That was one of the first, and one of the best, non fiction books I've read.
Mr. Friedlander also explains the machinations of the Vatican's passivity as well as the religious rationalizations used by many to abuse Jews.
The book combines a massive amount of source material to give flavor for all sides of the Holocaust machine.
Book was in top condition, including the dust cover. It was the most thorough and detailed history of
the death camps throughout Europe I have ever read - their operations,... Read more
This is a complete overview of how Europe and the U,S. allowed anti-semitism to morph into extermination. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Stephanie Zimmermann
The Years of Extermination
The Years of Exterminatin because of the content and the comprehension is an outstanding work. Read more
I read this book because it was a Pulitzer Prize winner. I can understand why it did. The depth of analysis was extraordinary. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Anita Nicholas Alexander
SIMPLY THE MOST IN DEPTH REPORTING OF A REGIMES MADNESS AND THE AFFECTS OFBELIEF IN AMADMANS PLANS TO DESTROY A PEOPLE WHO THIS MADMAN FOUND UNJUSTPublished 9 months ago by JOHN ANTHONY
A sad tale that provides the documentation and story of one of the worst periods and sides of human behavior. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jay Chatzkel
A big, dense tome, Saul Friedlander’s Nazi Germany and the Jews, 1939-1945: The Years of Extermination, parachutes you directly into the conflagration. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Michael I.
I'M USING IT AS A TEXT BOOK SO I HOPE I COULD GET A GOOD GRADE IN THE SUBJECT, JUST LIKE MY 5-STAR RATINGPublished 13 months ago by V.Z.S