Lest We Forget - A History of the Holocaust



Lest We Forget: A History of the Holocaust is a powerful testimony to an event in history which cannot be comprehended but must be retold.

Rare archival film footage, historical speeches, original music and documentary photographs elicit powerful emotions which writing alone cannot achieve. Combined with an original text which provides a thorough historical perspective, this exceptionally moving and thoughtful work on the subject of the Holocaust is a poignant contribution to a story which must be remembered.

This interactive history provides countless possibilities for exploration of the subject. The Table of Contents lists the chapters, topics and subtopics which include the following features:


REVIEW EXTRACT: "The best CD-ROMs suspend information in a 3-D environment"
Detroit Free Press, November 13, 1996, by David Lyman and David Crumm

"...Multimedia programmers love bright colors, but the team of Belgian designers that created "Lest We Forget: A History of the Holocaust" (Logos, $59.95) chose a stark, steel-gray palette that was perfect for their chilling subject. Instead of unfolding in discreet windows, "Lest We Forget" builds collages of images that make disturbing contrasts between Nazis and their victims. Finally, the soundtrack itself becomes a collage of conflicting sounds. The result: We feel the fear, the hatred, the danger and the sorrow of the Holocaust."


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