The Holocaust and history : the known, the unknown, the disputed, and the reexamined /

This benchmark volume of extraordinary scope, depth, and power presents the results of nearly fifty years of scholarship on the Holocaust by the world's most eminent researchers. Fifty-four chapters probe such topics as Nazi politics, racial ideology, leadership, and bureaucracy; the phases of...

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Corporate Author: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Other Authors: Berenbaum, Michael, 1945-
Peck, Abraham J.
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Language:English
Published:Bloomington, IN : Indiana University Press, ©1998.
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245 0 4 |a The Holocaust and history :  |b the known, the unknown, the disputed, and the reexamined /  |c edited by Michael Berenbaum and Abraham J. Peck. 
260 |a Bloomington, IN :  |b Indiana University Press,  |c ©1998. 
300 |a xv, 836 pages ;  |c 24 cm 
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504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0 0 |g pt. 1.  |t Probing the Holocaust: where we are, where we need to go.  |t Sources and their uses /  |r Raul Hilberg --  |t A past that will not go away /  |r Yehuda Bauer --  |t The Holocaust: where we are, where we need to go /  |r Eberhard Jackel --  |t The Holocaust: where we are, where we need to go -- a comment /  |r Michael R. Marrus --  |g pt. 2.  |t Antisemitism and racism in Nazi ideology.  |t The use of antisemitism in Nazi wartime propaganda /  |r David Bankier -- The Holocaust: a very particular racism /  |r Steven T. Katz --  |t Antisemitism and racism in Nazi ideology /  |r Walter Zwi Bacharach --  |t Antisemitism, the Holocaust, and reinterpretations of National Socialism /  |r Omer Bartov --  |g pt. 3.  |t The politics of racial health and science.  |t Human genetics and the mass murder of Jews, Gypsies, and others /  |r Benno Muller-Hill --  |t From colonial racism to Nazi population policy: the role of the so-called mischlinge /  |r Annegret Ehmann --  |t The cooperation of German racial hygienists and American eugenicists before and after 1933 /  |r Stefan Kuhl --  |g pt. 4.  |t The Nazi state: leadership and bureaucracy.  |t Executive instinct: Reinhard Heydrich and the planning for the final solution /  |r Charles W. Sydnor, Jr. --  |t Plans for the final solution in early 1941 /  |r Richard Breitman --  |t State policy and corporate involvement in the Holocaust /  |r Peter Hayes --  |t The civil service and the implementation of the Holocaust: from passive to active complicity /  |r Hans Mommsen --  |t The other crimes of Adolf Hitler /  |r Franklin H. Littell --  |g pt. 5.  |t "Ordinary men": the sociopolitical background.  |t The T4 killers: Berlin, Lublin, San Sabba /  |r Henry Friedlander --  |t Ordinary Germans or ordinary men? A reply to the critics /  |r Christopher R. Browning --  |t Complicity or entanglement? Wehrmacht, war, and Holocaust /  |r Jurgen Forster --  |t The Amsterdam police and the persecution of the Jews /  |r Guus Meershoek --  |t Ordinary men or ordinary Germans? /  |r Daniel Jonah Goldhagen --  |g pt. 6.  |t Multiple voices: ideology, exclusion, and coercion.  |t Neglected Holocaust victims: the Mischlinge, the Judischversippte, and the Gypsies /  |r John A.S. Grenville --  |t "Slapping up spastics" /  |r Hugh Gregory Gallagher --  |t Final solution of the homosexual question? The antihomosexual policies of the Nazis and the social consequences for homosexual men /  |r Gunter Grau --  |t The pink triangle: homosexuals as "Enemies of the state" /  |r Rudiger Lautmann --  |t The black experience during the Holocaust /  |r Robert Kesting --  |g pt. 7.  |t Concentration camps: their task and environment.  |t Auschwitz Concentration Camp: how it was used in the Nazi system of terror and genocide and in the economy of the Third Reich /  |r Franciszek Piper --  |t Antechamber to Birkenau: the Zigeunerlager after 1933 /  |r Sybil Milton --  |t Concentration camps and the non-Jewish environment /  |r Edith Raim --  |t Places far away, places very near: Mauthausen, the camps of the Shoah, and the bystanders /  |r Gordon J. Horwitz --  |g pt. 8.  |t The Axis, the Allies, and the neutrals.  |t The Holocaust in Hungary: a retrospective analysis /  |r Randolph L. Braham --  |t The Holocaust in Italy: areas of inquiry /  |r Meir Michaelis --  |t Antonescu and the Jews /  |r Jean Ancel --  |t The Allies and the Holocaust /  |r Gerhard L. Weinberg --  |t Surviving the Holocaust: the situation in France /  |r Susan S. Zuccotti --  |t British responses to the plight of Jews in Europe, 1933-1945 /  |r Louise London --  |t Bureaucracy, resistance, and the Holocaust: understanding the success of Swedish diplomacy in Budapest, 1944-1945 /  |r Paul A. Levine --  |t A lucky few: refugees in Turkey /  |r Mark A. Epstein --  |t The Catholic response to the Holocaust: institutional perspectives /  |r John T. Pawlikowski --  |t The ecclesiastical final solution: the German Christian movement and the Anti-Jewish church /  |r Doris L. Bergen --  |g pt. 9.  |t Jewish leadership, Jewish resistance.  |t The armed Jewish resistance in Eastern Europe: its unique conditions and its relations with the Jewish Councils (Judenrate) in the ghettos /  |r Yitzhak Arad --  |t Remembering and invoking 1789 during the Holocaust: the trials and tribulations of French Jews /  |r Richard I. Cohen --  |t The Jewish underground press in France and the struggle to expose the Nazi secret of the Final Solution /  |r Adam Rayski --  |t Czech and Slovak wartime Jewish leadership: variants in strategy and tactics /  |r Livia Rothkirchen --  |g pt. 10.  |t The rescuers.  |t Reflections on rescuers /  |r Nechama Tec --  |t The rescuer self /  |r Eva Fogelman --  |t Rescuers of Jews during the Holocaust: a portrait of moral courage /  |r Samuel P. Oliner --  |g pt. 11.  |t The survivor experience.  |t "We're on our way, but we're not in the wilderness" /  |r Jacqueline Giere --  |t Way station of Exodus: Jewish displaced persons and refugees in postwar Austria /  |r Thomas Albrich --  |t From illegal immigrants to new immigrants: the Cyprus detainees, 1946-1949 /  |r Dalia Ofer --  |t Against all odds: survivors of the Holocaust and the American experience /  |r William B. Helmreich --  |t Holocaust survivors in past and present /  |r Leo Eitinger --  |t Israeli society and recent attitudes toward the Jews of Europe and Holocaust survivors /  |r Dina Porat --  |t History, memory, and truth: defining the place of the survivor /  |r Dori Laub and Marjorie Allard. 
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