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After the Holocaust : challenging the myth of silence / edited by David Cesarani and Eric J. Sundquist.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: D804.348 .A383 2012

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    Format
    Book
    Published
    London ; New York : Routledge, c2012
    Contents
    Introduction / David Cesarani
    There was no silence : an overview of post-war responses to the destruction of European Jewry / David Cesarani
    Acting the Part : Theatrical Interpretations of the Holocaust in the Displaced Persons Camps of Germany / Margarete Feinstein
    No Silence in Yiddish : Popular and scholarly writing about the Holocaust in the early postwar years / Mark Smith
    The Centre Documentation Juive Comptemporaine, Paris, 1945-1955 / Laura Jockusch
    The drowned and the saved : communal memory 1945-1960 / David Roskies
    "We know very little in America" : David Boder and Un-Belated Testimony / Alan Rosen
    David P. Boder : Indexing a Holocaust Testimony Collection / Rachel Deblinger
    Shame and the 'musselmanner' in early literature of the camps / Timothy Pytell
    Authoritarianism and the Making of Post-Holocaust Personality Studies / Michael Staub
    If God Was Silent, Absent, Dead, or Nonexistent, What about Philosophy and theology? Some Aftereffects and Aftershocks of the Holocaust / John Roth
    Trial by Audience : Bringing Nazi War Criminals to Justice in Hollywood Films, 1944-1959 / Lawrence Baron
    "This too is partly Hitler's doing" : American Jewish debates over name-changing in the wake of the Holocaust / Kirsten Fermaglich
    The Myth of Silence : Survivors Tell a Different Story / Beth Cohen
    The Myth of Silence : Post-war American Jews and the Holocaust / Hasia Diner
    A "high class lynching party"? The debate over the Nuremberg tribunal in the late 1940s and 1950s / Michael Bazyler and Paul Hoffman
    Silence Reconsidered : An Afterword / Eric J. Sundquist.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Cesarani, David.
    Sundquist, Eric J.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Introduction / David Cesarani -- There was no silence : an overview of post-war responses to the destruction of European Jewry / David Cesarani -- Acting the Part : Theatrical Interpretations of the Holocaust in the Displaced Persons Camps of Germany / Margarete Feinstein -- No Silence in Yiddish : Popular and scholarly writing about the Holocaust in the early postwar years / Mark Smith -- The Centre Documentation Juive Comptemporaine, Paris, 1945-1955 / Laura Jockusch -- The drowned and the saved : communal memory 1945-1960 / David Roskies -- "We know very little in America" : David Boder and Un-Belated Testimony / Alan Rosen -- David P. Boder : Indexing a Holocaust Testimony Collection / Rachel Deblinger -- Shame and the 'musselmanner' in early literature of the camps / Timothy Pytell -- Authoritarianism and the Making of Post-Holocaust Personality Studies / Michael Staub -- If God Was Silent, Absent, Dead, or Nonexistent, What about Philosophy and theology? Some Aftereffects and Aftershocks of the Holocaust / John Roth -- Trial by Audience : Bringing Nazi War Criminals to Justice in Hollywood Films, 1944-1959 / Lawrence Baron -- "This too is partly Hitler's doing" : American Jewish debates over name-changing in the wake of the Holocaust / Kirsten Fermaglich -- The Myth of Silence : Survivors Tell a Different Story / Beth Cohen -- The Myth of Silence : Post-war American Jews and the Holocaust / Hasia Diner -- A "high class lynching party"? The debate over the Nuremberg tribunal in the late 1940s and 1950s / Michael Bazyler and Paul Hoffman -- Silence Reconsidered : An Afterword / Eric J. Sundquist.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9780415616751
    0415616751 (hbk)
    9780415616768 (pbk)
    041561676X (pbk)
    9780203803141 (ebk)
    0203803140 (ebk)
    Additional Form
    Electronic version(s) available internally at USHMM.
    Physical Description
    x, 228 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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