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The blood shed unites us; pages from the history of help to the Jews in occupied Poland

Author: Władysław Bartoszewski
Publisher: Warszawa, Interpress, 1970.
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Bartoszewski, Władysław.
Blood shed unites us.
Warszawa, Interpress, 1970
(OCoLC)566382184
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Władysław Bartoszewski
OCLC Number: 145224
Description: 243 pages illustrations, facsimiles, portraits 20 cm
Contents: From the Publishers --
Foreword --
Before 1939 --
First Stage of the 'Grand Plan" --
Mounting Terror against Poles and Jews (1930-1940) --
Jewish Residential Districts --
Life in the Ghettos --
The Beginning of the End-The Death Penalty for Giving Aid (1941) --
The "Final Solution"-Attempts to make the Jews Aware of their Fateful Destiny --
Annihilation of the Warsaw Ghetto (Summer 1942) --
Poles on the Extermination of the Jews --
Jewish Underground Organizations --
Joint Action by the Polish and Jewish Resistance Movement --
The Western World in the Face of the Genocide-Polish Efforts to Provide Aid --
Council for Aid to Jews-"Zegota" --
Preparations for the Struggle in the Warsaw Ghetto --
Struggle of the Warsaw Ghetto (April-May 1943-Fighting Cooperation of Polish Formations --
"To the Governments and Nations of All Allied States and to the Conscience of the World" --
The Common Struggle Continues --
Counteracting Criminal Offences against Jews and against Poles Aiding the Jews --
Martyrdom and Struggle of the Ghetto in Underground Publications --
Those Who Were Bringing Help-Men and Facts --
"The Blood Shed Unites Us" --
Conclusion --
The list of the more important Source Materials and Books Quoted or Used in the Book
Responsibility: [by] Władysław Bartoszewski.

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