Hitler's Jewish soldiers : the untold story of Nazi racial laws and men of Jewish descent in the German military
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Hitler's Jewish soldiers : the untold story of Nazi racial laws and men of Jewish descent in the German military

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Hitler's Jewish soldiers : the untold story of Nazi racial laws and men of Jewish descent in the German military
Call No: 943.086 R56h

Call Number943.086 R56h
Dates[2002]; ©2002
Statement of ResponsibilityBryan Mark Rigg.
Creators & ContributorsRigg, Bryan Mark (author)
SummaryAn investigation of men whom the Nazis classified as Jews or "partial-Jews" (Mischlinge) serving in the German armed forces during the Second World War.
Contents
  1. Who is a Jew?
  2. Who is a Mischling?
  3. Assimilation and the Jewish experience in the German armed forces
  4. Racial policy and the Nuremberg Laws, 1933–1939
  5. The policy toward Mischlinge tightens, 1940–1943
  6. Turning point and forced labor, 1943–1944
  7. Exemptions from the racial laws granted by Hitler
  8. The process of obtaining an exemption
  9. What did Mischlinge know about the Holocaust?
Physical Description xxi, 433 pages, 63 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherLawrence, KS : University Press of Kansas
NotesIncludes bibliographical references (pages 383–404) and index
RecognitionGifted in 2013 by Evelyn Kahn