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How the Holocaust looks now : international perspectives / edited by Martin L. Davies and Claus-Christian W. Szejnmann.


  • ISBN: 0230001475 (cloth)
  • ISBN: 9780230001473 (cloth)
  • Description: xxxix, 282 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
  • Publisher: Basingstoke [England] ; Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Note: Introduction : how the Holocaust looks now / Claus-Christian W. Szejnmann and Martin L. Davies -- The ark of innocence : morality and memory after Auschwitz / Eveline Goodman-Thau -- "One goes left to the Russians, the other goes right to the Americans" : family recollections of the Holocaust in Europe / Olaf Jensen -- Bringing the Holocaust home : Danish and Dutch third generation's struggle to make sense of the Holocaust / Isabella Matauschek -- Verbalising the Holocaust : oral/audiovisual testimonies of Holocaust survivors in the United States / Maria Ecker -- Christa Wolf's Patterns of childhood : an East German confrontation with the Nazi past / Peter J. Graves -- The presence of the Shoah in daily discourse in Israel / Esther Hertzog -- The undivided sky : the Auschwitz trial on East and West German radio / René Wolf -- The Holocaust as a history-cultural phenomenon / Klas-Göran Karlsson -- Between the Holocaust and Trianon : historical culture in Hungary / Kristian Gerner -- The Holocaust in Ukrainian historical culture / Johan Dietsch -- A tale of a former shtetl : the memory of Jews and the Holocaust in Poland / Barbara Törnquist Plewa -- Heroic images : Raoul Wallenberg as a history-cultural symbol / Ulf Zander -- Holocaust survivors and early Israeli Holocaust research and commemoration : a reappraisal / Boaz Cohen -- "Auschwitz in the museum?" : Holocaust memory between history and moralism / Simone Lässig and Karl Heinrich Pohl -- The establishment of national memorials to the Nazi past : Yad Vashem, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, and the Topography of Terror Foundation / Matthias Hass -- Filling the void : representing the history of Bergen-Belsen for a new generation / Rainer Schulze -- Visiting memorials : a worthwhile cathartic experience or "a waste of time and money"? / Jochen Fuchs -- History and memory : Saul Friedländer's historiography of the Shoah / Karolin Machtans -- What kinds of narratives can present the unpresentable? / Tatiana Weiser -- The possibilities and problems of narrating the facts / Veronika Zangl -- Maus, toys, and him : contemporary fine art as a reflection on the reception of history / Mirjam Wenzel -- "Education after Auschwitz" revisited / Martin L. Davies -- Anti-semitism today / Wolfgang Benz.
Davies, Martin L. (Added Author). Szejnmann, Claus-Christian W., 1965- (Added Author).