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The Holocaust : problems and perspectives of interpretation

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The Holocaust : problems and perspectives of interpretation
Call No: 940.5318 N68h (in processing)

Call Number940.5318 N68h (in processing)
Dates[1997]; ©1997
Statement of Responsibilityedited by Donald L. Niewyk.
ContentsOrigins of the Holocaust -- "It Is the Führer's Wish" / Gerald Fleming -- There Was No Führer Order / Hans Mommsen -- A Product of Euphoria in Victory / Christopher R. Browning -- The Holocaust Experience -- Helpless Victims / Bruno Bettelheim -- The Will to Survive / Terrence Des Pres -- Surviving Extermination Camp Treblinka / Richard Glazer, as told to Gitta Sereny -- Surviving Slave Labor at Maidanek / Alexander Donat -- The Problem of Jewish Resistance -- Two Thousand Years of Jewish Appeasement / Raul Hilberg -- Forms of Jewish Resistance / Yehuda Bauer -- The Cooperation of the Jewish Councils / Isaiah Trunk -- The Motivations of the Killers -- The Nazi Doctors / Robert Jay Lifton -- Ordinary Men / Christopher Browning -- Hitler's Willing Executioners / Daniel Jonah Goldhagen -- Gentiles During the Holocaust -- The Poles Helped Persecute the Jews / Yisrael Gutman and Shmuel Krakowski -- The Poles Were Fellow Victims / Richard C. Lukas -- The German People and Genocide / Ian Kershaw -- Western Europeans and the Jews / Michael R. Marrus and Robert O. Paxton -- Possibilities of Rescue -- The Abandonment of the Jews / David S. Wyman -- Negotiating for Jewish Lives / Yehuda Bauer -- The Failure to Comprehend / Walter Laqueur
Physical Description xiii, 295 pages : illustrations, map ; 21 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherBoston : Houghton Mifflin Company
EditionSecond Edition
NotesIncludes bibliographical references
RecognitionGifted in 2019 by Kit Krieger in memory of Else Dunner (z'l)