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After Eichmann : collective memory and the Holocaust since 1961

Author: David Cesarani
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2005.
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In 1961 Adolf Eichmann went on trial in Jerusalem for his part in the Nazi persecution and mass murder of Europe's Jews. This volume, a special issue of "The Journal of Israeli History", brings  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Cesarani
ISBN: 0415360153 9780415360159
OCLC Number: 57007012
Notes: Includes index.
Special issue of the Journal of Israeli History.
Description: ix, 172 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction / David Cesarani --
Before the Eichmann trial --
The Eichmann trial and its impact --
After Eichmann --
The Eichmann Trial: Changing perspectives / Anita Shapira --
Politics and Memory in West and East Germany since 1961 and in Unified Germany since 1990 / Jeffrey Herf --
Between Collective Memory and Manipulation: The Holocaust, Wagner and the Israelis / Na'ama Sheffi --
Holocaust Controversies in the 1990s: The Revenge of History or the History of Revenge? / David Cesarani --
The Impact of the "Eichmann Event" in Italy, 1961 / Manuela Consonni --
The Representation of the Holocaust in the Arab World / Meir Litvak, Esther Webman --
Justification of the Holocaust --
Denial --
Alleged Zionist-Nazi collaboration --
The new approach --
Too Little, Too Late? Reflections on Britain's Holocaust Memorial Day / Tony Kushner --
Memory contexts --
The memory of survivors --
Survivors and British immigration policy --
Nativization and Nationalization: A Comparative Landscape Study of Holocaust Museums in Israel, the US and the UK / Tim Cole --
Siting the Holocaust --
Journeying through the Holocaust --
Nativization and nationalization --
The Depiction of the Holocaust at the Imperial War Museum since 1961 / Suzanne Bardgett --
Looking into the Mirrors of Evil / James E. Young.
Other Titles: Journal of Israeli history.
Responsibility: edited by David Cesarani.
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