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War of extermination : the German military in World War II, 1941-1944 / edited by Hannes Heer and Klaus Naumann.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D757 .V4413 2000

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    Overview

    Uniform Title
    Vernichtungskrieg. English. Selections.
    Series
    Studies on war and genocide ; v. 3
    War and genocide ; v. 3.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    New York : Berghahn Books, c2000
    Locale
    Germany
    Contents
    Preface / Volker R. Berghahn
    Introduction / Hannes Heer and Klaus Naumann
    The Concept of the War of Annihilation: Clausewitz, Ludendorff, Hitler / Jan Philipp Reemtsma
    PART I: CRIMES
    "Coming Along to Shoot Some Jews?" The Destruction of the Jews in Serbia / Walter Manoschek
    Killing Fields: The Wehrmacht and the Holocaust in Belorussia, 1941-42 / Hannes Heer
    Soviet Prisoners of War in the Hands of the Wehrmacht / Christian Streit
    The Logic of the War of Extermination: The Wehrmacht and the Anti-Partisan War / Hannes Heer
    Men of 20 July and the War in the Soviet Union / Christian Gerlach
    Military Violence and the National Socialist Consensus: The Wehrmacht in Greece, 1941-44 / Mark Mazower
    Civitella della Chiana on 29 June 1944: The Reconstruction of a German "Measure" / Michael Geyer
    PART II: FORMATIONS
    Local Headquarters Liepaja: Two Months of German Occupation in the Summer of 1941 / Margers Vestermanis
    On the Way to Stalingrad: The 6th Army in 1941
    42 / Bernd Boll and Hans Safrian
    Incident at Baranivka: German Reprisals and the Soviet Partisan Movement in Ukraine, October-December 1941 / Truman Anderson
    Koruck 582 / Theo J. Schulte
    How Amorality Became Normality: Reflections on the Mentality of German Soldiers on the Eastern Front / Hannes Heer
    Emptying the Gaze: Framing Violence through the Viewfinder / Bernd Hu¨ppauf
    PART III: AFTERMATH
    Forward Defense: The "Memorandum of the Generals" for the Nuremberg Court / Manfred Messerschmidt
    Whose History Is It, Anyway? The Wehrmacht and German Historiography / Omer Bartov
    The "Unblemished" Wehrmacht: The Social History of a Myth / Klaus Naumann.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Heer, Hannes.
    Naumann, Klaus, 1939-
    Notes
    The articles and photographs in this volume are selections from Vernichtungskrieg : Verbrechen der Wehrmacht, 1941 bis 1944, which was published in 1995.
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Preface / Volker R. Berghahn -- Introduction / Hannes Heer and Klaus Naumann -- The Concept of the War of Annihilation: Clausewitz, Ludendorff, Hitler / Jan Philipp Reemtsma -- PART I: CRIMES -- "Coming Along to Shoot Some Jews?" The Destruction of the Jews in Serbia / Walter Manoschek -- Killing Fields: The Wehrmacht and the Holocaust in Belorussia, 1941-42 / Hannes Heer -- Soviet Prisoners of War in the Hands of the Wehrmacht / Christian Streit -- The Logic of the War of Extermination: The Wehrmacht and the Anti-Partisan War / Hannes Heer -- Men of 20 July and the War in the Soviet Union / Christian Gerlach -- Military Violence and the National Socialist Consensus: The Wehrmacht in Greece, 1941-44 / Mark Mazower -- Civitella della Chiana on 29 June 1944: The Reconstruction of a German "Measure" / Michael Geyer -- PART II: FORMATIONS -- Local Headquarters Liepaja: Two Months of German Occupation in the Summer of 1941 / Margers Vestermanis -- On the Way to Stalingrad: The 6th Army in 1941--42 / Bernd Boll and Hans Safrian -- Incident at Baranivka: German Reprisals and the Soviet Partisan Movement in Ukraine, October-December 1941 / Truman Anderson -- Koruck 582 / Theo J. Schulte -- How Amorality Became Normality: Reflections on the Mentality of German Soldiers on the Eastern Front / Hannes Heer -- Emptying the Gaze: Framing Violence through the Viewfinder / Bernd Hu¨ppauf -- PART III: AFTERMATH -- Forward Defense: The "Memorandum of the Generals" for the Nuremberg Court / Manfred Messerschmidt -- Whose History Is It, Anyway? The Wehrmacht and German Historiography / Omer Bartov -- The "Unblemished" Wehrmacht: The Social History of a Myth / Klaus Naumann.

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    Language
    English
    Physical Description
    xix, 457 p. : maps ; 23 cm.

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