Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p2006.
7 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 course guide (56 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.)
The Modern scholar
David Engel, lecturer.
Course guide includes bibliographic references and glossary.
Lectures that examine the encounter between Germany's Third Reich and the Jews of the twenty European countries that fell under Nazi domination between 1933 and 1945. The results of this encounter stretch human comprehension to the limit and raise frightening questions about the human condition.
Lecture 1. What is "The Holocaust" and what can be learned by studying its history? -- Lecture 2. The origins of a murderous idea -- Lecture 3. Why Germany? -- Lecture 4. From idea to action: the twisted road to Auschwitz -- Lecture 4. Facing persecution -- Lecture 6. The Ghetto regime -- Lecture 7. Killing begins -- Lecture 8. Organizing death -- Lecture 9. German successes and failures -- Lecture 10. Fighting death: The problem of consciousness -- Lecture 11. Strategies for living and dying -- Lecture 12. Their brothers' keepers -- Lecture 13. While six million died -- Lecture 14. The Holocaust and the modern condition.
1428117253 (course guide)
9781428117259 (course guide)
UC087 Recorded Books