The Final solution : origins and implementation /

Although there is an immense amount of literature on the 'Final Solution' - the Nazis' attempt to exterminate the Jews of Europe during the Second World War - many critical questions still remain unresolved. The authoritative essays in The Final Solution set out to clarify the origins...

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Other Authors: Cesarani, David.
Format: eBook
Published: London ; New York : Routledge, 1994.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Volksgemeinschaft, 'Aryanization' and the Holocaust / Avraham Barkai
  • Euthanasia and the final solution / Henry Friedlander
  • The idea of the final solution and the role of experts / Benno Müller-Hill
  • Himmler, the architect of genocide / Richard Breitman
  • The relation between Operation Barbarossa as an ideological war of extermination and the final solution / Jürgen Forster
  • Wehrmacht, Einsatzgruppen, Soviet POWs and anti-Bolshevism in the emergence of the final solution / Christian Streit
  • Operation Barbarossa and the origins of the final solution / Omer Bartov
  • Hitler and the euphoria of victory : the path to the final solution / Christopher R. Browning
  • The response of Polish Jewry to the final solution / Yisrael Gutman
  • The Holocaust in Lithuania : some unique aspects / Dina Porat
  • Types of genocide? : Croatians, Serbs and Jews, 1941-5 / Jonathan Steinberg
  • How far did Vichy France 'sabotage' the imperatives of Wannsee? / John P. Fox
  • German public awareness of the final solution / David Bankier
  • Rescue through statehood : the American Zionist response to the Holocaust / Aaron Berman
  • Different worlds : British perceptions of the final solution during the Second World War / Tony Kushner
  • Enmity, indifference or cooperation : the Allies and Yishuv's rescue activists / Dalia Ofer
  • Documents on the Holocaust in archives of the former Soviet Union / Shmuel Krakowski
  • Conclusion : the significance of the final solution / Yehuda Bauer.