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List of Abbreviations Preface Volker R. Berghahn Introduction Hannes Heer and Klaus Naumann Chapter 1. The Concept of the War of Annihilation: Clausewitz, Ludendorff, Hitler Jan Philipp Reemtsma PART I - Crimes Chapter 2. Coming Along to Shoot Some Jews?A" The Destruction of the Jews in Serbia Walter Manoschek Chapter 3. Killing Fields: The Wehrmacht and the Holocaust in Belorussia, 1941-42 Hannes Heer Chapter 4. Soviet Prisoners of War in the Hands of the Wehrmacht Christian Streit Chapter 5. The Logic of the War of Extermination: The Wehrmacht and the Anti-Partisan War Hannes Heer Chapter 6. Men of 20 July and the War in the Soviet Union Christian Gerlach Chapter 7. Military Violence and the National Socialist Consensus: The Wehrmacht in Greece, 1941-44 Mark Mazower Chapter 8. Civitella della Chiana on 29 June 1944: The Reconstruction of a German MeasureA" Michael Geyer PART II - Formations Chapter 9. Local Headquarters Liepaja: Two Months of German Occupation in the Summer of 1941 Margers Vestermanis Chapter 10. On the Way to Stalingrad: The 6th Army in 1941-42 Bernd Boll and Hans Safrian Chapter 11. Incident at Baranivka: German Reprisals and the Soviet Partisan Movement in Ukraine, October-December 1941 Truman Anderson Chapter 12. Koruck 582 Theo J. Schulte Chapter 13. How Amorality Became Normality: Reflections on the Mentality of German Soldiers on the Eastern Front Hannes Heer Chapter 14. Emptying the Gaze: Framing Violence through the Viewfinder Bernd Huppauf PART III - Aftermath Chapter 15. Forward Defense: The Memorandum of the GeneralsA" for the Nuremberg Court Manfred Messerschmidt Chapter 16. Whose History Is It, Anyway? The Wehrmacht and German Historiography Omer Bartov Chapter 17. The UnblemishedA" Wehrmacht: The Social History of a Myth Klaus Naumann Notes on Contributors Appendix: Charts and Maps Index of Names Index of Locations
Hannes Heer is a historian and film director. Klaus Naumann is a historain and journalist; both are Fellows of the Hamburg Institute for Social Studies.
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