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Series: Dimensions: A Journal of Holocaust Studies

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Switzerland's War: The Myth of Neutrality by Petropoulos Miller Cesarani, Wicker, Gies, Judt,2.1
Rescue of the Danish Jews: Moral Courage Under Stress by Leo Goldberger7.3
American and the Final Solution: Reexaminations; Holocaust Literature for Children and Teens by Gruber Feingold Breitman, Rushforth, Shawn, Gay8.2
Liberations, 1945 by Faust Ambrose Abzug, Hoban, Peck, Shawn, Foxman,9.1
The State of Holocaust Education by Halperin Miron Branczak, Langer, Shawn, Storr9.2
The Roosevelt Era: Defining America by Herzstein Dobkowski Dinnerstein, Marrus, O'Neill,10.1
The Empire of Technology: Science and the Third Reich by Kanigel Cassidy Beyerchen, Paul, Proctor, Slade,10.2
Nazism Now: The New Culture Wars by Shawn Rosen Friedman, Sklar, Slade, Sutherland, C11.2
Confronting the Holocaust at the Millenium by Seidelman Riemer Patterson, Sutherland, Miron13.1
The Best of Dimensions by Epstein DeLillo Barnett, Foxman, Hallie, Hoban, K14.1
Can the Arts Come to Terms with the Holocaust? by Schlant Sklar Ryback, Bohlman14.2
An American Perspective: The Holocaust in Religion, Politics, and Culture by Horowitz Petropoulos Boyer, Berenbaum, Schneider15.1

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