Volume 15, Number 3, Summer 2014 (New Series)

Table of Contents

Special Issue: In the Shadow of the Holocaust: Soviet Jewry on the Eastern Front

From the Editors

Soviet Jewry and Soviet History in the Time of War and Holocaust

pp. 471-476
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Articles

Between Life and Death: Why Some Soviet Jews Decided to Leave and Others to Stay in 1941

pp. 477-504
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Hating Soviets—Killing Jews: How Antisemitic Were Local Perpetrators in Southern Ukraine, 1941–42?

pp. 505-533
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Jewish Youth in the Minsk Ghetto: How Age and Gender Mattered

pp. 535-562
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Differing Views among Red Army Personnel about the Nazi Mass Murder of Jews

pp. 563-590
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Reaction

A Colonial History of the Bloodlands

pp. 591-596
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History and Historians

“The Confession of an Atheist Who Became a Scholar of Religion”: Nikolai Semenovich Gordienko’s Last Interview

pp. 597-620
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Review Essays

Cities and Identity, War, and Memory in the Baltic Region

pp. 621-635
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Socialist Worlds of Dissent and Discontent after Stalinism

pp. 637-652
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Reviews

The Testament of Ivan the Terrible

pp. 653-656
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Power and the 18th-Century Nobility

pp. 657-664
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Citizenship in Russia and the Soviet Union

pp. 665-669
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Stalin’s Rule of Terror

pp. 670-675
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Contributors to This Issue

pp. 676-677
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