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The Holocaust and the Liberal Imagination
A Social and Cultural History
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"An outstanding contribution to the history of the Holocaust and the basis for further research."Mark Levene, University of Warwick "Scholarly, readable, informative and exhaustively researched book. A formidable contribution to the study of the bystander in Holocaust history." Jewish Chronicle "This is a wonderful book, written with passion and minute scholarship combined. I could not put it down. It depresses, challenges, and reinterprets Holocaust history in the light of what the British and Americans did and thought." Times Educational Supplement "This book is not only a first--rate history but also very timely. Indespensable background reading for anybody who wants to share in creating a multicultural society. It is not simple history: it is about people. But is committed history written by a master--historian." Jewish Socialist
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Tony Kushner is Marcus Sieff Lecturer in the Department of History at the University of Southampton. He teaches in the area of race and immigration history and Holocaust studies and has published books on the subject of British antisemitism, Anglo--Jewish history, minority studies, racism and Facism.
Acknowledgements. Preface. Introduction: The Holocaust in Global Perspective and as Social History. Part I: 1933--1939:. 1. Liberal Culture and the Nazi Persecution of the Jews, 1933--1939. 2. Their Brothersa (and Sistersa ) Keepers?: The Nazi Persecution of the Jews and the Labour Movement. 3. An Alien Occupation: Domestic Service and the Jewish Crisis, 1933 to 1939. Part II: The Second World War:. 4. Liberal Culture and the Contemporary Confrontation with the Destruction of European Jewry. 5. From the a Enemy Withina to a This Bestial Policy of Cold--Blooded Exterminationa : Britain, the United States and the Jews, September 1939 to December 1942. 6. Rules of the Game: Britain, the United States and the Holocaust, 1943 to 1945. Part III: The Post--War World:. 7. Liberal Culture and the Postwar Confrontation with the Shoah. Conclusion.