restricted access   Volume 32, Number 1, Spring 2018

Table of Contents

Landscapes of the Uprooted: Displacement in Postwar Europe

pp. 1-7

Who Was ‘Worthy’? : How Empathy Drove Policy Decisions about the Uprooted in Occupied Germany, 1945–1948

pp. 8-28

All Under One Roof: Persecutees, DPs, Expellees, and the Housing Shortage in Occupied Germany

pp. 29-48

Survivor Caregivers and Child Survivors: Rebuilding Lives and the Home in the Postwar Period

pp. 49-65

Between Expulsion and Rescue: The Transports for German-speaking Jews of Czechoslovakia in 1946

pp. 66-92

A Community of Will: The Resettlement of Orthodox Jewish DPs from Föhrenwald

pp. 93-110

Book Reviews

Deutsche Herrschaft, ukrainischer Nationalismus, antijüdische Gewalt: Der Sommer 1941 in der Westukraine by Kai Struve (review)

pp. 111-113

The State, Antisemitism, and Collaboration in the Holocaust: The Borderlands of Romania and the Soviet Union by Diana Dumitru (review)

pp. 113-116

Witnessing the Robbing of the Jews: A Photographic Album, Paris, 1940–1944 by Sarah Gensburger, and: Geographies of the Holocaust ed. by Anne Kelley Knowles, Tim Cole, and Alberto Giordano (review)

pp. 116-120

Hitler’s Religion: The Twisted Beliefs that Drove the Third Reich by Richard Weikart (review)

pp. 120-122

The Betrayal: The Nuremberg Trials and German Divergence by Kim Christian Priemel (review)

pp. 122-124

Holocaust Angst: The Federal Republic of Germany and American Holocaust Memory since the 1970s by Jacob S. Eder (review)

pp. 124-126

Holocaust: An American Understanding by Deborah E. Lipstadt (review)

pp. 126-128

Genocide: The Act as Idea by Berel Lang (review)

pp. 128-130

The Crime of All Crimes: Toward a Criminology of Genocide by Nicole Rafter (review)

pp. 130-132

Representing Mass Violence: Conflicting Responses to Human Rights Violations in Darfur by Joachim J. Savelsberg (review)

pp. 132-133

Man or Monster? The Trial of a Khmer Rouge Torturer by Alexander Laban Hinton (review)

pp. 134-135

Recently Published Works in Holocaust and Genocide Studies

pp. 136-169

In Memoriam: John Seymour Conway (1929–2017)

pp. 170-171