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A history of the Holocaust, Yehuda Bauer, with the assistance of Nili Keren

Label
A history of the Holocaust
Title
A history of the Holocaust
Statement of responsibility
Yehuda Bauer, with the assistance of Nili Keren
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Bauer, Yehuda
Dewey number
940.53/18
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
D804.34
LC item number
.B38 2001
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Keren, Nili
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
  • Jews
  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
Target audience
adolescent
Label
A history of the Holocaust, Yehuda Bauer, with the assistance of Nili Keren
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 406-415) and index
Contents
  • 1. Who are the Jews? -- Christianity and the developing Jewish civilization -- Jewish reactions until modern times -- Jewish mysticism and Messianism -- Jewish social and economic life in the diaspora -- 2. Liberalism, emancipation, and antisemitism -- Social and political developments in Eastern Europe -- The ideological and organizational structure of nineteenth century Jewish society -- The results of emancipation -- Modern antisemitism -- Political antisemitism -- Jewish reactions -- Zionism and Palestine -- The Bund -- Anti-Zionist and other reactions -- 3. World War I and its aftermath -- The background : 1914-1918 -- Genocide on the Armenians -- The background : 1918-1933 -- Soviet Jewry -- British and French Jewry -- Antisemitism in Britain and France -- American Jewry -- The new Jewish center in the United States -- Jewish reactions -- 4. The Weimar Republic -- The Revolutionary era -- Social and economic problems -- Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party -- Nazi antisemitism -- 5. The evolution of Nazi Jewish policy, 1933-1938 -- German foreign policy -- Nazi antisemitic policy -- 6. German Jewry in the prewar era, 1933-1938 -- Jewish emigration -- Christianity and the Nazis --
  • 7. Poland, the siege begins -- The German invasion -- The Jews in prewar Poland -- The Jews in occupied Poland -- The German plan for Jewish containment -- The ghettoes -- The Jewish councils, the Judenräte -- Four Jewish councils -- The Lódz Judenrat -- The Vilna (Vilnius) Judenrat -- The Warsaw Judenrat -- The Minsk Judenrat -- 8. Life in the ghettoes -- Ghettoes in Poland -- The will to survive -- Religious life -- Education and cultural activity -- Youth movements -- Historical documentation -- Ghettoes in the USSR -- Kovno -- Terezin (Theresienstadt), the "model" ghetto -- The limits of unarmed resistance -- 9. The "final solution" -- The Wannsee Conference -- Concentration and death camps -- Auschwitz -- 10. West European Jewry, 1940-1944 -- France -- The southern (Vichy) zone -- The northern zone -- Algerian Jews under Vichy rule -- The Italian-occupied zone of France -- Belgium -- Holland -- 11. Resistance -- Armed resistance -- The attitude toward resistance in the ghetto -- Other problems of armed resistance -- The Warsaw ghetto rebellion -- The Bialystock ghetto rebellion -- The resistance in Vilna -- Resistance in other ghettoes -- Partisans in Eastern Europe -- Resistance in camps -- Resistance in Western Europe --
  • 12. Rescue? -- Summary, 1935-1939 -- Poland and Lithuania, 1939-1941 -- Jewish-Gentile relations in Eastern Europe -- The avenue of the righteous -- The rescue of Bulgarian Jews -- Rescue operation in Western Europe -- France -- Denmark -- The attitudes of the major powers -- The USSR, 1939-1942 -- The United States, 1939-1942 -- Britain, 1939-1942 -- Public information about the Holocaust, 1942-1944 -- 13. The last years of the Holocaust, 1943-1945 -- Romania -- The rescue negotiations -- Slovakia -- Hungary -- The War Refugee Board -- Trucks for lives -- The Mayer negotiations -- The war ends -- Was rescue by negotiation possible? -- The Holocaust, summing up -- What "caused" the Holocaust? -- Holocaust and genocide, is there a difference? -- Theodicy, where was god? Where was man? -- Consequences of the Holocaust -- 14. Aftermath and revival -- Appendix. Himmler's "Reflections on the treatment of peoples of alien races in the East."
