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Author Arad, Yitzhak, 1926-

Title The Holocaust in the Soviet Union / Yitzhak Arad.

Published Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press ; Jerusalem : Yad Vashem, 2009.

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 UniM Bail  940.53180947 ARAD    AVAILABLE
 UniM Bail  940.53180947 ARAD    AVAILABLE
 UniM Bail  940.53180947 ARAD    AVAILABLE
Physical description xvi, 700 p. ; 24 cm.
Series Comprehensive history of the Holocaust
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Pt. 1. The Jews of Russia and the Soviet Union Before World War II -- 1. Jews in Czarist Russia -- 2. Jews in the USSR and in the Annexed Territories between the Two World Wars -- Pt. 2. The Impact of Political and Military Developments on the Jews of Eastern Europe, September 1, 1939, to June 22, 1941 -- 3. German-Soviet Relations and Geopolitical Changes in Eastern Europe -- 4. The Jews in the Soviet Annexed Territories -- 5. Preparations in Germany for the Attack on the Soviet Union and the Annihilation of the Jews -- Pt. 3. The German Attack on the Soviet Union -- 6. Invasion under the Slogan "War on Judeo-Bolshevism" -- 7. Evacuation of the Soviet Population: Jews in Organized and Individual Evacuation -- 8. Anti-Jewish Pogroms during the Early Days of Occupation -- 9. The German Administration in the Occupied Territories and Its Anti-Jewish Policy -- Pt. 4. Mass Murder, First Stage: June 22, 1941, to Winter 1941-42 -- 10. Einsatzgruppen Routes of Advance and Method of Extermination -- 11. Reichskommissariat Ostland: Ghettos and Extermination -- 12. Reichskommissariat Ukraine: Ghettos and Extermination -- 13. Military Administration Areas: Ghettos and Extermination -- 14. Extermination of the Jews of Crimea -- 15. The German Army from "Freedom of Action" for the Einsatzgruppen to Active Collaboration in the Murders -- 16. Persecution of the Jews in District Galicia -- 17. Romania and Transnistria: Expulsion and Mass Murder -- Pt. 5. Mass Murder, Second Stage: From Spring to Late 1942 -- 18. The Killing Actions in Ostland and the Grodno-Volkovysk Region (Generalbezirk Bialystok) -- 19. Annihilation in Reichskommissariat Ukraine -- 20. Mass Murder in District Galicia: Operation Reinhard -- 21. Annihilation in Areas under Military Administration -- 22. Transnistria: Life in the Shadow of Death -- Pt. 6. Mass Murder, Third Stage: From Early 1943 Until the End of German Occupation -- 23. Liquidation of the Last Ghettos in Reichskommissariat Ostland -- 24. Liquidation of the Last Ghettos in Reichskommissariat Ukraine -- 25. Survival in Transnistria -- 26. Action 1005 -- Pt. 7. The Murder of Specific Jewish Groups -- 27. The Murder of Mixed Marriages, Their Offspring, and Jewish Children in Boardinghouses -- 28. The Murder of Jewish Prisoners of War -- 29. Extermination in Ostland of Jews from the Third Reich -- Pt. 8. The Robbery of Jewish Property and Cultural Values -- 30. Confiscation and Plunder -- 31. The Pillage of Cultural Assets -- Pt. 9. Non-Jewish Society and Its Reaction to the Genocide of the Jews -- 32. The Local Population -- 33. The Righteous among the Nations -- 34. Attitudes of the Churches and Clergy toward the German Administration and Its Anti-Jewish Policy -- Pt. 10. The Jews in Their Struggle for Life and in Armed Resistance -- 35. The Individual, the Public, and Jewish Councils in a Battle for Survival -- 36. The Jewish Armed Underground in the Ghettos -- 37. The Jews in Forests and the Partisan Movement -- 38. Blood Account: Casualties and Survivors -- Epilogue: The Holocaust and Soviet Governing Authorities.
Summary "The Holocaust in the Soviet Union is the most complete account to date of the Soviet Jews during World War II and the Holocaust (1941-45). Reports, records, documents, and research previously unavailable in English enable Yitzhak Arad to trace the Holocaust in the German-occupied territories of the Soviet Union through three separate periods in which German political and military goals in the occupied territories dictated the treatment of the Jews."--BOOK JACKET.
Subject Jews -- Persecutions -- Soviet Union -- History -- 20th century.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Soviet Union.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Soviet Union -- Historiography.
Antisemitism -- Soviet Union.
Soviet Union -- History -- German occupation, 1941-1944.
Soviet Union -- Ethnic relations.
ISBN 9780803220591 (cloth : alk. paper)