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Unser Wien : "Arisierung" auf österreichisch

Author: Tina Walzer; Stephan Templ
Publisher: Berlin : Aufbau-Verlag, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : German : 1. AuflView all editions and formats
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Discusses the expropriation of Jewish property by the Nazi regime in Austria. Contends that the Viennese government and population played a major role in the exploitation of Jews. Following the Anschluss, "wild" Aryanization actions began, leading to legislation which enabled the organized dispossession of Jews. After the war, whilst Germany began to cope with its past, Austria insisted on its status as victim.  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Walzer, Tina.
Unser Wien.
Berlin : Aufbau-Verlag, 2001
(OCoLC)606615451
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tina Walzer; Stephan Templ
ISBN: 3351025289 9783351025281
OCLC Number: 48231727
Description: 292, xxxii pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Responsibility: Tina Walzer, Stephan Templ.

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Discusses the expropriation of Jewish property by the Nazi regime in Austria. Contends that the Viennese government and population played a major role in the exploitation of Jews. Following the Anschluss, "wild" Aryanization actions began, leading to legislation which enabled the organized dispossession of Jews. After the war, whilst Germany began to cope with its past, Austria insisted on its status as victim. Antisemitism persisted in politics, the judiciary, the economy, and society, while the suffering, persecution, and robbery of Viennese Jews was erased from the public consciousness. Pp. 109-223, "Topographie des Raubes", contain a list of buildings in Vienna which belonged to Jews, including pharmacies, book stores, cafés, hotels, department stores, cinemas, synagogues, and museums. Presents, also, a list of stolen art collections, and information on places where literary and musical events took place. The last xxxii pp. contain photographs.

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