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A Mosaic of victims : non-Jews persecuted and murdered by the Nazis

Author: Michael Berenbaum
Publisher: New York : New York University Press, ©1990.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Kongress (Washington, DC, 1987)
Kongress
Washington (DC, 1987)
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Berenbaum
ISBN: 0814711316 9780814711316 0814711758 9780814711750
OCLC Number: 20823938
Notes: The Mazal Holocaust Collection
Description: xviii, 244 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Modernization and the politics of extermination / Richard L. Rubenstein --
The uniqueness and universality of the Holocaust / Michael Berenbaum --
Nazi Germany's forced labor program / Edward Homze --
Forced labor in the concentration camps, 1942-1944 / Peter Black --
Germans and Serbs : the emergence of Nazi antipartisan policies in 1941 / Christopher R. Browning --
Genocide in satellite Croatia during the Second World War / Menachem Shelah --
German occupation policy in Belgium and France / Sybil Milton --
The Polish experience during the Holocaust / Richard C. Lukas --
The victimization of the Poles / Israel Gutman --
Slavs and Jews : consistent and inconsistent perspectives on the Holocaust / Bohdan Vitvitsky. The Holocaust and the Ukrainian victims / Aharon Weiss --
The Ukrainian losses during World War II / Taras Hunczak --
The German occupation regime on occupied territory in the USSR (1941-1944) / Georgily A. Kumanev --
The fate of the Soviet prisoners of war / Christian Streit --
Non-Jewish children in the camps / Sybil Milton --
Non-Jewish victims in the concentration camps / Konnilyn Feig --
Between cross and swastika : the position of German Catholicism / John S. Conway --
Jehovah's Witnesses under Nazism / Christine King --
Pacifists during the Third Reich / Gordon C. Zahn --
Gay prisoners in concentration camps as compared with Jehovah's Witnesses and policial prisoners / Ruediger Lautmann --
The fate of Gypsies in Czechoslovakia under Nazi domination / Jiří Lípa. Doubling : the acts of the second self / Robert Jay Lifton --
Sterilization and euthanasia / Robert Jay Lifton.
Responsibility: edited by Michael Berenbaum.
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