Saul Friedlander

Saul Friedlander is an Israeli historian and professor emeritus of history at UCLA. He is a scholar of Nazi Germany and the Holocaust, and his work, which includes the comprehensive two-volume history 'Nazi Germany and the Jews,' has garnered critical acclaim and numerous awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction. Friedlander's personal experiences as a Jewish child during World War II have significantly influenced his approach to writing history, blending rigorous scholarship with a poignant narrative style.


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  1. 1. The Years of Extermination

    "The Years of Extermination" is a comprehensive historical analysis of the Holocaust, examining the genocide from 1939 to 1945. Drawing on a variety of sources, including diaries, letters, and firsthand accounts, it provides a detailed and harrowing account of the systematic extermination of the Jewish people during World War II. The book also explores the responses of various groups, including the Jewish communities in Europe, the international community, and the perpetrators themselves.

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