The Fallacy of Race and the Shoah
Naomi Kramer and Ronald Headland use the example of the individual to approach universal issues that inevitably arise in discussing the Holocaust-evil, courage, human dignity, moral responsibility, and the existential qualities of humankind. This book consists of two main sections-the first involves interpretation and reflections on the meaning of one individual's experiences during the Shoah. The second section sets forth the historical content in which these experiences occurred. It contains a comprehensive historical summary of the Shoah and represents a succinct synopsis of existing secondary literature and primary sources. A bibliography and extensive glossary of terms relating to both Jewish life and the Shoah are included.