Anatomy of a genocide the life and death of a town called buczacz by omer bartov tells of the violent history in a small polish town during world war ii when people who lived side by side their whole lives turned on one another mr bartov is an israeli scholars who went off to write a family history and stumbled onto something bigger. Based on thousands of documents rarely seen until now as well as hundreds of first person testimonies by victims perpetrators collaborators and rescuers his new book anatomy of a genocide the life and death of a town called buczacz was published by simon and schuster in january 2018. Anatomy of a genocide the life and death of a town called buczacz by omer bartov book review click to read the full review of anatomy of a genocide the life and death of a town called buczacz in new york journal of books review written by l ali khan. In snyders book both dictators are driving forces behind this violent dynamic of the 1930s and 1940s bartovs anatomy of a genocide with its intimate focus on buczacz is to date the most powerful and most convincing counter piece to snyders top down view not that stalin and hitler dont appear in bartovs book. Winston du the fratricidal genocide book anatomy of a genocide the life and death of a town called buczaczomer bartov new york ny simon schuster 2018 pp 398 a natomy of a genocide reading the title of historian omer bartovs latest work most readers may instinctively fill in the blanks for two important questions
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