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The Holocaust in three generations : families of victims and perpetrators of the Nazi regime / edited by Gabriele Rosenthal.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: D804.195 .H65 1998

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    Format
    Online resource
    Published
    Washington, D.C. : Cassell, 1998
    Locale
    Israel
    Germany
    Contents
    Part I : The Dialogue about the Holocaust in Families of Survivors and Families of Perpetrators
    Questions and method / Gabriele Rosenthal
    Similarities and differences in family dialogue / Gabriele Rosenthal
    Similarities and differences in public discourse about the Shoah in Israel and West and East Germany / Bettina Völter and Michal Dasberg
    Part II : Families of Survivors in Israel, West and East Germany
    Traumatic family pasts / Gabriele Rosenthal
    Surviving together and living apart in Israel and West Germany : the Genzor family / Gabriele Rosenthal, Petra Jordans and Bettina Völter
    The collective trauma of the Lodz Ghetto : the Goldstern family / Gabriele Rosenthal, Michal Dasberg, and Yael Moore
    Surviving as inmate-functionaries : the Shapiro/Sneidler family / Noga Gilad, Gabriele Rosenthal, and Yael Moore
    Shared and divided worlds : the Stern family / Waltraud Schade, Sabrina Bohmer, and Gabriele Rosenthal
    The Kubiak/Grunwald family dialog : blocking out the theme of migration from Israel to East Germany / Maria Nooke in cooperation with Christine Müller
    Part III : Israeli Families of Forced Emigrants from Germany
    Families with grandparents of the 'Youth Aliyah generation' / Gabriele Rosenthal, Bettina Völter, and Noga Gilad
    A love-hate relationship with Germany : the Arad family / Gabriele Rosenthal, Bettina Völter, and Noga Gilad
    The intergenerational process of mourning : the families of Fred, Lea and Nadja Weber / Gabriele Rosenthal, Bettina Völter, Noga Gilad, and Yael Moore
    Part IV : East German Families of Forced Emigrants
    Remembering in the light of anti-fascism in East Germany / Bettina Völter
    Anti-fascism as substitute mourning : the Basler family / Gabriele Rosenthal and Bettina Völter
    An anti-fascist 'legend'? : the Kaufmann family / Bettina Völter
    Part V : Families of Nazi Perpetrators and Accomplices in West and East Germany
    National Socialism and antisemitism in intergenerational dialog / Gabriele Rosenthal
    Passing the guilt on to the grandchildren : the Sonntag family / Gabriele Rosenthal in cooperation with Christine Müller
    We are the victims of history : the Seewald family / Bettina Völter and Gabriele Rosenthal
    Part VI : Two Family Dialogs Compared
    Veiling and denying / Gabriele Rosenthal.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Rosenthal, Gabriele.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (p. 297-308).
    Part I : The Dialogue about the Holocaust in Families of Survivors and Families of Perpetrators -- Questions and method / Gabriele Rosenthal -- Similarities and differences in family dialogue / Gabriele Rosenthal -- Similarities and differences in public discourse about the Shoah in Israel and West and East Germany / Bettina Völter and Michal Dasberg -- Part II : Families of Survivors in Israel, West and East Germany -- Traumatic family pasts / Gabriele Rosenthal -- Surviving together and living apart in Israel and West Germany : the Genzor family / Gabriele Rosenthal, Petra Jordans and Bettina Völter -- The collective trauma of the Lodz Ghetto : the Goldstern family / Gabriele Rosenthal, Michal Dasberg, and Yael Moore -- Surviving as inmate-functionaries : the Shapiro/Sneidler family / Noga Gilad, Gabriele Rosenthal, and Yael Moore -- Shared and divided worlds : the Stern family / Waltraud Schade, Sabrina Bohmer, and Gabriele Rosenthal -- The Kubiak/Grunwald family dialog : blocking out the theme of migration from Israel to East Germany / Maria Nooke in cooperation with Christine Müller -- Part III : Israeli Families of Forced Emigrants from Germany -- Families with grandparents of the 'Youth Aliyah generation' / Gabriele Rosenthal, Bettina Völter, and Noga Gilad -- A love-hate relationship with Germany : the Arad family / Gabriele Rosenthal, Bettina Völter, and Noga Gilad -- The intergenerational process of mourning : the families of Fred, Lea and Nadja Weber / Gabriele Rosenthal, Bettina Völter, Noga Gilad, and Yael Moore -- Part IV : East German Families of Forced Emigrants -- Remembering in the light of anti-fascism in East Germany / Bettina Völter -- Anti-fascism as substitute mourning : the Basler family / Gabriele Rosenthal and Bettina Völter -- An anti-fascist 'legend'? : the Kaufmann family / Bettina Völter -- Part V : Families of Nazi Perpetrators and Accomplices in West and East Germany -- National Socialism and antisemitism in intergenerational dialog / Gabriele Rosenthal -- Passing the guilt on to the grandchildren : the Sonntag family / Gabriele Rosenthal in cooperation with Christine Müller -- We are the victims of history : the Seewald family / Bettina Völter and Gabriele Rosenthal -- Part VI : Two Family Dialogs Compared -- Veiling and denying / Gabriele Rosenthal.
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    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0304339911
    030433992X (pbk.)
    9783866497405 (e-book)
    Physical Description
    1 online resource (308 pages) : illustrations ; 23 cm

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