Smoke and Ashes

Smoke and Ashes

The Story of the Holocaust

Book - 2002
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Gr. 6-12. First published in 1988, this authoritative history has now been expanded to include newly available facts and crucial issues for discussion. The core of the book remains the same, with a writing style both passionate and controlled, combining eyewitness accounts, statistics, and commentary in a spacious format that includes documentary photos (many of them taken by the Nazis) on almost every page. Rogasky has added material about the roles of Nazi "helpers," including German police and bystanders. There's a new section on the Nazi persecution of gay men, and there's more about the rescuers. The chapter on whether the Holocaust is unique covers horrifying recent events, such as the genocide in Rwanda, and a new chapter gives details about contemporary hate groups and answers those who deny that the Holocaust happened. The bibliography now includes Web sites and chapter source notes. This is an outstanding resource for the Holocaust curriculum
Publisher: New York : Holiday House, c2002.
Edition: Revised & expanded edition
ISBN: 9780823416127
Branch Call Number: YA NF HISTORY Rogasky
Characteristics: xv, 256 pages : illustrations, map ; 26 cm.


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