NurembergÂ—a city associated with Nazi excesses, party rallies, and the extreme anti-Semitic propaganda published by Hitler ally Julius StreicherÂ—has struggled since the Second World War to come to terms with the material and moral legacies of Nazism. This book explores how the Nuremberg community has confronted the implications of the genocide in which it participated, while also dealing with the appalling suffering of ordinary German citizens during and after the war. Neil Gregorâ€™s compelling account of the painful process of remembering and acknowledging the Holocaust offers new insights into postwar memory in Germany and how it has operated.
Gregor takes a novel approach to the theme of memory, commemoration, and remembrance, and he proposes a highly nuanced explanation for the failure of Germans to face up to the Holocaust for years after the war. His book makes a major contribution to the social and cultural history of Germany.
Author : Neil Gregor
ISBN : 0300101074
Language : English
No of Pages : 336
Edition : 1
Publication Date : 7/11/2008
Format/Binding : Hardcover
Book dimensions : 9.21x6.38x1.65
Book weight : 0.02
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