Yad Vashem Studies

Volume 39:2

By Editor: David Silberklang

Format: Softcover

Pages: 304

ISBN: ISSN:0084-3296


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Table of Contents: Introduction; Wolf Gruner - “The Germans Should Expel the Foreigner Hitler...” Open Protest and Other Forms of Jewish Defiance in Nazi Germany; Geraldien von Frijtag Drabbe Kunzel - The Dutch in the Occupied East and the Holocaust; Hermann F. Weiss - From Reichsautobahnlager to Schmelt Camp: Brande, a Forgotten Holocaust Site in Western Upper Silesia, 1940–1943; Mordechai Altshuler - The Holocaust in the Soviet Mass Media during the War and in the First Postwar Years Re-examined; Joanna B. Michlic - “I will never forget what you did for me during the war”: Rescuer — Rescuee Relationships in the Light of Postwar Correspondence in Poland, 1945–1949; REVIEWS: David Cesarani - The Twisted Road from Auschwitz Daniel Blatman, The Death Marches: The Final Phase of Nazi Genocide; Christoph Dieckmann - The Geography and Memory of 14,000,000 MurdersTimothy Snyder, Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitlerand Stalin; Erich Haberer - Victimized Estonians Murder “Bolshevized Jews”Anton Weiss-Wendt, Murder Without Hatred: Estoniansand the Holocaust; Konrad Kwiet - The Destruction of Jewish Life in German BorderlandsWolf Gruner, Jörg Osterloh, eds., Das “Großdeutsche Reich”und die Juden: Nationalsozialistische Verfolgung in den“angegliederten” Gebieten; Jochen BöhlerA Monumental Project and a Small Miracle - Die Verfolgung und Ermordung der europäischen Judendurch das nationalsozialistische Deutschland 1933–1945; Yechiam WeitzA Man in the Footsteps of His FateTuvia Friling, Who Are You, Léon Berger? The Story ofa Kapo in Auschwitz — History, Memory, and Politics; Letters: Reuven Geva - Letter to the EditorMuch Ado about (Practically) Nothing 287Artur Szyndler replies 297 Contributors 301Instructions for Contributors