Zwarte aarde : geschiedenis van de Holocaust

Timothy Snyder (author), Bep Fontijn-Donatz (translator), Willem Van Paassen (translator)
De Holocaust staat gelijk aan de verschrikkelijke dood van miljoenen joden in de gaskamers. Maar nog voordat die gaskamers werden gebouwd, was het grootste deel van de Europese joodse bevolking al door de nazi’s gedood in de landen ten oosten van Duitsland. In Zwarte aarde geeft Timothy Snyder antwoord op de vraag wat Hitler beoogde met de bezetting van Polen, de Baltische staten en delen van de S
Title
Zwarte aarde : geschiedenis van de Holocaust
Author
Timothy Snyder
Translator
Bep Fontijn-Donatz Willem Van Paassen
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
Black earth
Publisher
Amsterdam: Ambo|Anthos, 2015
1 digitaal bestand
ISBN
9789026331329
Placing suggestion
928 (SISO) Kampen -Jodenvervolging (ZIZO)

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About Timothy Snyder

Timothy David Snyder (born August 18, 1969) is an American historian specializing in the modern history of Central and Eastern Europe, who is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He has written several books, including the best-sellers Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin and On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century. An expert on the Holocaust, Snyder is on the Committee on Conscience of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. He is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Early life and education

Snyder was born on August 18, 1969, in the Dayton, Ohio area, the son of Christine Hadley Snyder, a teacher, accountant, and homemaker, and Estel Eugene Snyder, a veterinarian. Snyder's parents were married in a Quaker ceremony in 1963 in Ohio, and his mother was active in preser…Read more on Wikipedia

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