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The constellation of activities carried out by the Nazis specifically directed at the annihilation of Lebensunwertes Leben—‘lives unworthy of life’—and resulting in the genocide committed against Jews and others, including Gypsies, the mentally disabled, and those with mental disorders
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History and Disaster: Witness, Trauma, and the Problem of Writing the Holocaust.
Between Witness and Testimony: The Holocaust and the Limits of Representation.
Welcome Back to Berlin: Lessons in Staging the Holocaust from Cabaret, 1966 and 1998.
The Holocaust and West Germany: Strategies of Oblivion 1947-1979.
Representation and Event: Anselm Kiefer, Joseph Beuys, and the Memory of the Holocaust.
Representations of Budapest in 1944-1945 in Holocaust Literature.
Bringing Together Science and Poetry: Translating the Bystander in German Poetry after the Holocaust.
Knowing and Not Knowing: Style, Intention and the Translation of a Holocaust Poem.
Generating Genre: Towards a Way of Addressing the Holocaust and Hiroshima.
Positionality and Postmemory in Scholarship on the Holocaust.
Sparing the Child: Grief and the Unspeakable in Youth Literature about Nazism and the Holocaust.
Narrative Voice in Young Readers' Fictions about Nazism, the Holocaust, and Nuclear War.