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Eichmann: His Life and Crimes
Many historians have told the story of the Holocaust, but somehow the character of the man who was its architect has slipped through the gaps - there has been no book devoted to him since he died,Expand
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Does the Singularity of the Holocaust make it Incomparable and Inoperative for Commemorating, Studying and Preventing Genocide? Britain’s Holocaust Memorial Day as a Case Study
This article is a response to the controversy surrounding the first national Holocaust Memorial Day in Britain, held on 27 January 2001. The discussion is centred on the British experience, but it isExpand
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Becoming Eichmann: Rethinking the Life, Crimes, and Trial of a "Desk Murderer"
A monumental and groundbreaking biography of the architect of theNazi's Final Solution, and one of the icons of evil in our age. AdolfEichmann was at the centre of the Nazi genocide against the JewsExpand
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Seizing the Day: Why Britain Will Benefit from Holocaust Memorial Day
In his rejoinder to Dan Stone, Cesarani attempts to answer the objections raised by the latter against the establishment of a Holocaust memorial day in Britain. Using the public response (so far) toExpand
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Belsen in history and memory
Drawing on documentary and oral sources in Yiddish, Hebrew, German, Dutch and French, this book challenges many sterotypes about Belsen, and reinstates the groups hitherto marginalized or ignored inExpand
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Citizenship, Nationality and Migration in Europe
Introduction. David Cesarani and Mary Fulbrook Part One: The European Context 1. The legal framework regulating citizenship of the EU Elspeth Guild 2. Changing citizenship in Europe: Remarks onExpand
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The Holocaust in Italian Culture, 1944–2010
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After Eichmann : Collective Memory and Holocaust Since 1961
1. Introduction 2. The Eichmann Trial: Changing Perspectives 3. Politics and Memory in West and East Germany since 1961 and in Unified Germany since 1990 4. Between Collective Memory andExpand
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After the Holocaust : challenging the myth of silence
Introduction David Cesarani 1. There was no silence: an overview of post-war responses to the destruction of European Jewry David Cesarani 2. Acting the Part: Theatrical Interpretations of theExpand
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