1. Intellectuals at Auschwitz: Jean Améry and Primo Levi on the Mind and Its Limits
  2. Jacob Howland
  3. pp. 353-373
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  1. From Perpetrator to Cold-War Pawn: The Atrocities and Trial of Heinz Barth
  2. Gary Bruce
  3. pp. 374-399
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  1. The Austrian Connection: SS and Police Leader Odilo Globocnik and His Staff in the Lublin District
  2. Bertrand Perz
  3. pp. 400-430
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  1. Next to Babi Yar: The Syrets Concentration Camp and the Evolution of Nazi Terror in Kiev
  2. Stanislav Aristov
  3. pp. 431-459
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  1. Hybrid Testimony and Moral Indictment: A Survivor’s Poetic Response to the Mauthausen Nazi Concentration Camp Experience
  2. Siegrun Bubser Wildner
  3. pp. 460-477
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  1. Eyewitness to Genocide: The Operation Reinhard Death Camp Trials, 1955–1966 by Michael S. Bryant (review)
  2. Lawrence Douglas
  3. pp. 478-480
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  1. Holocaust Archaeologies: Approaches and Future Directions by Caroline Sturdy Colls (review)
  2. Robert M. Ehrenreich
  3. pp. 481-483
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  1. Judging “Privileged” Jews: Holocaust Ethics, Representation, and the “Grey Zone,” by Adam Brown (review)
  2. Peter Böhm
  3. pp. 489-492
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  1. Antisemitism in the German Military Community and the Jewish Response, 1914–1938 by Brian E. Crim (review)
  2. Dennis E. Showalter
  3. pp. 495-497
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  1. Bringing the Dark Past to Light: The Reception of the Holocaust in Postcommunist Europe by John-Paul Himka and Joanna Beata Michlic (review)
  2. Harold Marcuse
  3. pp. 497-502
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  1. Soviet Jews in World War II: Fighting, Witnessing, Remembering by Harriet Murav and Gennady Estraikh (review)
  2. Eliyana R. Adler
  3. pp. 502-504
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  1. The Racial Idea in the Independent State of Croatia: Origins and Theory by Nevenko Bartulin (review)
  2. Rory Yeomans
  3. pp. 504-506
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  1. Vanished History: The Holocaust in Czech and Slovak Historical Culture by Tomas Sniegon (review)
  2. Richelle Budd Caplan
  3. pp. 506-509
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  1. The Ethics of Witnessing: The Holocaust in Polish Writers’ Diaries from Warsaw, 1939–1945 by Rachel Feldhay Brenner (review)
  2. Peter Fritzsche
  3. pp. 510-511
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  1. Church Resistance to Nazism in Norway, 1940–1945 by Arne Hassing (review)
  2. Martina Cucchiara
  3. pp. 511-514
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  1. Recently Published Works in Holocaust and Genocide Studies
  2. pp. 515-561
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  1. Research Archives with an Emphasis on the Holocaust
  2. pp. 562-567
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  1. Obituary: In Memoriam: Ezra Mendelsohn
  2. Michael Berenbaum
  3. pp. 568-569
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  1. Obituary: In Memoriam: Henry Krystal
  2. pp. 570-571
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  1. Obituary: In Memoriam: David Cesarani
  2. Martin Dean
  3. pp. 572-574
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  1. Obituary: In Memoriam: Hans Mommsen
  2. Jürgen Matthäus
  3. pp. 575-577
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