Edition
Rev. ed.
Extent
1 online resource (432 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations, maps)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035609049
Label
A history of the Holocaust, Yehuda Bauer, with the assistance of Nili Keren
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 406-415) and index
Contents
  • 1. Who are the Jews? -- Christianity and the developing Jewish civilization -- Jewish reactions until modern times -- Jewish mysticism and Messianism -- Jewish social and economic life in the diaspora -- 2. Liberalism, emancipation, and antisemitism -- Social and political developments in Eastern Europe -- The ideological and organizational structure of nineteenth century Jewish society -- The results of emancipation -- Modern antisemitism -- Political antisemitism -- Jewish reactions -- Zionism and Palestine -- The Bund -- Anti-Zionist and other reactions -- 3. World War I and its aftermath -- The background : 1914-1918 -- Genocide on the Armenians -- The background : 1918-1933 -- Soviet Jewry -- British and French Jewry -- Antisemitism in Britain and France -- American Jewry -- The new Jewish center in the United States -- Jewish reactions -- 4. The Weimar Republic -- The Revolutionary era -- Social and economic problems -- Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party -- Nazi antisemitism -- 5. The evolution of Nazi Jewish policy, 1933-1938 -- German foreign policy -- Nazi antisemitic policy -- 6. German Jewry in the prewar era, 1933-1938 -- Jewish emigration -- Christianity and the Nazis --
  • 7. Poland, the siege begins -- The German invasion -- The Jews in prewar Poland -- The Jews in occupied Poland -- The German plan for Jewish containment -- The ghettoes -- The Jewish councils, the Judenräte -- Four Jewish councils -- The Lódz Judenrat -- The Vilna (Vilnius) Judenrat -- The Warsaw Judenrat -- The Minsk Judenrat -- 8. Life in the ghettoes -- Ghettoes in Poland -- The will to survive -- Religious life -- Education and cultural activity -- Youth movements -- Historical documentation -- Ghettoes in the USSR -- Kovno -- Terezin (Theresienstadt), the "model" ghetto -- The limits of unarmed resistance -- 9. The "final solution" -- The Wannsee Conference -- Concentration and death camps -- Auschwitz -- 10. West European Jewry, 1940-1944 -- France -- The southern (Vichy) zone -- The northern zone -- Algerian Jews under Vichy rule -- The Italian-occupied zone of France -- Belgium -- Holland -- 11. Resistance -- Armed resistance -- The attitude toward resistance in the ghetto -- Other problems of armed resistance -- The Warsaw ghetto rebellion -- The Bialystock ghetto rebellion -- The resistance in Vilna -- Resistance in other ghettoes -- Partisans in Eastern Europe -- Resistance in camps -- Resistance in Western Europe --
  • 12. Rescue? -- Summary, 1935-1939 -- Poland and Lithuania, 1939-1941 -- Jewish-Gentile relations in Eastern Europe -- The avenue of the righteous -- The rescue of Bulgarian Jews -- Rescue operation in Western Europe -- France -- Denmark -- The attitudes of the major powers -- The USSR, 1939-1942 -- The United States, 1939-1942 -- Britain, 1939-1942 -- Public information about the Holocaust, 1942-1944 -- 13. The last years of the Holocaust, 1943-1945 -- Romania -- The rescue negotiations -- Slovakia -- Hungary -- The War Refugee Board -- Trucks for lives -- The Mayer negotiations -- The war ends -- Was rescue by negotiation possible? -- The Holocaust, summing up -- What "caused" the Holocaust? -- Holocaust and genocide, is there a difference? -- Theodicy, where was god? Where was man? -- Consequences of the Holocaust -- 14. Aftermath and revival -- Appendix. Himmler's "Reflections on the treatment of peoples of alien races in the East."
Edition
Rev. ed.
Extent
1 online resource (432 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations, maps)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035609049

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