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The Forgotten Victims of the Holocaust

3.69 of 5 stars 3.69  ·  rating details  ·  13 ratings  ·  3 reviews
This new series delivers an original design, a high page count with larger print and a lower-reading level than Enslow's The Holocaust Remembered Series. This series is perfect for younger readers in upper elementary and middle schools and includes a wealth of photos. The material is clearly explained and approached with sensitivity. The graphics add a fuller dimension and ...more
Hardcover, 104 pages
Published June 1st 2003 by Enslow Publishers (first published 2003)
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This is a cut and dry, sobering look at those victims of the Holocaust that are sometimes overlooked in history books. It's very fact based with statistics and numbers that are mind-boggling. I knew that Poles, Gypsies, Homosexuals, Indians, and those deemed physically or mentally inferior were murdered but the staggering, mind numbing amount of humans that were tortured and murdered still shocks me even though I've been studying the Holocaust nearly my entire life. This is a middle grade to jun ...more
Kelsey Borchers
I choose this book as one of my informational books. The source is the textbook on page 298. This is definitely not a book for the faint of heart because it is nonfiction and gives a look inside the devastating massacre that took place during the Holocaust. This book gives an overview of the victims that one may not always remember, like the mentally handicapped and homosexuals. Basically, anyone who was different was not a part of the "Master Race" according to the master mind behind this movem ...more
This book is a great resource for preteen/teen readers who are interested in the history of the holocaust that's not mentioned as much in most Holocaust books. It covers different races and people that the Nazis went after. From Gypsie to Homosexuals, each type is described in nice detail chapter by chapter. Haunting photographs will showcase the terrible things that have happened in our history. A great resource book.
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