One of the world's premier historians of the Holocaust evaluates accepted views of its history and meaning in this thoughtful book. Yehuda Bauer offers his own interpretation of why the Holocaust occurred and how another could be prevented. He offers fresh opinions on topics ranging from how Jews reacted to the murder campaign against them to the relationship between the Holocaust and the establishment of Israel.
In this original and compelling book Bauer considers all the major issues of Holocaust historiography. Everything Bauer touches he illuminates.