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Die Akte Rosenburg
Author: Manfred Görtemaker, Christoph Safferling
Publisher: C.H.Beck
ISBN: 3406697690
Pages: 588
Year: 2016-10-17
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Als das Bundesministerium der Justiz 1949 seine Arbeit aufnahm, kam es zu ganz erheblichen personellen und politischen Verflechtungen mit dem "Dritten Reich“. Dass Juristen, die eine stark belastete NS-Vergangenheit hatten, in der Behörde Dienst taten, wurde nicht als problematisch empfunden. Dieses grundlegende Werk zeigt, wer alles im Ministerium unterkam und welchen Einfluss das auf die Rechtspraxis hatte – nicht zuletzt bei der Strafverfolgung von NS-Tätern. Die "Rosenburg" in Bonn war von der Gründung der Bundesrepublik bis 1973 der Sitz des Bundesministeriums der Justiz. 2012 setzte das Ministerium eine Unabhängige Wissenschaftliche Kommission ein, die den Umgang der Behörde mit der NS-Vergangenheit in den Anfangsjahren der Bundesrepublik erforschen sollte. Zu diesem Zweck erhielt die Kommission uneingeschränkten Aktenzugang. Dieses Buch präsentiert ihre Ergebnisse. Zum "Geist der Rosenburg", so zeigt die Studie, trugen maßgeblich Beamte und Mitarbeiter bei, die zuvor im Reichsjustizministerium, bei Sondergerichten und als Wehrrichter tätig gewesen waren. Ihre Karrieren vor und nach 1945 zeichnet die Kommission ebenso nach wie die Belastungen, die dies für das Ministerium und den Inhalt seiner Politik darstellte. So wird unter anderem gezeigt, welche zentrale Rolle das Ministerium spielte, als 1968 Zehntausende von Strafverfahren gegen NS-Täter eingestellt wurden.
The Remnants of the Rechtsstaat
Author: Jens Meierhenrich
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0192545647
Pages: 200
Year: 2018-03-01
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This book is an intellectual history of Ernst Fraenkel's The Dual State (1941, reissued 2017), one of the most erudite books on the theory of dictatorship ever written. Fraenkel's was the first comprehensive analysis of the rise and nature of Nazism, and the only such analysis written from within Hitler's Germany. His sophisticated-not to mention courageous-analysis amounted to an ethnography of Nazi law. As a result of its clandestine origins, The Dual State has been hailed as the ultimate piece of intellectual resistance to the Nazi regime. In this book, Jens Meierhenrich revives Fraenkel's innovative concept of "the dual state," restoring it to its rightful place in the annals of public law scholarship. Blending insights from legal theory and legal history, he tells in an accessible manner the remarkable gestation of Fraenkel's ethnography of law from inside the belly of the behemoth. In addition to questioning the conventional wisdom about the law of the Third Reich, Meierhenrich explores the legal origins of dictatorship elsewhere, then and now. The book sets the parameters for a theory of the "authoritarian rule of law," a cutting edge topic in law and society scholarship with immediate policy implications.
Traitors, Collaborators and Deserters in Contemporary European Politics of Memory
Author: Gelinada Grinchenko, Eleonora Narvselius
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319664964
Pages: 414
Year: 2017-12-01
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This volume offers a multidisciplinary approach to shaping and imposition of “formulas for betrayal” as a result of changing memory politics in post-war Europe. The contributors, who specialize in history, sociology, anthropology, memory studies, media studies and cultural studies, discuss the exertion of political control over memory (including the selection, imposition, silencing or ideological “twisting” of facts), the usage of “formulas for betrayal” in various cultural-political contexts, and the discursive framing of the betraying subject for the purpose of legitimizing various memory regimes and ideologies.
Holocaust and Genocide Denial
Author: Paul Behrens, Olaf Jensen, Nicholas Terry
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317204158
Pages: 263
Year: 2017-05-18
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This book provides a detailed analysis of one of the most prominent and widespread international phenomena to which criminal justice systems has been applied: the expression of revisionist views relating to mass atrocities and the outright denial of their existence. Denial poses challenges to more than one academic discipline: to historians, the gradual disappearance of the generation of eyewitnesses raises the question of how to keep alive the memory of the events, and the fact that negationism is often offered in the guise of historical 'revisionist scholarship' also means that there is need for the identification of parameters which can be applied to the office of the 'genuine' historian. Legal academics and practitioners as well as political scientists are faced with the difficulty of evaluating methods to deal with denial and must in this regard identify the limits of freedom of speech, but also the need to preserve the rights of victims. Beyond that, the question arises whether the law can ever be an effective option for dealing with revisionist statements and the revisionist movement. In this regard, Holocaust and Genocide Denial: A Contextual Perspective breaks new ground: exploring the background of revisionism, the specific methods devised by individual States to counter this phenomenon, and the rationale for their strategies. Bringing together authors whose expertise relates to the history of the Holocaust, genocide studies, international criminal law and social anthropology, the book offers insights into the history of revisionism and its varying contexts, but also provides a thought-provoking engagement with the challenging questions attached to its treatment in law and politics.
