Macmillan's 1991 Dartmouth Medal-winning Encyclopedia of the Holocaust set the standard for general reference encyclopedias on the subject. Learning About the Holocaust offers the same scholarship written at a level appropriate for high school, where the Holocaust is now a part of virtually every history curriculum. Articles in this 4-vol. set have been rewritten at 9th and 10th grade reading levels, and many new features have been added to enhance the text, including diary entries and stories about young people who lived during the Holocaust. Related source lists include books, magazines, movies and Web sites.
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"The editor of this set deserves a medal for taking a major work last published in 1991 and editing, adding and shaping it into a format that is useable by high school students. The page layouts are very attractive with lots of white space, marginal notes, diagrams and decorative elements. Maps and photos, along with easily readable text, attract readers in search of material that can be trusted."
-- Blanche and David's Reference for Students (May 2001)
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