By Mohammad Salama
More than part a century ahead of the mass executions of the Holocaust, Germany devastated the peoples of southwestern Africa. whereas colonialism may appear marginal to German background, new scholarship compares those acts to Nazi practices at the jap and Western fronts. With essentially the most vital essays from the earlier 5 years exploring the "continuity thesis," this anthology debates the hyperlinks among German colonialist actions and the habit of Germany in the course of global battle II. a few members argue the country's domination of southwestern Africa gave upward thrust to perceptions of racial distinction and superiority at domestic, construction upon a nascent nationalism that blossomed into nationwide Socialism and the Holocaust. Others stay skeptical and problem the continuity thesis. The participants additionally research Germany's colonial earlier with debates over the country's identification and heritage and evaluate its colonial crimes with different ecu ventures. different concerns explored contain the denial or marginalization of German genocide and where of colonialism and the Holocaust inside German and Israeli postwar relations.
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