Beginnings, Mass Murder, and Aftermath of the Holocaust: Where History and Psychology Intersect
- Publish Date: 2001-05-23
- Binding: Hardcover
- Author: Norman Solkoff
Beginnings, Mass Murder, and Aftermath of the Holocaust attempts to sensitize individuals to the tragic results of a racist world outlook, as well as make clear to them how complicated are the series of steps that take the individual from the expression of racist sentiments and mild expressions of anti-Semitism to outright genocide. The text shows the complex ways in which politics, economics, culture, and social forces interacted with individual motivations to produce the Holocaust. A useful supplementary text for students in European History courses, students in Clinical and Social Psychology courses, and for students in Judaic Studies.