April 1996), reprinted in Schoeps , 93-98, esp.
8, 1996 28 "Das Hirn will Heimat" in Die Zeit Nr.
8 Briefsurveys of the phases in which the Holocaust was assimilated into historicalthinking were used by several reviewers of Goldhagen's book.
Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust By Daniel Jonah Goldhagen ..
Although the book appeared in 1997, it represents more of the consensus among historians critical towards Goldhagen which quickly emerged in the second quarter of 1996, i.e., in the months after the publication of the English original.
Goldhagen's thesis (by L. Proyect) - Columbia University
Central to Goldhagen’s disputed argument is the presentation of the perpetrators of the Holocaust as ordinary Germans who largely, willingly took part in the atrocities because of deeply held and violently strong anti-Semitic beliefs.
A Nation on Trial: The Goldhagen Thesis and Historical …
Central to Goldhagen’s disputed argument is the presentation of the perpetrators of the Holocaust as ordinary Germans who largely, willingly took part in the atrocities because of deeply held and viol...
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Third, that any explanation of the Holocaust must address and specify the causal relationship between antisemitism in Germany and the persecution and extermination of the Jews which so many ordinary Germans contributed to and supported.Goldhagen's book was meant to be a "thick description" in the manner of Clifford Geertz.
Goldhagen Thesis Critique | Antisemitism | Nazi Germany
Matthias Heyl, “Die Goldhagen-Debatte im Spiegel der englisch- und deutschsprachigen Rezensionen von Februar bis Juli 1996: Ein Überblick,” Mittelweg