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Hitler's shadow war : the Holocaust and World War II / Donald M. McKale.

By: Material type: TextTextPublication details: New York : Cooper Square Press : Distributed by National Book Network, 2002.Edition: 1st Cooper square press edDescription: xvii, 541 p., [12] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cmISBN:
  • 0815412118 (Cloth : alk. paper)
Other title:
  • Holocaust and World War II
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 943/.004924 21
LOC classification:
  • DS135.G3315 M43 2002
Online resources:
Contents:
Germany and the rise of Hitler -- 2. The Nazi revolution and German Jews, 1933 -- 3. The revolution ends? Between anti-Jewish violence and legislation, 1933-36 -- 4. Foreign aggression and the "Jewish question, " 1936-38 -- 5. The final steps to war and intensification of Jewish persecution, 1938-39 -- 6. The beginning of racial war, 1939-40 -- 7. Expanding the racial war, 1940 -- 8. The racial war in the east, 1941 -- 9. Repercussions of the war and decision for the final solution -- 10. The killing centers and deportations of Polish Jewry, 1942 -- 11. Attempted revolts, Auschwitz, and the beginning deportations of European Jewry, 1942 -- 12. Growing Jewish resistance and continued deportations, 1943 -- 13. Expansion of Auschwitz, Allied victories, and more deportations, 1943-44 -- 14. The final solution amid German defeat, 1944-45 -- 15. Bystanders: the world and the Holocaust, 1942-44 -- 16. Rescue, relief, and war crimes trials -- 17. The perpetrators: types, motives, and the post-war era -- 18. The victims: destruction, resistance, and memory -- 19. Learning from the Holocaust.
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Book Book Karen H. Huntsman Library Main Book Collection - Second Level DS135.G3315 M43 2002 1 Available 38060007128556
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Includes index.

Germany and the rise of Hitler -- 2. The Nazi revolution and German Jews, 1933 -- 3. The revolution ends? Between anti-Jewish violence and legislation, 1933-36 -- 4. Foreign aggression and the "Jewish question, " 1936-38 -- 5. The final steps to war and intensification of Jewish persecution, 1938-39 -- 6. The beginning of racial war, 1939-40 -- 7. Expanding the racial war, 1940 -- 8. The racial war in the east, 1941 -- 9. Repercussions of the war and decision for the final solution -- 10. The killing centers and deportations of Polish Jewry, 1942 -- 11. Attempted revolts, Auschwitz, and the beginning deportations of European Jewry, 1942 -- 12. Growing Jewish resistance and continued deportations, 1943 -- 13. Expansion of Auschwitz, Allied victories, and more deportations, 1943-44 -- 14. The final solution amid German defeat, 1944-45 -- 15. Bystanders: the world and the Holocaust, 1942-44 -- 16. Rescue, relief, and war crimes trials -- 17. The perpetrators: types, motives, and the post-war era -- 18. The victims: destruction, resistance, and memory -- 19. Learning from the Holocaust.

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