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Index




Andreev, Andrei, 49
Abel, Theodor, 311
anticapitalist revolution, Soviet (1929“30),
abortion
Nazi 141
anti-Jewish legislation, Nazi (April 1933), 72
compulsory, 247
antisemitism, 68, 247, 254. See also
differential access to, 113
eugenics, 114 persecution
therapeutic, 114 anti-Soviet elements, de¬ned, 252
Soviet, 110 appointments, Soviet, 47, 48, 50, 62, 70
1944 decree on, 125 Arbeitswissenschaftliches Institut (Institute for
and fertility, 93, 113 Labor Science of the German Labor
illegal, 113, 124, 125 Front), 152
justi¬cations for bans on, 113 Arendt, Hannah, 20, 22, 24, 33, 266, 281, 299
outlawed by decrees (June and Arkhangel™sk, 351
November 1936), 112 Arkhitektura za rubezhom (Architecture
unauthorized, 124 Abroad), 438
Weimar, 113 armament production, Nazi (1939“44), 82
Achenbach, Oscar Robert, Genealogische Armenia/Armenians, 96, 212, 222
Plauderei, 330 Armia Krajowa, 221
Administration for Special Resettlements, 160 Army
A¬nogenov, Alexander, On the Eve, 363 Red, 49, 360
Ahnenpass (genealogical passport)/Ahnentafel, casualties, 162, 163
compared to Stakhanovite worker, 336
330
Aktionseinheit, 313, 327 service in, as proletarian credential, 234,
album procedures, Soviet, 214 258
Aleksandrov, Grigorii, 435 Soviet, 159, 275, 289, 360. See also Army
Alexander Nevsky (Eisenstein, 1938), 439 High Command
Algeria, 255 Army Group Center, 165, 371, 381
All-Ukrainian Association of Proletarian Army High Command, 192. See also Army,
Artists (VUAPKh), 242 Soviet
All-Union Association of Proletarian Army of the East, 354, 358, 371, 374, 375,
Architects (VOPRA), 242 378. See also Ostarmee
All-Union Communist Party. See aryanization
Communist Party of the Soviet Union of Germans, 327, 330, 339
alphabet reform, Soviet, 234 of Jewish property, 255
Alsace, 152, 154 of Polish property, 156


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Red, 425
Askaris (auxiliaries), 262. See also auxiliaries
Berliner Tageblatt, 123
asocials
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Nazi, 144, 255, 257 Bevolkerungspolitik, 115. See also population
categories of, easily identi¬able, 280 Beyrau, Dietrich, 22
de¬ned (December 1937), 256 Bialystok, 155
estimated numbers of, 175 biography, Soviet heroic, 319
preventative detention decree against birth control
(December 1937), 256 Nazi, availability of, 105
projected violence against, 176 Weimar clinics, 105
Soviet, social and political, 142 blat, 295
Association of Revolutionary Workers of Bloch, Marc, 21
Cinematography (ARRK), 242 blocking detachments (zagraditel™nye otriady),
associations, youth 364, 386
Catholic, 298 Blomberg, Werner von, 74
Nazi, 271“73 Blood Is Our Frontier (slogan), 194
Stalinist, 273“74 Blutschutzgesetz (Law for the Protection of
atomization, social, 266, 299 German Blood and German Honor,
atrocities, 259, 349, 354, 368, 372, 373, 389. 1935), 115
See also ethnic cleansing; eugenics; Bogdanov, Alexander, 315
genocide; Holocaust; murder, mass Bohemia, 152.
Auschwitz (concentration camp), 154, 157, Bolsheviks
aspirations to centralism, 43
377
Austria, 74, 75, 153 and class analysis, 232

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