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in Beyond "Ordinary Men"
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1.1 Members of Reserve Police Battalion 101 and Jewish women victims in Międzyrec, Poland. Yad Vashem Archives.

6.1 Shimon Brod with young David Stoliar (1942). The Central Zionist Archives, Jerusalem.

7.1 Protectorate passport picture of Marie Schmolka. National Archives of the Czech Republic, Prague.

12.1 Christopher R. Browning and Daniel J. Goldhagen at the Symposium on “The ‘Willing Executioners’/‘Ordinary Men’ Debate” in Washington, DC, in 1996. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives.

15.1 Photo album of RPB 101 officer Julius Wohlauf. Geschichtsort Villa ten Hompel, Münster.

15.2 Discussion with students in the permanent exhibit of the Villa ten Hompel, Münster. Photograph by Stefan Querl, Geschichtsort Villa ten Hompel, Münster.

17.1 Cover of Christopher R. Browning, Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution in Poland (1992). Courtesy of HarperCollins.

17.2 Cover of Christopher R. Browning, Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution in Poland (2017). Courtesy of HarperCollins.

17.3 Cover of Daniel Jonah Goldhagen, Hitler’s Willing Executioners: Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust (1996). Courtesy of Penguin Random House.

18.1 The ZAL-L and DAW, April 1944. National Archives Record Administration.

18.2 Zeev Porath, Drawing of inner camp entrance. Ghetto Fighters’ House Museum, Beit Lohamei Haghetaot.

18.3 ZAL-L with latrines marked, 1944. National Archives Record Administration.

18.4 Luftwaffe Aerial Photograph of ZAL-L (L), National Archives Record Administration; Porath’s drawing of the ZAL-L (R). Ghetto Fighters’ House Museum, Beit Lohamei Haghetaot.

18.5 The Rokita execution. Ghetto Fighters’ House Museum, Beit Lohamei Haghetaot.

18.6 Aerial Photograph, 1944, National Archives Record Administration; Misiewicz’s sketch, 1960. Staatsarchiv Ludwigsburg.

18.7 Map of the Janowska complex drawn by former commandant of the DAW, Fritz Gebauer. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives.

Beyond "Ordinary Men"

Christopher R. Browning and Holocaust Historiography

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