The Last Ghetto: An Everyday History of Theresienstadt Oxford University Press

The Last Ghetto: An Everyday History of Theresienstadt

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The Last Ghetto: An Everyday History of Theresienstadt
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Oxford University Press
Anna Hájková's The Last Ghetto is the first in-depth analytical history of a prison society during the holocaust. Hájková argues that such prison societies which developed during the holocaust are best understood as simply other instances of the societies human beings create under normal circumstances. Challenging conventional claims of holocaust exceptionalism, Hájková insists instead that we ought to view the Holocaust with the same analytical tools as other historical events.   

Anna Hájková's The Last Ghetto is the first in-depth analytical history of a prison society during the holocaust. Hájková argues that such prison societies which developed during the holocaust are best understood as simply other instances of the societies human beings create under normal circumstances. Challenging conventional claims of holocaust exceptionalism, Hájková insists instead that we ought to view the Holocaust with the same analytical tools as other historical events.   

Anna Hájková's The Last Ghetto is the first in-depth analytical history of a prison society during the holocaust. Hájková argues that such prison societies which developed during the holocaust are best understood as simply other instances of the societies human beings create under normal circumstances. Challenging conventional claims of holocaust exceptionalism, Hájková insists instead that we ought to view the Holocaust with the same analytical tools as other historical events.