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The holocaust and history : the known, the unknown, the disputed and the reexamined

Author: Michael Berenbaum; Abraham Joseph Peck; United States Holocaust memorial museum.
Publisher: Washington (D. C.) : United States holocaust memorial museum ; Bloomington (Ind.) ; Indianapolis (Ind.) : Indiana university press, cop. 1998.
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Talks about Holocaust. This work covers such topics as Nazi politics, racial ideology, leadership, and bureaucracy; the phases of the Holocaust from definition to expropriation, ghettoization,  Read more...

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Genre/Form: [congrès]
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Berenbaum; Abraham Joseph Peck; United States Holocaust memorial museum.
ISBN: 0253333741 9780253333742
OCLC Number: 468437162
Notes: Extrait d'un congrès organisé par le "United States holocaust memorial museum"
Notes bibliogr. Index.
Description: XV-836 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Preface Acknowledgments by Michael Berenbaum and Abraham Peck Part 1: Probing the Holocaust: Where We Are, Where We Need to Go 1. Sources and Their Uses Raul Hilberg 2. A Past that Will not Go Away Yehuda Bauer 3. The Holocaust: Where We Are, Where We Need to Go Eberhard Juckel 4. The Holocaust: Where We Are, Where We Need to Go: A Comment Michael R. Marrus Part 2: Antisemitism and Racism as Factors in Nazi Ideology 5. The Use of Antisemitism in Nazi Wartime Propaganda David Bankier 6. The Holocaust: A Very Particular Racism Steven Katz 7. Antisemitism and Racism in Nazi-Ideology Walter Zwi Bacharach 8. Antisemitism, the Holocaust and Reinterpretations of National Socialism Omer Bartov Part 3: The Politics of Racial Health and Science 9. Human Genetics and the Mass Murder of Jews, Gypsies and Others Benno M ller-Hill 10. From Colonial Racism to Nazi Population Policy: The Role of the So-Called Mischlinge Annegret Ehmann 11. The Cooperation of German Racial Hygienists and American Eugenicists Before and After 1933 Stefan Kohl Part 4: The Nazi State: Leadership and Bureaucracy 12. Executive Instinct: Reinhard Heydrich and the Planning for the Final Solution Charles W. Sydnor, Jr. 13. Plans for the Final Solution in Early 1941 Richard Breitman 14. State Policy and Corporate Involvement in the Holocaust Peter Hayes 15. The Civil Service and the Implementation of the Holocaust: From Passive to Active Complicity Hans Mommsen 16. The Other Crimes of Adolf Hitler Franklin Littell Part 5: "Ordinary Men": The Socio-Political Background 17. The T4 Killers: Berlin, Lublin, San Sabba Henry Friedlander 18. Ordinary Germans or Ordinary Men? A Reply to the Critics Christopher Browning 19. Complicity or Entanglement? Wehrmacht, War and Holocaust Jorgen Furster 20. The Amsterdam Police and the Persecution of the Jews Guus Meershoek 21. Ordinary Men or Ordinary Germans? Daniel Goldhagen Part 6: Multiple Voices: Ideology, Exclusion, and Coercion 22. Neglected Holocaust Victims: The Mischlinge, the Judischversippte, and the Gypsies John Grenville 23. Slapping Up Spastics Hugh Gregory Gallagher 24. Final Solution of the Homosexual Question? The Anti-Homosexual Policies of the Nazis and the Social Consequences for Homosexual Men Gunter Grau 25. The Pink Triangle: Homosexuals as "Enemies of the State" Rudiger Lautmann 26. The Black Experience During the Holocaust Robert Kesting Part 7: Concentration Camps 27. Auschwitz: From Architect's Promise to Inmate's Perdition Robert-Jan van Pelt 28. Auschwitz Concentration Camp: Its Places and Significance in the Structure of the Nazi System of Terror and Genocide, and in the Economy of the Third Reich Franciszek Piper 29. Antechamber to Birkenau: The Zigeunerlager after 1933 Sybil Milton 30. Concentration Camps and the Non-Jewish Environment Edith Raim 31. Places Far Away, Places Very Near: Mauthausen, the Camps of the Shoah, and the Bystanders Gordon J. Horwitz Part 8: The Axis, the Allies, and the Neutrals (vis-a-vis the Final Solution) 32. The Holocaust in Hungary: A Retrospective Analysis Randolph Braham 33. The Holocaust in Italy: Problems of Research Meir Michaelis 34. Antonescu and the Jews Jean Ancel 35. The Allies and the Holocaust Gerhard Weinberg 36. British Responses to the Plight of Jews in Europe, 1933-1945 Louise London 37. Bureaucracy, Resistance, and the Holocaust: Understanding the Success of Swedish Diplomacy in Budapest, 1944-1945 Paul Levine 38. A Catholic Response to the Holocaust: Institutional Perspectives John T. Pawlikowski 39. The Ecclesiastical Final Solution: The German Christian Movement and the Anti-Jewish Church Doris L. Bergen Part 9: Jewish Leadership, Jewish Resistance 40. The Armed Jewish Resistance in Eastern Europe: Its Unique Conditions and its Relations with the Jewish Councils (Judenrate) in the Ghettos Yitzhak Arad 41. Remembering and Invoking 1789 during the Holocaust: The Trials and Tribulations of French Jews Richard Cohen 42. Czech and Slovak Wartime Jewish Leadership: Variants in Strategy and Tactics Livia Rothkirchen 43. The Jewish Underground Press in France Against the Nazi Secret of the "Final Solution" Adam Rayski Part 10: The Rescuers 44. Reflections on Rescuers Nechama Tec 45. Rescuers of Jews During the Holocaust: A Portrait of Moral Courage Samuel Oliner 46. The Rescuer Self Eva Fogelman Part 11: The Survivor Experience 47. We're on Our Way, but Not in the Wilderness Jacqueline Giere 48. Transient Communities: Prospects for Future Research on Jewish DPs and Refugees in Austria Thomas Albrich 49. From Illegal Immigrants to New Immigrants: The Cyprus Detainees - 1946-1949 Dalia Ofer 50. Against All Odds: Survivors of the Holocaust and the American Experience William Helmreich 51. Holocaust Survivors in Past and Present Leo Eitinger 52. Surviving the Holocaust: The Situation in France Susan Zuccotti 53. A Lucky Few: Refugees in Turkey Mark Epstein Part 12: Defining the Place of Survivors in History 54. History, Memory, and Truth: Defining the Place of the Survivor Dori Laub 55. Texts and Subtexts in Holocaust Testimonies Lawrence Langer 56. Israeli Society, the Jews of Europe, and Holocaust Survivors - Recent Changes in Attitude Dina Porat Contributors Index
Responsibility: ed. by Michael Berenbaum and Abraham J. Peck.
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