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Honorary Aryans : National-Racial Identity and Protected Jews in the Independent State of Croatia

By: Bartulin, Nevenko.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013Description: 1 online resource (102 p.).ISBN: 9781137339126.Subject(s): Jews -- Germany -- Economic conditionsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Honorary Aryans : National-Racial Identity and Protected Jews in the Independent State of CroatiaDDC classification: 949.72 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
""Cover""; ""Half-Title""; ""Title""; ""Copyright""; ""Contents""; ""Introduction ""; ""1 Racial Nationalism and Anti-Semitism, 1782�1918 ""; ""Jews in the Kingdom of Dalmatia�Croatia�Slavonia ""; ""Croatian national ideologies and the question of race ""
""National identity, religion, racial anthropology and the �Jewish question� """"2 Yugoslavism, Jews and Ustasha Ideology, 1918�1941 ""; ""The South Slavic nation state ""; ""The Jews in Yugoslavia ""; ""Racial Yugoslavism and racial anti-Yugoslavism ""
""Ustasha ideas on Croatian ethnic�racial identity """"3 Jews and Honorary Aryans in the Croat Racial State ""; ""The Croatian national community ""; ""Anti-Semitic ideology ""; ""The racial law decrees ""; ""Conclusion ""; ""Bibliography ""; ""Index ""
Summary: From 1941 to 1945, a small number of Jews were given the rights of Aryan citizens in Croatia by the pro-Nazi Utasha regime. This study seeks to explain why these exemptions from Ustasha racial laws came to be, how they were justified by the race theory of the time, and how the ""Croats of the Mosaic faith"" were eventually rejected as racial aliens.
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""Cover""; ""Half-Title""; ""Title""; ""Copyright""; ""Contents""; ""Introduction ""; ""1 Racial Nationalism and Anti-Semitism, 1782�1918 ""; ""Jews in the Kingdom of Dalmatia�Croatia�Slavonia ""; ""Croatian national ideologies and the question of race ""

""National identity, religion, racial anthropology and the �Jewish question� """"2 Yugoslavism, Jews and Ustasha Ideology, 1918�1941 ""; ""The South Slavic nation state ""; ""The Jews in Yugoslavia ""; ""Racial Yugoslavism and racial anti-Yugoslavism ""

""Ustasha ideas on Croatian ethnic�racial identity """"3 Jews and Honorary Aryans in the Croat Racial State ""; ""The Croatian national community ""; ""Anti-Semitic ideology ""; ""The racial law decrees ""; ""Conclusion ""; ""Bibliography ""; ""Index ""

From 1941 to 1945, a small number of Jews were given the rights of Aryan citizens in Croatia by the pro-Nazi Utasha regime. This study seeks to explain why these exemptions from Ustasha racial laws came to be, how they were justified by the race theory of the time, and how the ""Croats of the Mosaic faith"" were eventually rejected as racial aliens.

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<p>Nevenko Bartulin has lectured in twentieth century European and World History at the University of Split, Croatia. His main research interests are nationalism, nation-building, racial theories, and National Socialism in Central and Eastern Europe, with a particular emphasis on the Croatian Ustasha regime and the Independent State of Croatia.</p>

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