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The Resource The German church struggle and the Holocaust, Edited by Franklin H. Littell [and] Hubert G. Locke

The German church struggle and the Holocaust, Edited by Franklin H. Littell [and] Hubert G. Locke

Label
The German church struggle and the Holocaust
Title
The German church struggle and the Holocaust
Statement of responsibility
Edited by Franklin H. Littell [and] Hubert G. Locke
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
261.7/0943
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Index
index present
LC call number
BR856
LC item number
.I57 1970
Literary form
non fiction
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1970
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International Scholars' Conference
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Littell, Franklin Hamlin
  • Locke, Hubert G.
  • Walker and Gertrude Cisler Library
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  • Church and state
  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
Label
The German church struggle and the Holocaust, Edited by Franklin H. Littell [and] Hubert G. Locke
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Sponsored by the Walker and Gertrude Cisler Library of the Grosberg Religious Center
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Revisionism and counterrevisionism in the historiography of the church struggle
  • Beate Ruhm von Oppen
  • Publications on the Holocaust
  • Henry Friedlander
  • 2.
  • Historical political considerations:
  • Problems of resistance in national socialist Germany
  • Peter Hoffmann
  • Objective and subjective inhibitants in the German resistance to Hitler
  • William Sheridan Allen
  • 1.
  • German state and Protestant elites
  • Frederick O. Bonkovsky
  • Hitler's challenge to the churches: a theological political analysis of Mein kampf
  • Michael D. Ryan
  • 3.
  • Theological implications:
  • Troubled self-interpretation and uncertain reception in the church struggle
  • Eberhard Bethge
  • Message of Barmen for contemporary church history
  • Arthur C. Cochrane
  • Introduction and historical background:
  • Catholic resistance?: a yes and a no
  • Gordon C. Zahn
  • 4.
  • Personal reflections:
  • On nazism and the church struggle
  • Ferdinand Freidensburg
  • Some perspectives on religious faith after Auschwitz
  • Richard L. Rubenstein
  • Talking and writing and keeping silent
  • Elie Wiesel
  • Church struggle and the Holocaust
  • What can America learn from the German church struggle?
  • Theodore A. Gill
  • Franklin H. Littell
  • Present state of research and writing on the church struggle
  • John S. Conway
  • Niemoller archives
  • Wilhelm Niemoller
Control code
700299
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
328 p.
Isbn
9780814314920
Lccn
72009352
Label
The German church struggle and the Holocaust, Edited by Franklin H. Littell [and] Hubert G. Locke
Publication
Note
Sponsored by the Walker and Gertrude Cisler Library of the Grosberg Religious Center
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Revisionism and counterrevisionism in the historiography of the church struggle
  • Beate Ruhm von Oppen
  • Publications on the Holocaust
  • Henry Friedlander
  • 2.
  • Historical political considerations:
  • Problems of resistance in national socialist Germany
  • Peter Hoffmann
  • Objective and subjective inhibitants in the German resistance to Hitler
  • William Sheridan Allen
  • 1.
  • German state and Protestant elites
  • Frederick O. Bonkovsky
  • Hitler's challenge to the churches: a theological political analysis of Mein kampf
  • Michael D. Ryan
  • 3.
  • Theological implications:
  • Troubled self-interpretation and uncertain reception in the church struggle
  • Eberhard Bethge
  • Message of Barmen for contemporary church history
  • Arthur C. Cochrane
  • Introduction and historical background:
  • Catholic resistance?: a yes and a no
  • Gordon C. Zahn
  • 4.
  • Personal reflections:
  • On nazism and the church struggle
  • Ferdinand Freidensburg
  • Some perspectives on religious faith after Auschwitz
  • Richard L. Rubenstein
  • Talking and writing and keeping silent
  • Elie Wiesel
  • Church struggle and the Holocaust
  • What can America learn from the German church struggle?
  • Theodore A. Gill
  • Franklin H. Littell
  • Present state of research and writing on the church struggle
  • John S. Conway
  • Niemoller archives
  • Wilhelm Niemoller
Control code
700299
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
328 p.
Isbn
9780814314920
Lccn
72009352

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