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Holocaust : critical concepts in historical studies / edited by David Cesarani.

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    Book
    Published
    London ; New York : Routledge, 2004
    Contents
    Volume I: Hitler, Nazism, and the 'Racial State'
    Part 1: Anti-semitism and racism in German society
    Antisemitism, the Holocaust, and reinterpretations of National Socialism / Omer Bartov
    Solving the "Jewish Problem": continuity and change in German antisemitism, 1871-1945 / Donald L. Niewyck
    Part 2: Hitler, Nazism, and the 'racial state'
    The genesis of the "Final Solution" from the spirit of science / Detlev. J. K. Peukert
    Psychiatry, German society and the Nazi 'euthanasia' programme / Michael Burleigh
    Gypsies and Jews under the Nazis / Guenter Lewy
    Ideological legitimization and political practice of the leadership of the National Socialist secret police / Ulrich Herbert
    'Working towards the Fuhrer': reflections on the nature of the Hitler dictatorship / Ian Kershaw
    Hitler and the pogrom of November 9-10, 1938 / Stefan Kley
    Part 3 Anti-Jewish policy and German Jewish responses
    Before the "Final Solution": the Judenpolitik of the SD, 1935-1938 / Michael Wildt
    The development of Nazi policy towards the German-Jewish "Mischlinge" 1933-1945 / Jeremy Noakes
    The German Council of Municipalities (Deutscher Gemeindetag) and the coordination of anti-Jewish local politics in the Nazi state / Wolf Gruner
    Catholics, Protestants, and Christian antisemitism in Nazi Germany / Doris L. Bergen
    Jewish self-defense under the constraints of National Socialism: the final years of the Centralverein / Daniel Fraenkel
    Keeping calm and weathering the storm: Jewish women's responses to daily life in Nazi Germany, 1933-1939 / Marion Kaplan

    Volume II: From the persecution of the Jews to mass murder
    Part l: The despoliation and destruction of German and Austrian Jewry
    The beneficiaries of "Aryanization": Hamburg as a case study / Frank Bajohr
    Expediting expropriation and expulsion: the impact of the "Vienna Model" on anti-Jewish policies in Nazi Germany, 1938 / Hans Safrian
    Forced labour of German Jews in Nazi Germany / Konrad Kwiet
    Poverty and persecution: The Reichsvereinigung, the Jewish population, and anti-Jewish policy in the Nazi state, 1939-1945 / Wolf Gruner
    In the shadow of Auschwitz. The murder of the Jews of East Upper Silesia / Sybille Steinbacher
    Part 2: The Nazi assault on the Jews of Poland
    The economics of the Final Solution: a case study from the Generalgouvernement / Gotz Aly and Susanne Helm
    The origins of "Operation Reinhard": the decision-making process for the mass murder of the Jews in the Generalgouvernement / Bogdan Musial
    Jewish workers in Poland. Self-maintenance, exploitation, destruction / Christopher Browning
    Part 3: Local initiatives, 'ethnic cleansing', and regional genocides
    The extermination of the Jews in Serbia / Walter Manoschek
    The war and the killing of the Lithuanian Jews / Christoph Dieckmann
    German economic interests, occupation policy, and the murder of the Jews in Belorussia, 1941/43 / Christian Gerlach
    Improvised genocide? The emergence of the 'Final Solution' in the 'Warthegau' / Ian Kershaw
    From "ethnic cleansing" to genocide to the "Final Solution": the evolution of Nazi Jewish policy, 1939-1941 / Christopher Browning

    Volume III: The 'Final Solution'
    Part l: Central decisions for a European-wide genocide against the Jews
    Forced emigration, war, deportation and Holocaust / Gotz Aly and Susanne Helm
    Two decisions concerning the "Final Solution to the Jewish Question": deportations to Lodz and mass murder in Chelmno / Peter Witte
    The Wannsee Conference, the fate of German Jews, and Hitler's decision in principle to exterminate all European Jews / Christian Gerlach
    The Wannsee Conference in the development of the 'Final Solution' / Peter Longerich
    Nazi policy: decisions for the Final Solution / Christopher Browning
    Part 2: Implementing genocide: individuals and agencies
    Killing fields. The Wehrmacht and the Holocaust in Belorussia, 1941-1942 / Hannes Heer
