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Collaboration with the Nazis : Public Discourse after the Holocaust

By: Stauber, Roni.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Routledge Jewish Studies Series: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2010Description: 1 online resource (320 p.).ISBN: 9780203851715.Subject(s): Historiography - Europe, Eastern | Historiography - Europe, Western | Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Historiography | Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Public opinion | Public opinion - Europe, Eastern | Public opinion - Europe, Western | World War, 1939-1945 - Collaborationists - Europe, Eastern | World War, 1939-1945 - Collaborationists - Europe, Western | World War, 1939-1945 - Collaborationists - Historiography | World War, 1939-1945 - Collaborationists - Public opinionGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Collaboration with the Nazis : Public Discourse after the HolocaustDDC classification: 940.53/18 | 940.53163 | 940.5318 LOC classification: D802.E92C656 2010Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Book Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Notes on the contributors; Acknowledgments; 1 Introduction; Part I: Occupied countries: The Communist bloc; 2 Where the past is never past: Holocaust memory in post-Communist Poland; 3 Collaboration in Ukraine during the Holocaust: Aspects of historiography and research; 4 Popular collaboration in the Baltic States: Between evasion and facing a burdensome past; Part II: Occupied countries: The Western world; 5 Failures and mistakes: Images of collaboration in postwar Dutch society; 6 Turning a blind eye: Aspects of Holocaust memory in Belgium
7 Between tradition and new departure: The dilemmas of collaboration in Denmark8 Collaboration in the deportation of Norway's Jews: Changing views and representations; 9 Strategies of evasion: Avoiding the issue of collaboration and indifference during the Holocaust in Greece; Part III: Germany's allies; 10 Collaboration and collaborators in Vichy France: An unfinished debate; 11 Holocaust and collaboration in Slovakia in the postwar discourse; 12 Oblivion and denial in the Italian postwar resistance ethos; 13 Hungary: continuing trials of war and memory
14 Romania's tortuous road to facing collaborationBibliography; Index
Summary: This book examines the changes in representing collaboration, during the Holocaust, especially in the destruction of European Jewry, in the public discourse and the historiography of various countries in Europe that were occupied by the Germans, or were considered, at least during part of the war, as Germany's allies or satellites. In particular, it shows how representations and responses have been conditioned by national and political trends and constraints.  As historical background to the issues of postwar collective memory and public discourse, it includes references to and short descri
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Book Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Notes on the contributors; Acknowledgments; 1 Introduction; Part I: Occupied countries: The Communist bloc; 2 Where the past is never past: Holocaust memory in post-Communist Poland; 3 Collaboration in Ukraine during the Holocaust: Aspects of historiography and research; 4 Popular collaboration in the Baltic States: Between evasion and facing a burdensome past; Part II: Occupied countries: The Western world; 5 Failures and mistakes: Images of collaboration in postwar Dutch society; 6 Turning a blind eye: Aspects of Holocaust memory in Belgium

7 Between tradition and new departure: The dilemmas of collaboration in Denmark8 Collaboration in the deportation of Norway's Jews: Changing views and representations; 9 Strategies of evasion: Avoiding the issue of collaboration and indifference during the Holocaust in Greece; Part III: Germany's allies; 10 Collaboration and collaborators in Vichy France: An unfinished debate; 11 Holocaust and collaboration in Slovakia in the postwar discourse; 12 Oblivion and denial in the Italian postwar resistance ethos; 13 Hungary: continuing trials of war and memory

14 Romania's tortuous road to facing collaborationBibliography; Index

This book examines the changes in representing collaboration, during the Holocaust, especially in the destruction of European Jewry, in the public discourse and the historiography of various countries in Europe that were occupied by the Germans, or were considered, at least during part of the war, as Germany's allies or satellites. In particular, it shows how representations and responses have been conditioned by national and political trends and constraints.  As historical background to the issues of postwar collective memory and public discourse, it includes references to and short descri

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<p>Roni Stauber is Schusterman Visiting Professor in Israeli Studies at Rutgers University and Senior Research Fellow at the Stephen Roth Institute for the Study of Contemporary Rascism and Anti-Semitism at Tel Aviv University.</p>

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