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Feldman and Seibel - Chapter 18

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Starting with Franz L. Neumann's "Behemoth,"1 the history of theoretical reasoning on Nazi Germany and division-of-labor-based mass crime is closely connected to characterizations of Nazi dictatorship as "polycratic" or even as "organized chaos."2 German occupation administration during World War II in particular is usually portrayed as an example of disorganized and ineffective governance.3 How can we explain, then, the building of an effective terror apparatus stretching all over German-controlled Europe? Obviously, the question is most challenging with respect to the persecution and annihilation of European Jewry. Organized Chaos and Effective Persecution — An Unexplained Paradox Starting with Franz L. Neumann's "Behemoth,"1 the history of theoretical reasoning on Nazi Germany and division-of-labor-based mass crime is closely connected to characterization
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