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summary Bloodlands Europe Between Hitler and Stalin Timothy Snyder Î 3 review Bloodlands Europe Between Hitler and Stalin review ß 3 Es sabido ue la Alemania nazi asesinó cerca de seis millones de judíos Lo ue no lo es tanto es ue junto al horror del Holocausto los regímenes de Hitler y de Stalin asesinaron a otros ocho millones de civiles la mayoría mujeres niños y ancianos solo en lo ue Timothy Snyder denomina las «Tierras de Sangre»Se suele identificar el horror del siglo xx con los campos de concentración Sin embargo la mayoría de las víctimas del nacionalsocialismo y del estalinis. First there are numbers 13788 at Polesie23600 at Kamiamets Podilskyi3739 prisoners at Starobilsk358 one night at Palmiry Forest2500 at Leningrad by October 19415500 by November50500 by December1000000 by the end of the Leningrad siege80000 at Stalag 30760000 at Stalag 31955000 at Stalag 32523000 at Stalag 316500000 Soviet prisoners in the General Government450 one night at Krzesawice12000 at Dnipropetrovsk386798 kulaks33761 at Babi Yar14 million in allNot soldiers in battle Just people in the wrong place Jews Poles Lithuanians BelarusiansThink of the 1 at the end of 33761 Timothy Snyder tells us insists Each of the living bore a nameEmmanuel Ringelblum who created archives in the Warsaw ghetto making its history possible and died betrayed Adam Czerniakow told to present 5000 Jews at a transfer point and certain mass death and killed himself insteadSofia Karpai a doctor who refused to yield under Stalin s tortureAnd Dina Pronicheva always Dina Pronicheva one person yet than a number who lived to tell of Babi YarAlong the way Violence is not confidence and terror is not masteryAnd Those German soldiers who saw the Treblinka transports knew if they wanted to know just what they were fighting forThere are people some even in the reviews on this site who argue which people suffered In a powerful closing chapter Snyder asks Can the dead really belong to anyone And he warns us What begins as competitive martyrology can end with martyrological imperialism We reflexively seem to need to see Hitler and Stalin as different from us that we could never do what they did that they are inhuman Careful Snyder says That Jews and non Aryans were sub human was Hitler s justification for murder To find other people to be inhuman Snyder writes is to take a step toward not away from the Nazi positionThe scholarship in this book is superb much taken from untranslated Polish sources And while the numbers sometimes read as lists and points are often repetitively and numbingly made Bloodlands is thought provoking and personal The Nazi and Soviet regimes turned people into numbers some of which we can only estimate some of which we can reconstruct with fair precision It is for us as scholars to seek these numbers and to put them into perspective It is for us as humanists to turn the numbers back into people If we cannot do that then Hitler and Stalin have shaped not only our world but our humanity The Castle Diaries regímenes de Hitler y de Stalin asesinaron a otros ocho millones de civiles la mayoría mujeres niños y ancianos solo en lo ue Timothy Snyder denomina las «Tierras de Sangre»Se suele identificar el horror del siglo xx con los campos de concentración Sin embargo la mayoría de las víctimas del nacionalsocialismo y del estalinis. First there are numbers 13788 at Polesie23600 at Kamiamets Podilskyi3739 prisoners at Starobilsk358 one night at Palmiry Forest2500 at Leningrad by October 19415500 by November50500 by December1000000 by the end of the Leningrad siege80000 at Stalag 30760000 at Stalag 31955000 at Stalag 32523000 at Stalag 316500000 Soviet prisoners in the General Government450 one night at Krzesawice12000 at Dnipropetrovsk386798 kulaks33761 at Babi Yar14 million in allNot soldiers in battle Just people in the wrong place Jews Poles Lithuanians BelarusiansThink of the 1 at the end of 33761 Timothy Snyder tells us insists Each of the living bore a nameEmmanuel Ringelblum who created archives in the Warsaw ghetto making its history possible and died betrayed Adam Czerniakow told to present 5000 Jews at a transfer point and certain mass death and killed himself insteadSofia Karpai a doctor who The Song of the Mockingbird refused to yield under Stalin s tortureAnd Dina Pronicheva always Dina Pronicheva one person yet than a number who lived to tell of Babi YarAlong the way Violence is not confidence and terror is not masteryAnd Those German soldiers who saw the Treblinka transports knew if they wanted to know just what they were fighting forThere are people some even in the Sir Halmanac and the Crimson Star reviews on this site who argue which people suffered In a powerful closing chapter Snyder asks Can the dead Souls in the Great Machine really belong to anyone And he warns us What begins as competitive martyrology can end with martyrological imperialism We Judge Dredd Chronicles #19 reflexively seem to need to see Hitler and Stalin as different from us that we could never do what they did that they are inhuman Careful Snyder says That Jews and non Aryans were sub human was Hitler s justification for murder To find other people to be inhuman Snyder writes is to take a step toward not away from the Nazi positionThe scholarship in this book is superb much taken from untranslated Polish sources And while the numbers sometimes THE WALLPAPER CHASE read as lists and points are often SpongeBob Mix Match repetitively and numbingly made Bloodlands is thought provoking and personal The Nazi and Soviet Rules of the Knife Fight regimes turned people into numbers some of which we can only estimate some of which we can Know What I Saw? reconstruct with fair precision It is for us as scholars to seek these numbers and to put them into perspective It is for us as humanists to turn the numbers back into people If we cannot do that then Hitler and Stalin have shaped not only our world but our humanity

