Facing the catastrophe : Jews and non-Jews in Europe during World War II (Book, 2011) [WorldCat.org]
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Facing the catastrophe : Jews and non-Jews in Europe during World War II

Facing the catastrophe : Jews and non-Jews in Europe during World War II

Author: Beate Kosmala; Georgi Verbeeck
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Berg, ©2011.
Series: Occupation in Europe series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : English edView all editions and formats

Through a series of regional case studies, this book presents the Holocaust not as a single monolithic or one-dimensional event, but as a complex process with many human actors and local contexts.


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Beate Kosmala; Georgi Verbeeck
ISBN: 9781845204716 1845204719 9781845208257 1845208250 9781847888488 1847888488 9781847888471 184788847X
OCLC Number: 662407322
Description: ix, 266 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Jews and non-Jews in the aryanization process: comparison of France and the Slovak state, 1939-45 / Jean-Marc Dreyfus and Eduard Nižňanský --
Pogroms and massacres during the summer of 1941 in the Łomża and Białystock district: the case of Radziłów / Andrzej Żbikowski --
Holocaust in the Lithuanian provinces: case studies of Jurbarkas and Utena / Christoph Dieckmann --
Facing deportation in Germany and the Netherlands: survival in hiding / Marnix Croes and Beate Kosmala --
Jews and their social environment: perspectives from the underground press in Poland and France / Daniel Blatman and Renée Poznanski --
Cultural memory and legal responses: Holocaust denial in Belgium and Romania / Georgi Verbeeck and Mariana Hausleitner.
Series Title: Occupation in Europe series.
Responsibility: edited by Beate Kosmala and Georgi Verbeeck.


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