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Networks of Nazi persecution : bureaucracy, business, and the organization of the Holocaust

Author: Wolfgang Seibel; Gerald D Feldman
Publisher: New York : Berghahn Books, 2004.
Series: War and genocide, 7.
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The persecution and mass-murder of the Jews during World War II would not have been possible without the modern organization of division of labor. Moreover, the perpetrators were dependent on human and organizational resources they could not always control by hierarchy and coercion. Instead, the persecution of the Jews was based, to a large extent, on a web of inter-organizational relations encompassing a broad  Read more...
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Networks of Nazi persecution.
New York : Berghahn Books, 2004
(DLC) 2004043734
(OCoLC)224077294
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Wolfgang Seibel; Gerald D Feldman
OCLC Number: 844712955
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 376 pages)
Series Title: War and genocide, 7.
Responsibility: edited by Gerald D. Feldman and Wolfgang Seibel.

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The persecution and mass-murder of the Jews during World War II would not have been possible without the modern organization of division of labor. Moreover, the perpetrators were dependent on human and organizational resources they could not always control by hierarchy and coercion. Instead, the persecution of the Jews was based, to a large extent, on a web of inter-organizational relations encompassing a broad variety of non-hierarchical cooperation as well as rivalry and competition. Based on newly accessible government and corporate archives, this volume combines fresh evidence with an interpretation of the governance of persecution, presented by prominent historians and social scientists. [publisher].

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