10 edition of America views the Holocaust, 1933-1945 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-220) and index.
|Statement||Robert H. Abzug.|
|Series||The Bedford series in history and culture|
|LC Classifications||D804.19 .A25 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 236 p. :|
|Number of Pages||236|
|ISBN 10||0312218192, 0312133936|
|LC Control Number||98087517|
The Abandonment of the Jews: America and the Holocaust –, published in , is an influential book by David S. Wyman, former Josiah DuBois professor of history at the University of Massachusetts was the chairman of the David S. Wyman Institute for Holocaust . Abzug, Robert H. America Views the Holocaust, Amishai-Maisels, Ziva, Depiction and Interpretation: the Influence of the Holocaust on the Visual Arts Anne Frank House. Anne Frank in the World; Apensziak, Jacob, The Black BOok of Polish Jewry Appleman-Jurman, Alicia. Alicia; Arad, Yitzhak: Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka: Operation Reinhard; Arad, Yitzhak.
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America Views the Holocaust, A Brief Documentary History by Robert H. Abzug avg rating — 35 ratings — published — 2 editions. My previous book on the Holocaust dealt with the American press’s coverage—or lack thereof—of the persecution of the Jews from to Much of the story that I .
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Robert H. Abzug. Format Book Published Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's, Language English Series Bedford Series in History and Culture ISBN(pbk.) Description xv, p.: ill. ; 22 cm. Notes. America Views the Holocaust, A Brief Documentary History Robert H.
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America Views the Holocaust, A Brief Documentary : Bedford/St. Martin’s, (D A29 ) [Find in a library near you]Reproduces primary sources concerning press coverage of the Holocaust, including Varian Fry’s essay “The Massacre of the Jews” which appeared in The New Republic on Decem Search All 1 Records in Our Collections.
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For the introduction: Robert Abzug, “America Views the Holocaust A Brief Documentary History” (Boston: Bedford St. Martin’s ), p. For sources in the book: “Germany: Jews Begin to Feel a Soft Spot in the Iron Heel.
Newsweek, Septem” in: Robert Abzug (ed.), “America Views the Holocaust During the twelve years that Nazis were in power (–), Americans disagreed vehemently about how significant a threat German Chancellor Adolf Hitler posed to the world. Americans also debated whether to admit refugees, intervene in war, or rescue Jews targeted for murder.
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The economic devastation of the Great Depression in the United States, combined with a commitment to neutrality and deeply held prejudices against immigrants, limited Americans’ willingness to welcome refugees.
Neither President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s administration nor the US Congress adjusted America’s complicated and bureaucratic immigration process, which included quotas. Abzug, Robert H. America Views the Holocaust, A Brief Documentary History.
Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, (D A29 ) [Find in a library near you] Presents transcriptions of over 60 letters and articles that appeared in American newspapers and.
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Marrus, University of Toronto. America Views the Holocaust, A collection of annotated documents that demonstrates and analyzes the variety and complexity of American understandings of what we now call the Holocaust as it happened: newspaper and magazine accounts, diaries and .Buy America Views the Holocaust, A Brief Documentary History by Robert H Abzug online at Alibris.
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