From Cooperation to Complicity
Author: Peter Hayes
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521039916
Pages: 396
Year: 2007-07-23
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A case study of the involvement of a major, now multinational, corporation in the rise and expansion of Nazism and in the crimes of the Nazi state.
Eichmann in Jerusalem
Author: Hannah Arendt
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101007168
Pages: 336
Year: 2006-09-22
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The controversial journalistic analysis of the mentality that fostered the Holocaust, from the author of The Origins of Totalitarianism Sparking a flurry of heated debate, Hannah Arendt’s authoritative and stunning report on the trial of German Nazi leader Adolf Eichmann first appeared as a series of articles in The New Yorker in 1963. This revised edition includes material that came to light after the trial, as well as Arendt’s postscript directly addressing the controversy that arose over her account. A major journalistic triumph by an intellectual of singular influence, Eichmann in Jerusalem is as shocking as it is informative—an unflinching look at one of the most unsettling (and unsettled) issues of the twentieth century.
Pippi Goes Aboard
Author: Astrid Lindgren, Tony Ross
ISBN: 0192752626
Pages: 126
Year: 2002
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Pippi's father, a cannibal king, comes to visit. 8 yrs+
What They Teach You at Harvard Business School
Author: Philip Delves Broughton
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141931329
Pages: 304
Year: 2009-05-07
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WITH NEW ANALYSIS OF HBS AND THE FINANCIAL CRISIS When Philip Delves Broughton abandoned his career as a successful journalist and enrolled in Harvard Business School's prestigious MBA course, he joined 900 other would-be tycoons in a cauldron of capitalism. Two years of Excel shortcuts and five hundred of HBS's notorious business case studies lay ahead of him, but he couldn't have told you what OCRA was, other than a vegetable, or whether discount department stores make more money than airlines. He did, however, know that HBS's alumni appeared to be taking over the world. The US president, the president of the World Bank, the US treasury secretary, the CEOs of General Electric, Goldman Sachs and Proctor & Gamble - all were bringing HBS experience to the way they ran their banks, businesses and even countries. And with the prospect of economic enlightenment before him, he decided to see for himself exactly what they teach you at Harvard Business School. Philip Delves Broughton's hilarious and enlightening account of his experiences within Harvard Business School's hallowed walls provides an extraordinary glimpse into a world of case study conundrums, guest lectures, Apprentice-style tasks, booze luging, burn-outs and high flyers. And with HBS alumni heading the very global governments, financial institutions and FTSE 500 companies whose reckless love of deregulation and debt got us into so much trouble, he discovers where HBS really adds value - and where it falls disturbingly short.
The Political Pope
Author: George Neumayr
Publisher: Center Street
ISBN: 1455570141
Pages: 288
Year: 2017-05-02
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The untold story of the left's efforts to politicize the Vatican and the battle to stop it-before the Catholic Church as we know it is destroyed. Pope Francis is the most liberal pope in the history of the Catholic Church. He is not only championing the causes of the global Left, but also undermining centuries-old Catholic teaching and practice. In the words of the late radical Tom Hayden, his election was "more miraculous, if you will, than the rise of Barack Obama in 2008." But to Catholics in the pews, his pontificate is a source of alienation. It is a pontificate, at times, beyond parody: Francis is the first pope to approve of adultery, flirt with proposals to bless gay marriages and cohabitation, tell atheists not to convert, tell Catholics to not breed "like rabbits," praise the Koran, support a secularized Europe, and celebrate Martin Luther. At a time of widespread moral relativism, Pope Francis is not defending the Church's teachings but diluting them. At a time of Christian persecution, he is not strengthening Catholic identity but weakening it. Where other popes sought to save souls, he prefers to "save the planet" and play politics, from habitual capitalism-bashing to his support for open borders and pacifism. In THE POLITICAL POPE, George Neumayr gives readers what the media won't: a bracing look at the liberal revolution that Pope Francis is advancing in the Church. To the radical academic Cornel West, "Pope Francis is a gift from heaven." To many conservative Catholics, he is the worst pope in centuries.
