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After the Nazi Racial State: Difference and Democracy in Germany and Europe

Rita Chin, Heide Fehrenbach, Geoff Eley, Atina Grossmann - History - 2010 - 272 pages
"After the Nazi Racial State offers a comprehensive, persuasive, and ambitious argument in favor of making 'race' a more central analytical category for the writing of post ...
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Jews, Germans, and Allies: Close Encounters in Occupied Germany

Atina Grossmann - History - 2009 - 416 pages
Tells the story of Jewish survivors inside and outside the displaced-persons camps of the American zone as they built families and reconstructed identities while awaiting ...
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Gender and Jewish History

Marion A. Kaplan, Deborah Dash Moore - History - 2011 - 416 pages
"A Major Collection of Scholarship that Contains the most up-to-Date, Indeed Cutting-Edge Work on Gender and Jewish History by Several Generations of Top Scholars."---Atina ...
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Dominican Haven: The Jewish Refugee Settlement in Sosúa, 1940-1945

Marion A. Kaplan - History - 2008 - 255 pages
This is the story of a small group of Jews, who, fleeing for their lives from Nazi persecution, found a welcoming haven in the Dominican Republic. The settlers arrived amid ...
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Becoming Visible: Women in European History

Renate Bridenthal, Claudia Koonz, Susan Mosher Stuard - Europe - 1987 - 579 pages
Thematic emphases in this text include the contacts between European women and those outside European frontiers, sexuality and its importance for the construction of gender ...
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The Hidden History of Crime, Corruption, and States

Renate Bridenthal - History - 2013 - 282 pages
Renowned historical sociologist Charles Tilly wrote many years ago that "banditry, piracy, gangland rivalry, policing, and war-making all belong on the same continuum." This ...
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A German Women's Movement: Class and Gender in Hanover, 1880-1933

Nancy Ruth Reagin - Social Science - 1995 - 322 pages
Nancy Reagin analyzes the rhetoric, strategies, and programs of more than eighty bourgeois women's associations in Hanover, a large provincial capital, from the Imperial period ...
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Social Justice Feminists in the United States and Germany: A Dialogue in ...

Kathryn Kish Sklar, Anja Schüler, Susan Strasser - Social Science - 1998 - 381 pages
Women reformers in the United States and Germany maintained a brisk dialogue between 1885 and 1933. Drawing on one another's expertise, they sought to alleviate a wide array of ...
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