Holocaust in American Life
Mr. Novick talked about his book, The Holocaust in American Life published by Houghton Mifflin. The book describes the phenomenon of silence about the Holocaust in the first few decades after World War II, followed by the Holocaust becoming a fundamental part of Jewish identity. Following his remarks Mr. Novick answered audience questions. close
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