The Holocaust is a subject of enormous historical importance. The murder of approximately 6 million Jews stands apart as a perhaps the most horrendous episode in world history. In this fresh introduction, McDonough examines the racial war-within-a-war, outlining controversies and examining how it has been popularised and institutionalised.
|Publication date:||28th October 2008|
|Author:||Frank McDonough, John Cochrane|
|Publisher:||Palgrave an imprint of Palgrave Macmillan|
|Categories:||European history, 20th century history: c 1900 to c 2000,|
FRANK MCDONOUGH is Reader in History at Liverpool John Moores University. He has written a number of successful book including The Origins of the First and Second World Wars (CUP, 1997), Neville Chamberlain, Appeasement and the British Road to War (MUP, 1998), Hitler and Nazi Germany (CUP, 1999), Conflict, Communism and Fascism: Europe, 1890-1945, (CUP, 2000), Opposition and Resistance in Nazi Germany, (CUP, 2001), Hitler, Chamberlain and Appeasement, (CUP, 2002) and Hitler and the Rise of the Nazi Party, (Longman, 2004. He has also appeared as an expert on BBC TV, ITV, CHANNEL 4, CHANNEL 5, and BBC RADIO 4, ABC TV (USA) AND DSF (Germany) and has written over 20 ...More About Frank McDonough, John Cochrane