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Holocaust Bibliography A-Z

Date: Sat Apr 2 01:52:45 1994
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A partial bibliographic reference for those wishing to learn more about the Holocaust and the period within which it occured follows.

I claim all spelling errors as my own, and regret that foreign accent marks could not be reproduced here as they should be. Umlauts have been replaced by letter pairs – i.e. umlaut-O becomes “oe” and umlaut-A becomes “ae”, or (recently) by the ” mark.

This file will be sent to you in two parts. The second part contains the UCSD Library listing of 550 citations, many of which are duplicated here. In time, I will combine them.

Finally, I apologize for the brevity of this list. As Vera Laska, a prisoner at Auschwitz, and later a member of the Czechoslovak War Crimes Investigation Team, notes, there are over TEN THOUSAND known publications on Auschwitz alone. knm.

Abella, Irving & Troper, Harold. “None is Too Many,” (Toronto: Lester & Orpen Dennys, 1982

Abramowicz, Zofia. “Tak bylo” [That’s How It Was]. Lublin, Poland: Wydawn. Lubelskie, 1962

Abramsky, Chimen, et al. eds. The Jews in Poland. Oxford, 1986

Adamovich, Ales, et al. “Out of the Fire” Moscow: Progress, 1980

Adler, H.G. “The Jews in Germany, From the Enlightenment to National Socialism” Notre Dame, Indiana: Notre Dame University Press, 1969

—–. “Theresienstadt” 2 vols. Tubingen: J.C.B. Mohr, 1955

—–. “Der Verwaltete Mensch: Studien zuur Deportation der Juden aus Deutschland” Tubingen: Mohr, 1974

Abzug, Robert H. Inside the Vicious Heart: Americans and the Liberation of Nazi Concentration Camps. New York, 1985

“Ailing Minds: The Psychiatric Effects of Persecution” Wiener Library Bulletin XVII, no. 2 (April 2, 1963)

Ainzstein, Reuben. “Jewish Resistance in Nazi Occupied Eastern Europe” London: Elak, 1974

Ainzstein, Reuben. “The Sobibor Uprising.” Jewish Resistance in Nazi Occupied Eastern Europe” London: Elak, 1974

Ajzenstain. `Ruch Podziemny w ghettach i obozach, Materialy i Dokumenty’, 1946, C.Z.K.H., B. Ajzenstain, Powstanie w Treblince

Akcje i Wysiedlenia. `Dokumentry i Materialy do Dziejow Okupacji niemieckiej w. Polsce: Akcje i Wsiedlenia’, Wydawnictwa Centralnej Zydowskiej Komisji Historycznej, Warszawa-Lodz-Kracow, 1946

Alster. Yad Vashem Archives, 3468/244 (Testimony of Shlomo Alster)

American Jewish Yearbook. Vols. XXXI-XLVII. New York: American Jewish Committee, 1930-1946

Amery, Jean. “At the Mind’s Limits,” (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1980.

Amicale de Ravensbruck. “Les Francaises a Ravensbruck” Paris: Gallinard, 1965

Ancel, Jean. `Plans for Deportation of the Rumanian Jews’, Yad Vashem Studies, No. XVI, Jerusalem, 1984

Andrus, Burton C. I Was the Nuremberg Jailer. New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 1969 “Anthology of Holocaust Literature,” ed. Jacob Glatstein, Israel Knox, Samuel Margoshes. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1969

Apenszlak. `The Black Book of Polish Jewry’, Jacob Apenszlak, ed., USA, 1943

Apenszlak, Jacob, and Polakiewicz, Moshe. “Armed Resistance of the Jews in Poland” New York: American Federation for Polish Jews, 1944

Appleman, John Alan. Military Tribunals and International Crimes. Indianapolis and New York, Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1954

Arad, Yitzhak. `BELZEC, SOBIBOR, TREBLINKA – The Operation Reinhard Death Camps’, Indiana University Press, Bloomington and Indianapolis, 1987

——-, Gutman, Yisrael, and Margaliot, Abraham, eds. “Documents on the Holocaust: Selected Sources on the Destruction of the Jews of Germany and Austria, Poland and the Soviet Union” Jerusalem: 1981

——-. Ghetto in Flames: The Struggle and Destruction of the Jews in Vilna in the Holocaust. Jerusalem, 1980. Also…

——-. Ghetto in Flames. New York: 1982

——-,ed. Holocaust and Rebirth: A Symposium. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 1974

Arditi, Benjamin. `Yehudei Bulgaria Bi-Shnot Hamishtar Hanatzi 1940-1944′ (Bulgarian Jewry under the Nazi Regime), Holon, 1962

Arendt, Hannah. “Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil” New York: Viking, 1963

——-. “The Origins of Totalitarianism” New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1951

Armia Krajowa w Dokumentach 1939-1945, Book Two, June 1941-April 1943, London, 1973

Armstrong, John A. Soviet Partisans in World War II. Madison, Wisc: Univ. of Wisconsin Press, 1964

Aronsfeld, C.C. “A Propos of a British `Historical Review’: Facts of the Holocaust” Patterns of Prejudice VIII, no. 4 (July-August 1974)

Aronson, Shlomo. `Reinhard Heydrich und die Fruegeschicte von Gestapo und SD’ Stuttgart: Deutsche Verlagsanstalt, 1971

Avni, Chaim. Spain, Franco and the Jews. trans. Emanuel Shimoni. Philadelphia, 1982

Avriel, Ehud. “Open the Gates” New York: Atheneum, 1975.

Ayfoberry, Pierre. The Nazi Question. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1981

Bach-Zelewski, Erich von dem. `Leben eines SS Generals’ New York: Aufbau, 1946

Bahir. “Museum of Combatants and Partisans”, Tel Aviv, 1974, testimony of Moshe Bahir Bahnson, Claus Bahne. “Emotional Reactions to Internally and Externally Derived Threat of Annihilation” In “The Threat of Impending Disaster: Contributions to the Psychology of Stress” Ed. George H. Grosser et al. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1964

Baker, Leonard. “Leo Baeck: Days of Sorrow and Pain,” New York: Macmillan Co., 1978

Balika-Kozlowska, Helena. “Mur mia dwie strony” [The Wall Had Two Sides] Warsaw: Min. Obrony Narodewej, 1958

Bar Oni, Byrna. “The Vapor” Chicago: Visual Impact, Inc. 1976

Baron, Salo. “European Jewry before and after Hitler,” American Jewish Yearbook 63 (1962)

Bartoszewski, Wladystok and Lewin, Zofia. “Righteos Among the Nations” London: Earlscourt Publications, 1969

Barkai, Meyer (ed). “The Fighting Ghettos” Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1962

Batty, Peter. “The House of Krupp” London: Secker & Warburg, 1966

Bauer, Yehuda. “The Jewish Communities of Nazi-Occupied Europe” Mimeographed. New York: Research Institute on Peace and Post-War Problems, 1944

——-. A History of the Holocaust. New York: Franklin Watts, 1982

——-. American Jewry and the Holocaust. Detroit: Wayne University Press, 1981

——-. B’richa: Flight and Rescue. New York: Random House, 1970

——-. My Brother’s Keeper. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1974

