Alltag im Holocaust: Jüdisches Leben im Großdeutschen Reich, 1941–1945

TitleAlltag im Holocaust: Jüdisches Leben im Großdeutschen Reich, 1941–1945
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2013
Series EditorLöw, Andrea, Doris L. Bergen, and Anna Hájková
Number of Pages265

How did everyday life develop in the face of persecution and death? Increasingly, Holocaust research is examining Jewish life. This volume brings together current studies on the lifeworlds of the victims in the Greater German Reich, their perceptions, their actions and reactions, whether in Berlin, Vienna or Theresienstadt, in the ghettos or in hiding. The persecuted Jews and "Mischlinge" appear in this perspective as members of families, organizations and communities, but above all as acting individuals who sought and learned an everyday life, a new normality in abnormal circumstances. These people not only tried to survive but to live.

Published by the Institute for Contemporary History Munich-Berlin

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