A History of the Holocaust (Single Title: Social Studies) (Revised)

A History of the Holocaust (Single Title: Social Studies) (Revised)

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Table of Contents

        List of Maps                               10 (1)
List of Tables and Charts 11 (2)
Preface 13 (2)
Who Are The Jews? 15 (21)
Christianity and the Developing Jewish 19 (4)
Civilization
Jewish Reactions Until Modern Times 23 (2)
Jewish Mysticism and Messianism 25 (3)
Jewish Social and Economic Life in the 28 (8)
Diaspora
Liberalism, Emancipation, and Antisemitism 36 (25)
Social and Political Developments in 38 (6)
Eastern Europe
The Ideological and Organizational 44 (3)
Structure of Nineteenth Century Jewish
Society
The Results of Emancipation 47 (1)
Modern Antisemitism 48 (7)
Political Antisemitism 55 (2)
Jewish Reactions 57 (4)
Zionism and Palestine 57 (2)
The Bund 59 (1)
Anti-Zionist and Other Reactions 59 (2)
World War I and Its Aftermath 61 (20)
The Background: 1914-1918 61 (5)
Genocide of the Armenians 65 (1)
The Background: 1918-1933 66 (4)
Soviet Jewry 70 (3)
British and French Jewry 73 (1)
Antisemitism in Britain and France 73 (1)
American Jewry 74 (2)
The New Jewish Center in the United States 76 (3)
Jewish Reactions 79 (2)
The Weimar Republic 81 (20)
The Revolutionary Era 81 (3)
Social and Economic Problems 84 (2)
Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party 86 (11)
Nazi Antisemitism 97 (4)
The Evolution of Nazi Jewish Policy, 1933-1938 101(20)
German Foreign Policy 104(2)
Nazi Antisemitic Policy 106(15)
German Jewry in the Prewar Era, 1933-1938 121(26)
Jewish Emigration 131(11)
Christianity and the Nazis 142(5)
Poland---The Siege Begins 147(36)
The German Invasion 147(3)
The Jews in Prewar Poland 150(3)
The Jews in Occupied Poland 153(2)
The German Plan for Jewish Containment 155(5)
The Ghettoes 160(11)
The Jewish Councils---the Judenrate 171(2)
Four Jewish Councils 173(10)
The Lodz Judenrat 173(3)
The Vilna (Vilnius) Judenrat 176(2)
The Warsaw Judenrat 178(3)
The Minsk Judenrat 181(2)
Life in the Ghettoes 183(26)
Ghettoes in Poland 183(13)
The Will to Survive 186(4)
Religious Life 190(3)
Education and Cultural Activity 193(1)
Youth Movements 194(1)
Historical Documentation 195(1)
Ghettoes in the USSR 196(7)
Kovno 197(6)
Terezin (Theresienstadt)---the ``Model'' 203(3)
Ghetto
The Limits of Unarmed Resistance 206(3)
The ``Final Solution'' 209(39)
The Wannsee Conference 220(7)
Concentration and Death Camps 227(21)
Auschwitz 234(14)
West European Jewry, 1940--1944 248(18)
France 248(11)
The Southern (Vichy) Zone 250(1)
The Northern Zone 251(5)
Algerian Jews Under Vichy Rule 256(1)
The Italian-Occupied Zone of France 257(2)
Belgium 259(3)
Holland 262(4)
Resistance 266(41)
Armed Resistance 271(2)
The Attitude Toward Resistance in the Ghetto 273(1)
Other Problems of Armed Resistance 274(1)
The Warsaw Ghetto Rebellion 275(11)
The Bialystock Ghetto Rebellion 286(3)
The Resistance in Vilna 289(2)
Resistance in Other Ghettoes 291(1)
Partisans in Eastern Europe 292(1)
Resistance in Camps 293(3)
Resistance in Western Europe 296(11)
Rescue? 307(25)
Summary, 1935--1939 307(3)
Poland and Lithuania, 1939--1941 310(2)
Jewish-Gentile Relations in Eastern Europe 312(6)
The Avenue of the Righteous 315(3)
The Rescue of Bulgarian Jews 318(1)
Rescue Operations in Western Europe 319(5)
France 319(3)
Denmark 322(2)
The Attitudes of the Major Powers 324(8)
The USSR, 1939--1942 324(1)
The United States, 1939--1942 325(1)
Britain, 1939--1942 326(2)
Public Information About the Holocaust, 328(4)
1942--1944
The Last Years of the Holocaust, 1943-1945 332(58)
Romania 334(4)
The Rescue Negotiations 338(18)
Slovakia 338(3)
Hungary 341(5)
The War Refugee Board 346(2)
Trucks for Lives 348(4)
The Mayer Negotiations 352(4)
The War Ends 356(4)
Was Rescue by Negotiation Possible? 360(1)
The Holocaust---Summing Up 361(29)
What ``Caused'' the Holocaust? 361(2)
Holocaust and Genocide---Is There a 363(2)
Difference?
Theodicy---Where Was God? Where Was Man? 365(1)
Consequences of the Holocaust 366(24)
Aftermath and Revival 390
APPENDIX 383(3)
Himmler's ``Reflections on the Treatment of
Peoples of Alien Races in the East''
Notes 386(20)
Bibliography 406(10)
Index 416