——-. The Death Marches, January-May 1945. Modern Judaism 3 (1983)

——-. The Holocaust in Historical Perspective. New York: 1982

——-. The Jewish Emergence from Powerlessness. Toronto, 1979

——-. They Chose Life: Jewish Resistance in the Holocaust. New York: American Jewish Committee, 1973

Bauminger, Arieh L. “Roll of Honour” Tel Aviv: Hamenora, 1971

Bayle, Fracois. “Croix Gammee Contre Caducee” [Neustadt (Palatinat): L’Imprimerie nationale, 1950]

Baynes, Normal H., ed. The Speeches of Adolf Hitler, April 1922 – August 1939. Vols I-II, London, 1942

Bedarida, Francois, and Bedarida, Renee. “Aux Origines du Temoignage Chretien 1941-1942” Revue d’Histoire de la Deuxieme Guerre Mondiale LXI (1966)

Beit-Hellahmi. Original Sin: Reflections on the History of Zionism and Israel. London: Pluto Press, 1992. ISBN 0-7543-0514-8

Bellak, Georgina, ed. “Donne e bambini nei lager nazisti” Milan: Associazione nazionale ex-departati politici, 1960

Belzec-Oberhauser. Yad Vashem Archives, TR-10/517, the trial of Josef Oberhauser, Landgericht Munchen

Bentley, Erich, ed. “The Storm over the Deputy” New York: Grove Press, 1964

Benton, Wilbour, and Grimm, George, eds. German Views of the War Trials. Dallas: Southern Methodist University Press, 1955

Berard, Leo. “Pope Pius XII and the Jews” (Berard letter of 1941, trans. with comment Abraham G. Duker) “Jewish Spectator,” Feb. 1964

Berben, Paul. “Dachau 1933-1945, The Official History” London: Norfolk Press, 1975

Berenbaum, Michael. Holocaust: religious and philosophical implications. Paragon House, 1989

———. A Mosaic of Victims: non-jews persecuted by the Nazis. New York University Press, 1990

Berenstein, Tatiana. B.Z.I.H. No. 21, Warszawa, 1957

Berg, Mary. “Warsaw Ghetto, a Diary” New York: L.B. Fischer, 1945

Berger, Alexander. “Kreuz hinter Stacheldraht: Der Leidensweq deutscher Pfarrer” Bayreuth, Germany: Hestia, 1963

Bernadac, Christian. “Les Mannequins nus” 3 vols. Paris: France Empire, 1971-1973

Bernard, Henri. “Historie de la resistance europeenne, La `quatrieme force’ de la guerra 39-45.” Verviers, France: Gerard, 1968 “L’autre Allemagne” Brussels: La renaissance du livre, 1976

Bertelsen, Aage. “October `43,” New York: Putnam, 1954

Berthold, Will. Brigade Dirlewanger. Aktueller Buckverlag, 1961

Best, S. Payne. The Venlo Incident. London: Hutchinson, 1950

Betrand, Simone. “Mille visages, un seul combat” Paris: Editeurs Francais Reunis, 1965

Bettelheim, Bruno. “Surviving and Other Essays” New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1979

———. “The Informed Heart: Autonomy in a Mass Age” New York, 1971

Bewley, Charles. Hermann Goering and the Third Reich. New York: Devin-Adair Company, 1962

Bialowicz. Testimony of Bialowicz, in `Sobibor, Martyrdom and Revolt’, Miriam Novitch, ed. New York, 1980

Biddle, Francis. A Casual Past. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1961

——–. In Brief Authority. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1962

Bierman, John. “Righteos Gentile, The Story of Raoul Wallenberg, Missing Hero of the Holocaust” New York: Viking, 1981

Billig, Joseph. “Les camps de concentration dans l’economie du Reich hitlerien” Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1973

Binchy, Daniel A. “Church and State in Fascist Italy” New York: Oxford University Press, 1970

Birmes-Gollak. Yad Vashem Archives, TR-10/1145-Z, the trial of Birmes-Gollak

Bisubicz, Jacob. Yad Vashem Archives, 03/2352, Collective Evidence

Blatt. Yad Vashem Archives, 0-3/713, testimony of Tomasz (Tovia) Blatt

Blatt, Thomas. “Blood and Ashes,” _Jewish Currents_, December, 1978 (Sobibor survivor’s account of revolt, based on what he saw and heard)

Blatt, Thomas. “No Time for Tears,” _Santa Barbara News & Review_, December, 1977. (Survivor’s account of his escape from Sobibor, based upon a diary)

Blatter, Janet, and Milton, Sybil, eds. “The Art of the Holocaust” New York: W.H. Smith, 1981

Bleter fun Geshicte (“Pages from History”), Warsaw, 1969 – see Vol. 17

Blum, Howard. “Wanted: The Search for Nazis in America” New York: New York Times Books, 1977

Blumental, Nachman, and Kermish, Joseph, eds. “Ha-Meri ve-ba-Mered-be- getto Varsha” Jerusalem, 1965

Blumenthal, Ilse [Weiss]. “Mahnmal: Gedichte aus dem KZ” Hamburg: C. Wegner, 1957

Bo”berach, Heinz. Meldunger aus dem Reich. Neuwied and Berlin: Hermann Kychterhand Verlag, 1965.

Boehm, Eric H.,ed. “We Survived” New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1949

Bokun, Branko. “Spy in the Vatican, 1941-1945” New York: Praeger, 1973

Bondy, Ruth. “The Emissary: Enzo Sereni” Boston, Little Brown, 1979

Bor, Joseph. “The Terezin Requiem,” New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1963

Bor-Komorowski, Tadeusz. “The Secret Army”, London, 1950

Borkin, Joseph. “The Crime and Punishment of I.G. Farben” New York: Free Press, 1979

Bosch, William J. Judgement on Nuremberg. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1970.

Bosworth, William. “Catholocism and Crisis in Modern France” Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1962

Bower, Tom. “Gustav Wagner: Angel of Death,” _Listener_, June 21, 1979. Brief and accurate summary of Wagner. (Sobibor)

Bower, Tom. “The Pledge Betrayed” New York: Doubleday, 1982

Brack-Nuremberg. Nuremberg Documents, NO-426, affidavit of Viktor Brack, trial no. 1, at the so-called Doctors’ Trials.

Bradley, John. “Lidice, Sacrificial Village” New York: Ballantine, 1972

Braham, Randolph L. “The Politics of Genocide, The Holocaust in Hungary” 2 vols New York: Columbia University Press, 1981

———, ed. Jewish Leadership in the Nazi Era: Patterns of Behavior in the Free World. New York, 1985

Brand, Sandra. “I Dared to Live”” New York: Shengold, 1978

Brau”tigam, Otto. So hat es sich zugetragen. Wu”rtzburg: Holzner Verlag, 1968

Brock, Peter. Twentieth Century Pacifism. London & New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1970

Broide. Yad Vashem Archives, M-11/19, testimony of Abraham Broide

Bross, Werner. Gespra”che mit Hermann Goering wa”hrend der Nu”rnberger Prozesse. Flensburg and Hamburg: Wolff Verlag, 1960.

