Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution

  title={Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution},
  author={Fritz Stern and Christopher R. Browning},
  journal={Foreign Affairs},
The shocking account of how a unit of average middle-aged Germans became the cold-blooded murderers of tens of thousands of Jews. 
Jedwabne: Revisiting the Evidence and Nature of the Crime
This review essay of a book by J.T. Gross discusses the nature of the mass murder of Jews in the town of Jedwabne, Poland, in summer 1941.
Organisational Reasons for the Holocaust
Written in the shadows of Christopher Browning’s seminal Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution in Poland (1992) and not quite furnished with the intellectual brilliance ...
From Perpetrator to Cold-War Pawn: The Atrocities and Trial of Heinz Barth
Drawing on extensive documentation generated by East Germany’s secret police (Stasi), this article examines the case of Heinz Barth, a participant in World War II massacres at Lidice, Czechoslovakia
Chronology of Mass Violence in Poland 1918-1948
Long partitioned between the Russian, Austrian and German empires (1795-1918), Poland recovered its independence on 11 November 1918. Its (...)
A culture of threat: right-wing extremism and negative identity formation in German youth.
  • W. Edelstein
  • Sociology, Medicine
    New directions for youth development
  • 2003
The specific case of Eastern Germany is illustrative of a more general framework for how identity formation, family processes, and humiliation, alienation, and deprivation are linked to local
The Path to Extreme Violence: Nazism and Serial Killers
  • P. Cotter
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Front. Behav. Neurosci.
  • 2010
To categorise rules governing extreme violence is the first step towards implementing preventative measures which would help to protect the rational majority from a dangerous minority.
Afterword: The Politics of International Criminal Justice
This afterword reviews the issues raised in a collection about the challenges of international criminal justice. It first discusses problems of legitimacy and effectiveness. It then goes on to ask
War stories: Invited commentary on... Documented combat exposure of US veterans seeking treatment for combat-related post-traumatic stress disorder
In 2005 King's College London and the Oral History Society are hosting a conference on the oral history of the Second World War ( ). The conference will bring together research that starts with the
The Logic of Violence in Civil War
Introduction 1. Concepts and definitions 2. Pathologies 3. Barbarism 4. A theory of irregular war I: collaboration 5. A theory of irregular war II: control 6. The logic of indiscriminate violence 7.
New sources on Soviet perpetrators of mass repression: a research note
ABSTRACT At the end of the Great Terror, Stalin reversed course and reined in the NKVD. Hundreds of NKVD interrogators and other officials were arrested and charged with “violations of socialist