Yad Vashem Studies

Volume 35 [2]

By Editor: David Silberklang

Format: Softcover

Pages: 291

ISBN: ISSN:0084-3296


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This issue, dedicated to the memory of Raul Hilberg, opens with Christopher Browning’s article on Hilberg’s seminal contribution to Holocaust studies and continues with Hilberg’s thoughts on the development of Holocaust research. It includes research articles by Yehuda Bauer on Nowogródek and the shtetl in the Holocaust; Judit Pihurik on Hungarian soldiers’ diary comments on Jews in the Hungarian Labor Service; and three articles on post-war remembrance: Netanel Cantorovich on the Soviet press and the Eichmann trial; Lilach Marom on Aktion Sühnezeichen in Israel; and Michal Shaul on Israeli ultra-Orthodox remembrance. Review articles by Sanford Gutman on two books on France; Samuel Kassow on three books on the Lodz ghetto; and Omer Bartov on two books on Polish attitudes towards Jews complete this issue