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Switzerland and the Second World War / ed. by Georg Kreis ; with a forew. by David Cesarani, London ; Portland, Or. : Frank Cass, 2000, XVII, 378 S.
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Introduction: Four Debates and Little Dissent (Georges Kreis) , pp. 1 ss.
1. Foreign Trade and Swiss Politics, 1939-45 (Marc Perrenoud), pp. 26ss.
2. Switzerland's International Financial Relations, 1931-1950 (Jakob Tanner), pp. 69ss.
3. German Gold - Allied Gold, 1940-45 (Philippe Marguerat), pp. 69 ss.
4. Unclaimed Assets of Nazi Victims in Switzerland: What People Knew and Wahat Else The Ought to Know (Peter Hug), pp. 81 ss.
5. Swiss Refugee Policy, 1933-45 (Georg Kreis), pp. 103ss.
6. Investgations 'Anti-Semitism'?: On the Concept and Function of 'Anti-Semitism' and Problems Involved in Research (Jacques Picard), pp. 132ss.
7. Pilet-Golaz and the Making of Swiss Foreign Policy: Some Remarks (Neville Wylie), pp. 158 ss.
8. 'Neither this Way nor any Other': Swiss Internationalism during the Seconde World War (Madeleine Herren), pp. 171 ss.
9. The Military National Defence, 1939-45 (Rudolf Jaun), pp. 194 ss.
10. Political and Humanitarian Resistance in Switzerland, 1939-45 (André Lasserre), pp. 212 ss.
11. 'Spiritual National Defence' in the 1930s: Swiss Political Culture between the Wars (Joseh Mooser), pp. 236ss.
12. Swiss Memory of the Seconde World War in the immediate Post-War Period, 1945-48.
13. The 1946 National Public Opinion Survey as a Democratic Challenge (Niklaus Stettler), pp. 282 ss.
14. Governmental Malaisewith History: From the White Paper to the Bonjour Report (Sacha Zala), pp. 321 ss.
15. Lest We Forget. Switzerland and the Second World War: the Sources (Andreas Kellerhals-Maeder), pp. 333 ss.
16. On the Role of the 'Swiss Independent Expert Commission on the Seconde Word War' (Jean-François Bergier), pp. 353ss.
Postscript, pp. 362ss.
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