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Although there is an immense amount of literature on the 'Final Solution' - the Nazis' attempt to exterminate European Jews during the Second World War - many critical questions about the Holocaust still remain unaddressed. The authoritative essays in The Final Solution set out to clarify the reasons for the attempted genocide of the Jews, and to provide new answers to this period of history. The book draws on important new evidence, much of it from archives in Eastern Europe which have only recently become accessible. Contributors are among the leading experts in the field. The essays focus on the preconditions and antecedents for the Final Solution and the immediate origins of the decision to murder Europe's Jewish population. They consider, too, the impact of the German invasion of Russia in June 1941 on the evolution of a genocidal policy and the response of the peoples and governments in Germany, occupied Europe, the Free World and the Jewish communities under the Nazis and in the West. The results of this study are often controversial.
The essays challenge many accepted notions about the behaviour of the German Army, how much the Germans knew and the response of the non-Jewish population in Occupied Europe and the West. The Final Solution will be of great interest to students of modern European history. It will also make invaluable reading for anyone seeking to understand further this most tragic chapter of recent history.
Release date NZ
September 19th, 1996
Edited by David Cesarani
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