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summary Bloodlands Europe Between Hitler and Stalin Timothy Snyder Î 3 review Bloodlands Europe Between Hitler and Stalin review ß 3 Mo nunca vio un campo de concentración ni de exterminioDel mismo modo los asesinatos en masa en Europa suelen asociarse con la muerte en cámaras de gas Pero no fue el gas el método más empleado Más de siete millones de civiles y prisioneros de guerra murieron porue se les negó la comida Por primera vez el historiador Timothy Snyder describe en este libro la amplitud del horror ue supuso el asesinato de catorce millones de ciudadanos europeos en solo doce año. This is history that deserves to be read if for no other reason to acknowledge the individual lives of so many innocent people deliberately murdered We re not talking war casualties or so called collateral wartime deaths We re talking civilians sentenced to death by deliberate national policy Sometimes they were targeted because of national political or ethnic reasons Sometimes they were targeted for no particular discernible reason The author does a good job of balancing the numbingly huge numbers with the firsthand accounts from letters and diaries of victims recorded memories of survivors and written records of the perpetrators One example I found especially horrific were the words from a letter written by an Austrian soldier to his wife telling of how he is repeatedly shooting on a daily basis large numbers of Jews including women and children He even includes details such as throwing babies into the air and shooting them before they fall into the pit or water Can you image admitting such behavior in writing to a spouse Presumably his wife approved One wonders if these stories were shared with this couple s children He specifically mentions in his letter that he thinks of his own childrenAfter reading about millions of Ukrainian peasants starved because of an artificial famine created by Soviet collectivization my heart was rent by the following simple story Garth Jones met a peasant who had acuired some bread only to have it confiscated by the police They took my bread away from me he repeated over and over again knowing that he would disappoint his starving family Soviet police assumed that whenever they saw a peasant with some food it must have been stolen so they would take it away The logic of Stalin s thinking was that the peasants deserved to die because they were being anti revolutionary by starving instead of being happy in a Communist paradise Anybody on Stalin s staff who couldn t understand this logic was eliminated ie killed There were times I felt the stories in this book were too awful to read But I felt it my duty to keep on if for no other reason to honor the memories of those who perished These are stories that are not widely known in western circles A detailed tally of the numbers involved could not be studied by western historians until the Soviet Union fell and the records of the Communist era opened This book brings the Nazi and Soviet regimes together and Jewish and European history together and the national histories together It describes the victims and the perpetrators It discusses the ideologies and the plans and the systems and the societiesThe bloodlands referenced in the title of the book consists of those territories subject to both German and Soviet police power and associated mass killing polices at some point between 1933 and 1945 It consists generally of the areas within the following counties Ukraine Belarussia Poland Estonia Latvia and Lithuania The book contains discussions of the motivations of nations that led to these deaths Germany was uite clear that they considered the bloodlands to be a frontier for German civilization to expand into The German settlers moved into the area would deal with native populations in a manner similar to the way American settlers pushed and killed the Indians out of the way Himler head of the German SS actually referenced the American example The Soviet actions were somewhat disguised by Marxist rhetoric but the author shows a clearly nationalistic and racist aspect to the mass killings by the Soviet Union He shows that the Poles Ukrainians and Belarussians were statistically much likely to be killed than the ethnic Russians and Georgians Stalin was Georgian Whereas Hitler turned the Republic into revolutionary colonial empire Stalin translated the poetics of revolutionary Marxism into durable work a day politics When the narrative finally reached the end of WWII I thought the killing had finally stopped But no Stalin was still alive and many thousands of people were dislocated Germans were moved out of Poland and Czechoslovakia and Polish boundaries were moved toward the east with subseuent moving of the populationThe book also discusses the deliberate changing of the numbers of people killed by post war nations to fit their political agendas It seems that after the war every nation had a motive to adjust inflate or ignore the numbers in different ways The recent Yugoslavian experience is a reminder that mass killings can still happen Need I mention Cambodia or Uganda The wars for Yugoslavia in the 1990 s began in part because Serbs believed that far larger numbers of their