Nazi-Deutsch/Nazi-German: An English Lexicon of the Language of the Third Reich

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Acknowledgments

We would like to thank our colleagues who helped to put us on the right path: Gary Evans, Stefan Gunther, Steven Jacobs, Charlotte Opfermann, and Nancy Rupprecht.

Robert Michael: Without my students and the librarians at the University of Massachusetts–Dartmouth, this book would not and could not have been written. My partner in the project, Karin Doerr, provided not only her indispensable linguistic expertise but also her humane perspective and sympathetic encouragement during this scholarly ordeal. I need most of all to thank my family for their kindness and love in helping me survive the dreadful task of dealing with Nazism for nearly every day of two years: Stephanie, Andrew, Carolyn, and, most of all, Susan.

Karin Doerr: I am indebted to Concordia University’s Inter Library Loans Department for providing me with necessary material at record speed. I am grateful to many colleagues outside my discipline with whom, over the years, I could share ideas, discuss Holocaust-related matters, and work on joint projects. In particular, I thank Kurt Jonassohn, cofounder of the Montreal Institute of Genocide Studies, colleague and friend, for his encouragement and probing questions about Nazi-Deutsch. I also wish to thank Robert Michael for trusting me to be his collaborator. My children, Benjamin and Indira, endured the attention I gave to this work. My immense gratitude goes to Gary Evans, historian, writer, teacher, mentor, for giving me generous professional advice and support while working on this, at times, trying project.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Foreword xi
  • Notes xiv
  • Foreword xv
  • Preface xix
  • Acknowledgments xxi
  • The Tradition of Anti-Jewish Language 1
  • Nazi-Deutsch: An Ideological Language of Exclusion, Domination, and Annihilation 27
  • Lexicon 47
  • A 49
  • B 86
  • C 112
  • D 115
  • E 135
  • F 156
  • G 175
  • H 200
  • I 216
  • J 221
  • K 233
  • L 254
  • M 269
  • N 283
  • O 299
  • P 309
  • Q 321
  • R 322
  • S 356
  • T 394
  • U 403
  • V 411
  • W 430
  • X 448
  • Z 449
  • Appendix 459
  • Select Bibliography 477
  • About the Authors 481
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