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Killing sites : research and remembrance / International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (ed.) ; co-ed.: steering committee: Thomas Lutz [and 4 others].

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    "More than 2,000,000 Jews were killed by shooting during the Holocaust at several thousand mass killing sites across Europe. The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) aims to raise awareness of this centrally important aspect of the Holocaust by bringing together organizations and individuals dealing with the subject. This publication is the first relatively comprehensive and up-to-date anthology on the topic that reflects both the research and the fieldwork on the killing sites."--Back cover.
    Series
    IHRA series ; vol. 1
    IHRA series ; v. 1.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Berlin : Metropol, [2015]
    ©2015
    Contents
    Preface / Mario Silva, Sir Andrew Burns
    Foreword / Thomas Lutz, David Silberklang, Piotr Trojanski, Juliane Wetzel
    Killing Sites : Research and Remembrance / David Silberklang
    Historiography and Nazi Killing Sites / Dieter Pohl
    Operation 1005: The Nazi Regime's Attempt to Erase Traces of Mass Murder / Andrej Angrick
    Learning from the Present to Understand the Past : Forensic and Archaeological Approaches to Sites of the Holocaust / Caroline Sturdy Colls
    Jewish Law and Exhumation / Michael Schudrich
    Yahad-In-Unum's Research of Mass Grave Sites of Holocaust Victims / Patrick Desbois
    Protecting Memory: Preserving and Memorializing the Holocaust Mass Graves of Eastern Europe / Deidre Berger
    Cemeteries and Mass Graves are at Risk / Meilech Bindinger
    On Yad Vashem's Project of Registration and Mapping of Murder Sites of Jews in Nazi-Occupied Territories of the Former Soviet Union / Lea Prais
    "Periphery of Remembrance" : Dobromil and Lacko / Jacek Waligóra
    The Ukrainian Jewish Encounter's Position and Aims in Relation to Killing Sites in the Territory of Ukraine / Alti Rodal
    The Association of Jewish Organizations and Communities (VAAD) of Ukraine / Meylakh Sheykhet
    Rabbinical Commission for Jewish Cemeteries in Poland / Agnieszka Nieradko
    Ways of Commemorating Roma Extermination Sites in Poland / Adam Bartosz
    Protecting the Mass Graves of Holocaust Victims in the Construction of the Belzec Memorial / Andrew Baker
    Personal Losses and Victims of Repression under the German Occupation / Dariusz Pawlos
    Holocaust Memorials in the Belarusian Culture of Remembrance / Astrid Sahm
    The Belarus Memorials Project : The Simon Mark Lazarus Foundation, The Miles and Marilyn Kletter Family Foundation, The Geisler Family Foundation / Michael Lazarus
    Holocaust Atlas of Lithuania / Milda Jakulyte-Vasil
    Ongoing Memory Struggles in Croatia and Other Post-Yugoslav Countries : The Case for Additional Research on the Fate of Those Murdered at "Killing Sites" / Vesna Teršelic
    Afterword / Karel C. Berkhoff.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Lutz, Thomas, 1957- editor.
    International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance.
    Notes
    Based on papers presented at a conference held January 2014 in Krakow, Poland.
    Includes bibliographical references.
    Preface / Mario Silva, Sir Andrew Burns -- Foreword / Thomas Lutz, David Silberklang, Piotr Trojanski, Juliane Wetzel -- Killing Sites : Research and Remembrance / David Silberklang -- Historiography and Nazi Killing Sites / Dieter Pohl -- Operation 1005: The Nazi Regime's Attempt to Erase Traces of Mass Murder / Andrej Angrick -- Learning from the Present to Understand the Past : Forensic and Archaeological Approaches to Sites of the Holocaust / Caroline Sturdy Colls -- Jewish Law and Exhumation / Michael Schudrich -- Yahad-In-Unum's Research of Mass Grave Sites of Holocaust Victims / Patrick Desbois -- Protecting Memory: Preserving and Memorializing the Holocaust Mass Graves of Eastern Europe / Deidre Berger -- Cemeteries and Mass Graves are at Risk / Meilech Bindinger -- On Yad Vashem's Project of Registration and Mapping of Murder Sites of Jews in Nazi-Occupied Territories of the Former Soviet Union / Lea Prais -- "Periphery of Remembrance" : Dobromil and Lacko / Jacek Waligóra -- The Ukrainian Jewish Encounter's Position and Aims in Relation to Killing Sites in the Territory of Ukraine / Alti Rodal -- The Association of Jewish Organizations and Communities (VAAD) of Ukraine / Meylakh Sheykhet -- Rabbinical Commission for Jewish Cemeteries in Poland / Agnieszka Nieradko -- Ways of Commemorating Roma Extermination Sites in Poland / Adam Bartosz -- Protecting the Mass Graves of Holocaust Victims in the Construction of the Belzec Memorial / Andrew Baker -- Personal Losses and Victims of Repression under the German Occupation / Dariusz Pawlos -- Holocaust Memorials in the Belarusian Culture of Remembrance / Astrid Sahm -- The Belarus Memorials Project : The Simon Mark Lazarus Foundation, The Miles and Marilyn Kletter Family Foundation, The Geisler Family Foundation / Michael Lazarus -- Holocaust Atlas of Lithuania / Milda Jakulyte-Vasil -- Ongoing Memory Struggles in Croatia and Other Post-Yugoslav Countries : The Case for Additional Research on the Fate of Those Murdered at "Killing Sites" / Vesna Teršelic -- Afterword / Karel C. Berkhoff.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9783863312336
    3863312333
    Additional Form
    Electronic version(s) available online.
    Physical Description
    234 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.

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