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The Holocaust


Issue 7 of History in Focus: The Holocaust
What you'll find in this issue:
  • Websites: hand-chosen websites about the Holocaust, reviewed by the In Focus editorial team.
  • Book reviews: reviews of major books on the Holocaust by top academics in Holocaust Studies.
  • Bibliography: key books on the Holocaust, listed by publisher, with book summaries and links to publishers' pages.
  • Research: details of PhD theses about the Holocaust.
  • Archives: a specially-chosen list of archives on the Holocaust, with introductions written by the In Focus editorial team. Addresses, emails, opening hours and weblinks are given for each archive source.
  • Museums: major museums and exhibitions about the Holocaust, with introductions by the In Focus team. Admission fees, addresses, emails, opening hours and weblinks are given for each museum.
  • Debate: a specially commissioned article by Paul Salmons, Holocaust Education Co-ordinator at the Imperial War Museum. He looks at the role of artefacts in conveying the powerful and moving history of the Holocaust.

Don't forget: you can jump to other issues of In Focus by using the menu on the top right of The Holocaust pages.

Clockwork bear

A clockwork bear owned by Paul Sondhoff, a Jewish child from Vienna who was hidden by his piano teacher. See the article by Paul Salmons in the debate section.

Image copyright the Imperial War Museum.

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