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The Holocaust : ideology, bureaucracy, and genocide : the San Jose papers

Author: Henry Friedlander; Sybil Milton; National Conference of Christians and Jews.
Publisher: Millwood, N.Y. : Kraus International Publications, ©1980.
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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San José Conferences on the Holocaust (1977-1978).
Holocaust.
Millwood, N.Y. : Kraus International Publications, ©1980
(OCoLC)644258468
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Friedlander; Sybil Milton; National Conference of Christians and Jews.
ISBN: 0527638072 9780527638078
OCLC Number: 6421172
Notes: Conferences sponsored by the National Conference of Christians and Jews.
Description: vii, 361 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: I. Before the Holocaust --
Pagan and early Christian anti-semitism / David Winston --
Medieval anti-semitism / Gavin I. Langmuir --
Modern anti-semitism / Eugen Weber --
The perversion of ideas in Weimar universities / Fritz K. Ringer --
The corruption of public life in Weimar Germany --
The German Jews, 1933-1939 / Werner T. Angress --
II. The setting of the Holocaust --
The anatomy of the Holocaust / Raul Hilberg --
The significance of the Holocaust / Raul Hilberg --
The manipulation of language / Henry Friedlander --
Artists in the Third Reich / Sybil Milton --
III. The professions in Nazi Germany and the Holocaust --
The legal profession / Telford Taylor --
The medical profession / Gert H. Brieger --
The physical sciences / Alan Beyerchen --
Technology / Thomas P. Hughes --
The government experts / Christopher R. Browning --
The churches / John S. Conway --
The intellectual resistance / Beate Ruhm von Oppen --
IV. Anti-Nazi elites in occupied Europe, 1939-1945 --
Jewish elites under German rule / Lucjan Dobroszycki --
Polish, Dutch, and French elites under the German occupation / Allan Mitchell --
V. The United States and the Holocaust --
The government response / Henry L. Feingold --
The popular response / John Felstiner --
VI. After the Holocaust --
The credibility crisis of the modern university / Franklin H. Littell --
Changes in Christian theology / Paul M. van Buren --
Christian perspective and moral implications / John T. Pawlikowski --
The writer and the Holocaust experience / Lawrence L. Langer --
Postscript : Toward a methodology of teaching about the Holocaust / Henry Friedlander.
Responsibility: edited by Henry Friedlander and Sybil Milton.

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