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The Shoah in Ukraine: History, Testimony, Memorialization

@inproceedings{Brandon2008TheSI,
  title={The Shoah in Ukraine: History, Testimony, Memorialization},
  author={Ray Brandon and Wendy Lower},
  year={2008}
}
List of Maps Acknowledgments Introduction / Ray Brandon and Wendy Lower 1. The Murder of Ukraine's Jews under German Military Administration and in the Reich Commissariat Ukraine / Dieter Pohl 2. The Life and Death of Western Volhynian Jewry, 1921-1945 / Timothy Snyder 3. Shades of Grey: Reflections on Jewish-Ukrainian and German-Ukrainian Relations in Galicia / Frank Golczewski 4. Transnistria and the Romanian Solution to the "Jewish Problem" / Dennis Deletant 5. Annihilation and Labor: Jews… 
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