    What about the "ordinary men"? The German order police and the Holocaust in the occupied Soviet Union / Jurgen Matthaus
    Malice in action / Yaacov Lozowick
    The German military command in Paris and the deportation of the French Jews / Ulrich Herbert
    A public enterprise in the service of mass murder: the Deutsche Reichsbahn and the Holocaust / Alfred C. Mierzejewski
    Part 3: Killing fields, death camps
    The murder of Jews in the General Government / Dieter Pohl
    Anti-Jewish policy and the murder of the Jews in the district of Galicia 1941/42 / Thomas Sandkuhler
    Belzec - the 'Forgotten' death camp / Robin O'Neil
    The number of victims / Franciszek Piper
    Part 4: The profits of genocide: plunder and exploitation
    State policy and corporate involvement in the Holocaust / Peter Hayes
    Plunder of Jewish property in the Nazi-occupied areas of the Soviet Union / Yitzhak Arad
    The banality of evil reconsidered: SS mid-level managers of extermination through work / Michael Thad Allen
    Part 5: Allies and collaborators in genocide
    The Holocaust in Romania: the lasi Pogrom of June 1941 / Radu Ioanid
    The German Gendarmerie, the Ukrainian Schutzmannschaft and the 'Second Wave' of Jewish killings in the occupied Ukraine: German policing at the local level in the Zhitomir region,1941-1944 / Martin C. Dean
    The Amsterdam police and the persecution of the Jews / Guus Meershoek
    "The exception of Salonika": bystanders and collaborators in Northern Greece / Andrew Apostolou

    Volume IV: Jewish confrontations with persecution and mass murder
    Part 1: Jewish reactions to Nazi terror: flight, accommodation, defiance
    Jewish leadership and Jewish resistance / Arnold Paucker and Konrad Kwiet
    The death of Adam Czerniakow and Janusz Korczak's last journey / Jerzy Lewinski
    How the Jewish police in the Kovno ghetto saw itself / Dov Levin
    The demography of Jews in hiding in Warsaw, 1943-1945 / Gunnar S. Paulsson
    Escape and evacuation of Soviet Jews at the time of the Nazi invasion: policies and realities / Mordechai Altshuler
    From underground to armed struggle: the resistance movement in the Bialystok ghetto / Sarah Bender
    Life in the ghettos of Transnistria / Dalia Ofer
    Part 2: Jewish women, children, and the family in the face of genocide
    Cohesion and rupture: the Jewish family in East European ghettos during the Holocaust / Dalia Ofer
    The status and plight of women in the Lodz ghetto / Michal Unger
    Women in the forced-labour camps / Felicja Karay
    Part 3: The response of Jews in the 'free world'
    Was there communal failure among American Jews? / Henry Feingold
    On a mission against all odds: Samuel Zygelbojm in London (April 1942-May 1943) / Daniel Blatman
    Enmity, indifference or cooperation: the Allies and Yishuv's rescue activists / Dalia Ofer

    Volume V: Responses to the persecution and mass murder of the Jews
    Part 1: Responses inside Nazi-dominated Europe
    The Vatican on racism and antisemitism, 1938-39: a new look at a might-have-been / Michael R. Marrus
    Beyond condemnation, apologetics and apologies: on the complexity of Polish behavior toward the Jews during the Second World War / Antony Polonsky
    The Soviet Partisan movement and the Holocaust / Kenneth Slepyan
    The 'bridge over the ├śresund': the historiography on the expulsion of the Jews from Nazi-occupied Denmark
    Gunnar S. Paulsson
    Denmark: a light in the darkness of the Holocaust? A reply to Gunnar S. Paulsson / Hans Kirchhoff
    Part 2: The responses of the Allied powers
    The Allies and the Holocaust / Gerhard L. Weinberg
    Early news of the Holocaust from Poland / Dariusz Stola
    Auschwitz partially decoded / Richard Breitman
    The Royal Air Force and the bombing of Auschwitz: First deliberations, January 1941 / Edward B. Westermann
    Could the Allies have bombed Auschwitz-Birkenau? / Stuart G. Erdheim
    Different worlds. British perceptions of the Final Solution during the Second World War / Tony Kushner
    Constructing Allied humanitarian policy / Meredith Hindley
