Based on an International Scholars' Symposium convened to recall the infamous Kristallnacht in Hitler's Germany, this book represents an effort to distill from the ensuing Holocaust experience the lessons that seem most applicable to the contemporary world.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. Genocide and Ideology 2. The Kristallnacht as Turning Point: Jewish Reactions to Nazi Policies 3. The German Popular Response to Kristallnacht: Value Hierarchies vs. Propaganda 4. Hannah Arendt in Jerusalem: The Controversy Revisited 5. The Holocaust and International Relations 6. Anticipations of the Holocaust in the Political Sociology of Max Weber
Lyman H. Legters