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Yaron Pasher is a postdoctoral fellow at the International Institute for Holocaust Research Yad Vashem, Jerusalem, Israel.
"Pasher'ls work develops the fertile ground at the intersection of military history and Holocaust studies. Overlooked and understudied, this intersection shows the inseparability of the execution of military operations with the implementation of the Final Solution."--Army History"Pasher's work is a natural but innovative extension of previous studies that demonstrated the tension between ideology and economics within the Third Reich as SS planning for the implementation of the "Final Solution of the Jewish question" resulted in severe economic consequences for the overall German war effort."--H-Net Reviews "A compelling alternative to existing interpretations, one designed to compel interested observers to view the Final Solution as a factor in every military scenario."--Failure Magazine "Manages to successfully integrate the history of the Holocaust in military history of World War II and it is successful, more than previous attempts, in estimating the importance of ideology in the peculiarity of the conflict, especially at the Eastern front."--Revista Universitaria de Historia Militar "Pasher's carefully conceived study covers the critical issues in depth and within their broader wartime context and does so in a clear and convincing fashion. This is a book that should attract considerable favorable attention."--Gerhard L. Weinberg, author of A World at Arms: A Global History of World War II"This is an important book. His impressive and challenging work establishes once and for all the centrality of the Holocaust to German war policy."--Robert M. Citino, author of The Wehrmacht Retreats: Fighting a Lost War, 1943 "Pasher's masterful book makes an extremely important contribution to the study of World War II and the Holocaust."--Doris L. Bergen, author of War and Genocide: A Concise History of the Holocaust "Yaron Pasher has written a truly important work. After reading this book, no one will be able to deny that the Germans fought two wars, and the priority that Hitler and his ideological supporters gave to the racial war significantly hampered the German war effort."--Michael Berenbaum, Professor of Jewish Studies and Director of the Sigi Ziering Institute, American Jewish University