The Nazi Holocaust. Part 6: The Victims of the Holocaust, Volume 2

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Michael Robert Marrus
Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 1989 - History - 709 pages
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Contents

The Concentration Camps as Part of the NationalSocialist System of Domination
909
Social Differentiation in the German Concentration Camps
924
Social Stratification in the Concentration Camps
952
A Study in Historiography
986
Extermination Camps of Belzec Sobibor and Treblinka
1021
The Gas Chambers
1057
Belzec Death Camp
1085
The History and Characteristics of the Concentration and Extermination Camp
1115

The Center of the Jews in Romania 19421944
696
The Jewish Leadership of France
719
The Diary of Raymond RaoulLambert
736
194044
756
The Case of France
780
The Association of the Jews of Belgium
797
From Its Inception to the Present Day
821
Lodewijk E Vissers Struggle
844
The Camps
907
Jewish Social History in the Holocaust Period and Its Ultimate Limits
1133
The Prisoners First Encounter with Auschwitz
1151
Sajmiste An Extermination Camp in Serbia
1168
Individual and Mass Behavior in Extreme Situations
1186
The Case of Bruno Bettelheim and Lina Wertmüllers Seven Beauties
1222
Copyright Information
1241
Index
1247
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About the author (1989)

Marrus is Professor of History at the University of Toronto.

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