Against All Hope: Resistance in the Nazi Concentration Camps, 1938-1945

By Hermann Langbein; Harry Zohn | Go to book overview
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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • The Conditions 7
  • 2 - The Concentration Camps from 1938 to 1945 9
  • 3 - The Self-Government of the Inmates 25
  • 4 - The Battle between Reds and Greens 38
  • 5 - What Is Meant by Resistance? 51
  • 6 - Sources and Critique of Sources 56
  • 7 - Different Conditions and Changed Goals 76
  • The Actors 95
  • 8 - The Germans in the Resistance 97
  • 9 - The Role of the Communists 104
  • 10 - Social Democrats in the Resistance 130
  • 11 - The Special Role of the Austrians 138
  • 12 - The Poles 145
  • 13 - The Russians 158
  • 15 - Groups in a Special Position 178
  • The Actions 197
  • 16 - The Saving of Lives 199
  • 17 - Against the Inhumanity of the System 211
  • 18 - Breaking out of the Isolation 244
  • 19 - Escapes as Lifesavers 260
  • 20 - Resistance and Rebelliono 279
  • 21 - Sabotage 302
  • 22 - Resisting Demoralization 317
  • The End 327
  • 23 - The End Is in Sight 329
  • 24 - The Liberation of the Concentration Camps 347
  • 25 - A Personal Word in Conclusion 388
  • Notes 395
  • Bibliography 467
  • Index 485
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