    Broadcasting the massacres: an analysis of the BBC's contemporary coverage of the Holocaust / Jeremy D. Harris
    Part 3: The responses of neutral and non-belligerent countries
    Swiss refugee policy, 1933-45 / Georg Kreis
    Portugal, the consuls and the Jewish refugees, 1938-1941 / Avraham Milgram
    'The war is over - now you can go home!' Jewish refugees and the Swedish labour market in the shadow of the Holocaust Sven Nordlund
    Bureaucracy, resistance, and the Holocaust. Understanding the success of Swedish diplomacy in Budapest, 1944-1945 / Paul A. Levine

    Volume VI: The end of the 'final solution' and its aftermaths
    Part 1: The final frenzy, liquidation of the camps, and the death marches
    Ghettoization and the Holocaust: Budapest 1944 / Tim Cole and Graham Smith
    The end of the "Final Solution"? Nazi plans to ransom Jews in 1944 / Richard Breitman and Shlomo Aronson
    The death marches, January-May 1945: who was responsible for what? / Daniel Blatman
    Part 2: Retribution
    British policy towards German crimes against German Jews, 1939-1945 / Priscilla Dale Jones
    Britain and the establishment of the United Nations War Crimes Commission / Arieh Kochavi
    The Holocaust at Nuremberg / Michael R. Marrus
    Part 3: The treatment of the survivors
    A cold reception: Holocaust survivors in the Netherlands and their return / Dienke Hondius
    Victims of genocide and national memory: Belgium, France and the Netherlands, 1945-1965 / Pieter Lagrou
    Soviet reactions to the Holocaust, 1945-1991 / Zvi Gitelman
    Part 4: Interpretation, historiography, controversy
    The extermination of the European Jews in historiography: fifty years later / Saul Friedlander
    Gender and family studies of the Holocaust: a historiographical overview / Judith Tydor Baumel
    Surviving memory: truth and inaccuracy in Holocaust testimony / Mark Roseman
    Understanding the Jewish dimension of the Holocaust / Dan Michman
    The controversy that isn't: the debate over Daniel J. Goldhagen's Hitler's Willing Executioners in comparative perspective / Gavriel D. Rosenfeld
    The politics of uniqueness: reflections on the recent polemical turn in Holocaust and genocide scholarship / Gavriel D. Rosenfeld.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Cesarani, David.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Volume I: Hitler, Nazism, and the 'Racial State' -- Part 1: Anti-semitism and racism in German society -- Antisemitism, the Holocaust, and reinterpretations of National Socialism / Omer Bartov -- Solving the "Jewish Problem": continuity and change in German antisemitism, 1871-1945 / Donald L. Niewyck -- Part 2: Hitler, Nazism, and the 'racial state' -- The genesis of the "Final Solution" from the spirit of science / Detlev. J. K. Peukert -- Psychiatry, German society and the Nazi 'euthanasia' programme / Michael Burleigh -- Gypsies and Jews under the Nazis / Guenter Lewy -- Ideological legitimization and political practice of the leadership of the National Socialist secret police / Ulrich Herbert -- 'Working towards the Fuhrer': reflections on the nature of the Hitler dictatorship / Ian Kershaw -- Hitler and the pogrom of November 9-10, 1938 / Stefan Kley -- Part 3 Anti-Jewish policy and German Jewish responses -- Before the "Final Solution": the Judenpolitik of the SD, 1935-1938 / Michael Wildt -- The development of Nazi policy towards the German-Jewish "Mischlinge" 1933-1945 / Jeremy Noakes -- The German Council of Municipalities (Deutscher Gemeindetag) and the coordination of anti-Jewish local politics in the Nazi state / Wolf Gruner -- Catholics, Protestants, and Christian antisemitism in Nazi Germany / Doris L. Bergen -- Jewish self-defense under the constraints of National Socialism: the final years of the Centralverein / Daniel Fraenkel -- Keeping calm and weathering the storm: Jewish women's responses to daily life in Nazi Germany, 1933-1939 / Marion Kaplan -- --
