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Atlas of the Holocaust

by Martin Gilbert

Atlas of the Holocaust features 316 black-and-white maps showing “in chronological sequence, the destruction of each of the main Jewish communities of Europe, as well as acts of resistance and revolt, avenues of escape and rescue, and the fate of individuals.” Written by a preeminent historian (Gilbert has written several books on the Holocaust and is the official biographer of Churchill), the atlas presents a chilling portrait–using primarily maps rather than pictures — of one nation’s attempt to wipe out an entire people.


Freedom Writers


Shocked by the violence she witnessed during the Rodney King riots in Los Angeles, Erin Gruwell became a teacher at a high school rampant with hostility and racial intolerance. For many of these students, Gruwell was the first adult to treat them with dignity, believe in their potential, and help them see it themselves. Their loyalty towards their teacher and burning enthusiasm to end violence and intolerance became a force of its own. Inspired by reading The Diary of Anne Frank and meeting Zlata Filipovic (the eleven-year-old girl who wrote of her life in Sarajevo during the civil war), the students began a joint diary of their inner-city upbringings. Told through anonymous entries to protect their identities and allow for complete candor, The Freedom Writers Diary is filled with vignettes from 150 students who, like civil rights activist Rosa Parks and the Freedom Riders, heard society tell them where to go–and refused to listen.

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