"Thomas Kuhne, one of the world's leading historians of German history, has written an explosive book that forever alters our understanding of the wellsprings of the Holocaust. In painful detail, he shows how the genocide of the Jews created a sense of belonging among the Germans. This is a disturbing, radical work, which no serious student of the immensely destructive twentieth century will be able to ignore."--Helmut Walser Smith, Vanderbilt University --Helmut Walser SmithRezension:
"Thomas Kuhne's excellent book with its provocative thesis is essential reading for anyone interested in the problems of genocide and mass violence. Kuhne shows that the Third Reich's promise of a unified national community proved powerfully seductive to Germans and underpinned the Holocaust."--Eric D. Weitz, University of Minnesota --Eric D. Weitz
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