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Descargas gratuitas de libros electrónicos de Google The holocaust: a reader
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  • Título Original: The holocaust: a reader
  • Autor del libro: Simone gigliottiberel (eds.) lang
  • ISBN: 978-1405114004
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:462
  • Realese fecha:2001-10-25
  • Descargar Formatos: MS WORD, FB2, DJVU, AZW, DOC, iBOOKS, TXT, MOBI
  • Tamaño de Archivo: 14.53 Mb
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Descargas gratuitas de libros electrónicos de Google The holocaust: a reader

"The Holocaust: A Reader" is an innovative interdisciplinary resource. Combining primary and secondary sources with editorial narrative, it enables scholars and students to engage critically with current debates about the origins, implementation, and postwar interpretation of the Holocaust.
The" Reader" is divided into six chronological sections and contains thematic subsections, each of which can be used by instructors as the basis for oral or written exercises. Oral histories and the testimonies of both victims and perpetrators - from Jewish council leaders, to ghetto and concentration camp victims, to SS officials and German soldiers - are integrated throughout, allowing scholars and students to see how underlying historical attitudes and policies evolved. Secondary sources are selected from the best recent literature on the Holocaust across a range of disciplines. Whole articles or substantial extracts are included wherever possible.
This interdisciplinary collection of primary and secondary readings encourages scholars and students to engage critically with current debates about the origins, implementation and postwar interpretation of the Holocaust.
Interdisciplinary content encourages students to engage with philosophical, political, cultural and literary debate as well as historiographical issues.
Integrates oral histories and testimonies from both victims and perpetrators, including Jewish council leaders, victims of ghettos and camps, SS officials and German soldiers.
Subsections can be used as the basis for oral or written exercises.
Whole articles or substantial extracts are included wherever possible.