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Year:  2008 Issue: 74 Language: Italian 
Pages:  11 Pg. 149-159 FullText PDF:  66 KB

Recensione ABSTRACT: Mariuccia Salvati reviews the Storia della Shoah, Utet 2005-2006, edited by Marina Cattaruzza, Marcello Flores, Simon Levis Sullam and Enzo Traverso. After an overall description of the work, she identifies an interpretative red thread, originating in Hannah Arendt’s intuition of the Shoah as the product of the crisis of the nation-state and hence an event symbolizing the crisis of European civilization. Arendt’s thesis is reinterpreted and corrected in the light of what has emerged since the opening of the archives in eastern European countries since 1989. The issue ends with two groups of short reviews: the first on the national-socialist regime, edited by Enzo Collotti; the second on Giustizia e Libertà and azionismo, edited by Cesare Panizza.

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