Lawrence L. Langer

Cataloguing the 'Missed Destiny of Death'

By Lawrence L. Langer

Cataloguing the 'Missed Destiny of Death'
The second volume of a Holocaust encyclopedia provides a comprehensive examination of the Nazi killing machine in Occupied Eastern Europe.Read More

The Erosion of the Holocaust

By Lawrence L. Langer

The Erosion of the Holocaust
In his new book, Alvin Rosenfeld argues that “the end of the Holocaust” is coming into view, and that today’s Jews are learning less about about the destruction of European Jewry.Read More

Notes From Underground

By Lawrence L. Langer

Journey Through the Inferno By Adam Boren Unites States Holocaust Memorial

Museum, 200 pages, $15.95.

Yesterday: My Story By Hadassah Rosensaft United States Holocaust Memorial

Museum, 207 pages, $15.95. * * *A principal value of Holocaust survivor memoirs is that they focus on the victim as subject rather than object.Read More

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