“***Winner of the 2019 Wolfson History Prize***
What makes the book distinctive is the second half: the way that she pursues what happened to victims and perpetrators in the years after 1945. She tells different stories: the story of the Federal Republic of Germany, and the story of the DDR, the German Democratic Republic, and the way in which reactions to the Holocaust contrasted in these settings and the reasons for that—the political configurations after 1945 and the Cold War.” Read more...
The Best History Books: the 2019 Wolfson Prize shortlist
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