The renowned author of The War Against the Jews sets out to solve a historiographical mystery. Why has the mass murder of European Jews been overlooked or trivialized by historians throughout the world? In a forceful, outspoken work, Lucy Dawidowicz looks for explanations.
Professor Dawidowicz’s work embodies high standards of scholarship. The analysis is shrewd and generally fair, and the comparisons often brilliantly perceptive… A valuable contribution to the literature of the Second World War and the Holocaust.
Ms. Dawidowicz is always incisive, sharp, analytical and honest… Her analysis especially of German historiography is fascinating.
Marshalling an impressive array of scholarship, [Dawidowicz] takes the reader through a careful examination of the writings about the holocaust in England and the US, Germany, the USSR, and Poland.