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Author Deák, István.

Title Essays on Hitler's Europe / István Deák.

Published Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, [2001]
©2001

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 UniM Bail  940.5318 DEAK    AVAILABLE
Physical description xviii, 222 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1 Germans -- Who Were the National Socialists? 3 -- Who Were the Fascists? 16 -- Perpetrators 23 -- Nazi Past in the Two Germanys 35 -- 2 Jews Among "Aryans" -- In Disguise 47 -- Cold Brave Heart 51 -- 3 Victims -- Incomprehensible Holocaust 67 -- A Mosaic of Victims 89 -- Memories of Hell 94 -- Goldhagen Controversy in Retrospect 100 -- 4 Holocaust in other Lands -- A Ghetto in Lithuania 113 -- Romania: Killing Fields and Refuge 129 -- Europeans and the Holocaust 137 -- A Hungarian Admiral on Horseback 148 -- Holocaust in Hungary 159 -- Poles and Jews 163 -- 5 Onlookers -- Pope, the Nazis, and the Jews 169 -- British and the Americans 185.
Summary Istvan Deak is one of the world's most knowledgeable and clear-headed authorities on the Second World War, and for decades his commentary has been among the most illuminating and influential contributions to the vast discourse on the politics, history, and scholarship of the period. Writing chiefly for the New York Review of Books and the New Republic, Deak has crafted review essays that cover the breadth and depth of the huge literature on this ominous moment in European history when the survival of democracy and human decency were at stake.
Collected here for the first time, these articles chart changing reactions and analyses by the regimes and populations of Europe and reveal how postwar governments, historians, and ordinary citizens attempt to come to terms with -- or to evade -- the realities of the Holocaust, war, fascism, and resistance movements. They track the acts of scoundrels and the collusion of ordinary citizens in the so-called Final Solution but also show how others in authority and on the street heroically opposed the evil of the day. With its depth, conciseness, and interpretive power, this collection allows readers to consider more clearly and completely than ever before what has been said, how thought has shifted, and what we have learned about these momentous, world-changing events.
Subject Jews -- Persecutions -- Europe.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Europe.
National socialism -- Europe.
Fascism -- Europe.
ISBN 0803217161 (alk. paper)
0803266308 (paperback: alk. paper)