Volume 15, Number 3 (Summer 2014)

In the Shadow of the Holocaust: Soviet Jewry on the Eastern Front

From the Editors

Soviet Jewry and Soviet History in the Time of War and Holocaust . . .  471

Articles

Anna Shternshis

Between Life and Death: Why Some Soviet Jews Decided to Leave and Others to Stay in 1941 . . . 477

Vladimir Solonari

Hating Soviets—Killing Jews: How Antisemitic Were Local Perpetrators in Southern Ukraine, 1941–42? . . . 505

Anika Walke

Jewish Youth in the Minsk Ghetto: How Age and Gender Mattered . . . 535

Arkadi Zeltser

Differing Views among Red Army Personnel about the Nazi Mass Murder of Jews . . . 563

Reaction

Jan T. Gross

A Colonial History of the Bloodlands . . . 591

History and Historians

Victoria Smolkin-Rothrock

“The Confession of an Atheist Who Became a Scholar of Religion”: Nikolai Semenovich Gordienko’s Last Interview . . . 597

Review Essays

Mark Gamsa

Cities and Identity, War, and Memory in the Baltic Region . . . 621

Polly Jones

Socialist Worlds of Dissent and Discontent after Stalinism . . . 637

Reviews

Paul Bushkovitch

The Testament of Ivan the Terrible . . . 653

Elise Kimerling Wirtschafter

Power and the 18th-Century Gentry . . . 657

Yanni Kotsonis

Citizenship in Russia and the Soviet Union . . . 665

Hiroaki Kuromiya

Stalin’s Rule of Terror . . . 670

Contributors to This Issue  . . . 676

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