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100 1  Raim, Edith,|d1965-|eauthor. 
245 10 Nazi crimes against Jews and German post-war justice :
       |bthe West German judicial system during allied occupation
       (1945-1949) /|cEdith Raim. 
264  1 Berlin ;|aMunich ;|aBoston :|bDe Gruyter Oldenbourg,
264  4 |c©2015 
300    1 online resource (xiii, 332 pages). 
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490 1  New perspectives on modern Jewish history ;|vvol. 3 
504    Includes bibliographical references and indexes. 
505 0  The legal division of the western allies -- The re-opening
       of German courts and the German administration of justice 
       -- Physical conditions for the reconstruction of courts --
       The German administration of justice at work -- 
       Denazification and personnel politics -- The western 
       allies and the prosecution of Nazi crimes -- The phase-out
       of allied trials and transfer to German prosecution -- The
       reconstruction of Nazi crimes against Jews -- The 
       prosecution of the pogrom -- The prosecution of the 
505 0  Foreword; Table of Contents; Introduction; Sources and 
       Method; Scope and Aim; A Note on Translations; Notes on 
       German Sources; Part I: The Reconstruction of the German 
       Judicial System in the Western Zones; The American Legal 
       Division; The British Legal Division; The French Direction
       Générale de la Justice; Western Allied Politics Concerning
       the German Judicial System; German Courts Branch, German 
       Courts Inspectorate, Contrôle de la Justice Allemande; The
       Re-opening of German Courts and the German Administration 
       of Justice; Re-opening of Courts in the American Zone of 
505 8  Re-opening of Courts in the British Zone Re-opening of 
       Courts in the French Zone; Re-opening of Courts in Berlin,
       Bremen, and the Saar; Re-opening of the Courts of Appeal; 
       The Supreme Court in the British Zone; The Renascent 
       Ministries of Justice of the Länder; The Central Legal 
       Office; Physical Conditions for the Reconstruction of 
       Courts; The Search for Alternative Housing; Attempts at 
       Repair; Files, Office Supplies, Communication, and 
       Transport; Excursus: Living Conditions of Members of the 
       Judiciary; The German Administration of Justice at Work; 
       The Police Force and the Penal System. 
505 8  Public Prosecutors and CourtsWork Load; Allied Criticism; 
       Denazification and Personnel Politics; Personnel Politics 
       in the American Zone; Denazification of the Judiciary in 
       the American Zone; Personnel Politics in the British Zone;
       Denazification of the Judiciary in the British Zone; 
       Personnel Politics in the French Zone; Denazification of 
       the Judiciary in the French Zone; Criticism of the German 
       Administration of Justice; Summary; Part II: Legal 
       Foundations for the Prosecution of Nazi Crimes by the West
       German Judiciary; The Western Allies and the Prosecution 
       of Nazi Crimes. 
505 8  German Demands Concerning the Prosecution of "Crimes 
       Against Germans"The Implementation of Control Council Law 
       No. 10 in the British Zone; The Implementation of Control 
       Council Law No. 10 in the French Zone; The Discussion 
       Concerning Control Council Law No. 10 in the American 
       Zone; German Jurists and Law No. 10; The Phase-out of 
       Allied Trials and Transfer to German Prosecution; The 
       American Point of View; The British Stance; The French 
       Exception; Allied Interventions in West German Trials; 
       Summary; Part III: The Prosecution of Nazi Crimes Against 
505 8  The Reconstruction of Nazi Crimes Against Jews Early 
       Excesses 1933; Racial Defilement; Excesses 1934-1937; 
       Excesses in 1938, Before November; "Aryanization"; 
       Excesses After November 1938; Violent Acts After the 
       Beginning of the War; Trapped in the "Judenhaus"; 
       Denunciations; Bullying of Jewish Forced Laborers and 
       Actions Against Jews in the Second Half of WW II; The Fate
       of Jewish Children in Foster Care; Desecration of Jewish 
       Cemeteries; The Prosecution of the Pogrom; Local 
       Peculiarities of the Pogrom; Property Offenses; The Ritual
       of Public Degradation. 
520    While the International Military Tribunal and the 
       subsequent American Military Tribunals at Nuremberg dealt 
       with a variety of Nazi crimes, these courts did not 
       consider themselves cognizant in adjudicating wrongdoings 
       against those who lost German citizenship based on the so-
       called "Nuremberg laws," such as Germany's Jews. Until 
       recently, scholarship failed to explore this task of the 
       German judiciary in more detail. Edith Raim fills this gap
       by showing the extent of the crimes committed against Jews
       beyond the traditionally known facts and by elucidating 
       how the West German administratio. 
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