Stalinism and Nazism: History and Memory Compared

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Stalinism and Nazism
History and Memory Compared

Edited by Henry Rousso

English-language edition edited and introduced by Richard J. Golsan

Translated by Lucy B. Golsan, Thomas C. Hilde, and Peter S. Rogers

University of Nebraska Press Lincoln and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Introduction to the English-Language Edition - The Politics of History and Memory in France in the 1990s ix
  • Notes xxiv
  • Introduction - The Legitimacy of an Empirical Comparison 1
  • Notes 17
  • 1 - A Historical Comparison 23
  • Presentation 25
  • Stalin's System During the 1930s 29
  • Notes 48
  • Charisma and Radicalism in the Nazi Regime 56
  • Notes 67
  • Strategies of Violence in the Stalinist Ussr 73
  • Notes 92
  • The Congenital Violence of Nazism 96
  • Notes 105
  • Forms of Autonomy in “socialist Society” 111
  • Notes 137
  • Nazi Regime and German Society - The Prisms of Acceptance 142
  • Notes 151
  • 2 - The Wages of Memory in Formerly Communist Eastern Europe 155
  • Fascism and Communism in Romania - The Comparative Stakes and Uses 157
  • Notes 183
  • Historians and the Political Stakes of the Past in Hungary 194
  • Notes 208
  • Managing the Past in Bulgaria 218
  • Notes 237
  • Nazism and Communism in Polish Experience and Memory 242
  • Notes 261
  • An Archive's Revolution and the Rewriting of History - East Germany 262
  • Notes 274
  • 3 - Commentaries 281
  • Beyond History and Memory 283
  • Notes 294
  • Postscript on the Ideas of Totalitarianism and of the “communist Regime” 296
  • Index 307
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