    Volume II: From the persecution of the Jews to mass murder -- Part l: The despoliation and destruction of German and Austrian Jewry -- The beneficiaries of "Aryanization": Hamburg as a case study / Frank Bajohr -- Expediting expropriation and expulsion: the impact of the "Vienna Model" on anti-Jewish policies in Nazi Germany, 1938 / Hans Safrian -- Forced labour of German Jews in Nazi Germany / Konrad Kwiet -- Poverty and persecution: The Reichsvereinigung, the Jewish population, and anti-Jewish policy in the Nazi state, 1939-1945 / Wolf Gruner -- In the shadow of Auschwitz. The murder of the Jews of East Upper Silesia / Sybille Steinbacher -- Part 2: The Nazi assault on the Jews of Poland -- The economics of the Final Solution: a case study from the Generalgouvernement / Gotz Aly and Susanne Helm -- The origins of "Operation Reinhard": the decision-making process for the mass murder of the Jews in the Generalgouvernement / Bogdan Musial -- Jewish workers in Poland. Self-maintenance, exploitation, destruction / Christopher Browning -- Part 3: Local initiatives, 'ethnic cleansing', and regional genocides -- The extermination of the Jews in Serbia / Walter Manoschek -- The war and the killing of the Lithuanian Jews / Christoph Dieckmann -- German economic interests, occupation policy, and the murder of the Jews in Belorussia, 1941/43 / Christian Gerlach -- Improvised genocide? The emergence of the 'Final Solution' in the 'Warthegau' / Ian Kershaw -- From "ethnic cleansing" to genocide to the "Final Solution": the evolution of Nazi Jewish policy, 1939-1941 / Christopher Browning -- --
    Volume III: The 'Final Solution' -- Part l: Central decisions for a European-wide genocide against the Jews -- Forced emigration, war, deportation and Holocaust / Gotz Aly and Susanne Helm -- Two decisions concerning the "Final Solution to the Jewish Question": deportations to Lodz and mass murder in Chelmno / Peter Witte -- The Wannsee Conference, the fate of German Jews, and Hitler's decision in principle to exterminate all European Jews / Christian Gerlach -- The Wannsee Conference in the development of the 'Final Solution' / Peter Longerich -- Nazi policy: decisions for the Final Solution / Christopher Browning -- Part 2: Implementing genocide: individuals and agencies -- Killing fields. The Wehrmacht and the Holocaust in Belorussia, 1941-1942 / Hannes Heer -- What about the "ordinary men"? The German order police and the Holocaust in the occupied Soviet Union / Jurgen Matthaus -- Malice in action / Yaacov Lozowick -- The German military command in Paris and the deportation of the French Jews / Ulrich Herbert -- A public enterprise in the service of mass murder: the Deutsche Reichsbahn and the Holocaust / Alfred C. Mierzejewski -- Part 3: Killing fields, death camps -- The murder of Jews in the General Government / Dieter Pohl -- Anti-Jewish policy and the murder of the Jews in the district of Galicia 1941/42 / Thomas Sandkuhler -- Belzec - the 'Forgotten' death camp / Robin O'Neil -- The number of victims / Franciszek Piper -- Part 4: The profits of genocide: plunder and exploitation -- State policy and corporate involvement in the Holocaust / Peter Hayes -- Plunder of Jewish property in the Nazi-occupied areas of the Soviet Union / Yitzhak Arad -- The banality of evil reconsidered: SS mid-level managers of extermination through work / Michael Thad Allen -- Part 5: Allies and collaborators in genocide -- The Holocaust in Romania: the lasi Pogrom of June 1941 / Radu Ioanid -- The German Gendarmerie, the Ukrainian Schutzmannschaft and the 'Second Wave' of Jewish killings in the occupied Ukraine: German policing at the local level in the Zhitomir region,1941-1944 / Martin C. Dean -- The Amsterdam police and the persecution of the Jews / Guus Meershoek -- "The exception of Salonika": bystanders and collaborators in Northern Greece / Andrew Apostolou -- --
