Theresienstadt: A Geographical Picture of Transports, Demography, and Communicable Disease in a Jewish Camp-Ghetto, 1941–45

@article{SmallmanRaynor2020TheresienstadtAG,
  title={Theresienstadt: A Geographical Picture of Transports, Demography, and Communicable Disease in a Jewish Camp-Ghetto, 1941–45},
  author={Matthew R. Smallman-Raynor and Andrew D. Cliff},
  journal={Social Science History},
  year={2020},
  volume={44},
  pages={615 - 639}
}
Abstract The Nazi ghetto system was one of the principal vehicles for the persecution of Jewish and other peoples in German-occupied Europe in World War II. Transport and confinement—twin pillars of the ghetto system—were intrinsically geographical matters that operated on scales from the international to the local and that shaped the demographic and epidemiological character of ghettos across Eastern Europe. This article uses geographical techniques of map-based visualization and spatial… 
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