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    • Schmid, Sanela (2020)
      The “Independent State of Croatia,” occupied by Germany and Italy, is a laboratory for investigating Nazi and Fascist notions of empire, occupation, and the enforcement of power. For the first time, Sanela Schmid draws on ...
    • Feindt, Gregor; Hillbrenner, Anke; Dahlmann, Dittmar (2018-08-13)
      Sport was an integral part of life in camps during the twentieth century, even in Nazi concentrations camps or in the Soviet Gulag. Traditionally perceived as a symbol of equality, play, and peacefulness, sport under such ...
    • Lutjens, Richard (2018-04-01)
      "Between 1941 and 1945, some 6,500 Berlin Jews, in fear for their lives, made the choice to flee their impending deportations and live submerged in the shadows of the capital of Nazi Germany. The experience was brutally ...
    • Schaller, Berndt (2006)
      The book "Synagogues in Göttingen: departures and ceasing of Jewish life," deals with the 700-year history of Jewish life in Göttingen and the various synagogues that have been existing since the beginning of the 14th Century.
    • Schaller, Berndt, (2006)
      The book "Synagogues in Göttingen: departures and ceasing of Jewish life," deals with the 700-year history of Jewish life in Göttingen and the various synagogues that have been existing since the beginning of the 14th Century.
    • von dem Knesebeck, Julia (2011-06-01)
      Thirty years passed before it was accepted, in West Germany and elsewhere, that the Roma (Germany's Gypsies) had been Holocaust victims. And, similarly, it took thirty years for the West German state to admit that the ...
    • Gigliotti, Simone (2009-07-01)
      Deportations by train were critical in the Nazis’ genocidal vision of the “Final Solution of the Jewish Question.” Historians have estimated that between 1941 and 1944 up to three million Jews were transported to their ...
    • Braber, Ben (2013)
      In this book Ben Braber answers the question how the integration of Jews into Dutch society influenced Jewish resistance during the German occupation of the Netherlands in the second world war. This study highlights the ...
    • Borggräfe, Henning; Höschler, Christian; Panek, Isabel (2020)
      After World War II, tracing and documenting Nazi victims emerged against the background of millions of missing persons and early compensation proceedings. This was a process in which the Allies, international aid organizations, ...
    • Hodge, Freda (2018-12-01)
      In this collection Freda Hodge retrieves early voices of Holocaust survivors. Men, women and children relate experiences of deportation and ghettoisation, forced labour camps and death camps, death marches and liberation. ...