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a revised retrospective on the Holocaust.
Rev. ed. Oxford, Pergamon
Press, 1988. 277 p.
E
v a n s
, E
l i
.
Judah P. Benjamin.
London, Collier Macmillan, 1988. 467
P-
F
r i e d h o f f
, H
e r m a n
R.
Requiem fo r the resistance: the civilian struggle
against Nazism in Holland and Germany.
London, Bloomsbury, 1988.
281 p.
G
a y
, P
e t e r
.
Freud: A life fo r our times.
London, Dent, 1988. 832 p.
G
e n e s e
, C
e c i l
.
The Holocaust: Who are the guilty?
Lewes, Book
G u i ld ,
1988. 343 p.
G
i l b e r t
, M
a r t i n
.
Atlas of the Holocaust.
2nd rev. ed. Oxford, Pergamon
Press, 1988. 256 p.
G
il l
, A
n t o n
.
The journey back from Hell: conversations with concentration
camp survivors.
London, Grafton, 1988. 494 p.
G
o l d m a n
, E
m m a
.
Living my life.
2 vols. London, Pluto Press, 1988.
544p; 512 p.
H
a n s e n
, P
h i l l i p
.
Hannah Arendt: history, politics and citizenship.
O x f o r d ,
P o l i t y P r e s s ,
1988. 220 p.
H
e r t z s t e in
, R
o b e r t
.
Waldheim: the missing years.
London, Grafton,
1988. 320 p.
H
ir s c h f e l d
, G
e r h a r d
.
Nazi rule and Dutch collaboration: the Netherlands
under German occupation 1940—1945.
Tr. by Louise Willmot. Ox­
ford, Berg, 1988. 360 p.
I
n s d o r f
, A
n n e t t e
.
Indelible shadows: film and the Holocaust.
2nd ed.
Cambridge, Cambridge Univ. Press, 1989. 260 p.
K
a p l a n
, Y
o s e f
.
From Christianity to Judaism: the story of Isaac Orobio de
Castro.
Oxford, Oxford Univ. Press, 1989. 544 p.
K
e r s h a w
, I
a n
.
The
‘Hitler myth’: image and reality in the Third Reich.
Ox­
ford, Oxford Univ. Press, 1989. 320 p. (new pbk. ed.)
K
i n d e r m a n n
, G
o t t f r i e d
-K
a r l
.
Hitler’s defeat in Austria, 1933 -1934 .
London, C. Hurst, 1988. 234 p.
K
u s h n e r
, T
o n y
.
The persistence of prejudice: antisemitism in British society
during the Second World War.
Manchester, Manchester Univ. Press,
1989^ 267 p.
L
e w i n
, A
b r a h a m
.
A cup of tears: a diary of the Warsaw Ghetto.
Edited
by Antony Polonsky. Tr. by Christopher Hutton, Oxford,
Blackwell in association with the Institute for Polish-Jewish Studies,
1988. 300 p.
L
i f t o n
, B
e t t y
J
e a n
.
The king o f the children: a biography offanusz Korczak.
London, Chatto & Windus, 1988. 404 p.
A Polish-Jewish doctor, writer and educator who accompanied
200 orphans on the train to Treblinka, where he perished with
them.
L
i t t l e
, P
a t
.
Simone Weil.
Oxford, Berg, 1988. 208
p .