Broszat, Martin. German National Socialism. Santa Barbara: Clio Press, 1966

——–. “Hitler and the Genesis of the `Final Solution’: An Assessment of David Irving’s Thesis,” Yad Vashem Studies 13 (1979)

Brown, Anthony C. Bodyguard of Lies. New York: Harper & Row, 1975

Browning, Christopher. Faithful Months: Essays on the Emergence of the Final Solution. New York, 1961

———–. “Nazi Resettlement Policy and the Search for a Solution to the Jewish Question, 1939-1941,” German Studies Review 9 (1986)

———–. Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution in Poland. Harper Collins, 1992 (231 pp)

———–. “The Final Solution and the German Foreign Office: A Study of Referat DIII of Abteilung Deutschland” New York: Holmes and Meier, 1978

Bubenickova, Ruzena, et al. “Tabory utrpeni a smrti” [Camps of Martydom and Death] Prague: Svoboda, 1969

Buber-Neumann, Margarete. “Als Gefangene bei Stalin und Hitler” Stuttgart: Action Verlag, 1958

Buber-Neumann, Margarete. “Kafkova pritelkyne Milena” [Kafka’s Friend Milena] Toronto: Sixty-Eight Publishers, 1982

Buchheim, Hans. SS und Polizei im Nationalsozialistichen Staat. Selbstverlag der Studiengesellschaft fu”r Zeitprobleme, 1964

——-, et al. Anatomy of the SS State. New York: Walker & Company, 1968

Bullock, Alan. “Hitler, A Study in Tyranny” New York: Harper & Row, 1962

Burg, J.G. “Maidanek in alle Ewigkeit” Munich: Ederer, 1979

Burger, Kurt, ed. “Aus Hitler’s Konzentrationlagern” Moscow: Verlagsgenossenschaft auslandischer Arbeiter in der USSR, 1934

Burns, James McGregor. “Roosevelt: The Lion and the Fox” New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1956

B.Z.I.H. Biuletyn Zydowskiego Instytutu Historycznego

Caban-Marikowski. Ireneusz Caban, Zygmunt Marikowski, `Zwiazek Walki Zbrojnej, I, Armia Krajowa w, Okregu Lubelskim’, part two, Documents Calvocoressi, Peter. Nuremberg. New York: Macmillan, 1948.

Carr, E.H. The Twenty Years Crisis. London: MacMillan, 1946

Carre, Mathilde-Lily. “I Was the Cat” London: Horwitz, 1967

Cecil, Robert. The Myth of the Master Race: Alfred Rosenberg and Nazi Ideology. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co, 1972

Chadwick, Owen. Weizsaecker, the Vatican, and the Jews of Rome. Journal of Ecclesiastical History 28 (1977)

Chambard, Claude. “The Maquis” Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1976

Chartock, Roselle, and Soencer, Jack, eds. “The Holocaust Years: Society on Trial” New York: Bantam, 1978

Chary, Frederick B. “The Bulgarian Jews and the Final Solution” Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1970

Chatel, Nicole, ed. “Des femmes dans la resistance” Paris: Julliard, 1972

Chelmno. Edward Serwanski, `Oboz Zaglady w Chelmnie nad Narem’, Poznan, 1964

Chodzko, Meiczyslaw. `Wspomnienia Treblinkarza’, B.Z.I.H., No. 27, 1958 `The Crimes of the Fascist Occupants and Their Collaborators against the Jews in Yugoslavia’, Belgrade, 1957.

Ciechanowski, Jan. “The Warsaw Rising of 1944” London: Cambridge University Press, 1974

Cohen, Elie A. “Human Behavior in the Concentration Camps,” New York: W.W. Norton, 1953

Cohen, Michael J. Churchill and the Jews. London, 1985

Cohen, Norman. “Warrant for Genocide: The Myth of the Jewish World Conspiracy and the Protocols of the Elders of Zion.” New York: Harper Torchbooks, Harper and Row, 1969.

Cohen, Yerachmiel [Richard]. “French Jewry’s Dilemma on the Orientation of Its Leadership: From Polemics to Conciliation” Yad Vashem Studies 14 (1981)

————–. “The Jewish Community of France in the Face of Vichy-German Persecution, 1940-1944,” in Frances Malino and Bernard Wasserstein, eds., The Jews in Modern France. Hanover, N.Y., 1985.

Colton, Joel G. “Leon Blum,” New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1966

Concentration Camp Aftereffects” Wiener Library Bulletin IX, nos. 1-2 (January-April 1955)

Conot, Robert E. Justice at Nuremberg. New York: Harper & Row, 1983

Conway, John. Between Apprehension and Indifference: Allied Attitudes to the Destruction of Hungarian Jewry. Weiner Library Bulletin 27 (1973/4)

Conway, John S. Records and Documents of the Holy See Relating to the Second World War. Yad Vashem Studies 15 (1983)

——-. “The Nazi Persecution of the Churches, 1933-45” New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1953

——-. The Silence of Pius XII. in Charles Delzell, ed., The Papacy and Totalitarianism between the Two World Wars. New York, 1974.

Cukierman. Yad Vashem Archives, 016/1187, testimony of Hersz Cukierman Cyprian, Tadeusz, and Sawicki, Jerzy. Sprawy polskie w procesie norymberskim. Poznan: 1956

Cvetkova, Nadezka, et al. “V fashistskikh zastenkakh: zapiski” [In Fascist Torture Chambers: Notes] Minsk: Government Publications of BSSR, 1958

Czech, Danuta, et al. “Auschwitz, Nazi Extermination Camp” Warsaw: Interpress, 1978

Czerniakow. `The Warsaw Diary of Adam Czerniakow’, R. Hilberg, S. Staron, J. Kermisz, eds., New York, 1979

Czestochowa. The Czestochowa Book, New York, 1958

C.Z.K.H. Cetralna Zydouski Komisja Historyczna

David, Janina. “A Square of Sky and A Touch of Earth” New York: Penguin Books, 1981

Dawidowicz, Lucy S, ed.. A holocaust Reader. New York, 1976

———. “The Holocaust and the Historians” Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1981

———. “The War Against the Jews, 1933-1945,” New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1975.

Deacon, R. “The Israeli Secret Service” London: H. Hamilton, 1977

Dedijer, Vladimir. “With Tito Through the War: Partisan Diary, 1941-1944” London: Alexander Hamilton, 1951

deJong, Louis. “Sobibor,” _Encounter_, December, 1978. Background article on the Sobibor camp, details re Dutch Jews, describes death system.

Dekel, Ephraim. “Shai: The Exploits of Haganah Intelligence” New York: T. Yoseloff, 1959

Dekel, Ephraim. “B’richa: Flight to the Homeland” New York: Herzl Press, 1973

Delarme, Jaques. “The Gestapo: A History of Horror” New York: Dell, 1965

Delbo, Charlotte. “None of Us Will Return” Boston: Beacon Press, 1968

Derry, Sam I. “The Rome Escape Line” New York: W.W. Norton, 1960

Dershowitz, Alan. (Article on debating holocaust-deniers and other crackpots), Washington Times, February 14, 1992.

