The radical antisemitism of Nazi Germany’s wartime propaganda constituted an interpretive prism through which Nazi leaders viewed and. Editorial Reviews. Review. With the market so saturated with books that have ” Nazi” in their Jeffrey Herf’s latest book, The Jewish Enemy–dealing with Nazi propaganda during the Holocaust–sheds new light on what happened then in. The Jewish Enemy: Nazi Propaganda during World War II and the Holocaust [ Jeffrey Herf] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The sheer.
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David Welch; J effrey H erf. Belknap Press of Harvard University Press. Fascination with the Holocaust appears inexhaustible.
A recent addition to the literature is Jeffrey Herf’s book. Herf has written widely on Weimar and Nazi history.
The Jewish Enemy
He claims in his preface that this is the first book to examine in depth the Nazi’s paranoid antisemitic account of the world war. While this claim is somewhat exaggerated, Herf’s bookremains an important contribution to the growing jffrey on the Holocaust. Adopting a modified intentionalist approach, the work analyzes the ideological intentions of key political figures in the period leading up to World War II.
Herf rightly maintains that a long tradition of elite and popular antisemitism in Germany created a climate of indifference that allowed for an incremental persecution of Jews, but does not, in itself, sufficiently explain a policy of genocide.
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