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Author Rosenthal, Gabriele.

Title The Holocaust in Three Generations : Families of Victims and Perpetrators of the Nazi Regime
Edition Second edition
Published Leverkusen-Opladen : Barbara Budrich-Esser, 2010
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Contents Cover; The Holocaust in Three Generations. Families of Victims and Perpetrators of the Nazi Regime; Contents; Preface; Part 1: The Dialogue about the Holocaust in Families of Survivors and Families of Perpetrators; 1. Questions and Method; 2. Similarities and differences in family dialogue; 3. Similarities and differences in public discourse about the Shoah in Israel and West and East Germany; Part 2: Families of Survivors in Israel, West and East Germany; 4. Traumatic family pasts; 5. Surviving together and living apart in Israel and West Germany: The Genzor family
6. The collective trauma of the Lodz Ghetto: the Goldsternfamily7. Surviving as inmate-functionaries: The Shapiro/ Sneidlerfamily; 8. Shared and divided worlds: The Stern family; 9. The Kubiak/Gr├╝nwald family dialogue: blocking out the theme of migration from Israel to East Germany; Part 3: Israeli Families of Forced Emigrants from Germany; 10. Families with grandparents of the ""Youth Aliyah generation; 11. A love-hate relationship with Germany: The Arad family; 12. The intergenerational process of mourning: The families of Fred, Lea, and Nadja Weber
Part 4: East German Families of Forced Emigrants13. Remembering in the light of anti-fascism in East Germany; 14. Anti-fascism as substitute mourning: The Basler family; 15. An anti-fascist ""legend""? The Kaufmann Family; Part 5: Families of Nazi Perpetrators and Accomplices in West and East Germany; 16. National Socialism and Anti-Semitism in Intergenerational Dialogue; 17. Passing the guilt on to the grandchildren: The Sonntag family; 18. We are the victims of history: The Seewald family; Part 6: Two family dialogues compared; 19. Veiling and denying; References; Appendix; Authors
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Subject Holocaust victims' families -- Germany -- Interviews.
Holocaust victims' families -- Israel -- Interviews.
Jewish refugees -- Israel -- Interviews.
Jews, German -- Israel -- Interviews.
Nazis -- Interviews.
Genre/Form Interviews.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 3866497407
9783866497405