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The dynamics of German industry : Germany's path toward the new economy and the American challenge

Auteur : Werner Abelshauser
Éditeur : New York : Berghahn Books, 2005.
Collection : Making sense of history, v. 6.
Édition/format :   Livre : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
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"The author, one of Germany's leading economic historians, analyzes the special features of the German path to the New Economy as it faces the American challenge. He paints a picture of Germany Inc. and looks at the durability of some of its structures and the mentalities that undergird it. He sees a "culture clash" and argues against an underestimation of the dynamics of the German industrial system. A book for all  Lire la suite...
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Format – détails additionnels : Online version:
Abelshauser, Werner.
Dynamics of German industry.
New York : Berghahn Books, 2005
(OCoLC)654220184
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Werner Abelshauser
ISBN : 184545071X 9781845450717 1845450728 9781845450724
Numéro OCLC : 57530039
Note sur la langue : Translated from the German by David R. Antal.
Description : vi, 168 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contenu : Prologue : The gray zones of the Holocaust / Jonathan Petropoulos and John K. Roth --
Ch. 1. ambiguities of evil and justice : Degussa, Robert Pross, and the Jewish slave laborers at Gleiwitz / Peter Hayes --
Ch. 2. "Alleviation" and "compliance" : the survival strategies of the Jewish leadership in the Wierzbnik Ghetto and the Starachowice factory slave labor camps / Christopher R. Browning --
Ch. 3. Between sanity and insanity : spheres of everyday life in the Auschwitz-Birkenau Sonderkommando / Gideon Greif --
Ch. 4. Sonderkommando : testimony from Evidence / Michael Berenbaum --
Ch. 5. commentary on "gray zones" in Raul Hilberg's work / Gerhard L. Weinberg --
Ch. 6. Incompleteness in Holocaust historiography / Raul Hilberg --
Ch. 7. Choiceless choices : surviving on false papers on the "Aryan" side / Robert Melson --
Ch. 8. "Who am I?" : the struggle for religious identity of Jewish children hidden by Christians during the Shoah / Eva Fleischner --
Ch. 9. Hitler's Jewish soldiers / Bryan Mark Rigg --
Ch. 10. gray zone among the field gray men : confusion in the discrimination against homosexuals in the Wehrmacht / Geoffrey J. Giles --
Ch. 11. Pleasure and evil : Christianity and the sexualization of Holocaust memory / Dagmar Herzog --
Ch. 12. gender of good and evil : women and Holocaust memory / Sara R. Horowitz --
Ch. 13. Hitler's "garden of Eden" in Ukraine : Nazi colonialism, Volksdeutsche, and the Holocaust, 1941-1944 / Wendy Lower --
Ch. 14. Life and death in the "gray zone" of Jewish ghettos in Nazi-occupied Europe : the unknown, the ambiguous, and the disappeared / Martin Dean --
Ch. 15. "Almost-camps" in Paris : the difficult description of three annexes of Drancy --
Austerlitz, Levitan, and Bassano, July 1943 to August 1944 / Jean-Marc Dreyfus --
Ch. 16. Alternate Holocausts and the mistrust of memory / Gavriel D. Rosenfeld --
Ch. 17. Laughter and heartache : the functions of humor in Holocaust tragedy / Lynn Rapaport --
Ch. 18. Holocaust in popular culture : master-narrative and counter-narratives in the gray zone / Ronald Smelser --
Ch. 19. grey zone : the cinema of choiceless choices / Lawrence Baron --
Ch. 20. Gray into black : the case of Mordecai Chaim Rumkowski / Richard L. Rubenstein --
Ch. 21. Catalyzing fascism : academic science in national socialist Germany and afterward / Jeffrey Lewis --
Ch. 22. Postwar justice and the treatment of Nazi assets / Jonathan Petropoulos --
Ch. 23. gray zones of Holocaust restitution : American justice and Holocaust morality / Michael J. Bazyler --
Ch. 24. creation of ethical "gray zones" in the German Protestant church : reflections on the historical quest for ethical clarity / Victoria J. Barnett --
Ch. 25. Gray-zoned ethics : morality's double binds during and after the Holocaust / John K. Roth --
Epilogue : an intense wish to understand / Jonathan Petropoulos and John K. Roth.
Titre de collection : Making sense of history, v. 6.
Responsabilité : Werner Abelshauser.

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"The author, one of Germany's leading economic historians, analyzes the special features of the German path to the New Economy as it faces the American challenge. He paints a picture of Germany Inc. and looks at the durability of some of its structures and the mentalities that undergird it. He sees a "culture clash" and argues against an underestimation of the dynamics of the German industrial system. A book for all interested in comparative economics and those who have been inclined to dismiss the German Model as outmoded and weak."--BOOK JACKET.

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