prize historian and Holocaust survivor - paint a harrowing picture of everyday violence in one of Europe's darkest moments.

This unique and disturbing document will be of great interest to anyone interested in modern history, Nazi Germany and the historical experience of the Jews.

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