Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press
Number of pages: 488
Weight: 794 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 36 mm
Situates Romania's Holocaust within the larger framework of Ion Antonescu's vision of an ethnically homogenous Greater Romania. -- Daniel M. Pennell * Austrian History Yearbook *
Purifying the Nation makes a major contribution to the literature on ethnic cleansing during World War II. -- Irina Livezeanu * Slavic Review *
A very major addition to the scholarship on the subject. -- Daniel Chirot * Journal of Modern History *
This well-researched and scrupulous account is not only a significant contribution to Holocaust history, but also to the broader understanding of extremist nationalism and of the Antonescu regime. -- Stanley G. Payne * International History Review *
A valuable contribution to research on nationalism, violence, and statehood in interwar and wartime Southeastern Europe.
Solonari's work is exciting to read and his thesis is vigorously argued. The material is well organized into chapters, with a good narrative and excellent illustrations... Purifying the Nation is an energetic and keenly-expounded report on research. -- Alex Drace-Francis * European History Quarterly *
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