This volume provides an in-depth discussion of Saul Friedlanders landmark two-volume history of the Holocaust, Nazi Germany and the Jews. It brings together a range of internationally acclaimed historians to address the manifold conceptual and historiographical issues raised in Friedlanders monumental work. It includes a major essay by Friedlander himself on the challenges of producing an integrated history of the Holocaust. The aim of this book is not simply to evaluate Friedlanders work on its own merits, but rather to use his text as a means of exploring the contours and future of Holocaust historiography.

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