Survivors, Victims, and Perpetrators: Essays on the Nazi Holocaust

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Joel E. Dimsdale
Taylor & Francis, 1980 - History - 474 pages
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Contents

Chapter
2
The Victims
35
Notes
47
Historical Foundations of AntiSemitism
55
Nineteenth Century Attitudes
62
The Nature of Modern AntiSemitism
68
References
77
Weimar Intellectuals and the Rise of National Socialism
79
Reference Notes
204
An Illustrative Psychotherapeutic Encounter
212
Stress and Coping under Extreme Conditions
219
Cognitive Appraisal and Coping in the Camps
234
Cognitive Appraisal and Coping in Survivors
240
General Conclusions
251
Reference Notes
258
A Brief Summary
264

Intellectuals in Opposition to Fascism and Their Stand
89
Conclusion
102
The Concept of the Survivor
113
The Professional Investigator of Holocaust
124
Findings after the War
131
Comparisons with Other Investigations and Provisional
145
The Sequelae of the Concentration Camp Syndrome
157
The Coping Behavior of Nazi Concentration Camp
163
Conclusions
173
Late Effects Influence on the Children of
175
Explanations for the Crossgenerational Transmission
186
Conclusions
195
Time2 Findings on Stress Levels
272
THE PERPETRATOR
284
Excerpts from The Diary of Joseph Goebbels
305
Excerpts from Eichmann in Jerusalem
317
Personality Organization and Psychological Functioning
359
A Sociopsychological
405
Individual Difference and Compliance in Total
424
ExSS Members Today
440
Name Index
457
Subject Index
469
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