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The End of the Holocaust

Author: Michael Robert Marrus
Publisher: Westport : Meckler, ©1989.
Series: Nazi Holocaust, 9.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Robert Marrus
ISBN: 0887362656 9780887362651 0887362664 9780887362668 3598215657 9783598215650
OCLC Number: 19815240
Description: 731 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: PART I: RANSOM NEGOTIATIONS --
Rescue by negotiations? Jewish attemtps to negotiate with the Nazies / Yehuda Bauer --
The official Jewish leadership of wartime Hungary / Randolph L. Braham --
Between apprehension and indifference: Allied attitudes to the destruction of Hungarian Jewry / J.S. Conway --
The mission of Joel Brand / Yehuda Bauer --
The Kastner case: aftermath of the catastrophe / W.Z. Laquer --
The negotiations between Saly Mayer and the represenatives of the S.S. in 1944-1945 / Yehuda Bauer --
PART II: OTHER RESCUE OPTIONS --
The rescue of European Jewry and illiegal immigration to Palestine in 1940 prospects and reality: Berthold Storfer and the Mossad Le'Aliyah Bet / Dalia Ofer --
The Transnistria affair and the rescue policy of hte Zionist leadership in Palestine, 1942-1943 / Dina Porat --
The question of bombing Auschwitz / Martin Gilbert --
Why Auschwitz was never bombed / David S. Wyman --
The "Final Solution" in its last stages / Livia Rohkirchen --
The scandinavian countries to the rescue of concentration camp prisoners / Leni Yahil --
Raoul Wallenberg --
his mission and his activities in Hungary / Leni Yahil --
PART III: THE DEATH MARCHES AND LIBERATION --
July 1944 --
the crucial month for the remnants of Lithuanian Jewry / Dov Levin --
The death marches in the period of the evacuation of the camps / Shmuel Krakowski --
The death-marches, January --
May, 1945 / Yehuda Bauer --
The U.S. Army and the Jews: policies toward the displaced persons after World War II / Leonard Dinnerstein --
Jewish survivors in DP camps and She'erith Hapletah / Yehuda Bauer --
Zionism, the Holocaust, and the road to Israel / Yehuda Bauer --
PART IV: WAR CRIMES POLICY AND POSTWAR TRIALS --
The Jewish factor in British war crimes policy in 1942 / John P. Fox --
The International Military Tribunal and the Holocaust: some legal reflections / Jacob Robinson --
Nazi crime trials / Adalbert Ruckerl --
The deportation of the German Jews: post-war German trials of Nazi criminals / Henry Friedlander --
The judiciary and Nazi crimes in postwar Germany / Henry Friedlander --
Nazi criminals in the United States: the Fedorenko case / Henry Friedlander and Earlean M. McCarrick.
Series Title: Nazi Holocaust, 9.
Responsibility: edited with an introduction by Michael R. Marrus.

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