Yad Vashem Studies

No. 2

Edited by David Silberklang

Format: Softcover

Pages: 252

ISBN: 978-965-308-557-2


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Table of Contents: Introduction; Eberhard Jäckel on Hitler’s Weltanschauung and the Holocaust (Ian Kershaw); Eberhard Jäckel and the Research in Israel on Nazi Germany and the “Final Solution”: A Personal Account (Otto Dov Kulka); Rural Hubs of Early Destruction: The Waterworks’ Camps in the Lublin District, 1940–1942 (Frank Grelka); The Exploitation of Jewish Labor in the Radom District During the First Months of the War (Idit Gil); Establishing the Image of the Jew: Early German Media – Reporting About the Jews in Poland (Daniel Uziel); Polka-Katoliczka and the Holocaust: The Enigma of Zofia Kossak (Rachel Feldhay Brenner); Holocaust Testimonies and Historical Writing: Debates, Innovations, and Problems in the Early Postwar Period (Boaz Cohen); Reviews: Trying to Make Amends – France and the Jews: Review of Shannon L. Fogg, Stealing Home: Looting, Restitution, and Reconstructing Jewish Lives in France, 1942–1947 (Richard I. Cohen); Grasping the Nettle – Romania and the Holocaust: Review of Simon Geissbühler, ed., Romania and the Holocaust: Events, Contexts, Aftermath (Dennis Deletant); Nationality and Personality – Jews in Imperial Japan’s Greater East Asia: Review of Meron Medzini, Under the Shadow of the Rising Sun: Japan and the Jews during the Holocaust Era (Ricky W. Law); The Imperative of Integration: Review of Anton Weiss-Wendt, On the Margins: Essays on the History of Jews in Estonia (Richards Plavnieks); “There Are Things I Wanted to Say”, There Are Things Worth Listening To: Review of Mehnaz M. Afridi, Shoah through Muslim Eyes (Haim Saadoun); Letter: Some Remarks Following the Death of Prof. Yeshayahu Jelinek (Dominique Trimbur)