Publications - Archives and Research

Mass Murder of People with Disabilities and the Holocaust

In Germany and occupied Austria, people with disabilities were the first to fall victim to National Socialist mass murder, propagated under the euphemistic term of “euthanasia”. For racist and...

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Refugee Policies from 1933 until Today: Challenges and Responsibilities

The fourth volume in the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance publication series presents the outcome of a conference, held in February 2017 organized in cooperation with the Holy See in Rome,...

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Research in Teaching and Learning about the Holocaust: A Dialogue Beyond Borders

How is the Holocaust taught in schools? How do students make sense of this challenging subject? How are people affected by visits to Holocaust memorial sites? Empirical research on teaching and...

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Bystanders, Rescuers or Perpetrators? The Neutral Countries and the Shoah

The volume offers a trans-national, comparative perspective on the varied reactions of the neutral countries to the Nazi persecution and murder of the European Jews. It examines the often ambivalent...

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Killing Sites- Research and Remembrance

Approximately one-third of the six million Jewish victims of the Holocaust were murdered in what Father Patrick Desbois has called the ‘Holocaust by bullets’ – mass shootings that largely took place...

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