The Holocaust - The Jewish Tragedy

by Martin Gilbert 

There are some things that must never be forgotten. This text, one of the crucial documents of the twentieth century, provides a chronicle of the shameful and inhuman acts perpetrated by the Third Reich and its collaborators during World War II.

In this detailed and harrowing historical study, Martin Gilbert traces the rise of anti-Semitism in Germany from the early fulminations of Martin Luther to the venomous rhetoric of Adolf Hitler. He faithfully details the experiences of those who suffered the horrors unleashed by the murderous forces of Adolph Hitler and his inner circle in a way that ensures future generations will remember a part of recent human history that most would rather forget.

*** Please take note that the readability of the text improves after the introduction of the book.

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