By Jochen Böhler,Robert Gerwarth
Western Europe) who served below the SS flag. the place did the non-Germans within the SS come from (socially, geographically, and culturally)? What stimulated them? What can we learn about the practicalities of foreign collaboration in conflict and genocide, by way of way of life, language, and ideological training?
Did a typical transnational id end up due to the shared ideological convictions or reports of maximum violence? that allows you to deal with those questions (and others), The Waffen-SS adopts an procedure that does justice to the complexity of the topic, including a extra nuanced, empirically sound figuring out of collaboration in Europe in the course of international struggle II, whereas additionally trying to push the methodological obstacles of the historiographical style of culprit experiences by means of adopting a
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