“This War is the Great Racial War”
War and Holocaust in Europe
“This war is the great racial war”—Hermann Göring’s fighting words from October 1942 reflected the Nazi regime’s determined and mercilessly pursuit of the extermination of the European Jews—even if it led to their own demise.
Radical anti-Semitism and racial hatred, as this impressive study demonstrates, were the ideological driving forces behind the war policy of the Third Reich and led to an unprecedented escalation of violence. Based on Hitler’s professions in Mein Kampf, Birthe Kundrus illustrates the devastating effects of the Nazi expansionist drive and traces how the regime abandoned all humanitarian standards during the course of World War II.
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