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Who was responsible for the Holocaust?-History Extended Essay


would anyone be able to help me by mentioning some books they think would be good for critical reading and some primary and secondary sources?



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1. Langer, Lawrence L. Admitting the Holocaust: collected essays. 1995. New York: Oxford University Press.

2. Langer, Lawrence L. Holocaust testimonials: the ruins of memory. 1991. New Haven: Yale University Press.

3. Clendinnen, Inga. Reading the Holocaust. 1999. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press.

4. Zimmerman, John C. Holocaust denial: demographics, testimonies, and ideologies. 2000. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

5. Waxman, Zoë. Writing the Holocaust: Identity, Testimony. 2006. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press.

6. Alexander, Edward. The Holocaust and the War of Ideas 1936-. 1994. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers.

7. Wistrich, Robert Solomon. Holocaust denial: The Politics of Perfidy. 2012. Berlin; Boston: Jerusalem: De Gruyter: The Hebrew University Magnes Press.

8. Ezrahi, Sidrah. The Holocaust and the limits of representation. 1994. Jerusalem: ha-Universiṭah ha-ʻIvrit bi-Yerushalayim, ha-Faḳulṭah le-madaʻe ha-ruaḥ, ha-Makhon le-Yahadut zemanenu.

9. Levy, Daniel and Sznaider, Natan. The Holocaust and memory in the global age. 2006. Philadelphia: Temple University.

10. Langer, Lawrence L. Using and Abusing the Holocaust. 2006. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

11. Gerson, Judith Madeleine, 1949-, Wolf, Diane L. Sociology confronts the Holocaust: memories and identities in Jewish diasporas. 2007. Durham : Duke University Press.

12. Atkins, Stephen E. Holocaust denial as an international movement. 2009. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger Publishers.

13. Plunka, Gene A., 1949-. Staging Holocaust Resistance. 2012. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

14. Garbarini, Alexandra, 1973-. Numbered Days: Diaries and the Holocaust. 2006. New Haven: Yale University Press.

15. Epstein, Julia., Lefkovitz, Lori Hope, 1956-. Shaping losses: cultural memory and the Holocaust. 2001. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

16. Patterson, David, 1948-. Sun turned to darkness: memory and recovery in the Holocaust memoir. 1998. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press.

17. Diner, Dan, 1946-. Beyond the conceivable: studies on Germany, Nazism, and the Holocaust. 2000. Berkley, California: University of California Press.

18. Bernard-Donals, Michael F. Between witness and testimony: the Holocaust and the limits of representation. 2001. Albany: State University of New York Press.

19. Schlant, Ernestine. The language of silence: West German literature and the Holocaust. 1999. New York; London: Routledge.

20. Glowacka, Dorota, 1960-. Disappearing traces: Holocaust testimonials, ethics, and aesthetics. 2012. Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press.

21. Sundquist, Eric J. Strangers in the land: Blacks, Jews, post-Holocaust America. 2005. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.

22. Insana, Lina N., 1970-. Arduous tasks: Primo Levi, translation, and the transmission of Holocaust testimony. 2009. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

23. Rosen, Alan. The wonder of their voices the 1946 Holocaust interviews of David Boder. 2011. New York; Oxford: Oxford University Press.

24. Jockusch, Laura. Collect and record! Jewish Holocaust documentation in early postwar Europe. 2012. New York: Oxford University Press.

25. Sicher, Efraim. Breaking crystal: writing and memory after Auschwitz. 1998. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

26. LaCapra, Dominick, 1939-. Writing history, writing trauma. 2001. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

26. Rosenberg, Alan, 1939-, Watson, James R., Linke, Detlef, 1945-. Contemporary portrayals of Auschwitz: philosophical challenges. 2000. Amherst, NY: Humanity Books.

27. Agamben, Giorgio, 1942- (translated by: Heller-Roazen, Daniel). Remnants of Auschwitz: the witness and the archive. 2002. New York: Zone Books.

28. Rosenfeld, Alvin H., 1938-. Imagining Hitler. 1985. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

29. Benz, Wolfgang. The Holocaust: a German historian examines the genocide. 1999. New York: Columbia University Press.

30. San José Conferences on the Holocaust, Friedlander, Henry, 1930-2012., Milton, Sybil., National Conference of Christians and Jews. The Holocaust: ideology, bureaucracy, and genocide. 1980. Millwood, N.Y: Kraus International Publications.

31. Wolfe, Robert, 1921-, Gwiazda, Henry J., United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Holocaust: the documentary evidence. 1993. Washington, DC : National Archives and Records Administration.

32. Engel, David. The Holocaust: the Third Reich and the Jews. 1999. Harlow; New York: Longman.

33. Bartov, Omer. Holocaust: origins, implementation, aftermath. 2000. New York: Routledge.

34. Debórah Dwork & Robert Jan van Pelt. Holocaust: A History. 2002. New York: Norton.

35. Cesarani, David. Holocaust: critical concepts in historical studies. 2004. New York: Routledge.

36. Bloxham, Donald and Kushner, Tony. The Holocaust: critical historical approaches. 2005. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

37. Longerich, Peter. Holocaust: the Nazi persecution and murder of the Jews. 2010. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

38. Lessons & Legacies Conference., Smelser, Ronald M., 1942-, Holocaust Educational Foundation. Lessons and legacies. V, The Holocaust and justice. 2002. Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press.

39. Dawidowicz, Lucy S. The holocaust and the historians. 1981. Cambridge, Mass.; London: Harvard University Press.

40. Tory, Avraham. Surviving the holocaust: the Kovno ghetto diary. 1999. London: Harvard University Press.

41. Bridgman, Jon. The end of the Holocaust: the liberation of the camps. 1990. London: Batsford.

42. Bauman, Zygmunt, 1925-. Modernity and the Holocaust. 1989. Cambridge: Polity Press.

43. Marrus, Michael Robert. The Holocaust in History. 1987. Hanover, N.H.: Published for Brandeis University Press by University Press of New England.

44. Francq, H. G., 1904-. Hitler's holocaust: a fact of history. 1986. Vancouver: New Star Books.

45. Zuccotti, Susan, 1940-. The Italians and the Holocaust: persecution, rescue and survival. 1987. London: Halban.

46. Cohen, Asher, 1936-1996., Gelber, Yoav., Wardi, Charlotte., Strochlitz Institute of Holocaust Studies., Strochlitz Institute of Holocaust Studies Congress. Comprehending the holocaust: historical and literary research. 1988. Frankfurt am Main: Lang.

47. Berenbaum, Michael, 1945-, Peck, Abraham J., United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. The Holocaust and history: the known, the unknown, the disputed, and the reexamined. 1998. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

48. Cohn-Sherbok, Dan. Understanding the Holocaust: An Introduction. 1999. London; New York: Cassell.

49. Bauer, Yehuda. Rethinking the Holocaust. 2001. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

50. Engelking-Boni, Barbara, 1962-. Holocaust and memory: the experience of the Holocaust and its consequences, an investigation based on personal narratives. 2001. London, New York: Leicester University Press in association with the European Jewish Publication Society.

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