Just learned that Saul Friedlander has won the Pulitzer Prize for his magnificent work, The Years of Extermination, Nazi Germany and the Jews 1941-45.
A few hours ago I told the Wexner group that it was a magisterial work. I am delighted that the Pulitzer committee recognized the greatness of this work.
It's also nice to learn of this when one is at the site of this tragedy.
It's an overwhelming book, rich in information, beautifully written, and a synthesis of the research of others which is woven together with Friedlander's own insights.