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Probing the limits of categorization : the bystander in Holocaust history / Morina Christina and Krijn Thijs.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: D804.7.M67 M67 2018

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    "Of the three categories that Raul Hilberg developed in his analysis of the Holocaust--perpetrators, victims, and bystanders--it is the last that is the broadest and most difficult to pinpoint. Described by Hilberg as those who were "once a part of this history," bystanders present unique challenges for those seeking to understand the decisions, attitudes, and self-understanding of historical actors who were neither obviously the instigators nor the targets of Nazi crimes. Combining historiographical, conceptual, and empirical perspectives on the bystander, the case studies in this book provide powerful insights into the complex social processes that accompany state-sponsored genocidal violence"-- Provided by publisher.
    Series
    War and genocide ; 27
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Morina, Christina, 1976- author.
    Published
    New York : Berghahn Books, [2018]
    ©2018
    Locale
    Europe
    Edition
    First edition
    Other Authors/Editors
    Thijs, Krijn, author.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9781789200935
    1789200938
    Physical Description
    pages cm.

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