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This Atlas presents, through 333 maps, each phase of Hitler’s war against the Jewish people, against all those with Jewish blood or of Jewish descent, wherever they could be found. It traces the German conquest of territory in which Jews had lived for centuries: the first random but brutal killings, the enforced expulsions of ancient communities, the setting up of ghettos, the deliberate starvation of tens of thousands, the round-ups and deportations, the creation and working of the death camps, the slave labour system, the death marches, and the executions up to the very moment of liberation. Text or photographs on each page add description to the maps; the volume includes a Bibliography and itemised Index.