“Privileged” under Nazi-Rule: The Fate of Three Intermarried Families in Vienna

@article{RaggamBlesch2019PrivilegedUN,
  title={“Privileged” under Nazi-Rule: The Fate of Three Intermarried Families in Vienna},
  author={Michaela Raggam-Blesch},
  journal={Journal of Genocide Research},
  year={2019},
  volume={21},
  pages={378 - 397}
}
ABSTRACT In this article, I highlight the daily life of three intermarried families in Vienna during the interwar years, the Nazi oppression and the immediate postwar period. All three families led secular lives with varying ties to their Jewish and non-Jewish environment. After the Nazi takeover in March 1938, intermarried families along with the Jewish population experienced immediate discrimination and ostracism. This paper aims to outline how the Nazi takeover affected these families in… 
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