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Fair. 24 cm, 224, wraps, profusely illus., maps, facsims., chronological table, sources, bibliography, front cover torn at bottom near spine. Covers somewhat soiled and worn. This translation of Der Gelbe Stern was originally published in 1969. This landmark book was one of the first comprehensive photographic accounts of the Holocaust. During the 1950's, researchers in Washington, DC, and London poured over more than 1, 500 tons of photographs and documents seized after World War II. In 1960 Gerhard Schoenberner gathered some 200 photographs from the newly uncovered material, most of them taken by Nazis to chronicle their war against the Jews. Schoenberner named the book after the yellow badge that the Nazis forced the persecuted Jews to wear. With its comprehensive, authoritative presentation of visual and textual evidence, much of which had not yet not been seen before, The Yellow Star shocked the German population and introduced the world to many haunting images. The book endures as one of the most important documentary accounts of the Holocaust, reprinted in many German editions and subsequently published in eight languages. The photographs are accompanied by extracts from Nazi and Germandocuments--laws, decrees, and other Reich memoranda, field reports from SSofficers and concentration camp directors, newspaper editorials, and other writings. Schoenberner also provides detailed captions to the photographs.
Fair. 224 pages. Softcover. reading copy. Cover is slightly bent and has creasing. HISTORY. A shattering record of the Holocaust-nearly 200 photographs from international archives, supplemented with text, official documents and eyewitness testimonials. (Key Words: History, Holocaust, Jews, Europe, Hitler, Germany, Nazi, Photographs, Terror, Susan Sweet, Concentration Camps, Gerhard Schoenberner).
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