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The Yellow Star: The Persecution of the Jews in Europe, 1933-1945

Schoenberner, Gerhard, trans. by Susan Sweet

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ISBN 10: 0552081787 / ISBN 13: 9780552081788
Published by Corgi, London, 1969
Condition: fair, ex-lib.
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25 cm, 224, wraps, illus., bibliography, usual library markings. Includes "Epilogue for English Readers. " An account of the persecution of the Jews in Europe during the Nazi regime, illustrated with nearly 200 photographs from international archives, and supplemented with text, documents, and eyewitness testimonials. Revised & Enl. Edition. First Thus? Printing. Bookseller Inventory # 34526

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Title: The Yellow Star: The Persecution of the Jews...

Publisher: Corgi, London

Publication Date: 1969

Book Condition: fair, ex-lib.

Edition: 1st Edition

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Physical description; 224p. : ill., facsims., 1map, ports. ; 25cm. Subjects; Antisemitism - Europe - History. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Pictorial works. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Addresses, essays, lectures.

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Gerhard Schoenberner, born in 1931, was one of the first public figures in Germany to confront the truths about Nazi crimes. A well-known journalist, editor, and historian, he served as Director of the German Cultural Center in Tel Aviv and was appointed Founding Director of the Wannsee House in Berlin, which serves as the Holocaust Museum of Germany. He was also commissioned by the Berlin Senate to prepare the memorial and the permanent exhibition to the museum, which opened in 1992, on the 50th anniversary of the conference The Final Solution of the Jewish Question.Schoenberner was the first German to receive Oslo University's distinguished Leo Eitinger Prize, an award first bestowed on Elie Wiesel. He lives in Berlin, where he is active as a researcher, writer, and lecturer.

Michael Berenbaum was Project Director for the creation of the United States Holocaust Museum of the Smithsonian Institute and is currently Director of the Sigi Ziering Institute: Exploring the Ethical and Religious Implications of the holocaust, at the University of Judaism, Los Angeles.

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