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Historical Atlas of the Holocaust

To great critical acclaim, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum opened on the Mall in Washington, D.C., in the spring of 1993, with the purpose of educating the public to the atrocities committed by the Nazi regime during World War II against Jews and other victims. The Atlas presents the story of the Holocaust in all its specific geographical details - country by country, ghetto by ghetto, camp by camp, action by action. Through more than 230 full-color maps and accompanying text, the story of this tragic period of world history is made clear - from the location of the Jewish and Romani (Gypsy) communities in 1933 to the makeup of postwar Europe in 1949-50. The maps and the text explain the physical facts of the deportations, concentration camps, and the extermination of the victims of the Nazi state in Europe, from Germany and the western countries to Poland and the other areas in the east.

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  • "Contains 275 full-color maps that present a visual survey of the Holocaust; 120 in depth articles that place the maps in the appropriate historical context; over 500 historical photographs illustrating the geographic or thematic content of the maps and a glossary of terms, complete with audio pronunciation of each term."
  • "To great critical acclaim, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum opened on the Mall in Washington, D.C., in the spring of 1993, with the purpose of educating the public to the atrocities committed by the Nazi regime during World War II against Jews and other victims. The Atlas presents the story of the Holocaust in all its specific geographical details - country by country, ghetto by ghetto, camp by camp, action by action. Through more than 230 full-color maps and accompanying text, the story of this tragic period of world history is made clear - from the location of the Jewish and Romani (Gypsy) communities in 1933 to the makeup of postwar Europe in 1949-50. The maps and the text explain the physical facts of the deportations, concentration camps, and the extermination of the victims of the Nazi state in Europe, from Germany and the western countries to Poland and the other areas in the east."
  • "To great critical acclaim, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum opened on the Mall in Washington, D.C., in the spring of 1993, with the purpose of educating the public to the atrocities committed by the Nazi regime during World War II against Jews and other victims. The Atlas presents the story of the Holocaust in all its specific geographical details - country by country, ghetto by ghetto, camp by camp, action by action. Through more than 230 full-color maps and accompanying text, the story of this tragic period of world history is made clear - from the location of the Jewish and Romani (Gypsy) communities in 1933 to the makeup of postwar Europe in 1949-50. The maps and the text explain the physical facts of the deportations, concentration camps, and the extermination of the victims of the Nazi state in Europe, from Germany and the western countries to Poland and the other areas in the east."@en
  • "The atlas presents the story of the Holocaust in all its specific geographical Details-Country by country, ghetto by ghetto, camp by camp, action by action. more than 230 full-color maps and accompanying text."@en

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  • "Atlas historique"
  • "History"@en
  • "Atlas"
  • "Atlas (relié ou broché)"
  • "Atlases"@en
  • "Maps"@en
  • "Maps"
  • "Atlasy historyczne"

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  • "Historical Atlas of the Holocaust"@en
  • "Historical Atlas of the Holocaust"
  • "Historical atlas of the holocaust"
  • "Historical atlas of the Holocaust [computer file]"@en
  • "Historical atlas of the Holocaust"@en
  • "Historical atlas of the Holocaust"
  • "Historical atlas of the Holocaust : user's guide"@en