Soft covered book titled THE WORLD MUST KNOW The History of the Holocaust As Told In The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum by Michael Berenbaum, 1993, 240 pages.
Drawing on the Holocaust Memorial Museum's artifacts and its extensive eyewitness testimony collection, and including over 200 photographic images form the museum's archives, this book journeys back in time to a world where Jewish culture thrived in central Europe, and proceeds to the moment when the most unspeakable events in history occurred.
It documents the human stories of the Holocaust, from the families who received sudden orders to report to the train stations for "resettlement in the East" to the Nazi officials who determined who would live and who would die and to ordinary citizens. The powerful and provocative images tell of how and death - the grim reality of the ghettos and concentration camps, the cool efficient mobile killing units, as well as the brave and heart wrenching stories of resistance and rescue.
This book is in VG+ condition, pages clean and intact, and the binding is tight.