The Politics of Genocide - The Holocaust in Hungary
The third revised and updated edition of this comprehensive two-volume history by one of the world's leading experts on the Holocaust provides unparalleled perspective on the destruction of Hungarian Jewry during the Nazi era. A critical component of any collection on the Holocaust, this work not only provides a detailed chronicle of the complex domestic and international developments that led to one of World War II's darkest events but also works as a complete reference of maps, dates, people, and other essential, hard-to-find materials. This edition identifies and analyzes within Hungarian history, world history, and international politics the historical, political, ideological, and socioeconomic factors that shaped the attitudes and policies of the Holocaust's main players. An exhaustive resource of everything we now know, The Politics of Genocide is essential reading for a richer understanding of this atrocity and its legacy.