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Belsen in history and memory

Author: Joanne Reilly; et al
Publisher: Portland, OR : F. Cass, 1997.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume presents the most authoritative recent scholarship on Belsen by British, American, German, French and Israeli historians.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joanne Reilly; et al
ISBN: 0714647675 9780714647678 0714643238 9780714643236
OCLC Number: 37725861
Notes: "This volume grew out of a conference on 'The liberation of Belsen' held in London on 9-10 April 1995"--Acknowledgements.
Description: 260 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Approaching Belsen: an introduction / Tony Kushner ... [et al.] --
Bergen-Belsen: from 'privileged' camp to death camp / Christine Lattek --
Himmler and Bergen-Belsen / Richard Breitman --
Jewish religious life in the concentration camp Bergen-Belsen / Thomas Rahe --
French internees and British liberators / Annette Wieviorka --
The British Army and the liberation of Bergen-Belsen April 1945 / Paul Kemp --
Cleaner, carer and occasional dance partner? writing women back into the liberation of Bergen-Belsen / Jo Reilly --
A community of survivors: Bergen-Belsen as a Jewish centre after 1945 / Hagit Lavsky --
The memory of Belsen / Tony Kushner --
Appendix: Belsen testimonies: the camp and its liberation.
Responsibility: edited by Jo Reilly ... [et al.].
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