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Title Finland's Holocaust : silences of history / edited by Simo Muir, Adjunct Professor of Jewish Studies, University of Helsinki, and Hana Worthen, Assistant Professor of Theatre and Perfomance Studies, Barnard College, Columbia University.
Publication Info. Basingstoke, Hampshire : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
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Description 1 online resource.
Series Holocaust and its contexts.
Note Description based on print version record.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Contesting the Silences of History / Hana Worthen and Simo Muir -- Stories of National and Transnational Memory: Renegotiating the Finnish Conception of Moral Witness and National Victimhood / John Sundholm -- Modes of Displacement: Ignoring, Understating, and Denying
Antisemitism in Finnish Historiography / Simo Muir -- "I Devote Myself to the Fatherland": Finnish Folklore, Patriotic Nationalism, and Racial Ideology / Ilona Salomaa -- Towards New Europe: Arvi Kivimaa, Kultur, and the Fictions of Humanism / Hana Worthen -- Discrimination against Jewish Athletes in Finland: An Unwritten Chapter / Malte Gasche and Simo Muir -- Elina Sana's Luovutetut and the Politics of History / Jouni Tilli -- Negotiating a Dark Past in the Swedish-language Press in Finland and Sweden / Karin Kvist Geverts -- Beyond "Those Eight": Deportations of Jews from Finland 1941-1942 / Oula Silvennoinen -- "Soldaten wie andere auch": Finnish Waffen-SS Volunteers and Finland's Historical Imagination / Antero Holmila
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
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Subject Jews -- Finland -- History.
Antisemitism -- Finland.
Finland -- Ethnic relations.
Added Author Muir, Simo, editor of compilation.
Worthen, Hana, 1973- editor of compilation.
Worthen, Hana, 1973- Towards new Europe : Arvi Kivimaa, Kultur, and the fictions of humanism.
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Related To Original 9781137302649 113730264X (DLC) 2013013246
ISBN 1137302658 (electronic bk.)
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