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Nazi Germany: New Questions, New Perspectives xi Daniel E. Rogers and Alan E. Steinweis 1. American Interpretations of National Socialism, 1933-1945 1 Michaela Honicke Moore 2. The American South and Nazi Racism 19 Johnpeter Horst Grill 3. Relations between the Nazis and French and Dutch Fascists, January 1933-August 1934 39 Dietrich Orlow 4. Antisemitic Scholarship in the Third Reich and the Case of Peter-Heinz Seraphim 68 Alan E. Steinweis 5. A Reassessment of Volksdeutsche and Jews in the Volhynia-Galicia-Narew Resettlement 81 Valdis 0. Lumans 6. The Volksdeutsche of Eastern Europe and the Collapse of the Nazi Empire, 1944-1945 lo1 Doris L. Bergen 7. Shaping the Police Soldier as an Instrument for Annihilation 129 Edward B. Westermann 8. A Comparison of the High Commands of Germany, Great Britain, and the United States during World War II 151 Alan F. Wilt 9. The ss, NSDAP, and the Question of Volkssturm Expansion 167 David K. Yelton 10. The Appointment of Admiral Karl Donitz as Hitler's Successor 182 David Grier 11. Justice and Politics in Karl D6nitz's Release from Spandau 199 Norman J. W. Goda 12. America as Model? U.S. Antitrust Policy and Ludwig Erhard's Struggle against Cartels in West Germany 213 Alfred C. Mierzejewski 13. The Chancellors of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Political Legacy of the Holocaust 231 Daniel E. Rogers Contributors 249 Index 251Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: National socialism Moral and ethical aspects, Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Psychological aspects, World War, 1939-1945 Atrocities, Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei