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10 Years of the Centre for the Study of Jewish-Christian Relations

The Woolf Institute

2008    22 Pages    (The Woolf Institute of Abrahamic faiths)

Pamphlet celebrating 10 years of the CJCR from 1998-2008.

Pamphlet celebrating 10 years of the CJCR from 1998-2008. [less]

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22 Cells in Nuremberg

Douglas M. Kelley

1961   

DDC: 940.086 KEL   

"Your Children will grow up under communism"-A prediction we scorn. But here, in 22 cells in Nuremberg, were the men who almost made a reality of your children growing up under the Nazis. Who were these swaggering overlord? How were they able to gather such power? Why did the German people allow the torture and the murder- Why did they condone the greatest blood-Letting in modern times? Doctor Kelley studied and tested them all- Hess and Rosenberg and Goering-Jodl, Streicher and Ley- Hans Frank [...]

"Your Children will grow up under communism"-A prediction we scorn.

But here, in 22 cells in Nuremberg, were the men who almost made a reality of your children growing up under the Nazis.

Who were these swaggering overlord? How were they able to gather such power? Why did the German people allow the torture and the murder- Why did they condone the greatest blood-Letting in modern times?

Doctor Kelley studied and tested them all- Hess and Rosenberg and Goering-Jodl, Streicher and Ley- Hans Frank - Speer, even Hitler, Himself, through the words and beliefs of the men in the 22 cells and here, at last , we learn what caused these men to become the greatest collection of murderers in modern History [less]

Nuremberg Trials
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43 Group

Morris Beckman

1993    228 Pages    (Centerprise Publications)

DDC: 322.40941 BEC    LCC: DS135.E5

OCLC: 28371406    LCCN: 94142876    ISBN 13: 9780903738750    ISBN 10: 0903738759

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70 Days for 70 Years: Remember the Past to Build the Future

2015    330 Pages    (United Synagogue Publications Ltd)

DDC: 940.53 HER   

OCLC: 920666953    ISBN 13: 9781909004023    ISBN 10: 1909004022

70 Days for 70 Years project will begin worldwide, engaging hundreds of thousands of Jews in an uplifting educational and memorial programme. Participants will receive a copy of a specially published book of 70 inspirational essays written by internationally renowned educators, historians and scholars - to be read, one a day. In addition, each participant will receive a memorial card giving the details of one victim of the Holocaust who they will learn in memory of. The victims' details are [...]

70 Days for 70 Years project will begin worldwide, engaging hundreds of thousands of Jews in an uplifting educational and memorial programme. Participants will receive a copy of a specially published book of 70 inspirational essays written by internationally renowned educators, historians and scholars - to be read, one a day. In addition, each participant will receive a memorial card giving the details of one victim of the Holocaust who they will learn in memory of. The victims' details are being provided by Yad Vashem from their Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names. From the estate of Steve Mendelsson. [less]

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100 years of Jewish Life in Poland

Borwicz

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6:00 Uhr ab Messe Köln-Deutz: Deportationen 1938-1945 = Departure 6:00 a.m. Messe Köln-Deutz : deportations 1938-1945 (Spuren jüdischen Wirkens)

Dieter Corbach

1999    804 Pages    (Scriba)

DDC: 940.5318094 COR    LCC: D810.D5

OCLC: 833724164    LCCN: 99459060    ISBN 13: 9783921232460    ISBN 10: 3921232465

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900 Days, The

Harrison E. Salisbury

2006    (Pan Macmillan)

DDC: 940.5421 SAL    LCC: D764.3.L4

OCLC: 42659532    ISBN 13: 9780330392822    ISBN 10: 0330392824

From September 1941 to January 1944, Leningrad was a city under seige from three German armies, with nearly three million people trapped inside. This book gives an account of one of the great dramas of World War II.

From September 1941 to January 1944, Leningrad was a city under seige from three German armies, with nearly three million people trapped inside. This book gives an account of one of the great dramas of World War II. [less]

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1936, Die Olympischen Spiele und der Nationalsozialismus

Reinhard Rürup

1999    248 Pages    (Stiftung Topographie des Terrors Internationales Dokumentations und Begegnungszentrum Berlin)

DDC: 796.48 RUR   

OCLC: 54502760    ISBN 13: 9783980720502    ISBN 10: 3980720500

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2000: A Time and a Place

Various Authors

2002   

DDC: 820 VAR   

Newark and Sherwood's Millennium Chronicle - Selection of poetry

Newark and Sherwood's Millennium Chronicle - Selection of poetry [less]

Poetry
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2013 Directory Association of Holocaust Organizations

Dr William L. Shulman

2013    304 Pages    (Holocaust Museum Houston, Texas)

DDC: 940.53 SHU   

Annually published directory of Holocaust organisations.

