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Jensen, Olaf

Ordinary People as Mass Murderers

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Table of contents

1. Introductory Thoughts and Overview
Olaf Jensen

Part I. Perpetrators of the Holocaust

2. Perpetrators of the Holocaust: a Historiography
Claus-Christian W. Szejnmann

3. Male Bonding and Shame Culture: Hitler’s Soldiers and the Moral Basis of Genocidal Warfare
Thomas Kühne

4. The Men of Einsatzgruppe D: an Inside View of a State-Sanctioned Killing Unit in the ‘Third Reich’
Andrej Angrick

Part II. Female Perpetrators of the Holocaust

5. Women under National Socialism: Women’s Scope for Action and the Issue of Gender
Christina Herkommer

6. Female Concentration Camp Guards as Perpetrators: Three Case Studies
Irmtraud Heike

Part III. Psychological and Sociological Approaches

7. The Ordinariness of Extraordinary Evil: the Making of Perpetrators of Genocide and Mass Killing
James E. Waller

8. On Killing and Morality: How Normal People Become Mass Murderers
Harald Welzer

Part IV. Perpetrators and Genocide

9. The Organisation of Genocide: Perpetration in Comparative Perspective
Donald Bloxham

10. International Law after the Nuremberg Trials and Rwanda: How Do Perpetrators Justify Themselves?
Gerd Hankel

Keywords: History, European History, Modern History, History of World War II and the Holocaust, History of Germany and Central Europe, Cultural History, Historiography and Method

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2008
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
The Holocaust and its Contexts
Page amount
246 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230583566
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-36258-5

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