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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Ludi, Regula, author.
Reparations for Nazi victims in postwar Europe.
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|ISBN:||9781139549868 1139549863 9781139161862 1139161865 1283610655 9781283610650|
|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Contents:||Cover; Reparations for Nazi Victims in Postwar Europe; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; 1 Introduction; Transitional Justice --
or Negotiated History?; Comparison and an Analytical Concept of Reparations; 2 War's End and Blueprints for a New World Order; The Grim Idealism of Postwar Reconstruction; THE BATTLE FOR PEACE: POSTWAR PLANNING; American Postwar Planning and the Victims of Nazi Persecution; Jewish Visions; CHANGING PERCEPTIONS: THE DP PROBLEM; Nonrepatriable DPs: A Fledgling Concept of the Nazi Victim; REPARATIONS IN PARIS. Precedent or Incidental Patchwork? The International Framework of the 1940s3 France: The Dialectics of Suffering and Sacrifice; Figures and Losses: The Historical Experience of Nazi and Vichy Persecution; MARCEL PAUL'S FILE; RESTORATION OF THE REPUBLICAN ORDER; Property Restitution; The Claims of Deportation Victims; COMBATANTS WITHOUT WEAPONS: A GENEALOGY OF FRENCH REPARATIONS; The Shadow of the Great War; Integration by Assimilation and Assimilation by Integration; THE MORAL GRAMMAR OF REDRESS; Talking of Victimization; Resistance Inflation and the Thirty Years' War of Charles de Gaulle. A Moral Tale with Universal LessonsCOMPENSATION PRACTICES; Exclusion; RÉPARATIONS À LA FRANÇAISE; 4 Germany: Hitler's Many Victims and the Survivors of Nazi Persecution; THE STRUGGLE AGAINST HITLER'S DEMON IN THE TRANSITION PERIOD; Between Self-Help and Relief: The Situation after Liberation; Fledgling Reparations: The Bavarian Example; UNDER ALLIED AUSPICES: THE FOUNDATIONS OF GERMAN REPARATIONS; Priority of Property Restitution; Fighting the Battle Alone; VICTIMHOOD INFLATION AND THE POLITICS OF AMNESTY AND INTEGRATION; An Ill-Fated Marriage: Reparations and Denazification. The Final Solution as a Metaphor for German Suffering"Wiedergutmachung" for Former Nazis? German Victims and Victims of the Germans; THE TIDE IS TURNING: MUNICH --
LONDON; Auerbach's Fall; Shaking Hands in Wassenaar: German-Jewish Negotiations; The London Debt Agreement and Reparations Diplomacy; BEHIND PARAGRAPHS AND FIGURES: REPARATIONS PRAXIS; Compensation Machinery; The Daily Routines of Abuse and Redress in the Life of the Weil Family of Nuremberg; "Headaches and Heartaches": Deadlines and Competences; Impaired Health; Loss of Income and Historical Interpretation. Documents, Testimony, and Affidavits: The Sources of Truth and the Truth of the SourcesOne Man's Lonely Struggle for Justice and Veracity; TYPICAL NAZI WRONGS: AN EMERGING CONCEPT; In Defense of Moral Capital: A Merit-Based Ideal of the Victim; Antitotalitarianism and the Shifting Semantics of Victimhood; Racial Persecution or Innate Criminal Disposition? Sinti and Roma; GERMAN "GUILT MANAGEMENT"; 5 Switzerland: Neutralizing the Past; NEUTRAL OBLIGATIONS? SWISS PARTICIPATION IN THE POSTWAR SETTLEMENT; Disentanglement: Swiss Responses to International Desires in the Area of Restitution.
'Reparations for Nazi Victims in Postwar Europe is an exceptionally thorough analysis of reparation and compensation policies on behalf of victims of Nazism in Western Europe between 1945 and 1960.