Annually published directory of Holocaust organisations. [less]

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10,000 Children That Hitler Missed, The

Michele Decoteau (Editor), Lori Greschler

2009    178 Pages    (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform)

DDC: 940.53 GRE    LCC: D804.3

OCLC: 692447119    ISBN 13: 9781439243336    ISBN 10: 1439243336

The 10,000 Children That Hitler Missed reveals the largest and most poignant rescue of endangered children from the Nazi regime. Seven decades later, their stories are being told in their own words.From the collection of Dr. Viki Simpson

The 10,000 Children That Hitler Missed reveals the largest and most poignant rescue of endangered children from the Nazi regime. Seven decades later, their stories are being told in their own words.From the collection of Dr. Viki Simpson [less]

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: A Contemporary View of the Jewish Past in Polish Galicia

Chris Schwartz

192 Pages    (The Galicia Jewish Museum, Krakow, Poland.)

DDC: 909.04924 SCH   

ISBN 13: 5901968023016   

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Art
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A-7630 - Dialogue between grandaughter and grandmother

Bracha Ghilai Beck Winger

18 Pages    (Beit Lihyot)

A unique method of explaining the holocaust to children through the means of puppet theatre.

A unique method of explaining the holocaust to children through the means of puppet theatre. [less]

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Abandonment of the Jews, The

David S. Wyman

1984    450 Pages    (Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group)

DDC: 940.531503924 WYM    LCC: D810.J4

OCLC: 10753609    LCCN: 2004270331    ISBN 13: 9780394428130    ISBN 10: 0394428137

In his landmark work, author David S. Wyman contends that a substantial commitment to rescue Jewish people on the part of the United States almost certainly could have saved several hundred thousand of the Nazis' victims. This reissued edition contains a new Afterword by Wyman addressing the controversy his work has aroused.

In his landmark work, author David S. Wyman contends that a substantial commitment to rescue Jewish people on the part of the United States almost certainly could have saved several hundred thousand of the Nazis' victims. This reissued edition contains a new Afterword by Wyman addressing the controversy his work has aroused. [less]

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Abraham Joshua Heschel

John C. Merkle

1985    184 Pages    (Free Press)

DDC: 296.30924 MER    LCC: BM755.H34

OCLC: 11784553    LCCN: 85003086    ISBN 13: 9780029209707    ISBN 10: 0029209706

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Abraham Joshua Heschel and Elie Wiesel

Maurice Friedman

1987    352 Pages    (Farrar, Straus & Giroux)

DDC: 296.0922 FRI    LCC: BM565

OCLC: 15054960    LCCN: 86031992    ISBN 13: 9780374293734    ISBN 10: 0374293732

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Absence Presence: the Artisitic Memory of the Holocaust and Genocide

Feinstein, Stephen C (ed.)

DDC: ART FEI   

Artistic memory of the Holocaust and Genocide.

Artistic memory of the Holocaust and Genocide. [less]

Art
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Absent Witness

Arlene Colombe Hiquily

1994    160 Pages    (Witness Publications)

DDC: 808.819358 SCH    LCC: D804.3

OCLC: 33042972    ISBN 13: 9780952334002    ISBN 10: 0952334003

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Accounting for Horror: Post-genocide Debates in Rwanda

Nigel Eltringham

2004    248 Pages    (Pluto Press)

DDC: 967.5710431 ELT    LCC: DT450.435

OCLC: 626622827    LCCN: 2003018192    ISBN 13: 9780745320007    ISBN 10: 0745320007

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Accused, The

Whyte, George R.

DDC: ANT WHY   

About the Dreyfus Trilogy.

About the Dreyfus Trilogy. [less]

Antisemitism
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accused: The Dreyfus trilogy, The

George R Whyte

1996    168 Pages    (Libretti Coda Editions)

DDC: 792 WHY    LCC: ML48

OCLC: 35045143    LCCN: 99207815    ISBN 13: 9783929979282    ISBN 10: 3929979284

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ACJR Poetry Anthology

Association of Children of Jewish Refugees

1999   

DDC: 808.819358 SCH   

Collection of poetry

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Across the Bridge

Anna Cropper, Dalia Friedland

DDC: 800 CRO   

A play about two Holocaust survivors

A play about two Holocaust survivors [less]

Drama
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Act and Idea in the Nazi Genocide

Berel Lang

1990    280 Pages    (University of Chicago Press)

DDC: 940.5318 LAN    LCC: D810.J4

OCLC: 20259903    LCCN: 89037320    ISBN 13: 9780226468693    ISBN 10: 0226468690

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Acts of Faith

Dan Ross, Raphael Patai (Foreword by)

1988    256 Pages    (Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group)

DDC: JEW ROS    LCC: DS143.R58

OCLC: 10273312    LCCN: 83027088    ISBN 13: 9780805207590    ISBN 10: 0805207597

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Jewish
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Address Unknown

Kressmann Taylor

2002    64 Pages    (Souvenir Press Limited)

DDC: 813.54 TAY    LCC: PS3539.A944

OCLC: 48571809    ISBN 13: 9780285636293    ISBN 10: 0285636294

This thought provoking and poignant story was written on the eve of the Holocaust as a series of letters between an American Jew living in San Francisco and his former business partner and friend who returned to his native Germany. Address Unknown caused a sensation when it was first published in 1938 by exposing early on the poison of Nazism. The significant and timeless message of Address Unknown speaks to our moral conscience and survives as a searing reminder that history can repeat itself.

