Who Is Friedländer's Analysis?

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Regarding Friedländer’s piece as simply a historical account remains ineffective and inaccurate. His analysis provides the reader with a sense of public reaction, anti-semantic actions, as well as executed laws. He regards the Jewish population as victims, rather than highlighting their strength. German Jews and Polish Jews did not have identical experiences leading up to the Holocaust, although during the 1930s persecution became a prevalent notion. Waletzky’s film evokes a greater emotional response than Friedländer’s analysis through individual interviews and detailed descriptions. Unlike a typical factual account, the author’s interpretation draws evidence from a variety of sources such as individual stories and leader’s speeches. Whereas

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