Constructing a Collective Memory of the Holocaust: A Life History of Two Brothers' Survival

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University Press of Colorado, 01.01.1995. - 149 страница
Berger uses his father's and uncle's life histories as the basis for this cross-generational study combining personal narrative and sociological analysis. While Michael Berger was interned at SS camps in Poland, his brother Shlomo escaped the camps by passing as a Christian with a Polish constructio

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Ronald J. Berger is professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. His work has appeared in Contexts, Perspectives on Social Problems, Qualitative Inquiry, Social Science Quarterly, and Sociological Quarterly. He is the author of numerous books, including Surviving the Holocaust: A Life Course Perspective and White-Collar Crime: The Abuse of Corporate and Government Power.

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