1. Introduction.- 2. Mengele at Auschwitz: Reconstructing the Twins; Paul Weindling.- 3. Survivors, Victims, and Perpetrators at the Lower Austrian Psychiatric Hospital Mauer-Öhling during the National Socialist Era; Philipp Mettauer.- 4. An Account from Transnistria: The Diary of Lipman Kunstadt, a Social Critic from Within; Dalia Ofer and Sarah Rosen.- 5. Decency over Patriotism: A Case Study of German Quaker Resistance; Evelyn Price.- 6. The Role of German and Austrian Emigres in the US Army in the Liberation of Hitler’s Fortress Europe and the Denazification Process; Patricia Kollander.- 7. What is True and What is Right? An Infant Jewish Orphan's Identity; Kateřina Králová.- 8. "When we came to Persia – it was like resurrection": Child Refugees in Tehran during World War II and their Resettlement in Mandate Palestine; Kathrin Haurand.- 9. "From Dachau to Cyprus" – Jewish Refugees and the Cyprus Internment Camps: Relief and Rehabilitation, 1946-1949; Eliana Hadjisavvas.- 10. Hungarian Jewish Holocaust Survivors Registered in Displaced Persons Camps in Apulia: An Analysis Based on the Holdings of the Arolsen (International Tracing Service) Digital Archive; Ildikó Barna.- 11. Jews and their Informal Space in Klaipėda, 1945-1960; Ruth Leiserowitz.- 12. New Home and Transitional Spaces for Holocaust Survivors in Chile and Mexico; Yael Siman and Nancy Nicholls.- 13. International Resistance Veterans’ Organisations in the Debate on Limitation in 1965; Maximilian Becker.- 14. A Right to Compensation after Persecution? Examining the Testimonies of British Victims of Nazism; Gilly Carr and Lauren Willmott.- 15. A Spatial History of Drancy: Architecture, Appropriation and Memory; Stephanie Hesz-Wood.
Suzanne Bardgett is Head of Research and Academic
Partnerships at Imperial War Museums, UK, and has been a member of
the organizing committee for the Beyond Camps and Forced Labour
conference since its inception in 2003. She is the author of
Wartime London in Paintings (2020).
Christine Schmidt is Deputy Director and Head of Research at the Wiener Holocaust Library in London, UK. She has published essays in Agency and the Holocaust: Essays in Honor of Debórah Dwork (Palgrave, 2020) and Tracing and Documenting Nazi Victims Past and Present (2020).
Dan Stone is Professor of Modern History and Director of the Holocaust Research Institute at Royal Holloway, University of London, UK. He has published sixteen books including Histories of the Holocaust (2010), The Liberation of the Camps: The End of the Holocaust and its Aftermath (2015) and Concentration Camps: A Very Short Introduction (2019).