Des Pres, Terrence. “The Survivor, An Anatomy of Life in the Death Camps,” New York: Oxford University Press, 1976

Dinnerstein, Leonard. “America and the Survivors of the Holocaust” New York: Columbia University Press, 1982.

Dipper, Christoph. The German Resistance and the Jews. Yad Vashem Studies 16 (1984)

Dobroszycki, Lucjan, et al. eds. Cywilna obrona Warszawy we wrzesnin 1939; Documenty, materiaty prasowe i relacje. Warsaw: 1964

Dobroszycki, Lucjan, ed. The Chronical of the Lodz Ghetto, 1941-1944. Trans. Richard Lourie et al. New Haven, 1984

Documents from Lublin Ghetto, Nachman Blumental, ed., Jerusalem, 1967

Documents on the holocaust, Y. Arad, Y. Gutman, A. Margaliot, eds., Yad Vashem, Jerusalem, 1981

Doering, Hans-Joachim. `Die Zigeuner in Nationalsozialistischen Staat’, Hamburg, 1964

`Dokumenty i Materialy, I. Obozy’, Nachman Blumental, ed., Lodz, 1946

Domarus, Max. Hitler-Reden und Proklamationen, 1932-1945. Vol. II Bde. Neustadt, 1962/3

Donanski, Jerzy, ed. “Oswiecim, malarstvo, rzezba, grafika” Cracow: Wydawnictvo Artystyczno-graficzne, 1959

Donat, Alexander, ed. `The Death Camp Treblinka’, New York, 1979

——–. “The Holocaust Kingdom: A Memoir,” New York: Hold, Rinehart and Winston, 1965.

Draenger, Gusta. “Pamietnik Justyny” [Justyna’s Diary] Cracow: Centralna zydovska komisja historyczna, 1946

DuBois, Josiah E., Jr. “The Devil’s Chemists” Boston: Beacon Press, 1952

Duboscq, Genevieve. “My Longest Night” New York: Seaver Books, 1981

Dufurnier, Denise. “Ravensbruck, the Women’s Camp of Death” London: George Allen & Unvin, 1948

Dunin-Wasowicz, Krzysztof. “La resistance dans les camps de concentration” Warsaw: Panstwowe Wydav. Naukowe, 1972

Dvorjetski, Mark. “Adjustment of Detainees to Camp and Ghetto Life and Their Subsequent Readjustment to Normal Society” Yad Vashem Studies V (1963)

Dworzecki, Meier. “The International Red Cross and Its Policy vis-a-vis the Jews in the Ghettos and Concentration Camps in Nazi-Occupied Europe” In “Rescue Attempts during the Holocaust: Proceedings of the Second Yad Yashem International Historical Conference” Eds. Yisrael Gutman and Efraim Zuroff. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 1977

Eban, Abba. “My People: The Story of the Jews” New York: Random House, 1968

Ehrenberg, Hans P. “Autobiography of a Pastor” London: Student Christian Movement Press, 1943

Eichmann Trial. `The Attorney-General of the Government of Israel v. Adolf Eichmann’, Jerusalem, 1977

Eisenback, Artur. `Hitlerowski Polityka Zaglady Zydow’, Warsaw, 1957

Eisenhower, Dwight D. “Crusade in Europe” New York: Random House, 1948

Eitinger, Leo. “Concentration Camp Survivors in the Postwar World” American Journal of Orthopsychiatry XXXII, no. 3 (1962)

Elkins, Michael. “Forged in Fury” New York: Ballantine, 1971

Elling, Hanna. “Frauen im deutschen Widerstand, 1933-1945” Frankfurt am Main: Roederberg Verlag, 1981

Encyclopedia Judaica. 16 vols. Jerusalem: Keter, 1971-72

Encyclopedia of the Jewish Diaspora. `Lublin’, Poland series, Jerusalem-Tel Aviv, 1957

Engel-Janosi, F. “Remarks on the Austrian Resistance” Journal of Central European Affair

Eppler, Elizabeth E. “The Rescue Work of the World Jewish Congress during the Nazi Period.” In “Rescue Attempts during the Holocaust …” (See Dworzecki, above)

Epstein, Helen. “Children of the Holocaust,” New York: Inscape, Corp., 1979

Fackenheim, Emil. “God’s Presence in History,” New York: New York University Press, 1970.

Falconi, Carlo. “The Silence of Pius XII” Boston: Little Brown, 1970

`Faschismus-Getto-Massenmord, Dokumentation uber Ausrottung und Widerstand de Juden in Polen wahrend des zweiten Weltkrieges,’ Berlin, 1961

Fedorenko Trial. United States District Court, Southern District of Florida, Case 77-2668Civ-NRC, 25/7/1978, Plaintiff, vs. Feodor Fedorenko, Defendant.

Fein, Helen. “Accounting for Genocide,” New York: Macmillan Company/The Free Press, 1979. (Highly recommended – very well documented. knm)

Feingold, Henry L. Courage First and Intelligence Second: The American Jewish Secular Elite, Roosevelt, and the Failure of Rescue. American Jewish History 72 (1982/3)

———. “The Politics of Rescue: The Roosevelt Administration and the Holocaust, 1938-1945” New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1975.

Feinzilber, Elimelech. `Churban Siedlce’ (The Destruction of Siedlce), Tel Aviv, 1952

Feld, Marilla. “I Chose to Live” New York: Manor Books, 1979

Feldhendler. Testimony of Feldhendler, in `Dokumenty i Materialy, Obozy’ p.205. (Feldhendler’s wife – Yad Vashem Archives, 0-16/464, testimony)

Fenelon, Fania. “Playing for Time” New York: Athenium, 1977

Ferderber-Salz, Bertha. “And the Sun Kept Shining” New York: Holocaust Library, 1980.

Ferencz, Benjamin. “Less Than Slaves” Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1979.

Flannery, Edward H. “The Anguish of the Jews” New York: Macmillan, 1965.

Fleming, Gerald. Hitler and the Final Solution. Berkeley, Calif. 1984

Flender, Harold. “Rescue in Denmark” New York: Holocaust Library, 1980

Foot, M.R.D. “Resistance: European Resistance to Nazism, 1940-1945” New York: McGraw-Hill, 1977

——. “SOE in France” London: HMSO, 1966

Fourcade, Marie-Madeleine. “Noah’s Ark: The Secret Underground” New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1974

Fraenkel, Josef, ed. “The Jews of Austria: Essays on Their Life, History, and Destruction” London: Valentine, Mitchell, 1967

Frank, Anne. “The Diary of a Young Girl,” Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1952, 1967.

Frank’s Diaries. `Okupacja i ruch oporu w dziennika Hansa Franka 1939-1945′, tom 1, Warsaw, 1972

Frankl, Victor E. “From Death Camp to Existentialism,” Boston: Beacon Press, 1959

Francos, Ania. “Il etait des femmes dans la resistance” Paris: Stock, 1978

Freiberg. Yad Vashem Archives, A-361, testimony of Dov Freiberg. (See also YVA, 016/17)

Freiberg-Eichmann. See Eichmann Trial

`Fun Letzen Churbn’. (From Last Destruction) Munich

Friedlander, Albert H. (ed.) “Out of the Whirlwind,” Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1968.

