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Crimes of war : guilt and denial in the twentieth century

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Crimes of war : guilt and denial in the twentieth century
Call No: 364.138 C929 (in processing)

Call Number364.138 C929 (in processing)
Dates2002; ©2002
Statement of Responsibility[edited by] Omer Bartov, Atina Grossmann, Mary Nolan.
Creators & ContributorsBartov, Omer (author)
Grossmann, Atina (author)
Nolan, Mary (author)
Neier, Aryeh (author)
Reemtsma, Jan Philipp (author)
Friedländer, Saul (author)
Browning, Christopher R. (author)
Boll, Bernd (author)
Hirsch, Marianne (author)
Schwarz, Gudrun (author)
Biess, Frank (author)
Moeller, Robert G. (author)
Weiner, Amir (author)
Dower, John W. (author)
Young, Marilyn (author)
Deutschland. Wehrmacht (subject)
Summary"How do societies remember, or forget, the wartime atrocities their soldiers and citizens may have committed? In Crimes of War, leading historians explore this difficult and troubling question. Featuring original contributions on the actions of the United States in Vietnam and Korea, the Japanese in China, and the Germans during World War II, the contributors offer valuable comparative insight into the explosive politics of memory that surrounds debate over past war crimes." —Back cover
ContentsIntroduction / Omer Bartov, Atina Grossmann, and Mary Nolan -- War and war crimes: a brief history Aryeh Neier -- On war crimes / Jan Philipp Reemtsma -- The Wehrmacht, German society, and the knowledge of the mass extermination of the Jews / Saul Friedländer -- The Wehrmacht in Serbia revisited / Christopher R. Browning -- The Wehrmacht exhibition controversy: the politics of evidence / Omer Bartov -- Zloczów, July 1941: the Wehrmacht and the beginning of the Holocaust in Galicia: from a criticism of photographs to a revision of the past / Bernd Boll -- Nazi photographs in post-Holocaust art: gender as an idiom of memorialization / Marianne Hirsch -- "During total war, we girls want to be where we can really accomplish something": what women do in wartime / Gudrun Schwarz -- Between amnesty and anti-communism: the West German Kameradenschinder trials, 1948–1960 / Frank Biess -- "In a thousand years, every German will speak of this battle": celluloid memories of Stalingrad / Robert G. Moeller -- When memory counts: war, genocide, and postwar Soviet Jewry / Amir Weiner -- "An aptitude for being unloved": war and memory in Japan / John W. Dower -- An incident at No Gun Ri / Marilyn Young
Physical Description xxxiv, 344 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherNew York : The New Press;Distributed by New York : W. W. Norton & Company, Inc.
NotesIncludes bibliographical references (pages [259]-323) and index
RecognitionGifted in 2019 by Kit Krieger in memory of Else Dunner (z'l)