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Today in Tablet Magazine, books critic Adam Kirsch reviews Timothy Snyder’s new study, Bloodlands, which innovatively defines the Soviet and Nazi mass killings geographically and chronologically rather than ethnically—many, many millions, and not only Jews, were slaughtered between Germany and western Russia between 1933 and 1945—and thereby puts the Holocaust into a better context for us to understand it.

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