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University Archives Christopher R. Browning Papers
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Zündel Pamphlets and Lechter Report

Includes copy of Ernst Zündel’s revisionist pamphlet, “Did Six Million Really Die?” and an annotated copy by Dr. Browning. Materials regarding the 1988 Leuchter Report including an original copy, review article, and correspondence (in German) with Werner Wegner on a scholarly publication and review of the report.

World In Action (Side B)

Cassette tape transcript of television episode of World In Action, a British program about current affairs. Episode is about Walter Rauff, the Nazi charged with inventing the gas van as a means of mass murder during the Holocaust. Dr. Browning is a guest on the program and discusses Rauff’s role in the Final Solution.

Woodrow Wilson Center Lecture

Transcript of lecture given by Dr. Browning at Woodrow Wilson Center. Lecture and following discussion is primarily about the different viewpoints proposed in Dr. Browning’s book, Ordinary Men, and in Daniel Goldhagen’s book, Hitler’s Willing Executioners. Dr. Browning also provides a brief historical overview of the major theories in Holocaust studies. Includes two discs.

"Window on the Holocaust" Lecture

Dr. Browning speaks at the Pastor’s Brunch on campus, discussing his book Ordinary Men in Ordinary Menrelation to the psychological side of the perpetrators of the Holocaust. This lecture was recorded to DVD.

WGN Radio Chicago with Milton Rosenberg

Radio program based in Chicago hosted by Milton Rosenberg, featuring as guests Dr. Browning, Raul Hilberg, professor of Political Science at the University of Vermont, and Geoffrey Hartman, professor of English at Yale University. They were participating in the Conference of Holocaust Scholars at Northwestern University. On the radio they discussed the destruction of the Jews during the Holocaust as well as genocide in the present-day world. Includes two discs (sides 3a and 3b).

Von Rosenstiel Lecture

Dr. Browning was featured at the Von Rosenstiel lecture at the University of South Florida where he discussed “Ordinary Germans, Ordinary Men, and the Goldhagen Controversy.”

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