Daily Life during the Holocaust

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DAILY LIFE DURING THE HOLOCAUST

EVE NUSSBAUM SOUMERAI AND CAROL D. SCHULZ

The Greenwood Press "Daily Life Through History" Series

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GREENWOOD PRESS Westport, Connecticut · London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Copyright Acknowledgments v
  • Contents ix
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Co-Author's Note xv
  • Timeline xvii
  • Prologue xxiii
  • 1 - Man's Inhumanity to Man. A Short Historical Background 1
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  • 2 - Setting the National Socialist (Nazi) Stage 15
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  • 3 - The Total Nazification of Germany the Enabling Act 27
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  • 4 - The Changing Lives of Jews 57
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  • 5 - Prologue to World War II 69
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  • 7 - Moving into the Ghettos 89
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  • 8 - Life in the Ghettos of Poland 95
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  • 9 - Coping with Life in a "Concentration" World 107
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  • 10 - Einsatzgruppen in the East 117
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  • 11 - The Wannsee Conference: Planning the "Final Solution" 131
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  • 13 - Deportation and the Behavior of Jewish Leadership 143
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  • 14 - The Roundups 151
  • 15 - Deportations: Country by Country 161
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  • 16 - The Terrifying Journey to the East 171
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  • 17 - Auschwitz 177
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  • 18 - Life in the Lunatic World of the Concentration Camps 187
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  • 19 - The Cover-Up 203
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  • 20 - The Death Marches 209
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  • 21 - Resistance 219
  • 22 - The Lives of the Rescuers and the Rescued 235
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  • 23 - Liberation 271
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  • 24 - The Nuremberg Trials 277
  • 25 - Aftermath 291
  • Glossary 299
  • Epilogue 305
  • Suggested Books and Films 307
  • Index 309
  • About the Authors 313
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