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Holocaust eminent scholar yehuda bauer traces the holocaust to its deepest roots by examining the history of the jews interaction with other cultures throughout history, a detailed portrait of the jewish. Yehuda bauer project gutenberg selfpublishing ebooks. History of antisemitism, the holocaust and survival. Bauer gives an overview of jewish history beginning 2000 years b. The holocaust in historical perspective yehuda bauer the holocaust in historical perspective yehuda bauer the holocaust in historical perspective yehuda bauer between 1941 and 1945, the nazi regime. Bauer is fluent in czech, slovak, german, hebrew, yiddish, english, french, and polish. Yehuda bauer has 38 books on goodreads with 1682 ratings. In this book, yehuda bauer, an internationally acclaimed holocaust historian, describes the destruction of small jewish townships, the shtetls, in what was the eastern part of poland by the nazis in 19411942.
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