Holocaust: An End to Innocence
by Seymour Rossel
What separates The Holocaust from many other books on the same subject is the emphasis I place on the issues that the murder of six million Jews raises for all humankind. As a historical fact, the Holocaust continues to inform, to challenge, and to warn all intelligent beings of an evil that is not beyond human behavior.
Home page url
Download or read it online for free here:
by Priscilla Robertson - Princeton University Press
There must have been over 50 revolutions in Europe in 1848, including those in the German, Italian and Austrian provinces. This book is a social history, its aim is to show how people lived 150 years ago rather than to describe other factors.
by William Hickling Prescott - eBooks@Adelaide
This book was a pioneering view of the Aztec civilization. The story of the life of Hernando Cortes, the Conqueror and the tragic story of Montezuma the Aztec king are essential to this history. Prescott is among the finest of English prose stylists.
by J. M. Robertson - Watts & Co.
Robertson was an advocate of the Jesus-Myth theory, and he argued against the historicity of Jesus. According to Robertson, the character of Jesus in the New Testament developed from a Jewish cult of Joshua, whom he identifies as a solar deity.
by Kiron K. Skinner - Hoover Institution Press
The authors examine the end of detente and the new phase of the cold war in the 1980s, Reagan's radical new strategies, the peaceful revolutions in Poland and Hungary, the reunification of Germany, contributions of Gorbachev and Yeltsin, and more.