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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies
New Issue of Holocaust and Genocide Studies Available The Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is pleased to announce the publication of Holocaust and Genocide Studies, volume 20, number 3. HGS, the Museum's scholarly journal, is the major international, multidisciplinary forum for the publication of new scholarship on the Holocaust. Its Editor-in-Chief, American University's Professor Richard D. Breitman, sits on the Academic Committee of the United States Holocaust Memorial Council. For more information go here. Highlights from Holocaust and Genocide Studies, vol. 20, no. 3, include:
"Local Collaboration in the Execution of the 'Final Solution' in Nazi-Occupied Belorussia," by Leonid Rein
"The Mindanao Plan: Political Obstacles to Jewish Refugee Settlement," by Frank Ephraim
"Anti-Jewish Policy and Organization of the Deportations in France and the Netherlands, 1940--1944: A Comparative Study," by Pim Griffioen and Ron Zeller
Research Note: "The Holocaust in the Netherlands and the Rate of Jewish Survival," by Marnix Croes
Reviews of thirteen recent scholarly works in the field.
Holocaust and Genocide Studies is published three times a year by Oxford University Press. Specially discounted subscriptions are available to students and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum members on a one-calendar-year basis for U.S. $43. Send requests for subscriptions or a free sample copy to Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Journals Marketing, Oxford University Press, 2001 Evans Road, Cary, NC 27513.