Bulletin of the German Historical Institute (Washington DC) 49 (Fall 2011)

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Bulletin of the German Historical Institute (Washington DC) 49 (Fall 2011)
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Washington DC. 2011: Selbstverlag des Herausgebers
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Wetzell, Richard F.

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Inhaltsverzeichnis

Preface

FEATURES

Who Still Talked about the Extermination of the Armenians? Imperial Germany and the Armenian Genocide
Margaret Lavinia Anderson

Restitution Policy and the Transformation of Holocaust Memory: The Impact of the American “Crusade for Justice” after 1989
Jan Surmann

FORUM: THE GERMAN FOREIGN OFFICE AND THE NAZI PAST

The German Foreign Office and the Past
Norbert Frei and Peter Hayes

The Foreign Office Revisited
Christopher R. Browning

The German Foreign Office, the Nazi Dictatorship, and the Holocaust
Johannes Hürter

Skeletons in the Filing Cabinet
Holger Nehring

Hitler’s Brown Diplomats
Volker Ullrich

GHI RESEARCH

Lives in Limbo: Statelessness after Two World Wars
Miriam Rürup

Rethinking the Ford-Nazi Connection
Stefan Link

CONFERENCE REPORTS

Going Global: Internationalization Pathways for Family Firms during the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
Berti Kolbow

Crime and Punishment: Criminal Justice in Modern Europe, 1870 - 1990
Richard F. Wetzell

Secularization and the Transformation of Religion in the United States and Germany after 1945
Uta Andrea Balbier

Economic Crime and the State in the Twentieth Century: A German-American Comparison
Mario Daniels

Regulation between Legal Norms and Economic Reality: The German and American Experiences
Cathrin Gehlen

17th Transatlantic Doctoral Seminar: Early Modern German History
Richard F. Wetzell

Feeding and Clothing the World: Cash Crops and Global History in the Twentieth Century
Fritz Georg von Graevenitz

Second Junior Scholars Conference in German-Jewish History
Miriam Rürup

Writing Post-1970 History: Conceptualizing the Late Twentieth Century in German and American Historiography
Reinhild Kreis

Risk and Uncertainty in the Economy: Historical, Sociological, and Anthropological Perspectives
Jens Beckert and Hartmut Berghoff

19th Archival Summer Seminar in Germany
Mario Daniels

GHI NEWS

Twelfth Gerd Bucerius Lecture
New GHI Publications
Staff Changes
GHI Fellowships and Internships
Recipients of GHI Fellowships
GHI Research Seminar, Spring-Summer 2011
GHI Doctoral Seminar, Spring-Summer 2011
GHI Lecture Series, Fall-Winter 2011
GHI Calendar of Events 2011/12

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