fellows had been killed in the Second World War than was the case pg 406 The author suggests that people today who identify with the victims and find the behaviors of the killers incomprehensible could probably learn by trying to understand the motivations of the killers The book hints that most readers would behave in the same manner if placed in the same circumstancesI found it particularly interesting to learn why the author used the term mass killings instead of genocide in this book When the word genocide was written into international law the Soviet Union made sure that it excluded mass killings of political groups and it also does not include destruction of a social group through the forcible removal of a population In doing so the Soviets made sure that the mass killings under Stalin could not be defined as genocide I suppose these are some of the technicalities that Turkey uses to insist that the killing of the Armenians after WWI was not genocide Thus far in this review I have refrained from mentioning the numbers of people killed Once you start mentioning numbers they take over This book contains lots of numbers big numbers that are hard to fathom If you want numbers you can read the following excerpts that I have taken from the book I have made the text bold that compares those killed to the total of American battlefield losses in all foreign wars because I m assuming most people reading this are from the United States Fourteen million is the approximate number of people killed by purposeful policies of mass murder implemented by Nazi Germany and the soviet Union in the bloodlands pg409The count of fourteen million is not a complete reckoning of all the death that German and Soviet power brought to the region It is an estimate of the number of people killed in deliberate policies of mass murder pg410Fourteen million after all is a very large number It exceeds by than ten million the number of people who died in all of the Soviet and German concentration camps as opposed to the death facilities taken together over the entire history of both the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany If current standard estimates of military losses are correct it exceeds by than two million the number of German and Soviet soldiers taken together killed on the battlefield in the Second World War counting starved and executed prisoners of war as victims of a policy of mass murder rather than as military casualties It exceeds by than thirteen million the number of American and British casualties taken together of the Second World War It also exceeds by than thirteen million all of the American battlefield losses in all of the foreign wars that the Unites States has ever fought pg411 The following tabulation of numbers has been abbreviated and edited from how it s shown in book so it s not an exact uotation3300000 Soviet citizens mostly Ukrainians deliberately starved 1932 1933 by USSR300000 Soviet citizens mostly Poles and Ukrainians shot 1937 1938 by USSR 200000 Polish citizens mostly Poles shot by German and Soviet forces in occupied Poland 1939 1941 by USSR and Ger4200000 Soviet citizens largely Russians Belarussians and Ukrainians starved by German occupiers 1941 1944 by Ger5500000 Jews most of Polish or Soviet citizens gassed or shot by the Germans in 1941 1944 by Ger700000 civilians mostly Belarussians and Poles shot by the Germans in reprisals chiefly in Belarus and Warsaw in 1941 1944 by Ger pg411TOTALS 3700000 by USSR 10500000 by Ger Total of 700000 victims of the great terror in all of Soviet Union In general these numbers are sums of counts made by the Germans or the Soviets themselves complemented by other sources rather than statistical estimates of losses based upon censuses Accordingly my counts are often lower even if stupefyingly high than others in the literature The major case where I do rely upon estimates is the famine in Soviet Ukraine where data are simply insufficient for a count and where I present a total figure on the basis of a number of demographic calculations and contemporary estimates Again my reckoning is on the conservative side pg412 The following link is to another excerpt from the book Bloodlands by Timothy Snyder pages 32 35 following is a link to the Wikipedia article about the Holodomor the name given for the man made famine in Soviet Ukraine in 1932 and 1933 that killed an estimated 25 75 million Ukrainians following is a link to the movie Bitter Harvest a movie about the Holodomor The Family The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power read if for no other The First Partition of Poland reason to acknowledge the individual lives of so many innocent people deliberately murdered We The Hero of Varay Varyan Memoir re not talking war casualties or so called collateral wartime deaths We Blackmailed By Daddy re talking civilians sentenced to death by deliberate national policy Sometimes they were targeted because of national political or ethnic उरलं सुरलं reasons Sometimes they were targeted for no particular discernible Cock Tales reason The author does a good job of balancing the numbingly huge numbers with the firsthand accounts from letters and diaries of victims Son of the Hero Varyan Memoir recorded memories of survivors and written The Alien Jigsaw records of the perpetrators One example I found especially horrific were the words from a letter written by an Austrian soldier to his wife telling of how he is Towards a Comprehensive Theory of Human Learning Lifelong Learning and the Learning Society repeatedly shooting on a daily basis large numbers of Jews including women and children