Friedlander, Saul. “Kurt Gerstein: The Ambiguity of Good” New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1969

———. “Pius XII and the Third Reich: A Documentation” Trans. Charles Fullman. New York: Knopf, 1966

———. “From Anti-Semitism to Extermination: A Historio-graphical Study of Nazi Policies Toward the Jews,” Yad Vashem Studies 16 (1984)

Friedman, Philip. “Aspects of Jewish Communal Crisi in the Period of the Nazi Regime in Germand, Austria, and Czechoslovakia” in “Essays of Jewish Life and Thought” ed. B. Blau, New York: Columbia University Press, 1959

——– (ed). “Martyrs and Fighters: The Epic of the Warsaw Ghetto” New York: Praeger, 1954

——–. “The Lublin Reservation and the Madagascar Plan: Two Aspects of Nazi Jewish Policy during the Second World War,” in Joshua A. Fishman, ed., “Studies on Modern Jewish Social History,” New York, 1972

——–. “Their Brothers’ Keepers: The Christian Heros and Heroines Who Helped the Oppressed Escape the Nazi Terror.” New York: Crown, 1957

——–. “Ukrainian-Jewish Relations during the Nazi Occupation,” YIVO Annual of Jewish Social Science 13 (1958/59)

Friedman, Saul. “No Haven for the Oppressed: United States Policy Toward Jewish Refugees, 1938-1945” Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1977

Fromm, Bella. “Blood and Banquets” New York: Harper and Brothers, 1942

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Ourisson, Dounia. Les secrets du Bureau Politique d’Auschwitz. Paris: Amicale d’Auschwitz, 1946

Pankiewicz, Tadeusz. Apteka w getcie Krakowskin, Krakow, 1982

Papanek, Ernst, and Linn, Edward. Out of the Fire. New York: William Morrow, 1975

Papers of the Delegatura. Krystyna Marczewska, Wladyslaw Wazniewski, “Treblinka w swietle akt Delegatury Rzadu na Kraj,” Biutetyn glownej Komisji Badania Zbrodni Hitlerowskich w Polsce, XIX, Warsaw, 1968

Paris, Edmond. “Genocide in Satellite Croatia, 1941-1945” Trans. Lois Perkins. Chicago: American Institute of Balkan Affairs, n.d. [c. 1960]

Parks, James. The Jewish Problem in the Modern World. London: Thornton Butterworth, 1939

Pattee, Richard. “The Case of Cardinal Aloysius Stepinac” Milwaukie, WI: Bruce, 1953.

Patton, George. “The Patton Diaries, 1940-1945,” Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1974

Pawelczynska, Anna. Values and Violence in Auschwitz. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1979

Penkower, Mony Noam. The Jews Were Expendable: Free World Diplomacy and the Holocaust. Urbana, Ill., 1983

Perchersky, Alexander. Der Ufshtand in Sobibor (“The Uprising in Sobibor”) Moscow, 1946

Perchersky-Homeland. Sovietish Heimland (“Soviet Homeland”), 1970, No. 5, article by Perchersky. A Yiddish publication in the Soviet Union.

Perchersky-radio. YVA, 2688/127-0, Perchersky’s story as told on a Soviet radio station.

Perchersky-Russian. YVA, 033/1052, Perchersky’s memoirs in Russian

Perchersky, Alexander. The Sobibor Revolt. Moscow: Emes, 1946 (Yiddish)

Perelsztain. YVA, 0-16/106, testimony of Leon Perelsztain

Perl, Gisella. I Was a Doctor in Auschwitz. New York: International Universites Press, 1948

Perl, William R. The Four-Front War, From the Holocaust to the Promised Land. New York: Crown, 1979

Petrow, Richard. The Bitter Years. New York: William Morrow, 1974

Pfister-Ammende, M. “The Symptomatology, Treatment, and Prognosis in Mentally Ill Refugees and Repatriates in Switzerland” In “Flight and Resettlement” ed. H. B. M. Murphy, Paris: UNESCO, 1955

Pierranrd, Pierre. “Juifs et Catholiques Francais” Paris: Fayard, 1970

Piotrkowski, Stanislaw. Misja Odyla Globocnika, Warsaw, 1949

Platkiewicz. Plock-Toldot Kehilla Atikat Yomin Be-Polm (“Plock – The History of an Ancient Community in Poland”), testimony of Marian Platkiewicz, Tel Aviv, 1967

Poliakov, Leon. “Harvest of Hate” New York: Holocaust Library, 1954

Porat, Dina. “Palestinian Jewry and the Jewish Agency: Public Response to the Holocaust,” in Richard Cohen, ed., Vision and Conflict in the Holy Land. New York, 1985

Porter, Jack N. ed. Jewish Partisans. 2 vols. Washington, DC: University Press of America, 1982

Pospieszalski, Karl M. ed. Hitlerowskie “prawo” okupacyjne w Polsce: Wybor dokumentow. (Documenta Occupationis, Vol. VI) Poznan, 1958

Presser, Jacob. “The Destruction of the Dutch Jews” New York: Dutton, 1959

“Proceedings of the International Conferences” edited by Yisroel Gutman and Efraim Zuroff. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 1971.

Pulzer, Peter G. “The Rise of Political Anti-Semitism in Germany and Austria” New York: Wiley, 1964

Rajgrodski, Jerzy. `Jedenascie Miesiecy w Obozie Zaglady w Treblince,’ B.Z.I.H., No. 25, 1958

Rajzman. YVA, 0-3/547, testimony of Shmuel Rajzman; Dokumenty i Materialy, Obozy,’ p.188, testimony of Shmuel Rajzman; “The Uprising in Treblinka,” in “Kehillat Wengrow, Sefer Zikaron” (Memorial Book of the Community of Wengrow”), Tel Aviv

Ramati, Alexander. The Assisi Underground. London: Sphere Books, 1981

Rashke, Richard. Escape from Sobibor, Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1982

Rector, Frank. The Nazi Extermination of Homosexuals. New York: Stein and Day, 1981

Reder, Rudolf. `Belzec’, CZKH, Krakow, 1946

Reichman. YVA, 0-3/3816, testimony of Yechiel Reichman

Reiner, Ella L. Prisoners of Fear. London: Victor Gollancz, 1948

Reinharz, Jehuda, ed. Living With Antisemitism: Modern Jewish Responses. Hanover, N.H. 1987

Reiss, Johanna. The Upstairs Room. New York: Bantam, 1979

Reitlinger, Gerald. The Final Solution. New York: Beechhurst Press, 1953

———. The Final Solution. 2nd. Ed., London

———. The SS: Alibi of a Nation, 1922-1945. New York: Viking Press, 1957

Rich, Norman. “Hitler’s War Aims II: The Establishment of the New Order” New York: Norton, 1974

Ringelblum, Emmanuel. “Notes From the Warsaw Ghetto” New York: McGraw Hill, 1958

———-. Polish Jewish Relations during the Second World War. ed. Joseph Kirmisch and Shmuel Krakowski, trans. Dafna Allon, Danuta Dabrowska, and Dana Keren (New York, 1976)

Robinson, Jacob. “And the Crooked Shall Be Made Straight: The Eichmann Trial, the Jewish Catastrophe, and Hannah Arent’s Narrative.” New York: Macmillian, 1965

