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The mark of Cain : guilt and denial in the post-war lives of Nazi perpetrators

Author: Katharina von Kellenbach
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2013.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In The Mark of Cain, Katharina von Kellenbach draws on letters exchanged between clergy and Nazi perpetrators, written notes of prison chaplains, memoirs, sermons, and prison publications to  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Online-Publikation
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Katharina von Kellenbach
ISBN: 9780199937455 0199937451 9780199345861 0199345864
OCLC Number: 919289922
Description: 1 Online-Ressource
Contents: Foreword ; Chapter 1: The Mark of Cain ; Chapter 2: Guilt Confessions and Amnesty Campaigns ; Chapter 3: Faith under the Gallows: Spectacles of Innocence in WCP Landsberg ; Chapter 4: Cleansed by Suffering? The SS General and the Human Beast ; Chapter 5: From Honorable Sacrifices to Lonely Scapegoats ; Chapter 6: "Understand my Boy this Truth about the Mistake": Inheriting Guilt ; Chapter 7: "Naturally I will stand by my husband": Marital Love and Loyalty ; Chapter 8: "Absolved from the Guilt of the Past": Memory as Burden and as Grace ; Biographical Appendix ; Abbreviations of Archives ; Notes ; Bibliography ; Index
Responsibility: Katharina von Kellenbach.

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Katharina von Kellenbach's analysis is strong medicine. In this extensive case study she exposes the inability of rank and file Nazi perpetrators to confront their own responsibilities for the crimes Read more...

 
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