Goldhagen’s 1996 book Hitler's Willing Executioners was a landmark work on orthodox Holocaust historiography, in that it tried to prove that the German populace in general knew and willingly assisted Hitler in his wanton mass murder of millions of Jews. This theory drew heavy criticism from various quarters, not just revisionists.
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|Author ||Document ||Language ||Published |
|Smith, B. ||CODOH informs media of revisionist subtext in new anti-German polemic, On Goldhagen's "Hitler's Willing Executioners." A Review. ||English ||1996-05-01 |
|CODOH News ||Polish Professor Tried for Revisionism, ThoughtCrime: 11/16/99 ||English ||1998-11-16 |
|Goldhagen, D. ||A reply to my critics: Motives, causes, and alibis ||English ||1996-12-23 |
|Widmann, R. ||Holocaust Literature vs. holocaust scholarship, Thoughts on Finkelstein, Goldhagen and Holocaust Revisionism ||English ||1998-12-01 |
|Weber, C. ||Goldhagen’s ‘Evil’ Indictment of Germans, Book Review ||English ||1996-03-01 |