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Maps Preface A Note on Place Names Chapter 1: The Jewish Question to Modern Times 1.1. Jews and Christians in the Ancient World 1.2. Ashkenazic Jewry in the Middle Ages 1.3. Emancipation and Acculturation in Western Europe 1.4. Jews in Poland and the Pale of Settlement 1.5. Modern Antisemitism Chapter 2: A People Apart: World War I and Its Aftermath 2.1 The Embrace of Mass Violence 2.2 GermanyaEURO (TM)s Defeat and the Early Weimar Republic 2.3 Jews in Postwar Poland and Romania 2.4 The Zionist Solution 2.5 Other Destinations: The Americas and Europe Chapter 3: Adolf Hitler, the Nazi Party, and the Jews 3.1 Adolf HitleraEURO (TM)s Early Years 3.2 Hitler and the Jewish Enemy 3.3 How Hitler Came To Power 3.4 The Nazi Police State Chapter 4: The Tide of Persecution, 1933-1939 4.1 Propaganda: The Nazi Representation of Jews 4.2 Anti-Jewish Measures, 1933-1935 4.3 Readying for War 4.4 The Nazi Effect in Eastern Europe 4.5 Kristallnacht Chapter 5: No Safe Haven: The World and the Jewish Question, 1933-1939 5.1 Jewish Responses to Persecution 5.2 Palestine, the Arab Revolt and the White Paper 5.3 The Jewish Question on the World Stage 5.4 Desperation: The A0/00vian Conference And After 5.5 The Vatican and the Jewish Question Chapter 6: The Assault on PolandaEURO (TM)s Jews, 1939-1941 6.1 The Nazi Assault on Poland 6.2 Schemes for Jewish Colonization 6.3. Ghettoization in Poland 6.4. Jewish Councils 6.5. Jewish Self-Help, the JDC, and the Underground Chapter 7: Western Europe, the War, and the Jews, 1939-1942 7.1. German Jews in Wartime 7.2. Germany and the Jews of the Netherlands, 1940-42 7.3. Vichy France, the Germans and the Jews, 1940-1942 7.4. Was Escape Still Possible? -- Aliyah Bet 7.5. Other Escape Routes: The Americas and Asia Chapter 8: Other Enemies: Steps Toward Mass Murder 8.1. The Ad-Hoc Killing of Social Outsiders 8.2. Foray into Mass Murder: Killing the Disabled 8.3. Alien Elements: Africans and Gypsies 8.4 HitleraEURO (TM)s Southeastern Allies: Romania 8.5. HitleraEURO (TM)s Southeastern Allies: Croatia Chapter 9: War of Extermination: The Campaign in the USSR, 1941 9.1. Preparing Mass Murder 9.2. Jews in the USSR on the Eve of Barbarossa 9.3. The Onslaught: Pogroms 9.4. The Onslaught: Systematic Shooting 9.5. RomaniaaEURO (TM)s War on the Jews Chapter 10: The Holocaust in the USSR: Jewish and World Response, 1941-1944 10.1. Jewish Reactions: Recognition and Survival 10.2. Varieties of Jewish Leadership 10.3. Jewish Resistance in the USSR 10.4. The Soviets, the Allies, and the Holocaust in the USSR Chapter 11: Aktion Reinhard: The Final Solution in Poland, 1942-1943 11.1. The Decision to Kill Europe's Jews 11.2. Aktion Reinhard and Poland's Jews 11.3. Word Leaks: From the Ghettos to the Allies 11.4. Warsaw: From Deportation to Uprising 11.5. The End of Aktion Reinhard Chapter 12: Auschwitz: The Final Solution in Europe, 1941-1943 12.1. Auschwitz 12.2. The Destruction of Reich's Jews 12.3. The Destruction of the Jews of the Netherlands 12.4. Vichy, the French, and the Jews 12.5. The Allies and the Bermuda Conference Chapter 13: Rescue: The Final Solution Interrupted, 1942-1943 13.1. The Nazis and the Jews of the Middle East 13.2. The Germans, the Japanese and the Shanghai Ghetto 13.3. Rescue in the North 13.4. Italy and the Final Solution 13.5. The Silence of the Vatican Chapter 14: Hitler's Southeastern Allies and the Hungarian Jewish Catastrophe, 1941-1944 14.1. Romania Reconsiders 14.2. The Survival of Bulgaria's Jews 14.3. Hungary, the Jews, and the War 14.4. The German Occupation and the Holocaust in Hungary 14.5. Jewish Leaders and the Hungarian Catastophe 14.6. The Allies and the Hungarian Jews Chapter 15: The Reich's Destruction and the Jews, 1944-1945 15.1. Auschwitz: The Final Act 15.2. Budapest under the Arrow Cross 15.3. From Evacuations to Death Marches 15.4. Himmler's Bargains and the Reich's Destruction Chapter 16: Legacies, 1945-Present 16.1. Refugees 16.2. Justice in Occupied Germany 16.3. Justice, Politics and Holocaust Narrative in Europe 16.4. Germany and the Nazi Past 16.5. Jewish Memorialization Bibliography Index

About the Author

Norman J.W. Goda is the Norman and Irma Braman Professor of Holocaust Studies at the University of Florida. He is the author of: Tomorrow the World: Hitler, Northwest Africa, and the Path toward America (1998) and Tales from Spandau: Nazi Criminals and the Cold War (2007) as well as co-author of (with Richard Breitman), US Intelligence and the Nazis (2005) and Hitler's Shadow: Nazi War Criminals, US Intelligence, and the Cold War (2010).


"The clever synthesis of secondary material and the quotes from survivors and others give the students a personal feel for catastrophe. "

-Severin Hochberg, George Washington University

"The international, indeed global approach, is very sound, and sets this book apart from others. I would strongly consider using it...The breadth is distinctive and impressive."

-David Tompkins, Carleton College

"This book could adequately serve two purposes: as a fine introductory-level work to assign to students, and as a resource for faculty."

-William Drumright, Monroe Community College

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-Jan-Ruth Mills, Pima Community College

"I would highly recommend the book for those who teach a Holocaust course that comes out of Judaic/Jewish studies program. This would be a good solid text that would serve undergraduates quite well."

-Randall Kaufman, Miami Dade College - Homestead Campus

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