The systematic murder of millions of Europe's Jews by the Nazis during World War II remains almost beyond our ability to imagine. Recognizing that the Holocaust is all too often presented as statistics, Thomas Cussan uses carefully selected photographs and documents to bolster this succinct history of Germany's genocidal campaign against the Jewish people. Included here are key points along the way—including Operation Barbarossa and Babi Yar—but also profiles of the heroes, witnesses, and resisters, as well as an account of the Kindertransport program that brought 10,000 children to safe haven in Britain.
The Holocaust: Origins, History & Aftermath
Author: Thomas Cussans.