All or Nothing: The Axis and the Holocaust 1941-1943

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Several public bodies have generously supported this work. The Leverhulme Trust elected me a Research Fellow for 1987-88 and helped to cover my travel and research expenses. The Shelby Collum Davis Center for Historical Studies at Princeton University invited me to present a paper on this research before what must be the most exacting and serious historical jury in the world. Their comments and criticisms have transformed the argument and I want to thank Professors Lawrence Stone and Harold James of the Department of History for arranging the invitation. While in America I lectured at Harvard, Brown, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Connecticut and the State University of New York at Stony Brook. I am grateful to Professors Wallace MacCaffrey, Volker Berghahn, Thomas Childers, James O. Robertson and Ms Kim Reynolds, my hosts in those universities.

The German Academic Exchange Service granted me a travel award so that I could visit the University of Tübingen and work in the archives at Freiburg im Breisgau. Dr Peter Alter of the German Historical Institute invited me to lecture in their series of afternoon seminars. Dr Wilhelm Deist, director of the Militärgeschichtliches Forschungsamt, Freiburg im Breisgau, gave me his help. his friendship and, together with his wife Ursula, much hospitality. Fregatten-kapitän Dr Gerhard Schreiber of the MGFA gave me valuable documents and shared his expertise generously. The British Council paid for a trip to Australia where, as a guest of the Frederick May Foundation in the University of Sydney, and of the Departments of History at the University of Western Australia and The Flinders University of South Australia I talked about the Italian plot to save Jews. I am enormously grateful to Professor R.J.B. Bosworth of the University of Western Australia who made the arrangements to get me there. I am grateful to colleagues in all these places who listened to my ideas and offered criticisms and comments. If I had any doubt that research and teaching belong together, the experience of these

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Maps and Documents x
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Abbreviations xiv
  • Introduction xvii
  • The Problem 1
  • Part I - The Events 13
  • Phase One - Unsystematic Murder: War in the Balkans 15
  • Phase Two - Systematic Murder: the Italians Obstruct the Final Solution 50
  • Phase Three - The Net Widens: the Italians Defend Jews in Greece and France 85
  • The Last Act - The Fall of Fascism to the Armistice 135
  • Part II - Explanations 165
  • 1 - The Matrix of Virtue and Vice 168
  • 2 - Two Types of Charisma 181
  • 3 - The Two Armies 206
  • 4 - Germans, Italians and Jews 220
  • Conclusion 242
  • Bibliography of Works Since 1990 245
  • Sources and Bibliography 251
  • Notes 274
  • Index 307
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