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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Neurath, Paul Martin, 1911-
Society of terror.
Boulder, CO : Paradigm Publishers, c2005
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Paul Martin Neurath; Christian Fleck; Nico Stehr
|ISBN:||1594510946 9781594510946 1594510954 9781594510953|
|Description:||xiii, 320 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Table of Contents Prelude PART ONE: THE SCENE From Civil War to Organized Terror First Impressions The Layout A Day in Concentration Camp The Daily Routine The Work Clothing and Personal Belongings Mail Bath and Barber Food Money Sickness and Death The Prisoners Political Prisoners (red badge: arrested by Gestapo) Social Democrats and Communists Conservatives and Fascists The Liberals Others Professional Criminals (green badge: sent by Criminal Courts) Cri-Po Prisoners (brown badge: arrested by criminal police) "Workshy," "Asocial" (black badge: sent by Welfare authorities, or sometimes by the Gestapo) Jehovah's Witnesses (violet badge: arrested by Gestapo) Homosexuals (pink badge: sent by Criminal Courts) Emigrants (blue badge: arrested by Gestapo) Race polluters (outline black: Criminal Court or Gestapo) Second termers (colored bar: arrested by Gestapo) Idiots (white armband with imprint "Blod" idiot) Jews (yellow badge: combined with any other color) The Guards The common guards The Staff The Commanders Crime and Punishment The more common punishments Special and irregular punishments Crime Misdemeanors against general discipline in camp and barracks Midemeanors against discipline at work Forgotten rules Special crimes Differences Guard system and organization of work Order and hygiene Size of the camp Prisoners Kaleidoscope Buchenwald, Winter 1938 Buchenwald, January 4, 1939 Dachau, Summer 1938 Buchenwald, Spring 1939 Buchenwald Buchenwald, April 20, 1939 Dachau, April 1938 Dachau, May 1938 Dachau, June 1938 Buchenwald, November 1938 Buchenwald, January 2, 1939 Buchenwald, December 1938 Buchenwald, December 21, 1938 PART II: THE SOCIETY The Task Power Cooperation The Moor Express Justice Property Rights Corruption Conflict Political vs. non-political prisoners Antisemitism The "Austrian Invasion" Political prisoners vs. professional criminals Why Don't they Hit Back? Individual prisoners enter the camp Large groups enter the camp Why they don't hit back Addendum: Statement on the validity of observations which are the basis of the dissertation Christian Fleck, Albert Muller and Nico Stehr Afterword Bibliography|
|Responsibility:||Paul Martin Neurath ; edited by Christian Fleck and Nico Stehr ; with an afterword by Christian Fleck, Albert Müller, and Nico Stehr.|
"'The Society of Terror is marked by the precision and elegance of its psychological observation and literary quality.' --- The Frankfurter Allgem eine Zeitung"