Отрывки из книги Жака Семелина, Безоружные против Гитлера: Элементы социальной сплоченности
Note: Russian translation of Chapter 5 –“Elements of Social Cohesion” –from the book “Unarmed Against Hitler: Civilian Resistance in Europe, 1939-1943,” by Jacques Semelin.
What did the peoples and governments of occupied Europe do–or not do–to impede Nazi administrators and armies, to facilitate an Allied victory, and to resist the Holocaust? These are some of the questions raised and examined in detail in Semelin’s fascinating account. Essential concepts such as “resistance” or “non-cooperation” and “legitimacy” are explored as to their implications for what happened and what the meaning may be for future proponents of non-violence in the face of aggression.
Westport, CN — 1993
ISBN-10 (English): 0275939618
ISBN-13 (English): 978-0275939618