The Fallacy of race
and the shoah
Naomi Kramer and Ronald Headland approach the universal issues that inevitably arise in discussing the Holocaust — evil, courage, human dignity, moral responsibility and the existential qualities of humankind — through individual experience. Consisting of two main parts, the book explores one individual’s experience during the Shoah and the historical context in which these experiences occurred. It includes a comprehensive historical summary of the Shoah and represents a succinct synopsis of existing secondary literature and primary sources. A bibliography and extensive glossary of terms relating to both Jewish life and the Shoah are included.