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Beyond totalitarianism : Stalinism and Nazism compared

by Geyer, Michael.
Type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2009Edition: 1st ed. Paperback.Description: ix, 536 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0521723973.Subject(s): Germany -- Politics and government | Soviet Union | Totalitarianism | Geography & History
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Introduction: after totalitarianism : Stalinism and Nazism compared / Michael Geyer with assistance from Sheila Fitzpatrick -- Governance -- The political (dis)orders of Stalinism and National Socialism / Yoram Gorlizki and Hans Mommsen -- Utopian biopolitics: reproductive policies, gender roles, and sexuality in Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union / David L. Hoffmann and Annette F. Timm -- Violence -- State violence : violent societies / Christian Gerlach and Nicolas Werth -- The quest for order and the pursuit of terror: National Socialist Germany and the Stalinist Soviet Union as multi-ethnic empires / Jo?rg Baberowski and Anselm Doering-Manteuffel -- Socialization -- Frameworks for social engineering: Stalinist schema of identification and the Nazi Volksgemeinschaft / Christopher R. Browning and Lewis H. Siegelbaum -- Energizing the everyday: on the breaking and making of social bonds in Nazism and Stalinism / Sheila Fitzpatrick and Alf Lu?dtke -- The new man in Stalinist Russia and Nazi Germany / Peter Fritzsche and Jochen Hellbeck -- Entanglements -- States of exception: the Nazi-Soviet war as a system of violence, 1939--1945 / Mark Edele and Michael Geyer -- Mutual perceptions and projections: Stalin's Russia in Nazi Germany: Nazi Germany in Stalin's Russia : Nazi Germany in the Soviet Union / Katerina Clark and Karl Schlo?gel.