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1944 március 19 : Magyarország német megszállása

Author: György Ránki
Publisher: [Budapest] : Kossuth Könyvkiadó, 1978.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Hungarian : 2., átdolg. és bőv. kiadView all editions and formats
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A survey of events in Hungary after the German occupation in March 1944. Pp. 238-275, "Szeretettől áthatott fajvédelem", focus on the mass deportation of Hungarian Jews. Describes the rapid progression of anti-Jewish measures, the establishment of the Judenrat, the activities of Edmund Veesenmayer and of Adolf Eichmann, and the collaboration of the Hungarian government. The concentration of the Jews in ghettos  Read more...
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Ránki, György, 1930-1988.
1944 március 19.
[Budapest] : Kossuth Könyvkiadó, 1978
(OCoLC)571572770
Named Person: Miklós Kállay; Ferenc Szálasi; Miklós Kállay; Ferenc Szálasi
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: György Ránki
ISBN: 9630910748 9789630910743
OCLC Number: 5353520
Notes: Erratum slip inserted.
Description: 323, [1] pages, 6 unnumbered leaves of plates : illustrations ; 19 cm
Other Titles: Magyarország német megszállása.
Responsibility: Ránki György.

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A survey of events in Hungary after the German occupation in March 1944. Pp. 238-275, "Szeretettől áthatott fajvédelem", focus on the mass deportation of Hungarian Jews. Describes the rapid progression of anti-Jewish measures, the establishment of the Judenrat, the activities of Edmund Veesenmayer and of Adolf Eichmann, and the collaboration of the Hungarian government. The concentration of the Jews in ghettos was carried out with great cruelty by the Hungarian police under László Ferenczy. Horthy, though a fervent antisemite, tried to protect some wealthy Jewish families. Gives details of the protest by Papal Nuncio Angelo Rotta against the mass deportations and of the Joel Brand affair.

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