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A Biographical Dictionary. Published May 30, 2007 by Greenwood Press.

A historical dictionary about the Holocaust. ISBN13:9780313336775. Release Date:May 2007.

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Presents 278 biographies of Holocaust survivors from various countries and of various backgrounds, mainly Jews but also including some Roma .

Presents 278 biographies of Holocaust survivors from various countries and of various backgrounds, mainly Jews but also including some Roma and Sinti survivors, and some well-known rescuers (. Chiune Sugihara, Raoul Wallenberg). Pp. xiii-xxiii contain an introduction, briefly relating the events of the Holocaust.

Emily Taitz has a . from Queens College (CUNY) and an . in medieval Jewish history from The Jewish Theological Seminary in New York

Emily Taitz has a . in medieval Jewish history from The Jewish Theological Seminary in New York Taitz taught Women’s Studies and general history courses for ten years at Adelphi University. She now concentrates on writing. She has published numerous articles and books, most about Jewish women, and is presently working on a biographical dictionary of Holocaust survivors which will include both men and women. Articles by this author.

Holocaust survivors are commonly understood to be Jews who survived the persecution and attempted annihilation of the Jewish people by Nazi Germany and its allies in Europe and North Africa during the Holocaust before and during World War II, from t. .

Holocaust survivors are commonly understood to be Jews who survived the persecution and attempted annihilation of the Jewish people by Nazi Germany and its allies in Europe and North Africa during the Holocaust before and during World War II, from the rise of the Nazi party to power in Germany in 1933 until the defeat of Nazi Germany in 1945

A historical dictionary about the Holocaust. Used for a research paper, very informative
Holocaust Survivors: A Biographical Dictionary, Volume 1 download epub
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Author: Emily Taitz
ISBN: 0313336776
Category: History
Subcategory: World
Language: English
Publisher: Greenwood; First edition. edition (May 30, 2007)
Pages: 368 pages