He even includes details such as throwing babies into the air and shooting them before they fall into the pit or water Can you image admitting such behavior in writing to a spouse Presumably his wife approved One wonders if these stories were shared with this couple s children He specifically mentions in his letter that he thinks of his own childrenAfter The Illusion of Gods Presence reading about millions of Ukrainian peasants starved because of an artificial famine created by Soviet collectivization my heart was Folk Tales from the Soviet Union Central Asia and Kazakhstan rent by the following simple story Garth Jones met a peasant who had acuired some bread only to have it confiscated by the police They took my bread away from me he Not The Hot Chick repeated over and over again knowing that he would disappoint his starving family Soviet police assumed that whenever they saw a peasant with some food it must have been stolen so they would take it away The logic of Stalin s thinking was that the peasants deserved to die because they were being anti Pegged and Plugged at the Club revolutionary by starving instead of being happy in a Communist paradise Anybody on Stalin s staff who couldn t understand this logic was eliminated ie killed There were times I felt the stories in this book were too awful to Tunnel Through Time read But I felt it my duty to keep on if for no other Game of Bimbofication Part 3 reason to honor the memories of those who perished These are stories that are not widely known in western circles A detailed tally of the numbers involved could not be studied by western historians until the Soviet Union fell and the Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions Vol 1 of 5 records of the Communist era opened This book brings the Nazi and Soviet The Fatima Century regimes together and Jewish and European history together and the national histories together It describes the victims and the perpetrators It discusses the ideologies and the plans and the systems and the societiesThe bloodlands Leah Starrs Revenge referenced in the title of the book consists of those territories subject to both German and Soviet police power and associated mass killing polices at some point between 1933 and 1945 It consists generally of the areas within the following counties Ukraine Belarussia Poland Estonia Latvia and Lithuania The book contains discussions of the motivations of nations that led to these deaths Germany was uite clear that they considered the bloodlands to be a frontier for German civilization to expand into The German settlers moved into the area would deal with native populations in a manner similar to the way American settlers pushed and killed the Indians out of the way Himler head of the German SS actually Pieces 8 Pieces #8 referenced the American example The Soviet actions were somewhat disguised by Marxist Time Flies and Other Short Plays Time Flies Degas C'Est Moi Dr Fritzthe Forces of Light Basel's in Arms Arabian Nights Enigma Variations the Mystery of Twicknam Vicarage rhetoric but the author shows a clearly nationalistic and Drawing Dead Faolan OConnor Book 1 racist aspect to the mass killings by the Soviet Union He shows that the Poles Ukrainians and Belarussians were statistically much likely to be killed than the ethnic Russians and Georgians Stalin was Georgian Whereas Hitler turned the Republic into Trails Tales of Yosemite the Central Sierra revolutionary colonial empire Stalin translated the poetics of Welcome to the Desert of the Real Five Essays on September 11 and Related Dates revolutionary Marxism into durable work a day politics When the narrative finally Dead End Bluff reached the end of WWII I thought the killing had finally stopped But no Stalin was still alive and many thousands of people were dislocated Germans were moved out of Poland and Czechoslovakia and Polish boundaries were moved toward the east with subseuent moving of the populationThe book also discusses the deliberate changing of the numbers of people killed by post war nations to fit their political agendas It seems that after the war every nation had a motive to adjust inflate or ignore the numbers in different ways The King Noah Blindness and the Vision of Seers recent Yugoslavian experience is a Factory of Death reminder that mass killings can still happen Need I mention Cambodia or Uganda The wars for Yugoslavia in the 1990 s began in part because Serbs believed that far larger numbers of their fellows had been killed in the Second World War than was the case pg 406 The author suggests that people today who identify with the victims and find the behaviors of the killers incomprehensible could probably learn by trying to understand the motivations of the killers The book hints that most Thirteen Plus One The Winnie Years #5 readers would behave in the same manner if placed in the same circumstancesI found it particularly interesting to learn why the author used the term mass killings instead of genocide in this book When the word genocide was written into international law the Soviet Union made sure that it excluded mass killings of political groups and it also does not include destruction of a social group through the forcible Rapid Math Without A Calculator removal of a population In doing so the Soviets made sure that the mass killings under Stalin could not be defined as genocide I suppose these are some of the technicalities that Turkey uses to insist that the killing of the Armenians after WWI was not genocide Thus far in this Almost Late for School And More School Poems review I have The Certainty of Violet Luke refrained