An excellent choice for those who are not well acquainted with the subject or who need a concise synopsis; it will inspire readers to visit the museum and will enhance the experience of those who do.
Clear and well organized... This beautifully produced book is worth considering for purchase in all libraries.
A comprehensive coverage from before the war till the arrival of survivors in America... The book is excellent.
An outstanding memorial propelling its images beyond museum walls.
The photographs scattered throughout The World Must Know are sharp and clear and usually chilling... a book worthy of any good library.
An excellent introduction to the Holocaust... It belongs in all public, academic, school, and synagogue libraries.
The World Must Know is a skillfully organized and clearly told account of the German Holocaust that consumed, with unparalleled malevolence, six million Jews and millions of innocent others—Protestants, Catholics, Poles, Russians, Gypsies, the handicapped, and so many others, adults and children. This important book, a vital guide through the unique corridors of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC, merits the widest of audiences.
From the Museum Director
From the Founding Director
I. The Nazi Assault
II. The Holocaust
III. The Last Chapter
About the Museum