29 July 2015
$10 GENERAL ENTRY
From January 1945, in the last months of the Third Reich, about 250,000 inmates of concentration camps perished on death marches and in countless incidents of mass slaughter. Professor Blatman draws on the testimonies of victims, perpetrators, and bystanders to unpick the complex picture of the last phase of the war and Nazi genocide.
Daniel Blatman is the Max and Rita Haber Professor in Contemporary Jewry and Holocaust Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Professor Blatman’s visit to Sydney is supported through a Sir Zelman Cowen Universities Fund Academic Exchange Fellowship.
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