Table of contents for The Holocaust : a reader / Simone Gigliotti and Berel Lang (editors).

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Contents
List of Maps
Acknowledgments
Chronology
Glossary
Introduction
Simone Gigliotti and Berel Lang
Part I The Racial World View: Nazism and the turn from Anti-Judaism to Antisemitism
Introduction
1 Anti-Semites
Bernard Lewis 
2 From Weimar to Hitler
Robert S. Wistrich
3 Nation and Race
Adolf Hitler
4 Nuremberg Law for the Protection of the German Blood and of the German Honour of 15 September 
1935
Part II Nazi Population and Resettlement Policy: Eugenics, Ghettoization, and Ethnic Cleansing
Introduction
5 The Setting
Henry Friedlander
6 Destruction of the European Jews: Ghetto Formation
 Raul Hilberg
7 From "Ethnic Cleansing" to Genocide to the "Final Solution:" The Evolution of Nazi 
Jewish Policy, 139-1941
Christopher R. Browning
8 Some Thoughts on the Treatment of Alien Populations in the East
Heinrich Himmler
Part III War and the turn to Genocide: The Radicalizing of Occupation Policy in the East
Introduction
9 The "Commissar Decree," June 6, 1941
10 Affidavit of SS Grueppenfuehrer Otto Ohlendorf
11 Operation Barbarossa as a War of Conquest and Annihilation
Jürgen Förster
12 From Mass Murder to the "Final Solution:" The Shooting of Jewish Civilians during the first months of 
the Eastern Campaign within the context of the Nazi Jewish Genocide
Peter Longerich
13 Savage War: German Warfare and Moral Choices in World War II
Omer Bartov
Part IV Between Intentionalism and Functionalism: Act, Agency, and Responsibility 
in the "Final Solution"
Introduction
14 Hitler's Reichstag Speech, January 30, 1939 
15 Minutes of the Wannsee Conference, January 20, 1942
16 Intentions and the "Final Solution"
Berel Lang
17 A Controversy about the Historicization of National Socialism
Martin Broszat and Saul Friedlaender
18, Justice Jackson's Report to the President on Atrocities and War Crimes, June 6, 1945
Robert H. Jackson
Part V Response and Testimony: From the Center of the Whirlwind
Introduction
19 Inside the Ghetto
Emmanuel Ringelblum
20 In the Beginning was the Ghetto: 890 Days in Lodz
Oskar Rosenfeld
21 The Last Days of the Jerusalem of Lithuania: Chronicles from the Vilna Ghetto and the Camps, 1939-1944
Herman Kruk
22 Etty Hillesum: An Interrupted Life and Letters from Westerbork
Etty Hillesum
Part VI Historicization and Genocide
Introduction
23 United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of 
Genocide, December 9, 1948. 
24 Defining Genocide as a Sociological Concept
Helen Fein
25 Is the Holocaust Simply another Example of Genocide? 
Mark Levene
26 Conceptual Blockages and Definitional Dilemmas in the "Racial Century:" 
Genocides of Indigenous Peoples and the Holocaust
A. Dirk Moses

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945).