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Distributed for Imperial War Museums

The Holocaust

A reexamination of the narrative of genocide.

Personal stories help audiences consider the cause, course, and consequences of this seminal period in world history. In The Holocaust, historian James Bulgin presents a wealth of archival material—including emotive objects, newly commissioned photography, and previously unpublished personal testimony from those who were there—to examine the role of ideology and individual decision-making in the course of World War II and the Holocaust.

The book is published to coincide with the opening of Imperial War Museums’s groundbreaking new Second World War and Holocaust Galleries.

192 pages | 150 color plates | 7 3/4 x 9 1/4

History: General History, Military History

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