This interdisciplinary collection of primary and secondary readings encourages scholars and students to engage critically with current debates about the origins, implementation and postwar interpretation of the Holocaust.
- Interdisciplinary content encourages students to engage with philosophical, political, cultural and literary debate as well as historiographical issues.
- Integrates oral histories and testimonies from both victims and perpetrators, including Jewish council leaders, victims of ghettos and camps, SS officials and German soldiers.
- Subsections can be used as the basis for oral or written exercises.
- Whole articles or substantial extracts are included wherever possible.