The Persecution of the Jews in the Netherlands, 1940-1945

Edited and with an Introduction by Wichert ten Have

Edited and with an Introduction by Wichert ten Have

Distributed for Amsterdam University Press

128 pages | 6 halftones | 5 4/5 x 8 1/5 | © 2012
Paper $19.95 ISBN: 9789056297237 Published August 2013 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada
This important study surveys recent Dutch research into persecution of the Jews in the Netherlands during World War II, addressing the political, public, and private responses to National Socialism and the aftermath of the Final Solution. The authors discuss a wide range of issues, including the role of the Dutch state apparatus in the success of the persecution; popular perception of the Jews in Dutch culture of the time; a comparison of the treatment of Jews in the Netherlands, Belgium, and France; and the regime in charge of the Dutch transit to concentration camps.  With contributions from eminent historians of the Holocaust, this book draws on personal accounts and diaries to analyze the response among the Dutch population to the escalating persecution of the Dutch Jewish community, effectively contrasting the perspectives of the victims, the perpetrators, and the bystanders. 
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