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While six million died : a chronicle of American apathy

Author: Arthur D Morse; Herbert Mitgang
Publisher: New York, NY : Overlook Press, 1998, ©1968.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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First published in 1967, While Six Million Died revealed the untold story behind the deliberate obstruction placed in the way of attempts to save the Jewish people from Hitler's "final solution." Morse's exhaustive study provided detailed documentation from worldwide interviews with participants, research in archives around the world, as well as classified and official papers that had never been published before.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur D Morse; Herbert Mitgang
ISBN: 9780879518363 0879518367
OCLC Number: 38543489
Notes: Reprint. Originally published: New York : Hart Pub. Co., ©1967.
Description: 420 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: A plan for murder --
The atrocity stories --
Bermuda and Warsaw --
The reluctant rescuers --
"Acquiescence of this government..." --
"Wenn das Judenblut vom Messer spritzt..." --
"Likely to become a public charge" --
The new Germany --
The Olympic spirit --
"I cannot remain silent..." --
1938: Evian --
1938: The Night of Broken Glass --
The attempt to buy lives --
"Suffer little children..." --
The voyage of the St. Louis --
Prelude to the 'Final solution' --
The War Refugee Board --
Obstruction and rescue --
Free ports and false papers --
Rescue from Hungary --
Crimes of war, crimes of peace."
Responsibility: Arthur D. Morse ; with a preface by Herbert Mitgang.

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First published in 1967, While Six Million Died revealed the untold story behind the deliberate obstruction placed in the way of attempts to save the Jewish people from Hitler's "final solution." Morse's exhaustive study provided detailed documentation from worldwide interviews with participants, research in archives around the world, as well as classified and official papers that had never been published before.

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