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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Feldman, Gerald D.
Networks Of Nazi Persecution : Bureaucracy, Business and the Organization of the Holocaust.
New York, NY : Berghahn Books, ©2006
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Gerald D Feldman; Wolfgang Seibel
|Description:||1 online resource (388 pages).|
|Contents:||Networks of nazi persecution; contents; list of figures; list of abbreviations; introduction; part i: rivalry and competition; chapter 1. introduction: rivalry and competition; chapter 2. the ss security service and the gestapo in the national socialist persecution of the jews, 1933-1939; chapter 3. "aryanization" and the role of the german great banks, 1933-1938; chapter 4. the looting of jewish property and franco-german rivalry, 1940-1944; chapter 5. seizure of jewish property and inter-agency rivalry in the reich and in the occupied soviet territories. Chapter 6. the polycratic nature of artlootingchapter 7. the holocaust and corruption; part ii: "smooth cooperation"; chapter 8. introduction: cooperation and collaboration; chapter 9. the looting of jewish property and the german financial administration; chapter 10. organized looting; chapter 11. perpetrator networks and the holocaust; chapter 12. "ethnic resettlement" and inter-agency cooperation in the occupied eastern territories; chapter 13. the "reibungslose" holocaust? the german military and civilian implementation of the "final solution" in ukraine, 1941-1944. Part iii: decentral initiative and vertical integrationchapter 14. introduction: a bureaucratic holocaust --
toward a new consensus; chapter 15. local initiatives, central coordination; chapter 16. the reichskristallnacht and the insurance industry; part iv: "structure," "agency," and the logic of radicalization; chapter 17. more than just a metaphor: the network concept and its potential in holocaust research; chapter 18. restraining or radicalizing? division of labor and persecution effectiveness; notes on contributors; index.
|Series Title:||War and genocide.|