“No one has written more incisively about the dynamics and divergences of German and Jewish memory of the Third Reich than Saul Friedlander. His new book is a singularly important contribution to our understanding of the evolving memory of the Nazi period within German and Jewish historical consciousness.” —Alvin H. Rosenfeld
“. . . This volume is of importance not only for Holocaust research itself, but also for understanding German and Israeli societies.” —Bulletin of the Arnold and Leora Finkler Institute of the Holocaust Research
A world-famous scholar analyzes the historiography of the Nazi period, including conflicting interpretations of the Holocaust and the impact of German reunification.