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By Jane Shuter 7 7/8"x10 5/8" (56 Pages)Ages 12+ Publisher: Heinemann, 2003 Part of the "The Holocaust Series" series.
Life and Death in Hitler's Europe looks at the wider picture of life in Nazi-controlled Europe at a time when a person's nationality or religious, cultural, or political beliefs could mean imprisonment and even death. This book explains the impact of Nazi rule on every aspect of daily life, from work to leisure time, and looks at how the lives of men, women, and children were affected.
This book includes: first-hand accounts from people involved in the Holocaust; an in-depth study of a key topic mentioned in the book; detailed timeline to help place important events; photos, maps, documents; index; and a further reading and sources section.