Introduction to Attic Greek
Author: Donald J. Mastronarde
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520954998
Pages: 512
Year: 2013-02-01
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Thoroughly revised and expanded, Introduction to Attic Greek, 2nd Edition gives student and instructors the most comprehensive and accessible presentation of ancient Greek available. The text features: • Full exposure to the grammar and morphology that students will encounter in actual texts • Self-contained instructional chapters, with challenging, carefully tailored exercises • Progressively more complex chapters to build the student's knowledge of declensions, tenses, and constructions by alternating emphasis on morphology and syntax • Readings based on actual texts and include unadapted passages from Xenophon, Lysias, Plato, Aristophanes, and Thucydides. • Concise introduction to the history of the Greek language • Composite list of verbs with principal parts, and an appendix of all paradigms • Greek-English and English-Greek glossaries Additional Resources: •Robust online supplements for teaching and learning available at atticgreek.org •Answer Key to exercises also available from UC Press (978-0-520-27574-4)
The Mediated Construction of Reality
Author: Nick Couldry, Andreas Hepp
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0745686516
Pages: 256
Year: 2018-03-15
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Social theory needs to be completely rethought in a world of digital media and social media platforms driven by data processes. Fifty years after Berger and Luckmann published their classic text The Social Construction of Reality, two leading sociologists of media, Nick Couldry and Andreas Hepp, revisit the question of how social theory can understand the processes through which an everyday world is constructed in and through media. Drawing on Schï¿1⁄2tz, Elias and many other social and media theorists, they ask: what are the implications of digital mediaï¿1⁄2s profound involvement in those processes? Is the result a social world that is stable and liveable, or one that is increasingly unstable and unliveable?
Politics and the Press
Author: Pippa Norris
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Publishers
ISBN: 1555876811
Pages: 335
Year: 1997
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This work presents research results from a team of scholars, journalists and industry leaders who examined the influence of the press on the policy apparatus of government, and the impact of economics and changes in communications technology on news reporting.
The Year of the Locust
Author: Terry Hayes
Publisher: Atria/Emily Bestler Books
ISBN: 1439177759
Pages: 480
Year: 2016-05-03
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Terry Hayes returns with the thrilling and eagerly awaited follow-up to his New York Times bestselling novel I Am Pilgrim. Regarded as “the best book of 2014” (Suspense Magazine), “a big, breathless tale of nonstop suspense” (Janet Maslin, The New York Times), and “simply one of the best suspense novels I’ve read in a long time” (#1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci), Terry Hayes’s masterful thriller I Am Pilgrim was the recipient of countless accolades. Now, with The Year of the Locust, Hayes has penned a breathtaking story about cutting-edge science, a government conspiracy, and one man’s desperate attempt to unravel it all. Luke Truman is a junior officer on board the USS Leviathan, the most advanced and powerful warship ever built. It is an eight-hundred-foot-long submarine which, among its vast array of weaponry and secret systems, boasts a top secret “cloaking technology.” Bending light around objects to render them invisible, it is the hottest military research innovation not just in the US, but throughout the world. Now the time has come for the first large-scale trial of its effectiveness. But neither Luke nor the United States government realize the astonishing forces this experiment will unleash. What Luke discovers on board the Leviathan is that the future of our world is at a deadly tipping point and that only he will be able to stop the cascade of events which are leading them all inexorably towards doom. A breakneck story of nonstop suspense, The Year of the Locust is a high-concept thriller unlike any you’ve read before.
Orphans from the Storm
Author: Penny Jordan, Rita Bradshaw, Helen Brooks, Carol Wood
ISBN: 026391559X
Pages: 384
Year: 2015-08-07
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For the children's sake... Lancashire, 1903 Clutching her infant son, widowed Marianne Brown headed towards the chimneys of Bellfield Mill. She had to get work and luckily the dark and brooding Heywood Denshaw needed a housekeeper - but the Master soon begun to wish for more... Sunderland, 1899 Wealthy farmer Luke Hudson gets more than he bargained for when he plucks a destitute young woman from the workhouse. He may have rescued Connie Summers from a life of penury, but her spirit and warmth give him a second chance at love. Isle of Dogs, 1928 Doctor Harry Fleet and compassionate nurse Tilly Dainty can't help but clash at the Tap House Surgery. But working together to help the sick turns out to be the healing balm both their hearts needed.
The Cherries of Freedom
Author: Alfred Andersch
Pages: 88
Year: 2004
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A German soldier deserts in Italy during the Second World War, and for the first time, experiences real freedom. A classic of post war Germany.

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