Holocaust Europe, the World, and the Jews, 1918-1945

ISBN-10: 0205568416
ISBN-13: 9780205568413
Edition: 2013
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List price: $70.95
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 11/16/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 400
Size: 8.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.552

Norman J.W. Goda is the Norman and Irma Braman Professor of Holocaust Studies at the University of Florida. His publications include Tomorrow the World: Hitler, Northwest Africa and the Path Towards America (1998); Tales from Spandau: Nazi Criminals and the Cold War (2007); and The Holocaust: Europe, the World, and the Jews (2013).

Maps
Preface
A Note on Place Names
The Jewish Question to Modern Times
A People Apart: World War I and Its Aftermath
Adolf Hitler, the Nazi Party, and the Jews
The Tide of Persecution, 1933-1939
No Safe Haven: The World and the Jewish Question, 1933-1939
The Assault on Poland's Jews, 1939-1941
Western Europe, the War, and the Jews, 1939-1942
Other Enemies: Steps Toward Mass Murder
War of Extermination: The Campaign in the USSR, 1941
The Holocaust in the USSR: Jewish and World Response, 1941-1944
Aktion Reinhard: The Final Solution in Poland, 1942-1943
Auschwitz: The Final Solution in Europe, 1941-1943
Rescue: The Final Solution Interrupted, 1942-1943
Hitler's Southeastern Allies and the Hungarian Jewish Catastrophe, 1941-1944
The Reich's Destruction and the Jews, 1944-1945
Legacies, 1945-Present
Bibliography
Index
Maps
Preface
A Note on Place Names
The Jewish Question to Modern Times
Jews and Christians in the Ancient World
Ashkenazic Jewry in the Middle Ages
Emancipation and Acculturation in Western Europe
Jews in Poland and the Pale of Settlement
Modern Antisemitism
A People Apart: World War I and Its Aftermath
The Embrace of Mass Violence
Germany's Defeat and the Early Weimar Republic
Jews in Postwar Poland and Romania
The Zionist Solution
Other Destinations: The Americas and Europe
Adolf Hitler, the Nazi Party, and the Jews
Adolf Hitler's Early Years
Hitler and the Jewish Enemy
How Hitler Came To Power
The Nazi Police State
The Tide of Persecution, 1933-1939
Propaganda: The Nazi Representation of Jews
Anti-Jewish Measures, 1933-1935
Readying for War
The Nazi Effect in Eastern Europe
Kristallnacht
No Safe Haven: The World and the Jewish Question, 1933-1939
Jewish Responses to Persecution
Palestine, the Arab Revolt and the White Paper
The Jewish Question on the World Stage
Desperation: The evian Conference And After
The Vatican and the Jewish Question
The Assault on Poland's Jews, 1939-1941
The Nazi Assault on Poland
Schemes for Jewish Colonization
Ghettoization in Poland
Jewish Councils
Jewish Self-Help, the JDC, and the Underground
Western Europe, the War, and the Jews, 1939-1942
German Jews in Wartime
Germany and the Jews of the Netherlands, 1940-42
Vichy France, the Germans and the Jews, 1940-1942
Was Escape Still Possible? -- Aliyah Bet
Other Escape Routes: The Americas and Asia
Other Enemies: Steps Toward Mass Murder
The Ad-Hoc Killing of Social Outsiders
Foray into Mass Murder: Killing the Disabled
Alien Elements: Africans and Gypsies
Hitler's Southeastern Allies: Romania
Hitler's Southeastern Allies: Croatia
War of Extermination: The Campaign in the USSR, 1941
Preparing Mass Murder
Jews in the USSR on the Eve of Barbarossa
The Onslaught: Pogroms
The Onslaught: Systematic Shooting
Romania's War on the Jews
The Holocaust in the USSR: Jewish and World Response, 1941-1944
Jewish Reactions: Recognition and Survival
Varieties of Jewish Leadership
Jewish Resistance in the USSR
The Soviets, the Allies, and the Holocaust in the USSR
Aktion Reinhard: The Final Solution in Poland, 1942-1943
The Decision to Kill Europe's Jews
Aktion Reinhard and Poland's Jews
Word Leaks: From the Ghettos to the Allies
Warsaw: From Deportation to Uprising
The End of Aktion Reinhard
Auschwitz: The Final Solution in Europe, 1941-1943
Auschwitz
The Destruction of Reich's Jews
The Destruction of the Jews of the Netherlands
Vichy, the French, and the Jews
The Allies and the Bermuda Conference
Rescue: The Final Solution Interrupted, 1942-1943
The Nazis and the Jews of the Middle East
The Germans, the Japanese and the Shanghai Ghetto
Rescue in the North
Italy and the Final Solution
The Silence of the Vatican
Hitler's Southeastern Allies and the Hungarian Jewish Catastrophe, 1941-1944
Romania Reconsiders
The Survival of Bulgaria's Jews
Hungary, the Jews, and the War
The German Occupation and the Holocaust in Hungary
Jewish Leaders and the Hungarian Catastophe
The Allies and the Hungarian Jews
The Reich's Destruction and the Jews, 1944-1945
Auschwitz: The Final Act
Budapest under the Arrow Cross
From Evacuations to Death Marches
Himmler's Bargains and the Reich's Destruction
Legacies, 1945-Present
Refugees
Justice in Occupied Germany
Justice, Politics and Holocaust Narrative in Europe
Germany and the Nazi Past
Jewish Memorialization
Bibliography
Index

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