——–, and Sachs, Henry. “The Holocaust: The Nuremberg Evidence, Part One” Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 1976

Rose, Leesha. The Tulips Are Red. New York: A.S. Barnes and Co. 1979

Rosenfeld. YVA, 0-33/1047, testimony of Semion Rosenfeld

Rosenfeld, Harvey. “Raoul Wallenberg: Angel of Rescue” Buffalo: Prometheus Books, 1982

Rosenkrantz, Herbert. The Anschluss and the Tragedy of Austrian Jewry, 1938-1945. in The Jews of Austria: Essays on Their Life, History, and Destruction. London: Valentine, Mitchell, 1967

Ross, Robert. W. So It Was True: The American Protestant Press and the Nazi Persecution of the Jews. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1980

Rotenberg. YVA, 0-3/4141, testimony of Izak Rotenberg

Rothchild, Sylvia. “Voices From the Holocaust” New York: New American Library, 1981

Rothkirchen, Livia. Churban Yahadut Slovakia (`The Destruction of Slovak Jewry’), Jerusalem, 1961 (Yad Vashem – Hebrew Text, English Summary)

———. Czech Attitudes towards the Jews during the Nazi Regime. Yad Vashem Studies 13 (1979)

———. The `Final Solution’ in its Last Stages. Yad Vashem Studies 8 (1970)

Rothwell, Victor. Britain and the Cold War, 1941-47. London: Cape, 1982

Rozenberg. YVA, 0-3/4039, testimony of Eli Rozenberg (in German)

Rubenstein, Richard L. The Cunning of History: The Holocaust and the American Future. New York: Harper & Row, 1975.

Ru”ckerl, Adalbert. “Nazi Death Camps in the Light of the German Criminal Process. Munich: Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag GmbH, 1977 (German) Author was head of division of German Justice Dept. that prosecuted the Sobibor Nazis. Excellent source, with court records, etc.

———. “NS-Vernichtungslager in Spiegel deutscher Strafprozesse, DTV Dokumente,” Munich, 1977

———. The Investigation of Nazi War Crimes 1945-1978. Heidelberg: C.F. Mueller, 1979

Ruether, Rosemary. Faith and Fratricide. New York: Seabury, 1974

Rutkowski, Adam. “Ruch oporu w hitlerowskim Obozie stracen Sobibor,” BZIH, No. 65-66, 1968 (Bulletin of the Jewish Historical Commission, nos. 65-66. Polish) Well documented.

Sacher, Howard Morley. The Course of Modern Jewish History. New York: Dell, 1958

Sachs, Nelly. “O The Chimneys, Selected Poems” New York: Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1967

Saint-Claire, Simone. Ravensbruck, l’enfer des femmes. Paris: Tallandier, 1946

Salomea. YVA, 0-62/27, testimony of Hanel Salomea

Salus, Grete. Eine Frau erzahlt. Bonn: Bundeszentrale fuer Heimatdienst, 1958

Salvesen, Sylvia. Forgive But Do Not Forget. London: Hutchinson, 1958

Schafranov, Sofia. I Campi della morte in Germania. Milan: Sonzogno 1945

Schechtman, Joseph B. “The Transnistia Reservation” YIVO Annual of Jewish Social Science 8 (1953)

Schepanisky, Israel. “Luach Hashoa shel Yahadut Polin” (The holocaust Calendar of Polish Jewry), New York, 1974

Schleunes, Karl L. The Twisted Road to Auschwitz. London: Andre Deutsch, 1972. Illinois: Illinois University Press, 1970.

Schoebrun, David. “Soldiers of the Night: The French Resistance” New York: Dutton, 1980

Schorsch, Ismar. “German Anti-Semitism in the Light of Postwar Historiography” Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook, XIX (1974)

Schwarz, Leo. “The Redeemers” New York: Farrar Straus and Young, 1953

Schwarz-Bart, Andre. “The Last of the Just” New York: Atheneum, 1960

Schwarzbart Collection. YVA, M-2/196

Sefer Lida (The Lida Book), Tel Aviv, 1970

Sefer Milchamot Ha-Getaot (The Ghetto War Book), Yitshak Zukerman and Moshe Basok, eds., Tel Aviv

Selzer, Michael. Deliverance Day, The Last Hours of Dachau. Philadephia-New York: J.B. Lippincott, 1978

Senesh, Hannah. Hannah Senesh, Her Life and Diary. New York: Schocken Books, 1972

Serini, Gitta. Into the Darkness, London, 1974 (Also listed in many citations as “Sereny, Gitta” and “Into That Darkness: From Mercy Killing to Mass Murder” New York: McGraw Hill, 1974…this is probably a difference in translation. knm) The author was the last writer to interview Franz Stangl, one of Sobibor’s Kommandants, and contains rich detail regarding him. Also Gustav Wagner and Hermann Michel, the euthanasia program and Nazi Vatican escape route.

Sherman, A.J. Island Refuge: Britain and Refugees from the Third Reich, 1933-39. London: Elek, 1973. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1973.

Shirer, William M. “The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich” New York: Simon & Schuster, 1960

Schirman, Israel. “La Politique Allemande a l’Egard des Juifs en Belgique, 1940-1944” Ph.D. dissertation, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, 1970-71

Schleunes, Karl A. “The Twisted Road to Auschwitz: Nazi Policy toward German Jews, 1933-1939” Urbana, Ill: University of Illinois Press, 1970

Shepherd, Naomi. “Wilfrid Israel: German Jewry’s Secret Ambassador,” London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1984

Shneidman. YVA, 03/1560, testimony of Wolf Shneidman

Shperling, Heniek. `Fun Letzten Churbn’ (“From Last Destruction”), No. 6, Munich, 1947

Shuval, Judith T. “Some Persistent Effects of Trauma: Five Years After the Nazi Concentration Camps” `Social Problems V, no. 4 (Winter `57-’58)

Sijes, B.A. “The Position of the Hews during the German Occupation of the Netherlands: Some Observations,” Acta Historiae Neelandicae 9 (1976)

Simon, Walter B. “The Jewish Vote in Austria” Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook XV (1971)

Sington, Derrick. “Belsen Uncovered” London: Duckworth, 1946

Smith, Bradley F. “Reaching Judgement at Nuremberg” New York: Basic Books, 1981

Smolen, Kazimierz, ed. Reminiscences of Former Auschwitz Prisoners. Osviecim, Poland: Panstwowe Muzeum, 1963

Sobibor-Bolender. YVA, TR-10/1069, the Sobibor-Bolender trial, Dusseldorf

Sosnowski, Kiryl. The Tragedy of Children Under Nazi Rule. Poznan-Warsaw: Zachodnia agencija prasowa, 1962

Speer, Albert. “Inside the Third Reich” New York: Macmillan and Company, 1970

Stein, George H. The Waffen SS, Hitler’s Elite Guard of War, 1939-1945. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1966

Steinberg, Lucien. “Le Comite de Defense des Juifs en Belgique, 1942-1944” Brussels: Editions de l’Universite de Bruxelles, 1973

———. “Not as a Lamb: The Jews Against Hitler” Trans. Marion Hunter. Farnsborough, England: Saxon House, 1974

Steiner, Jean-Francois. Treblinka. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1967

Stern, Samu [Samuel]. “A Race with Time: A Statement” Hungarian-Jewish Studies III (1973)

Stokes, Lawrence. The German People and the Destruction of the European Jews. Central European History 6 (1973)

Stoltzfus, Nathan. “Dissent in Nazi Germany,” The Atlantic Monthly, Sept, 1992, pgs 87-94.

