Holocaust: An End to Innocence
by Seymour Rossel
What separates The Holocaust from many other books on the same subject is the emphasis I place on the issues that the murder of six million Jews raises for all humankind. As a historical fact, the Holocaust continues to inform, to challenge, and to warn all intelligent beings of an evil that is not beyond human behavior.
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