A world-respected historian takes some of his jewish students to many of the sites associated with the Jewish experience during WWII.
Another great book that I bought myself second hand in one of our local second-hand bookstores. Great in detail but very very readable. Very personal storytelling, rather than just dry studious text.
Some of the stories he shares on now non-existant communities is heart-wrenching.
"The achievement of Gilbert's Holocaust Journey is to reduce to comprehensible, human terms, the scale of genocide that to many is still unimaginable."