It makes it clear that regular folks in Nazi Germany could get the government to do what they wanted through peaceful protest, and sheds a lot of doubt on the idea that the people were helpless pawns led by a few bloodthirsty lunatics.

Stone Collection. YVA, S-3688/127

Strawczinski. YVA, 0-3/3131, testimony of Oscan Strawczinski

Streibel. YVA, TR-10/1102, the trial of Streibel

Strom, Axel, et al. “Examination of Norwegian Ex-Concentration Camp Prisoners” Journal of Neuropsychiatry XXV (Sept-Oct 1962)

Sukno, Bronka. Testimony to the Israel Police, file PL/01121

Suhl, Yuri (ed.). “They Fought Back” New York: Crown, 1975

`Survived Majdanek.’ Przezyli Majdanek, testimonies of survivors of Majdanek, published by the Museum of Majdanek, Lublin, 1980

Syrkin, Marie. “Blessed is the Match” Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1947

——-. “The State of the Jews” Washington, D.C.: New Republic Books, 1980

Szajkowski, Xosa. “Analytical Franco-Jewish Gazetteer, 1939-1945” New York: Frydmann, 1966

Szmajzner, Stanislaw. Hell in Sobibor: A Tragedy of a Young Jew. Rio de Janero: Edicoes Block, 1968. (Portugese). Rashke comments: The most thorough account of the history and the development of Sobibor by a survivor who was there from the beginning to the uprising.

Taffet, Gerszon. Zaglada Zydow Zolkiewskich, Lodz, 1946

Talmon, J.L. “European History: Seedbed of the Holocaust,” Midstream, May 1973

Tamir, Vicki. Bulgaria and Her Jews: The History of a Dubious Symbiosis. New Haven, Conn. 1979

Taubes, Israel. “The Jewish Council of Amsterdam” Yad Vashem Bulletin XVII (December 1965)

Tec, Nechama. When Light Pierced the Darkness: Christian Rescue of Jews in Nazi Occupied Poland. New York, 1986.

Ten Boom, Corrie. The Hiding Place. New York: Chosen Books, 1974

——–. Prison Letters. New York: Bantam, 1978

Tenenbaum, Joseph. “In Search of a Lost People” New York: Beechhurst Press, 1948

———. “Race and Reich” New York: Twayne Publishers, 1956

Tiagman. YVA, 0-3/1586, testimony of Kalman Taigman

Tijn, Gertrude Van. “Contributions to the History of the Jews in the Netherlands from May 10, 1940 to June 1944” Mimeographed report. Joint Distribution Committee, Jerusalem, 1945

Tillard, P. “Mauthausen” Paris: Editiones Sociales, 1945

Tillion, Germaine. Ravensbruck. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1975

———. Ravensbruck temoignages. Neuchatel, Switzerland: Edition de la Braconniere, 1946

Tomin, Valentin and Sinelnikov, A. Return Undesirable: A Documentary Story. Moscow: Molodaya Guardia, 1964 (Russian). Rashke’s comment: The book is totally unreliable; it is a nonfiction novel. It is impossible to tell from the book what is fact and what is fiction. Many of the details in the book dealing with the revolt and escape [at Sobibor] have been refuted by Szmajzner, Blatt, and Pechersky as pure fiction. Unfortunately, the book has been used uncritically as a source by other authors.

Tomin-Sinelnikov. Valentin Tomin and A. Sinelnikov, Vozvrashchenie nezhelatelno, Moscow, 1964

Trager. YVA, 3688/127, testimony of Israel Trager “Transcripts of Trials of War Criminals before the Nuremberg Military Tribunal.” (Columbia University International Law Library)

Treblinka-Franz. YVA, TR-1C/1074, the first Treblinka trial, the Kurt Franz trial, Dusseldorf. (See also YVA, TR-10/833)

Treblinka-Stangl. YVA, TR-10/1074, the second Treblinka trial, the Franz Stangl trial

Trevor-Roper, Hugh R. “The Last Days of Hitler” New York: Macmillan Co. 1947

Trial of Adolph Eichmann. “Minutes of the Trial: Official Translation into English” (unrevised). Jerusalem, 1961. (recorded on microfilm and mimeographed)

Trials of War Criminals before the Nuremberg Military Tribunals. Washington, D.C.: US Gov’t Printing Office, 1951-1952

Trunk, Isaiah. Jewish Responses to Nazi Persecution: Collective and Individual Behavor in Extremis. New York, 1982

——-. “Judenrat: The Jewish Councils in Eastern Europe Under Nazi Occupation” New York: Macmillan Co., 1972. Also listed as:

——-. “Judenrat: The Jewish Councils in Eastern Europe Under the Nazis” New York: Macmillan Co., 1977.

——-. Note: Why Was There No Armed Resistance against the Nazis in the Lodz Ghetto? Jewish Social Studies 43 (1981)

Tshenstochow. Encyclopaedia of the Jewish Diaspora, The Tshenstochow Book B, Jerusalem, 1967. See Aron Gelberd, “19 Teg in Treblinke” therein

Turowski. YVA, 2941/64-T, testimony of Eugeny Turowski

Tushnett, Leonard. “The Pavement of Hell” New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1972

U.S. Military Tribunal. “Documents: Staff Evidence Analysis” Unnumbered volumes of mimeographed evidence (Found in Columbia University International Law Library and other document respositories by Dr. Helen Fein.)

U.S. Office of Strategic Serivces. Research and Analysis Branch. Concentration Camps in Germany. Washington, DC: 1944

Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Spiritual Resistance: Art of the Concentration Camps, 1940-1945. New York: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1981

United Nations War Crimes Commission. Law Reports on Trials of War Criminals. 15 vols. London: H.M. Stationery Office, 1947-1949

Universal Jewish Encyclopedia. Ed. Isaac Landman. 10 vols. New York: The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia Inc. 1939-1943

Uris, Leon. “Exodus” New York: Doubeday, 1961

Vago, Bela. “Jewish Leadership Groups in Hungary and Rumania during the Holocaust” Address presented to the International Scholars Conference on the Holocaust – A Generation After. New York City, March 1975.