This thought provoking and poignant story was written on the eve of the Holocaust as a series of letters between an American Jew living in San Francisco and his former business partner and friend who returned to his native Germany. Address Unknown caused a sensation when it was first published in 1938 by exposing early on the poison of Nazism. The significant and timeless message of Address Unknown speaks to our moral conscience and survives as a searing reminder that history can repeat itself. [less]

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Addressing Anti-Semitism: Why and How? A Guide for Educators

2007    31 Pages    (YAD VASHEM)

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Adolf Hitler

1996    (Parragon Book Service Limited)

DDC: 940 SCH   

ISBN 13: 9781573350464    ISBN 10: 157335046X

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Advocate for the Dead

Alex Weissberg

1956    190 Pages    (Four Square)

DDC: 940.531503924 BRA   

The story of the German offer to trade one million Jews for army vehicles

The story of the German offer to trade one million Jews for army vehicles [less]

Rescue
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Aegis Institute

Aegis Institute

2003   

Pamphlet on the Institutes work and Objectives

Pamphlet on the Institutes work and Objectives [less]

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Aegis Review on Genocide, The

2003   

Periodical. Spring 2003 vVol 1 No 1. ISSN 1740-9152

Periodical. Spring 2003 vVol 1 No 1. ISSN 1740-9152 [less]

Periodicals
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Affair, The

Jean-Denis Bredin

1987    (Pan Macmillan)

DDC: 944.08120924 BRE    LCC: DC354

OCLC: 21405723    ISBN 13: 9780283994432    ISBN 10: 0283994436

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African Shopkeeper, An

David Susman

2004    262 Pages    (Fernwood Press)

DDC: 968.004924092 SUS    LCC: DS135.S63 S877

OCLC: 891666743    LCCN: 2005423101    ISBN 13: 9781874950783    ISBN 10: 1874950784

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African Zion

Robert G Weisbord

1968    (The Jewish Publication Society of America)

DDC: 940.5318 WEI   

The British Government offered the Zionist congress territory in East Africa for the p".urpose of establishing a Jewish "colony

The British Government offered the Zionist congress territory in East Africa for the p".urpose of establishing a Jewish "colony [less]

History
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After Auschwitz

Monica Bohm-Duchen

1995    160 Pages    (Lund Humphries Publishers, Limited)

DDC: ART BOH    LCC: N7417.6

OCLC: 33818156    LCCN: 95212122    ISBN 13: 9780853316664    ISBN 10: 085331666X

"The senseless horror of the Holocaust continues to send shockwaves through history. Few would question its profound influence on post-war philosophy, morality, theological and political thinking. Yet the impact of the Holocaust on the Fine Arts, and in particular on contemporary art, has still not received the attention it deserves." "This new publication accompanies a pioneering touring exhibition. It comprises a series of illustrated essays by leading experts, addressing: the art produced by [...]

"The senseless horror of the Holocaust continues to send shockwaves through history. Few would question its profound influence on post-war philosophy, morality, theological and political thinking. Yet the impact of the Holocaust on the Fine Arts, and in particular on contemporary art, has still not received the attention it deserves." "This new publication accompanies a pioneering touring exhibition. It comprises a series of illustrated essays by leading experts, addressing: the art produced by victims of the Holocaust during the Holocaust; the influence of the Holocaust on artists who were not camp inmates, working during the war and in the post-war period; Holocaust memorials and their significance; and the work of a younger generation of artists, many of them non-Jews, whose relationship to the Holocaust is more oblique." "Among the artists included are R. B. Kitaj, Picasso, Francis Bacon, Magdalena Abakanowicz, Christian Boltanski, Melvin Charney, Shimon Attie, Zoran Music, Susanna Pieratzki, Mick Rooney and Nancy Spero. The works selected have in common a determination not to rely on over-used visual stereotypes, nor to indulge in nostalgia, morbidity or sentimentality. Aesthetically compelling, they force us to reassess a subject all too often dismissed as overworked, and to reconsider the nature and potential of artistic activity 'after Auschwitz', as the century nears its end."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved [less]

Art
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After Auschwitz

Richard L. Rubenstein

1992    384 Pages    (Johns Hopkins University Press)

DDC: JEW RUB    LCC: BM601

OCLC: 24468110    LCCN: 66027886    ISBN 13: 9780801842856    ISBN 10: 0801842859

In this revised and expanded edition, Richard Rubenstein returns to old questions and addresses new issues with the same passion and spirit that characterized his original work.

In this revised and expanded edition, Richard Rubenstein returns to old questions and addresses new issues with the same passion and spirit that characterized his original work. [less]

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