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Title
Networks of Nazi persecution
Type
Text
Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
Geographic Coverage
Germany
Europe
Classification
LCC: D804.3 .N483 2006 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 940.53/181 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2004043734
Table Of Contents
The Holocaust as division-of-labor-based crime: evidence and analytical challenges / Gerald D. Feldman and Wolfgang Seibel
Rivalry and competition / Christian Gerlach
The SS Security Service and the Gestapo in the National Socialist persecution of the Jews, 1933-1938 / Wolfgang Dierker
'Aryanization' and the role of the German great banks, 1933-1938 / Dieter Ziegler
The looting of Jewish property and Franco-German rivalry, 1940-1944 / Philippe Verheyde
Seizure of Jewish property and inter-agency rivalry in the Reich and in the occupied Soviet territories / Martin C. Dean
The polycratic nature of art looting: the dynamic balance of the Third Reich / Jonathan Petropoulos
The Holocaust and corruption / Frank Bajohr
Cooperation and collaboration / Gerhard Hirschfeld and Wolfgang Seibel
The looting of Jewish property and the German financial administration / Alfons Kenkmann
Organized looting: the Nazi seizure of Jewish property in the Netherlands, 1940-1945 / Gerard Aalders
Perpetrator networks and the Holocaust: the spoliation of Jewish property in France, 1940-1944 / Marc Olivier Baruch
'Ethnic resettlement' and inter-agency cooperation in the occupied eastern territories / Isabel Heinemann
The 'reibungslose' Holocaust? the German military and civilian implementations of the 'final solution' in Ukraine, 1941-1944 / Wendy Lower
A bureaucratic Holocaust: toward a new consensus / Michael Thad Allen
Local initiatives, central coordination: German municipal administration and the Holocaust / Wolf Gruner
The Reichskristallnacht and the insurance industry: the politics of damage control / Gerald D. Feldman
More than just a metaphor: the network concept and its potential in Holocaust research / Jörg Raab
Restraining or radicalizing? division of labor and persecution effectiveness / Wolfgang Seibel.
Authorized Access Point
Feldman, Gerald D. Networks of Nazi persecution
Authorized Access Point Variant
Seibel, Wolfgang, 1953- Networks of Nazi persecution