Social Outsiders in Nazi Germany

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Social Outsiders in Nazi Germany is a book edited by Robert Gellately and Nathan Stoltzfus. It is a collection of essays offering the history of those branded "social outsiders" in Nazi Germany.

It was published by Princeton University Press as a 320-page hardcover (ISBN 978-0-691-00748-9) and paperback (ISBN 978-0-691-08684-2) in 2001.

Contents[edit]

  1. Social Outsiders and the Construction of the Community of the People by Robert Gellately and Nathan Stoltzfus
  2. Social Outsiders in German History: From the Sixteenth century to 1933 by Richard J. Evans
  3. No "Volksgenossen": Jewish Entrepreneurs in the Third Reich by Frank Bajohr
  4. When the Ordinary Became Extraordinary: German Jews Reacting to Nazi Persecution, 1933-1939 by Marion A. Kaplan
  5. The Nazi Purge of German Artistic and Cultural Life by Alan E. Steinweis
  6. The Limits of Policy: Social Protection of Intermarried German Jews in Nazi Germany by Nathan Stoltzfus
  7. The Exclusion and Murder of the Disabled by Henry Friedlander
  8. From Indefinite Confinement to Extermination: "Habitual Criminals" in the Third Reich by Nikolaus Wachsmann
  9. The Ambivalent Outsider: Prostitution, Promiscuity, and VD Control in Nazi Berlin by Annette F. Timm
  10. "Gypsies" as Social Outsiders in Nazi Germany by Sybil H. Milton
  11. The Institutionalization of Homosexual Panic in the Third Reich by Geoffrey J. Giles
  12. Police Justice, Popular Justice, and Social Outsiders in Nazi Germany: The Example of Polish Foreign Workers by Robert Gellately
  13. Sex, Blood, and Vulnerability: Women Outsiders in German-Occupied Europe by Doris L. Bergen
  14. Social Outcasts in War and Genocide: A Comparative Perspective by Omer Bartov
  • List of Contributors
  • Index

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