Jews-officers and enlisted men in the Polish army, prisoners of war in German captivity, 1939-1945 (Book, 2003) [WorldCat.org]
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Jews-officers and enlisted men in the Polish army, prisoners of war in German captivity, 1939-1945

Author: Benjamin Meirtchak
Publisher: Tel-Aviv : Association of Jewish War Veterans of the Polish Armies in Israel, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Pp. 15-47 contain lists of Jewish officers in the Polish Army who in 1939-45 were POWs in German captivity. Pp. 48-52 contain a list of Jewish Polish officers interned in the Vamosmikola camp in Hungary. Pp. 63-84 contain a list of Jewish soldiers in the Polish Army who were in German captivity in 1939-45. The introduction on pp. 5-13 notes that although many Polish non-Jewish officers harbored antisemitic views,  Read more...
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Meirtchak, Benjamin.
Jews-officers and enlisted men in the Polish army, prisoners of war in German captivity, 1939-1945.
Tel-Aviv : Association of Jewish War Veterans of the Polish Armies in Israel, 2003
(OCoLC)607879860
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Meirtchak
OCLC Number: 53940645
Notes: Includes the names of 888 Jewish officers and enlisted men of the Polish army who survived the war as prisoners of war of the Germans.
Description: xii, 108 pages : map ; 24 cm
Responsibility: by Benjamin Meirtchak ; [foreword by Martin Gilbert].
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Pp. 15-47 contain lists of Jewish officers in the Polish Army who in 1939-45 were POWs in German captivity. Pp. 48-52 contain a list of Jewish Polish officers interned in the Vamosmikola camp in Hungary. Pp. 63-84 contain a list of Jewish soldiers in the Polish Army who were in German captivity in 1939-45. The introduction on pp. 5-13 notes that although many Polish non-Jewish officers harbored antisemitic views, their attitude toward Jewish fellow-prisoners was friendly.

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