One, By One, By One by Judith Miller
The Landmark Exploration of the Holocaust and the Uses of Memory

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Six million Jews died in Europe, and the Holocaust lives on in the minds of those individuals who survived the worst genocide the world has ever known. One, by One, by One is a masterwork--a stark and haunting exploration of how people rationalize history, how rationalization gives birth to lies, how the victims are blamed, and history's horrors are forgotten. "A tenacious quest for remembrance, for the content of concealed memory".--The New York Times.

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Published August 15, 1991 by Touchstone. 320 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, War. Non-fiction

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Miller examines the effects of Holocaust memories on six countries, finding that Germany's young generation feels anger and shame, while Austrians, Hitler's first enthusiastic allies, now paint themse

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