from mentioning the numbers of people killed Once you start mentioning numbers they take over This book contains lots of numbers big numbers that are hard to fathom If you want numbers you can Kane Richards Must Die read the following excerpts that I have taken from the book I have made the text bold that compares those killed to the total of American battlefield losses in all foreign wars because I m assuming most people How to Be a Lot Less Stupid A Guide to Critical Thinking in Business reckoning of all the death that German and Soviet power brought to the Love in the Light Hearts in Darkness #2 region It is an estimate of the number of people killed in deliberate policies of mass murder pg410Fourteen million after all is a very large number It exceeds by than ten million the number of people who died in all of the Soviet and German concentration camps as opposed to the death facilities taken together over the entire history of both the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany If current standard estimates of military losses are correct it exceeds by than two million the number of German and Soviet soldiers taken together killed on the battlefield in the Second World War counting starved and executed prisoners of war as victims of a policy of mass murder Some Kind of Wonderful reprisals chiefly in Belarus and Warsaw in 1941 1944 by Ger pg411TOTALS 3700000 by USSR 10500000 by Ger Total of 700000 victims of the great terror in all of Soviet Union In general these numbers are sums of counts made by the Germans or the Soviets themselves complemented by other sources Cabin 28 The Keddie Murders rather than statistical estimates of losses based upon censuses Accordingly my counts are often lower even if stupefyingly high than others in the literature The major case where I do সোনালী দিন যায় reckoning is on the conservative side pg412 The following link is to another excerpt from the book Bloodlands by Timothy Snyder pages 32 35 following is a link to the Wikipedia article about the Holodomor the name given for the man made famine in Soviet Ukraine in 1932 and 1933 that killed an estimated 25 75 million Ukrainians following is a link to the movie Bitter Harvest a movie about the Holodomor

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summary Bloodlands Europe Between Hitler and Stalin Timothy Snyder Î 3 review Bloodlands Europe Between Hitler and Stalin review ß 3 S los ue van desde 1933 a 1945El presente estudio implica aspectos militares políticos económicos sociales culturales e intelectuales y se basa en la extensa documentación aparecida con la apertura de los archivos de la Europa oriental y los testimonios de las víctimas y de algunos verdugosLas Tierras de sangre no son un territorio político real o imaginario son simplemente los lugares donde los regímenes políticos de Europa realizaron su obra más mortífer. Bloodlands The poor beknighted ribbon of land caught between Hitler and Stalin monstrous merciless dictators with their absolutist ideologies and willing apparatchiks Comprising the Baltic states Poland Belorussia and Ukraine fourteen million of whose civilian inhabitants died as a result of deliberate policies of extermination or neglect It started even before the Second World War with three million Ukrainians starved so that Stalin could claim victory in his collectivisaton drive Many hundreds of thousands died in the Great Terror shot in the back of the neck or transported thousands of miles to die in some empty wilderness Then the war starts and the killing increases in pace Poland is dismembered again and it s elites are simply murdered 20000 officers killed by the NKVD at Katyn for example Then in 1941 the Germans invade Soviet Russia Three million Soviet prisoners of war are left to die through starvation and neglect whilst behind the front line the Nazi death suads start to murder Jews Later on the obscene murder camps are constructed to industrialise the process of exterminationAfter the war population transfers lead to further deaths The borders of Poland and Germany are moved westwards as Stalin Roosevelt and Churchill re draw the maps further dislocating historic communities and reanimating ethnic tension as if this were needed Facts on the ground the mighty Red Army mean that historic promises to Poland from Britain and France are forgotten and the Baltic countries are reabsorbed into Mother RussiaThe numbers murdered are incredible Fourteen million mainly Jews Poles Belorussians and Ukrainians with a smattering of Balts Germans and others The author leads us through this unimaginable path with a scalpel sharp exposition of the reasons for the killing Twisted ideology certainly but also a sense that eliminating the other allows for the formation through shared hatred of a master race It is also a convenient excuse for political failure why admit mistakes when you can blame the scapegoat He also shows us the impossible choices faced by people whose lands are invaded three times in five years by diametrically opposed ideologues do you collaborate and live for now or resist and face a bullet Of course for many this is not a choice they face as they are condemned and murdered for what they are rather than what they have done they are a kulak a Jew or an educated Pole Latvian Lithuanian or Estonian An important if disturbing book


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  • Hardcover
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  • Bloodlands Europe Between Hitler and Stalin
  • Timothy Snyder
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  • 01 October 2020
  • 9788481099492