About the Author


About the Author
  To my wife Julie
  Jack R. Fischel is emeritus professor of history at Millersville University in Pennsylvania. He is presently a visiting professor of the humanities at Messiah College in Grantham, Pennsylvania, where he teaches a course on the Holocaust. He has coedited Jewish American History and Culture: An Encyclopedia, which received the Association of Jewish Libraries award as the outstanding Judaica reference book of 1992, and The Encyclopedia of Jewish American Popular Culture (2009). He has coedited five volumes of the Holocaust Studies Annual and also written two books, The Holocaust (1998) and The Holocaust and Its Religious Impact (2004). Dr. Fischel has also contributed articles and reviews on the Holocaust to many publications, including Congress Monthly, Forward, Midstream, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Virginia Quarterly, The Weekly Standard, and other periodicals. He served for five years as the editor of Congress Monthly, the publication of the American Jewish Congress.

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