Lessons and Legacies: v. 1 Meaning of the Holocaust in a Changing World
By: Donald G. Schilling (author)Paperback
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Winner of the 1992 Anisfield-Wolf Book Award Nearly half a century after the Nazi massacre of the Jews in Europe, the Holocaust is now moving from the domain of experience to that of history. It is becoming the subject of recorded rather than living memory. Is real comprehension of the development and horror of the Nazi onslaught accessible to us? If so, through what intellectual processes or categories of understanding, and in the face of what temptations or diversions? How can we preserve, expand, and apply our knowledge of why and how barbarity came to prevail? What meaning can present and future generations derive from the catastrophe? These are the vital questions addressed by the essays in this volume.
Peter Hayes is associate professor of history and German at Northwestern University. He is the author of"Industry and Ideology: I. G. Farben in the Nazi Era.""
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