Facing the Catastrophe: Jews and Non-Jews in Europe during World War II by Beate KosmalaFacing the Catastrophe: Jews and Non-Jews in Europe during World War II by Beate Kosmala

Facing the Catastrophe: Jews and Non-Jews in Europe during World War II

EditorBeate Kosmala, Georgi Verbeeck

Hardcover | January 1, 2011

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Covering Western and Eastern Europe, this book looks at the Holocaust on the local level. It compares and contrasts the behaviour and attitude of neighbours in the face of the Holocaust. Topics covered include deportation programmes, relations between Jews and Gentiles, violence against Jews, perceptions of Jewish persecution, and reports of the Holocaust in the Jewish and non-Jewish press.
Beate Kosmala is Senior Researcher at The German Resistance Memorial Center, Berlin. Georgi Verbeeck is Professor of German History at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium) and Senior Lecturer at Maastricht University (the Netherlands).
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Title:Facing the Catastrophe: Jews and Non-Jews in Europe during World War IIFormat:HardcoverDimensions:276 pages, 8 × 5 × 1 inPublished:January 1, 2011Publisher:BloomsburyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1845204719

ISBN - 13:9781845204716

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Beate Kosmala and Georgi Verbeeck
1: Jews and Non-Jews in the Aryanisation Process: Comparison of France and the Slovak State, 1939 - 1945
Jean-Marc Dreyfus, Ivan Kamenec and Eduard Niz¿ansk¿
2: Pograms and Massacres during the Summer of 1941 in the Lomya and Bialystock District: The Case of Radzil¿w
Andrzej ¿bikowski
3: Holocaust in the Lithuanian Province: Case Studies of Jurbankas and Utea
Christoph Dieckmann
4: Facing Deportation in Germany and the Netherlands: Survival in Hiding
Marnix Croes and Beate Kosmala
5: Jews and their Social Environment: Perspectives from the Underground Press in Poland and France
Daniel Blatman and Ren¿e Poznanski
6: Cultural Memory and Legal Responses: Holocaust Denial in Belgium and Romania
Mariana Hausleitner and Georgi Verbeeck