Table of contents for Nazi Germany / edited by Harald Kleinschmidt.

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Contents
Acknowledgements
Series Preface
Chapter 1 ¿ Introduction - Nazi Germany
Part I The SS-State
Chapter 2 - Ian Kershaw, ¿¿Working towards the Führer¿. Reflections on the Nature of the Hitler Dictatorship¿, Contemporary European History, 2 (1993): 103-118.
Chapter 3 - Jürgen W. Falter, ¿The Anatomy of a Volkspartei¿, Historical Social Research, vol. 24, no 2 (1999): 58-98.
Part II Elimination of Privacy
Chapter 4 - Vandana Joshi, ¿The ¿Private¿ Became the ¿Public¿. Wives as Denouncers in the Third Reich¿, Journal of Contemporary History, 37 (2002): 419-35. 
Chapter 5 - Hans-Michael Mallmann, ¿Social Penetration and Police Action. Collaboration in the Repertory of Gestapo Activities¿, International Review of Social History, 42 (1997): 25-43. 
Part III Moulding Future Generations through Sports and Youth Organizations
Chapter 6 - Herbert D. Andrews, ¿Thirty-Four Gold Medallists. Nazi Women Remember the ¿Kampfzeit¿¿, German History, 11 (1993): 293-315. 
Chapter 7 - Guido Rings, ¿Leni Riefenstahl¿s Olympia. A Documentary Film as Instrument of Propaganda?¿, Storia della storiografia, 36 (1999): 105-119.
Chapter 8 -. Lisa Pine, ¿Creating Conformity. The Training of Girls in the Bund Deutscher Mädel¿, European History Quarterly, 33 (2003): 367-85.
Economic Organization and the War: Plundering Jewish Property and Enforcing Slave Labour
Chapter 9 - M. Stallbaumer, ¿Big Business and the Persecution of the Jews. The Flick Concern and the ¿Aryanization¿ of Jewish Property before the War¿, Holocaust and Genocide Studies 13 (1999): 1-27.
Chapter 10 - Ulrich Herbert, ¿Labour and Extermination. Economic Interest and the Primacy of Weltanschauung in National Socialism¿, Past and Present 138 (1993): 144-195. 
Chapter 11 - Jill Stephenson, ¿Triangle. Foreign Workers, German Citizens, and the Nazi Regime. War and Society in Württemberg. 1939-45¿, German Studies Review 15 (1992): 339-359.
Part IV Abuse of Science
	
Chapter 12 - Harry Oosterhuis, ¿Medicine, Male Bonding and Homosexuality in Nazi Germany¿, Journal of Contemporary History, 32 (1997): 187-205.
Chapter 13 -. Jürgen Pfeiffer, ¿Assessing Neuropathological Research Carried Out on Victims of the ¿Euthanasia¿ Programme¿, Medizinhistorisches Journal, 34 (1999): 339-55.
Part V Preparing the Holocaust
Chapter 14 - Armin Nolzen, ¿The Nazi Party and Its Violence Against the Jews. 1933 ¿ 1939, Yad Vashem Studies, 31 (2003): 245-85.
Chapter 15 - Peter Hayes, ¿Big Business and ¿Aryanization¿ in Germany. 1933 ¿ 1939¿, Jahrbuch für Antisemitismusforschung 31 (1994): 254-81. 
Part VI Implementing the Holocaust
Chapter 16 - Michael Mann, ¿Were the Perpetrators of Genocide ¿Ordinary Men¿ or ¿Real Nazis¿? Results from Fifteen Hundred Biographies¿, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 14 (2000): 331-66.
	
Chapter 17 - Simone Erpel, ¿Struggle and Survival. Jewish Women in the Anti-Fascist Resistance in Germany¿, Yearbook. Leo Baeck Institute of Jews in Germany, 37 (1992): 397-414. 
Part VII Knowing and Remembering the Holocaust
Chapter 18 - David Bankier, ¿The Germans and the Holocaust. What did They Know?¿, Yad Vashem Studies, 20 (1990): 69-98. 
Chapter 19 - Ruth Linn, ¿Genocide and the Politics of Remembering. The Nameless, the Celebrated, and the Would-be Holocaust Heroes¿, Journal of Genocide Research, 5 (2003): 565-86. 
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Germany -- History -- 1933-1945 -- Historiography.
National characteristics, German -- Historiography.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Germany -- Historiography.
National socialism -- Historiography.
Genocide -- Germany -- Historiography.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Atrocities -- Historiography.
Collective memory -- Germany.