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Front cover of the journal, The Holocaust in History and Memory Volume 7, 2014, 70 Years After the Liberation of the Camps

Volume 7, (2014)
70 Years After the Liberation of the Camps
Edited by Rainer Schulze
ISBN 978-1-909562-10-3

Volume 7 (2014) 70 Years After the Liberation of the Camps

Edited by Rainer Schulze

ISBN 978-1-909562-10-3

Price: £10.00



Calendar Note, Rainer Schulze (University of Essex)

15 April 1945: Bergen-Belsen – Day of Liberation

Danny M. Cohen (Northwestern University, Illinois)

Behind ‘The 19th Window’

Danny M. Cohen (Northwestern University, Illinois)

The 19th Window

Sarah Wardle (Middlesex University, London)

In The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

Lorna Gibb (Middlesex University, London)

The ‘Red Cross’ Concentration Camp in Niš, Serbia

W. Jake Newsome (State University of New York at Buffalo)

‘Liberation Was Only For Others’: Breaking the Silence in Germany Surrounding the Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals

Margarete Myers Feinstein (University of California, Los Angeles, Center for the Study of Women)

‘I Enjoyed a Taste of Revenge’: Jewish Survivors Confronting SS Men and Ordinary Germans, 1945–1949

Katharina von Kellenbach (St. Mary’s College of Maryland, St. Mary’s City, Maryland)

The Liberation of Perpetrators

Verena Buser (Alice Salomon Hochschule Berlin)

Displaced Children 1945 and the Child Tracing Division of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration

Marina Stal (Teachers College, Columbia University, New York)

Bella’s Story: Holocaust Child Survivor and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Charles A. Coulomb (Virginia Holocaust Museum, Richmond, Virginia)

Recovering Lost Memories: The Fate of the Jews of Baden-Saarpfalz

Shannon Woodcock (Sextures Institute, Sydney)

Honouring Forgotten Struggles: The Deportation of Romanian Roma to Transnistria and the Archive of Resistance

Jenna Brager (Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey)

‘Unknown Woman’: The Visual Politics of Looking Back

Debate: Filming the Liberation of the Camps


Rainer Schulze (University of Essex)

Assembling Night Will Fall

Sally Angel (Angel TV, London) – The Producer’s Perspective
André Singer (Spring Films, London) – The Director’s Perspective

Toby Haggith (Imperial War Museums (UK), London)

The 1945 Documentary German Concentration Camps Factual Survey and the 70th Anniversary of the Liberation of the Camps

Notice Board

Memorial and Information Point for the Victims of National Socialist ‘Euthanasia’ Killings in Berlin

Rainer Schulze (University of Essex)


Menachem Z. Rosensaft (ed.), God, Faith & Identity from the Ashes: Reflections of Children and Grandchildren of Holocaust Survivors

Rainer Schulze (University of Essex)

Notes on Contributors

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