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CONFRONTING THE COMMUNAL GRAVE: A REASSESSMENT OF SOCIAL RELATIONS DURING THE HOLOCAUST IN EASTERN EUROPE
Abstract This historiographical review focuses on the complex interactions between Nazi Germany, local populations, and east European Jews during the Holocaust. Braving fierce historical revisionismExpand
When the Fires Were Lit: Anti-Jewish Violence in Eastern Europe, 1917–45
In the study of the twentieth century, the subject of intercommunal violence has risen to prominence since the early 2000s, specifically various forms of anti-Jewish violence in multiethnic EasternExpand
Towards a transnational history of the Holocaust: Social relations in Eastern Europe
This synthesis examines the historiography of the Holocaust and offers new interpretations of the complex interactions between Nazi Germany, local populations, and Jews in Eastern Europe between 1939Expand
The Holocaust and Slavery? Working Towards A Comparative History of Genocide and Mass Violence
Exactly twenty-five years after the first volume of his global comparative history of the Holocaust, Steven T. Katz has now published the second volume on New World slavery. 1 This comparison intri...