ISBN-10: 0521595010

ISBN-13: 9780521595018

Edition: 1999

Authors: Peter Neville, Kathy Baxendale, Richard Brown, David Smith

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This text provides an authoritative and lucid study of the Holocaust. In concise chapters, Peter Neville surveys the history of anti-semitism in Europe and examines the influence on Hitler and the Nazi Party.
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List price: $23.00
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 6/24/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 113
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.440
Language: English

Dr Peter Neville is a Director of the Centre of Applied Pet Ethology (COAPE) group of practices, research and educational services. He is a pet behaviourist and a frequent lecturer and broadcaster on pet behaviour.

The historical debate
The Jewish experience
Notes and references
Anti-Semitism in European and German history
The religious dimension
The Enlightenment
State-sponsored anti-Semitism
German anti-Semitism
Hitler's anti-Semitism
Document case study
Notes and references
Anti-Semitism and the rise of the Nazi Party
The rise of the racist right
German politics, 1919-24
Hitler's 'beerhall Putsch'
The writing of Mein Kampf
The lean years
The Nazi achievement of power
Document case study
Notes and references
The Nazi persecution of the Jews in Germany
Hitler in power: the Jewish response
The shop boycott
The legal assault
The emigration option
The Nuremberg Laws
The Austrian model
One Jew's experience
Document case study
Notes and references
The coming of the Holocaust, 1938-41
The historical debate
The emigration option
Hitler's speech of 30 January 1939
The decision for genocide
A war of revenge
The road to the death camps
The Wannsee Conference
Document case study
Notes and references
The killing machine
The death camps
The problem of resistance
Jewish culture
The Hungarian Jews
Document case study
Notes and references
The foreign reaction to the Holocaust
The foreign reaction to the Nazi accession to power
When the Allies knew
The Vatican
The Protestant churches
War crimes
The Hungarian Jews
Document case study
Notes and references
The Holocaust deniers
Holocaust denial in the United States
Holocaust denial in Europe
The significance of the Holocaust denial
Document case study
Notes and references
East and west: collaboration and the Holocaust experience
The experience of Jews in western Europe
Collaboration with the Nazis
Central and eastern Europe
Document case study
Notes and references
The legacy of the Holocaust
Crime and punishment
Israel and the Holocaust
The non-Jewish world and the Holocaust
The Holocaust in memory
Notes and references
Select bibliography
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