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Adenauer's Germany and the Nazi past : the politics of amnesty and integration

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Call Number943.087 F86a
Dates2002
Statement of ResponsibilityNorbert Frei ; translated by Joel Golb.
Creators & ContributorsFrei, Norbert (author)
Adenauer, Konrad (subject)
ContentsIntroduction -- PART I : A Legislation for the Past: Parliamentary and Administrative Junctures -- 1. The Amnesty Law of 1949 -- 2. The "Liquidation" of Denazification -- 3. The Rehabilitation and Pensioning of the "131ers" -- 4. The Amnesty Law of 1954 -- PART II : A Past-Political Obsession: The Problem of the War-Criminals -- 5. The War-Crimes Issue Preceding the Bonn Republic -- 6. The Politicization of the War-Criminal Question -- (1949-50) -- 7. The Debate Under the Sign of Rearmament -- (1950-51) -- 8. A "General Treaty" instead of a "General Amnesty" -- (1951-52) -- 9. The Windup of the War-Criminal Problem -- PART III : Fixing Past-Political Limits: Judicial Norms and Allied -- Intervention -- 10. The Hedler Affair and the Establishment of Criminal-Legal Norms (1950) -- 11. The Rise and Banning of the Socialist Reich Party -- (1951-52) -- 12. The Naumann Affair and the Role of the Allies -- (1953) -- Conclusion.
Physical Description xv, 479 pages ; 24 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherNew York : Columbia University Press
NotesIncludes bibliographical references (pages 417–459) and index
RecognitionGifted in 2011 by Stuart Michelson

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