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Political survivors, the resistance, the Cold War, and the fight against concentration camps after 1945, Emma Kuby - hardcover

Summary
"History of concentration camp survivors who launched an international campaign to expose ongoing crimes against humanity in the 1950s that illuminates how the memory of Nazi atrocity both spurred and distorted Europeans' efforts to comprehend the persistent violence of the Cold War world"--, Provided by publisher
Table Of Contents
Concentration camp survivors as witnesses in postwar France -- David Rousset's Cold War call to arms -- Forging the international commission -- Nuremberg restaged : the Soviet univers concentrationnaire on trial -- Into the labyrinth of Franco's prisons -- Triumphs and tensions on the global stage -- From Auschwitz to Algeria : the limits of memory
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Physical Description
xii, 295 pages, 24 cm
Isbn
9780150173274

Library Locations

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