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Years of persecution, years of extermination : Saul Friedlander and the future of Holocaust studies / edited by Christian Wiese and Paul Betts.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: DS134.255 .Y43 2010

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    Format
    Book
    Published
    London : Continuum, c2010
    Contents
    Introduction / Paul Betts and Christian Wiese – i. An Integrated History of the Holocaust: Possibilities and Challenges / Saul Friedlander
    Part I: The Holocaust as a Narrative Problem
    ii. Narrative Form and Historical Sensation: On Friedlander's TheYears of Extermination / Alon Confino
    iii. Kaleidoscopic Writing: On Friedlander's The Years of Extermination: Nazi Germany and the Jews 1939-1945 / Dan Diner
    iv. Friedlander, Holocaust Historiography and the Use of Testimony / Tony Kushner
    v. Holocaust Perpetrators in Victims' Eyes / Mark Roseman
    vi. Raul Hilberg and Saul Friedlander: Two Perspectives on the Holocaust / Michael Wildt
    Part II: German Society and Redemptive Antisemitism
    vii. National Socialism, Antisemitism and the 'Final Solution' / Peter Pulzer
    viii. Speaking in Public about the Murder of the Jews: What did the Holocaust mean to the Germans? / Nicholas Stargardt
    ix. An 'Indelible Stigma' : The Churches between Silence, Ideological Involvement, and Political Complicity / Christian Wiese
    x. 'The Ethics of a Truth-Seeking Judge': Konrad Morgen, SS Judge and Corruption Expert / Raphael Gross
    Part III: Mass Killings and Genocide
    xi. Mass Killing and Genocide from 1914 to 1945 / Alan Kramer
    xii. Redemptive Antisemitism and the Imperialist Imaginary / A.Dirk Moses
    xiii. Murder amidst Collapse: Explaining the Violence of the Last Months of the Third Reich / Richard Bessel
    xiv. Opportunistic Killings and Plunder of Jews by their Neighbours: A Norm or an Exception in German Occupied Europe?- Jan T Gross
    Part IV: Perspectives
    xv. No End in Sight? The Ongoing Challenge of producing an Integrated History of the Holocaust / Doris L. Bergen
    xvi. Towards an Integrated History of the Holocaust: Masculinity, Femininity and Genocide / Zoe V. Waxman
    xvii.The History of the Holocaust: Multiple Actors, Diverse Motives, Contradictory Developments and Disparate (Re)actions / Wolf Gruner
    xviii. Nazi Germany and the Jews and the Future of Holocaust Historiography / Dan Stone.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Wiese, Christian, 1961-
    Betts, Paul, 1963-
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Introduction / Paul Betts and Christian Wiese – i. An Integrated History of the Holocaust: Possibilities and Challenges / Saul Friedlander -- Part I: The Holocaust as a Narrative Problem -- ii. Narrative Form and Historical Sensation: On Friedlander's TheYears of Extermination / Alon Confino -- iii. Kaleidoscopic Writing: On Friedlander's The Years of Extermination: Nazi Germany and the Jews 1939-1945 / Dan Diner -- iv. Friedlander, Holocaust Historiography and the Use of Testimony / Tony Kushner -- v. Holocaust Perpetrators in Victims' Eyes / Mark Roseman -- vi. Raul Hilberg and Saul Friedlander: Two Perspectives on the Holocaust / Michael Wildt -- Part II: German Society and Redemptive Antisemitism -- vii. National Socialism, Antisemitism and the 'Final Solution' / Peter Pulzer -- viii. Speaking in Public about the Murder of the Jews: What did the Holocaust mean to the Germans? / Nicholas Stargardt -- ix. An 'Indelible Stigma' : The Churches between Silence, Ideological Involvement, and Political Complicity / Christian Wiese -- x. 'The Ethics of a Truth-Seeking Judge': Konrad Morgen, SS Judge and Corruption Expert / Raphael Gross -- Part III: Mass Killings and Genocide -- xi. Mass Killing and Genocide from 1914 to 1945 / Alan Kramer -- xii. Redemptive Antisemitism and the Imperialist Imaginary / A.Dirk Moses -- xiii. Murder amidst Collapse: Explaining the Violence of the Last Months of the Third Reich / Richard Bessel -- xiv. Opportunistic Killings and Plunder of Jews by their Neighbours: A Norm or an Exception in German Occupied Europe?- Jan T Gross -- Part IV: Perspectives -- xv. No End in Sight? The Ongoing Challenge of producing an Integrated History of the Holocaust / Doris L. Bergen -- xvi. Towards an Integrated History of the Holocaust: Masculinity, Femininity and Genocide / Zoe V. Waxman -- xvii.The History of the Holocaust: Multiple Actors, Diverse Motives, Contradictory Developments and Disparate (Re)actions / Wolf Gruner -- xviii. Nazi Germany and the Jews and the Future of Holocaust Historiography / Dan Stone.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9781441189370
    1441189378 (hbk.)
    9781441129871 (pbk.)
    1441129871 (pbk.)
    Physical Description
    xiii, 370 p. ; 24 cm.

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