Vechtomova, E.A., and Ivanov, V.V. Liudi, pobedivshie smert [People Who Conquered Death]. Leningrad: Lenizdat, 1968

Volavkova, Hana, ed. I Never Saw Another Butterfly. New York: Schocken Books, 1978

Vrba, Rudolf & Bestie, Alan. “I Cannot Forget” New York: Grove Press 1964

(Ed. note – I have another reference to “I Cannot Forgive” New York, 1964 -I don’t know if there are two works, or someone’s confused. knm)

Waagenar, Sam. “The Pope’s Jews” La Salle, Ill: Library Press, 1974

Waagenar, Willem. Presumed Guilty – Identifying Ivan. (Demjanjuk) Harvard University Press, 1992

Waite, Robert G.L. The Psychopathic God, Adolf Hitler. New York: NAL, 1977

Wang. YVA, 3688/127-0, the testimony of Abraham Wang

War Crimes in Poland. S. Datner, J. Gumkowski, K. Leszxzinski, “War Crimes in Poland, Genocide 1939-1945,” Warsaw, 1962

Warmbrunn, Werner. “The Dutch under German Occupation, 1940-1945” New York: Oxford University Press, 1963.

Wasserstein, Bernard. “Britain and the Jews of Europe” London: Oxford University Press, 1979.

Webb, A.M., ed. The Natzweiler Trial. London: Hodge, 1949

Weber, Eugen. “Jews, Antisemitism, and the Origins of the Holocaust,” Historical Reflections 5 (1978)

Weinberg. YVA, 0-3/565, testimony of Boris (Kazik) Weinberg

Weingertner, J.J. “Crossroads of Death” Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 1979

Weiss, Aharon. Jewish Leadership in Occupied Poland: Postures and Attitudes. Yad Vashem Studies 12 (1977)

——-. “The Jewish Police in the General-Government, and in Upper Silesia, and in East Galacia” Ph.D. dissertation, Hebrew University, 1974 (Hebrew Text, English Summary)

Weiss, Resha. Journey Through Hell. London: Valentine, Mitchell, 1961

Weissberg, Alex. Desperate Mission: Joel Brand’s Story. New York, 1958

Wengrow. “Kehillat Wengrow, Sefer Zikaron” (The Memorial Book of the Community of Wengrow), Tel Aviv

Werbell, F.E. & Clarke, T. “The Lost Hero: The History of Raoul Wallenberg” New York: McGraw Hill, 1982.

Wertham, Frederic. A Sign for Cain. New York: Macmillan, 1966

West, Rebecca. “A Train of Powder” New York: Viking Press, 1946

Widmann. YVA, TR-10/959, the trial against Dr. Widmann

Wiernik, Jacob (Yankel). “A Yor in Treblinka” (A Year in Treblinka), New York, 1944

Wiesel, Elie. “The Gates of the Forest” New York: Hold, Rinehart and Winston, 1966

Wiesel, Elie. “Night” New York: Hill and Wang, 1970

Wiesenthal, Simon. “The Murderers Among Us” New York: McGraw Hill, 1967

———. The Sunflower. New York: Schocken Books, 1976

Wilborts, Suzanne. Pour la France: Angers, La Sante, Fresnes, Ravensbruck, Mauthausen. Paris: Charles Lavauzelle, 1946

Wilder-Okladek, F. “The Return Movement of Jews to Austria after the Second World War” The Hague: Nijhoff, 1969.

Wilenberg-Moreshet. Shmuel Wilenberg, “Treblinka – Hamachane ve-Hamered” (Treblinka – the Camp and the Uprising), Yalkut-Moreshet, No. 5, Tel Aviv, 1966

Wilenberg-Yad Vashem. Shmuel Wilenberg, “Uprising in Treblinka” Yad Vashem News, 25/26, 1961

Wilhelm, Hans-Heinrich. “The Holocaust in National Socialist Rhetoric and Writings: Some Evidence against the Thesis That Before 1945 Nothing Was Known about the `Final Solution'” Yad Vashem Studies 16 (1984)

Wilkinson, James D. The Intellectual Resistance in Europe. Cambridge, MASS: Harvard University Press, 1981

Wirth. YVA, 0-68, Christian Wirth’s personal file. The original is in the Berlin Documentation Center.

Wiskemann, Elizabeth. Europe of the Dictators, 1919-45. London: Collins, 1966. Cornell University Press, 1980.

Wyman, David S. The Abandonment of the Jews: America and the Holocaust, 1941 – 1945. New York. 1984

——-. Paper Walls: America and the Refugee Crisis, 1938-41. Amherst, Mass: University of Massachusetts Press, 1968.

Yad Vashem Studies

Yahil, Leni. “Madagascar: Phantom of a Solution for the Jewish Question” In “Jews and Non-Jews in Eastern Europe, 1918-1945” eds. Bela Vago and Geogle L. Mosse. New York: Wiley, 1974.

——. Methods of Persecution: A Comparison of the `Final Solution’ in Holland and Denmark. Scripta Hierosolymita 23 (1972)

——. Scandinavian Countries to the Rescue of Concentration Camp Prisoners. Yad Vashem Studies 6 (1967)

——. The Rescue of Danish Jewry. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1969

Yediot. YVA, M-10, the underground newspaper “Yediot” (“News”)

Y.V.A. Yad Vashem Archives, (holocaust Commemoration Authority) Jerusalem

YIVO. Testimonies of Jewish leaders and others on deportations of Jews in Hungary in 1944. File no. 768, n.d.

–. “Imposed Jewish Governing Bodies under Nazi Rule” New York: YIVO, 1972

Yizkor Book in Memory of Wlodawa and the Region of Sobibor. Published by the Association of Immigrants of Wlodawa and surrounding area in Israel, ed; Shoman Kanc. Tel Aviv, 1974 (English) Rashke comments: An anthology of articles and personal testimony about Wlodawa and Sobibor. An excellent resource book, but it is difficult to determine whether the authors of articles were survivors or not, and if they were not, where they got their information.

Yoors, Jan. Crossing, A Journal of Survival and Resistance in World War II. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1971

Young, Gordon. Cat With Two Faces. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1957

Zabecki, Franciszek. Wspomnienia dawne i nowe, Warsaw, 1977; Biutetyn Glownej Komisji Badania Zbrodni Hitlerowskich w Polsce, XIII, 1960, pp. 86-87, a testimony given by F. Zabecki on December 21, 1945

Zahn, Gordon. “German Catholics and Hitler’s Wars: A Study in Social Control” New York: Sheed and Ward, 1962

Zak, Jiri, ed. Buchenwald varuje: Dokumenty vzpominky. svedectvi [Buchenwald Warns: Documents, Reminiscences, Testimonies]. Prague: Statni nakladatstvi politcke literatury, 1962

Zaremba, Jan Alexander. Treblinka, Kielce, 1945

Zassenhaus, Hiltgunt. Walls, Resisting the Third Reich. Boston: Beacon Press, 1976

Zeszyty Majdanka, No. VI, Lublin, 1972; No. IX, Wydawnictwo Lubelskie, 1977.

Zorn, Gerda, and Meyer, Gertruce. Frauen gegen Hitler. Frankfurt am Main: Roederberg Verlag, 1974

Zuccotti, Susan. The Italians and the Holocaust: Persecutions, Rescue, and Survival. New York: 1987

Zuker-Bujanowska, Liliana. Liliana’s Journal. New York: Dial Press, 1980

Zuckerman, Yitzchak (ed.) “The Fighting Ghettos” New York: Lippencott, 1962

Zukerman. YVA, 016/1187, the testimony of Hershl Zukerman

Zywulska, Kristyna. Wo vorher Birken waren. Munich: Kindler Verlag, 1979

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