Main Argument: The Holocaust: Memories And History

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Khiterer, Victoria. The Holocaust: memories and history. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014. Main Argument: The Holocaust: memories and history is a collection of seventeen articles about the holocaust and analyzing photos, literature, and films. Victoria Khiterer and two students go through these essays and documents to relive the holocaust and not let people of today forget about the horrors and the traumatization that the people went through in the concentration camps from the lies told about the gas chambers to teaching methods of how to get students and other people the real version of the holocaust. Relevant Historiography: Bloxham, Donald. Genocide on trial: War Crimes Trials and the Formation of Holocaust: History and Memory. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005. Acknowledgments: Gives credit to the authors of the essay and shares information of where they came from. Introduction: The introduction goes through the authors of the essays and gives a brief description of the chapters and who Victoria Khiterer is and her family history. Chapter One: Holocaust By Bullets And Extermination Camps: Each Chapter has multiple essays In the first chapter there are two different essays by Peter Black and Tomas Vojta on the different ways the Nazis used to Murder Jewish people. In the first essay Peter black goes into detail about the mass shootings and the use of gas chambers. He rejects the view that gas chambers were developed because they Nazis

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