Social outsiders in Nazi Germany /

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Other Authors: Gellately, Robert, 1943-
Stoltzfus, Nathan.
Format: Book
Published:Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c2001.
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Table of Contents:
  • Chapter 1. Social Outsiders and the Construction of the Community of the People / Robert Gellately and Nathan Stoltzfus
  • Chapter 2. Social Outsiders in German History: From the Sixteenth Century to 1933 / Richard J. Evans
  • Chapter 3. No "Volksgenossen": Jewish Entrepreneurs in the Third Reich / Frank Bajohr
  • Chapter 4. When the Ordinary Became Extraordinary: German Jews Reacting to Nazi Persecution, 1933-1939 / Marion A. Kaplan
  • Chapter 5. The Nazi Purge of German Artistic and Cultural Life / Alan E. Steinweis
  • Chapter 6. The Limits of Policy: Social Protection of Intermarried German Jews in Nazi Germany / Nathan Stoltzfus
  • Chapter 7. The Exclusion and Murder of the Disabled / Henry Friedlander
  • Chapter 8. From Indefinite Confinement to Extermination: "Habitual Criminals" in the Third Reich / Nikolaus Wachsmann
  • Chapter 9. The Ambivalent Outsider: Prostitution, Promiscuity, and VD Control in Nazi Berlin / Annette F. Timm
  • Chapter 10. "Gypsies" as Social Outsiders in Nazi Germany / Sybil H. Milton
  • Chapter 11. The Institutionalization of Homosexual Panic in the Third Reich / Geoffrey J. Giles
  • Chapter 12. Police Justice, Popular Justice, and Social Outsiders in Nazi Germany: The Example of Polish Foreign Workers / Robert Gellately
  • Chapter 13. Sex, Blood, and Vulnerability: Women Outsiders in German-Occupied Europe / Doris L. Bergen
  • Chapter 14. Social Outcasts in War and Genocide: A Comparative Perspective / Omer Bartov
  • List of Contributors
  • Index

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