    Volume IV: Jewish confrontations with persecution and mass murder -- Part 1: Jewish reactions to Nazi terror: flight, accommodation, defiance -- Jewish leadership and Jewish resistance / Arnold Paucker and Konrad Kwiet -- The death of Adam Czerniakow and Janusz Korczak's last journey / Jerzy Lewinski -- How the Jewish police in the Kovno ghetto saw itself / Dov Levin -- The demography of Jews in hiding in Warsaw, 1943-1945 / Gunnar S. Paulsson -- Escape and evacuation of Soviet Jews at the time of the Nazi invasion: policies and realities / Mordechai Altshuler -- From underground to armed struggle: the resistance movement in the Bialystok ghetto / Sarah Bender -- Life in the ghettos of Transnistria / Dalia Ofer -- Part 2: Jewish women, children, and the family in the face of genocide -- Cohesion and rupture: the Jewish family in East European ghettos during the Holocaust / Dalia Ofer -- The status and plight of women in the Lodz ghetto / Michal Unger -- Women in the forced-labour camps / Felicja Karay -- Part 3: The response of Jews in the 'free world' -- Was there communal failure among American Jews? / Henry Feingold -- On a mission against all odds: Samuel Zygelbojm in London (April 1942-May 1943) / Daniel Blatman -- Enmity, indifference or cooperation: the Allies and Yishuv's rescue activists / Dalia Ofer -- --
    Volume V: Responses to the persecution and mass murder of the Jews -- Part 1: Responses inside Nazi-dominated Europe -- The Vatican on racism and antisemitism, 1938-39: a new look at a might-have-been / Michael R. Marrus -- Beyond condemnation, apologetics and apologies: on the complexity of Polish behavior toward the Jews during the Second World War / Antony Polonsky -- The Soviet Partisan movement and the Holocaust / Kenneth Slepyan -- The 'bridge over the ├śresund': the historiography on the expulsion of the Jews from Nazi-occupied Denmark -- Gunnar S. Paulsson -- Denmark: a light in the darkness of the Holocaust? A reply to Gunnar S. Paulsson / Hans Kirchhoff -- Part 2: The responses of the Allied powers -- The Allies and the Holocaust / Gerhard L. Weinberg -- Early news of the Holocaust from Poland / Dariusz Stola -- Auschwitz partially decoded / Richard Breitman -- The Royal Air Force and the bombing of Auschwitz: First deliberations, January 1941 / Edward B. Westermann -- Could the Allies have bombed Auschwitz-Birkenau? / Stuart G. Erdheim -- Different worlds. British perceptions of the Final Solution during the Second World War / Tony Kushner -- Constructing Allied humanitarian policy / Meredith Hindley -- Broadcasting the massacres: an analysis of the BBC's contemporary coverage of the Holocaust / Jeremy D. Harris -- Part 3: The responses of neutral and non-belligerent countries -- Swiss refugee policy, 1933-45 / Georg Kreis -- Portugal, the consuls and the Jewish refugees, 1938-1941 / Avraham Milgram -- 'The war is over - now you can go home!' Jewish refugees and the Swedish labour market in the shadow of the Holocaust Sven Nordlund -- Bureaucracy, resistance, and the Holocaust. Understanding the success of Swedish diplomacy in Budapest, 1944-1945 / Paul A. Levine -- --
    Volume VI: The end of the 'final solution' and its aftermaths -- Part 1: The final frenzy, liquidation of the camps, and the death marches -- Ghettoization and the Holocaust: Budapest 1944 / Tim Cole and Graham Smith -- The end of the "Final Solution"? Nazi plans to ransom Jews in 1944 / Richard Breitman and Shlomo Aronson -- The death marches, January-May 1945: who was responsible for what? / Daniel Blatman -- Part 2: Retribution -- British policy towards German crimes against German Jews, 1939-1945 / Priscilla Dale Jones -- Britain and the establishment of the United Nations War Crimes Commission / Arieh Kochavi -- The Holocaust at Nuremberg / Michael R. Marrus -- Part 3: The treatment of the survivors -- A cold reception: Holocaust survivors in the Netherlands and their return / Dienke Hondius -- Victims of genocide and national memory: Belgium, France and the Netherlands, 1945-1965 / Pieter Lagrou -- Soviet reactions to the Holocaust, 1945-1991 / Zvi Gitelman -- Part 4: Interpretation, historiography, controversy -- The extermination of the European Jews in historiography: fifty years later / Saul Friedlander -- Gender and family studies of the Holocaust: a historiographical overview / Judith Tydor Baumel -- Surviving memory: truth and inaccuracy in Holocaust testimony / Mark Roseman -- Understanding the Jewish dimension of the Holocaust / Dan Michman -- The controversy that isn't: the debate over Daniel J. Goldhagen's Hitler's Willing Executioners in comparative perspective / Gavriel D. Rosenfeld -- The politics of uniqueness: reflections on the recent polemical turn in Holocaust and genocide scholarship / Gavriel D. Rosenfeld.

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