The story of the Jewish catastrophe from 1933 to 1945 as told by historian Raul Hilberg. The book reads like great fiction but is non-fiction and the tragedy unfolds as lived by those in the groups of the titles: perpetrators, victims, and bystanders. What did they do or not do and why? How did they live during the war? What happened to them?
Raul Hilberg is a highly respected scholar and historian. What makes this book so compelling is the way he juxtaposes the lives of the three title groups to show how ordinary people participated in the carrying out of a genocidal project.
Stated first edition, first printing. Publisher is Harper Collins, copyright 1992. The book has 340 pages including index. Both hard cover book and dust jacket are in fine condition. Not remaindered, not price clipped. ISBN 0-06-019035-3.
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