"The War Against the Jews"
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The paper shows that over a quarter of a century ago after it was written, Dawidowicz's "The War Against the Jews" remains a seminal work exploring how a modern, industrial country like Germany could support and enact a policy of race-based genocide and murder. Dawidowicz also sets out to explain how the Jews responded as a people to these attacks against their rights and later, their very lives.
From the Paper:"Dawidowicz further writes about the limited options of many Judenrat officials, who were forced to comply in the face of an impossible situation. By this stage of the war, the Nazi-dominated Germany had amassed enough power to coerce Jewish leaders into doing as they were told. Faced with death or the destruction of their entire community, many Judenrat officials were thus forced into leading their populace to the annihilation camps."
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