Robert H. Abzug

Biographer and Historian

America Views the Holocaust, 1933-1945

A collection of annotated documents that demonstrates and analyzes the variety and complexity of American understandings of what we now call the Holocaust, as it happened. The sources include newspaper and magazine accounts, diaries and letters, sermons, and radio broadcast transcripts.

Selected Works

Religion, History, American Studies
Edition of James's classic text that preserves its major ideas and most compelling examples in a length and form accessible to a wider student and lay reading audience.
History
Annotated documents demonstrating the variety of American understandings of Holocaust as it happened.
"The freshest, most elegantly phrased and profoundest reinterpretation of the American reform tradition in the last fifty years...." Bertram Wyatt-Brown
"A riveting study of soldiers who liberated the major concentration camps in Germany." American Historical Review
History Biography
An account of the life of Theodore Dwight Weld (1803-1895), one of the most important of American abolitionists.

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