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Women at Work: SS Aufseherinnen and the Gendered Perpetration of the Holocaust

The article was published on 2014-12-31 and is currently open access. It has received 5 citations till now. The article focuses on the topics: Holocaust studies & The Holocaust.

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Murder in Our Midst. The Holocaust, Industrial Killing, and Representation

TL;DR: Bartov as discussed by the authors argues that the modern predicament reflects the effects of the Nazi genocide on current perceptions of war, history, and memory, and is a plea for compassion and commitment in an increasingly violent and indifferent world.
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Hitler's Enforcers: The Gestapo and the SS Security Service in the Nazi Revolution

TL;DR: A socio-organizational history of the Gestapo, the SD, and the regular detectives of the Third Reich, 1932-1937, explores the roots of their roles in police terror and programs of mass murder.
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Critical studies in media commercialism edited by Robin Andersen and Lance Strate

TL;DR: Andersen and Strate as discussed by the authors have published a critical study in media commercialism with a focus on media advertising, focusing on the role of advertising in the media and the advertising industry.
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Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil

Hannah Arendt
TL;DR: The first edition of "Eichmann in Jerusalem" appeared as a series of articles in "The New Yorker" in 1963 and was later published as a book in 1970 as discussed by the authors.

Modernity and the Holocaust

TL;DR: In this paper, a sociological theory of Morality rationality and shame is proposed for the post-Holocaust world, based on the uniqueness and normality of the Holocaust.

The Nazi Doctors: Medical Killing and the Psychology of Genocide

TL;DR: This book discusses Euthanasia, Sterilization and the Nazi Biomedical Vision, and the Auschwitz Self: Psychological Themes in Doubling.
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Hitler's willing executioners : ordinary Germans and the Holocaust

TL;DR: Goldhagen as discussed by the authors revisited the question of how the Holocaust happened, and his research led him to the inescapble conclusion that none of the answers holds true, and he marshals fresh, primary evidence - including extensive testimony from the actual perpetrators - to show that the killers were ordinary Germans who were not compelled to act as they did (they knew they could refuse without retribution).