The Holocaust Chronicle

by Marilyn J. Harran

Other authorsMarilyn J. Harran
Book, 2000



Call number

736 WEB



Lincolnwood, Ill. : Publications International, c2000.


Written and fact-checked by top scholars. Recounts the long, complex, anguishing story of the most terrible crime of the 20th century. Nearly 2,000 extraordinary photographs, many never before published. More than 2,000 captions and sidebars on the most significant Holocaust-related topics. The most thorough, detailed timeline about the Holocaust ever published. In-depth essays covering each year of the Holocaust, 1933 through 1946. An extensive prologue (1500 BCE to 1932) and epilogue (1947 to today) that discusses the buildup to and aftermath of the Holocaust.

User reviews

LibraryThing member Angelic55blonde
This is a great book to have in any collection. It was heavily researched with many photographs and documents that bring every month and year of the holocaust to life for the read. It is sad and heartbreaking but it is part of the world's history and it must be studied, and remembered, that way the
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same thing will not happen again.
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LibraryThing member meggyweg
This is an exquisite collection of Holocaust-related photographs. The old saying about a picture being worth a thousand words definitely applies here; this book gave me more of a sense of the Holocaust than all the reading I've done on the subject. In addition there is an excellent timeline of the
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Holocaust events. Highly recommended.
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LibraryThing member PastorBob
The horror of Antisemitism and the Holocaust, or Shoah, demands clear accounts be kept. By far one of the most complete and thorough texts, in word and picture, The Holocaust Chronicle records the events faithfully.
LibraryThing member Brightman
Comprehensive and well illustrated

Original publication date



0785329633 / 9780785329633

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