Description of the Reader

The Course Reader


  1. Bauer Y. (2001): What Was the Holocaust? in Rethinking the Holocaust, Yale University Press (pp. 1-13).
  1. Gruner W. (2015): Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, in Gruner W. and Osterloh J. (eds): The Greater German Reich and the Jews Nazi Persecution Policies in the Annexed Territories 1935–1945 Berghahn Books (pp. 99- 136).
  1. Rothkirchen L. (2005): Gateway to Death: The Unique Character of Ghetto Terezín – Theresienstadt chapter 9. in The Jews of Bohemia and Moravia: Facing the Holocaust (pp. 233- 265)
  1. Paulovičová N. (2013): The “unmasterable past”? The reception of the Holocaust in postcommunist Slovakia in Himka J. and Michlic J. (eds): Bringing the dark past to light : the reception of the Holocaust in postcommunist Europe (pp. 549-590).
  1. Kovács A. (2016): Hungarian Intentionalism: New Directions in the Historiography of the Hungarian Holocaust, in Braham R. and Kovács A. (eds): The Holocaust in Hungary, Central European University Press (pp. 3-24).
  1. Braham R. (2000): Ghettoization, Concentration, Deportation, chapter 6 in The Politics of Genocide: The Holocaust in Hungary, Wayne State University Press.
  1. Clendinnen I. (2002): The Auschwitz SS in Reading the Holocaust, Cambridge University Press.
  1. Ambrosewicz-Jacobs J. and Szuchta R. (2014): The intricacies of education about the Holocaust in Poland. what can Polish school students learn about the Holocaust in history classes, Intercultural Education Volume 25, 2014 – Issue 4.
  1. Wiesel E. (1968): A Plea For The Dead in Legends of our Time, Holt, Rinehart and Winston.
  1. Levi P. (1989): The Gray Zone, in The Drowned and the Saved, Vintage International Publishing.


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