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Very Good in Very Good jacket. Size: 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall; Basic Books First Print Near Fine Hardcover in Near Fine Dustjacket. Black paper covered boards backed with black cloth gilt lettered at spine. Flat, square, spine heel soft bump, decorative head and tail bands, pages bright, no markings. Decorated dustjacket designed by Roberto de Vicq de Cumpitch with photograph by Pedro Lobo, spine heel rubbed, cover rubbed, front flap creased. Dippel examines the unsolved questions of the Holocaust is 'why so many German Jews remained in Germany. ' Some of the points considered-is that Hitler's Jewish policy during the 1930s did not clearly foreshadow the Final Solution, Jews expected to survive this period of German anti-Semitism as they had others, and those who tried to leave were denied immigration visas all over the world. (to our shame) John Dippel thinks that these are more ex post facto rationalizations than explanations. For his argument he examined diaries, letters, and other documents written before 1939 in an attempt to discover an answer uncolored by hindsight. This book's story is about six prominent figures in the German Jewish community who chose to stay on under the Nazis. In spite of their disparate lives, Dippel argues that these six shared a single passion: a deep and abiding love for their country. New York: Basic Books, 1996. 6.25in x 9.5in tall; xxx, 353pp. Indexed with Epilogue, Abbreviations, Notes and References.
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