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Resistance and Collaboration in Hitler's Empire

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Red Globe Press

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Studies in European History

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This new study provides a concise, accessible introduction to occupied Europe. It gives a clear overview of the history and historiography of resistance and collaboration. It explores how these terms cannot be examined...

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This new study provides a concise, accessible introduction to occupied Europe. It gives a clear overview of the history and historiography of resistance and collaboration. It explores how these terms cannot be examined separately, but are always entangled.

Covering Europe from east to west, this book aims to explore the evolution of scholarly approaches to resistance and collaboration. Not limiting itself to any one area, it looks at armed struggle, daily life, complicity and rescue, the Catholic Church, and official and public memory since the end of the war. 

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Widely studied historical period

Concise and accessible overview
Deals with the whole of Europe, rather than focusing on the West as is often the case

Editors' Preface
1. Interpretations
2. Gender as a Framework of Analysis
3. Political Violence
4. Everyday Resistance and Collaboration
5. Christian Responses to Dictatorship, War and Occupation
6. Genocide and Rescue
7. Resistance, Collaboration and Postwar Reconstruction
8. Beyond Resistance and Collaboration
Bibliography
Index.

“Resistance and Collaboration in Hitler’s Empire offers an impressive synthesis of the literature on this expansive subject, functioning both as an accessible introduction for the student and a sober historiographical critique for the specialist. … Resistance and Collaboration in Hitler’s Empire is an excellent introduction to the subject for students and the general public alike. For the specialist, Drapac and Pritchard raise important questions, the answers to which will likely define the historiography in years to come.” (Kirk Robert Graham, Australian Journal of Politics and History, Vol. 65 (1), 2019)
The book’s usefulness goes beyond merely an introduction to the topic for students—it also presents a model for writing a transnational social history of lived experience under Nazi rule. – Rebecca Carter-Chand, Journal of Church and State, Vol. 61 (3), 2019
There is no doubt that Resistance and Collaboration is well worth perusing. The authors write in a lucid style and the book is superbly organized. For students and the reading public, it provides a comprehensively researched summary of both the topic and its historiographical legacy. – Perry Biddiscombe, H-France Review, Vol. 19 (26), 2019
Vesna Drapac and Gareth Pritchard’s Resistance and Collaboration in Hitler’s Empire offers an impressive synthesis of the literature on this expansive subject, functioning both as an accessible introduction for the student and a sober historiographical critique for the specialist. [….] As a critical historiography, Resistance and Collaboration in Hitler’s Empire is an excellent introduction to the subject for students and the general public alike. For the specialist, Drapac and Pritchard raise important questions, the answers to which will likely define the historiography in years to come. – Kirk Robert Graham, Australian Journal of Politics and History, vol. 65 issue 1
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Vesna Drapac is Associate Professor of History at the University of Adelaide, Australia. Her publications include War and Religion: Catholics in the Churches of Occupied Paris and Constructing Yugoslavia: A Transnational History.

Gareth Pritchard is Lecturer in History at the University of Adelaide. He is also the author of Niemandsland: A History of Unoccupied Germany and The Making of the GDR.

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Vesna Drapac is Associate Professor of History at the University of Adelaide, Australia. Her publications include War and Religion: Catholics in the Churches of Occupied Paris and Constructing Yugoslavia: A Transnational History.

Gareth Pritchard is Lecturer in History at the University of Adelaide. He is also the author of Niemandsland: A History of Unoccupied Germany and The Making of the GDR.

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