The World Must Know: The History of the Holocaust as Told in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Author: Michael Berenbaum
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC, honors the six million Jews and millions of other victims murdered by the Nazis during the Holocaust. The Museum is a memorial to the past and a living reminder of the moral obligations of societies and individuals. The World Must Know documents the compelling human stories of the Holocaust as told in the Museum's renowned main exhibition. This second edition is based on the substantive increase in knowledge of the Holocaust over the past dozen years and information from archives that had been inaccessible to researchers until after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the Communist regimes of Eastern and Central Europe.
This revised edition is enhanced with new insights and updates based on archival information that had been inaccessible to researchers until after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the Communist regimes of Eastern and Central Europe. It includes new photographs, redrawn charts, a new section on the Holocaust in Greece, an updated bibliography, and a new foreword by the Museum director.
Co-published in association with Johns Hopkins University Press
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