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The Emergence of Jewish Ghettos During the Holocaust.

By: Michman, Dan.
Contributor(s): Schramm, Lenn J.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2011Description: 1 online resource (201 p.).ISBN: 9781139009188.Subject(s): Germany --Ethnic relations --History --20th century | Jewish ghettos --Germany --History --20th century | Jews --Germany --Social conditions --20th century | Jews --Segregation --Government policy --Germany --History --20th centuryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Emergence of Jewish Ghettos During the HolocaustDDC classification: 940.53/185 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Introduction; 1 Historiography and Popular Understandings; 2 Ghetto: The Source of the Term and the Phenomenon in the Early Modern Age; 3 Ghetto and Ghettoization as Cultural Concepts in the Modern Age; 4 The Nazis' Anti-Jewish Policy in the 1930s in Germany and the Question of Jewish Residential Districts; 5 First References to the Term "Ghetto" in the Ideological Discourse of the Makers of Anti-Jewish Policy in the Third Reich (1933-1938)
6 The Semantic Turning Point in the Meaning of "Ghetto": Peter-Heinz Seraphim and Das Judentum im osteuropäischen Raum7 The Invasion of Poland and the Emergence of the "Classic" Ghettos; 8 Methodological Interlude: The Term "Ghettoization" and Its Use During the Holocaust Itself and in Later Scholarship; 9 Would the Idea Spread to Other Places? Amsterdam 1941, the Only Attempt to Establish a Ghetto West of Poland; 10 Ghettos During the Final Solution, 1941-1943: The Territories Occupied in Operation Barbarossa
11 Ghettos During the Final Solution Outside the Occupied Soviet Union: Poland, Theresienstadt, Amsterdam, Transnistria, Salonika, and Hungary12 Summary and Conclusions; Bibliography; Index
Summary: This is a linguistic-cultural study of the emergence of Jewish ghettos during the Holocaust.
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Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Introduction; 1 Historiography and Popular Understandings; 2 Ghetto: The Source of the Term and the Phenomenon in the Early Modern Age; 3 Ghetto and Ghettoization as Cultural Concepts in the Modern Age; 4 The Nazis' Anti-Jewish Policy in the 1930s in Germany and the Question of Jewish Residential Districts; 5 First References to the Term "Ghetto" in the Ideological Discourse of the Makers of Anti-Jewish Policy in the Third Reich (1933-1938)

6 The Semantic Turning Point in the Meaning of "Ghetto": Peter-Heinz Seraphim and Das Judentum im osteuropäischen Raum7 The Invasion of Poland and the Emergence of the "Classic" Ghettos; 8 Methodological Interlude: The Term "Ghettoization" and Its Use During the Holocaust Itself and in Later Scholarship; 9 Would the Idea Spread to Other Places? Amsterdam 1941, the Only Attempt to Establish a Ghetto West of Poland; 10 Ghettos During the Final Solution, 1941-1943: The Territories Occupied in Operation Barbarossa

11 Ghettos During the Final Solution Outside the Occupied Soviet Union: Poland, Theresienstadt, Amsterdam, Transnistria, Salonika, and Hungary12 Summary and Conclusions; Bibliography; Index

This is a linguistic-cultural study of the emergence of Jewish ghettos during the Holocaust.

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