"A Comparison of Tennessee's Holocaust Memorials" (October 2015) waspresented at the 12th International Holocaust Studies Conference, October 21-23, 2015, at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, TN.

"War and Holocaust" (November 2005) is a brief historiographical essay about works on the Holocaust that show the Third Reich's use of war as an instrument for genocide.

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Studies about the Holocaust are immense, and the literature continues to grow year by year.  The file below (October 2015) is just a sampling of resources for further exploration and study.

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Photos on the right from Barbara Distel and Ruth Jakusch, eds., Concentration Camp Dachau: 1933-1945, 13th edition, translated by Jennifer Vernon (Munich, GE: Comite International de Dachau, 1978), 190, 204, 211.

Bergen-Belsen

 

 Starving Children in the Ghetto

 

Liberation of the Concentration Camps

 

 

Photos on the right from Barbara Distel and Ruth Jakusch, eds., Concentration Camp Dachau: 1933-1945, 13th edition, translated by Jennifer Vernon (Munich, GE: Comite International de Dachau, 1978), 187.

Deportation to the Concentration Camps

 

 

Paintings on the right from "Section VI: Painters of Terezin" in Lawrence L. Langer, Art from the Ashes: A Holocaust Anthology (Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 1995), 663-694.

View of Terezin (1943) by Karel Fleischmann

 

Registration for Transport (1943) by Karel Fleischmann

 

Leaving Transport (1943-1944) by Fritta (Fritz Taussig)

 

 

Illustrations on the right from Omer Bartov, Mirrors of Destruction: War, Genocide, and Modern Identity (Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2000), 113, 145.

"Fragments of identity.  The secret synagogue in the ghetto of Terezin (Theresienstadt), Czech Republic.  'Know before whom you stand.'  Other Hebrew inscriptions call upon God to 'relent from Thy wrath' and declare that 'He has not yet forgotten us.'"

 

"The competition of victims.  Cross as monument to the victims of the Little Fortress in Terezin (Theresienstadt), Czech Republic.  Note the smaller Star of David in the background (left).  Jews were the majority of victims in this camp."

 

 Horror: Children in the Gas, Auschwitz-Birkenau, 1944, Pitt-crayon, 52 x 73.5 cm

from Gyorgy Kadar, The Haunted Imagination: New Holocaust Images by Gyorgy Kadar, Exhibit Catalog of the Vanderbilt University Holocaust Art Collection,

JoEl Logiudice, Curator, Michele Douglas, Editor (Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University, 1990), 49.

 

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