By Morton Benson
Данный словарь - переиздание в СССР словаря, впервые выпущенного в 1986 г. издательством "Джон Бенджамине Паблишинг Компани" (Амстердам-Филадельфия). Это первый большой словарь словосочетаний современного английского языка. Словарь содержит около 14 тыс. слов и более seventy five тыс. грамматических и лексических словосочетаний английского языка. Порядок следования словосочетаний отвечает современным требованиям методики преподавания английского языка. Словарь предназначен для специалистов в области английского языка, преподавателей английского языка высших учебных заведений, студентов, переводчиков. Распространяется только на территории СССР.
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Yet, at the time, even Jewish leaders were divided on the merits of such an action, and many of them subscribed to the strategy that the best way to save the lives of the Jews in the death camps was through a speedy victory over Germany. We still are unclear about the reasons for the silence of the churches or even how to interpret that silence. It may be that, with the exception of the Quakers, every Christian denomination under German occupation sought to protect its own. It is clear that the law of self-preservation rather than self-sacrifice informed the reaction of the churches to the extermination of the Jews.
AHMADINEJAD, MAHMOUD (1956– ). Elected president of Iran in 2005, Ahmadinejad is widely regarded as an advocate of Holocaust denial. ” He also criticized those European countries, such as Germany, that made laws against Holocaust denial. ” He went on to argue that “most” scholars who recognized the existence of the Holocaust are “politically motivated . . ” In August 2006, in a letter to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Ahmadinejad expressed his belief that the Holocaust may have been invented by the Allied powers to embarrass Germany.
Both schemes sought to remove the Jews under its control and move them beyond German-occupied territory. The implementation of either plan, however, would xxxiv • INTRODUCTION have removed Jews to areas whose economic infrastructure was incapable of absorbing such large numbers. The Nazis were aware of the severity of their solution, but the expectation was that once resettled, the Jews would slowly die of hunger and illness. The failure of both of these schemes to materialize led to the second phase of Nazi policy toward the Jews, which was characterized by the wholesale murder of millions of civilians.