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The Holocaust in the Romanian Borderlands

The Arc of Civilian Complicity, 1st Edition

By Mihai I Poliec

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178 pages | 5 B/W Illus.

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This volume examines the changing role which ordinary members of society played in the state-sponsored persecution of the Jews in Bukovina and Bessarabia, both during the summer of 1941, when Romania joined the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union, and beyond. It establishes different patterns of civilian complicity and discusses the significance of the phenomenon in the context of the exterminatory campaign pursued by the Romanian military authorities against the Jews living in the borderlands.

Table of Contents

List of figures

Acknowledgments

Introduction

Chapter 1

The Beginning of the End: Mass Killing and Physical Violence

Chapter 2

Civilian Complicity during Camp Internment, Ghettoization and Deportation

Chapter 3

Pressure from Bellow: Petitioning, Collective Complaint and Denunciation

Conclusion

 

Index

About the Author

Mihai Poliec holds a PhD in History from Clark University, USA.

About the Series

Mass Violence in Modern History

Despite the horrors of nineteenth century conflicts including the US Civil War and the Napoleonic Wars, it was not until the twentieth century that mass killing was conducted on an industrialized scale. While the trenches of Flanders and the atomic bomb were major manifestations of this, mass violence often occurred outside the context of conventional war or away from the traditional battlefield. Research has understandably tended to focus on major events and often within a binary superpower narrative. In fact, instances of mass violence are often hard to pin down as well as being little known, and involving civilians and citizens of a wider range of territories than is publicized. The books in this series shed light on mass violence in the modern era, from Armenia to Rwanda; from Belarus to Bosnia-Herzegovina and many points in between.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
HIS000000
HISTORY / General
HIS010010
HISTORY / Europe / Eastern
HIS012000
HISTORY / Europe / Former Soviet Republics
HIS027100
HISTORY / Military / World War II
HIS043000
HISTORY / Holocaust