7 edition of American Jewry and the Holocaust found in the catalog.
1981 by The Institute of Contemporary Jewry, Hebrew University, Wayne State University Press in Jerusalem, Detroit .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||D810.J4 B3158|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||522 p. :|
|Number of Pages||522|
|LC Control Number||80026035|
American Friends Service Committee, Philadelphia. Payments were made to the wrong people and real survivors lost out. Who Speaks for the Vanquished? New York: The New Press, Z93 [ Find in a library near you external link ] Investigates the relationship between the execution of immigration policies by American consuls and any personal antisemitic beliefs they might have held and considers how these consuls were able to witness the persecution of the Jews without issuing visas to the fullest extent possible. According to Israeli journalist Yair Shelegin AugustGerman historian Hans Mommsen called it "a most trivial book, which appeals to easily aroused anti-Semitic prejudices.
After World War II began inAmerican consuls abroad also screened refugees on national security grounds, making an already difficult immigration process even harder. Treasury Department officials, working on projects to provide aid to European Jews, discovered that their colleagues in the State Department were actually undermining rescue efforts. France and England hoped that giving Germany the Sudetenland, itself a recently coined term, would deter or delay the outbreak of a war like the one that ended inand with the consequences of which the continent still grappled. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, Kitchens III, an archivist of the United States Air Force Historical Research Center, criticized Wyman for his neglect for the situation of total war in which the Allies were enveloped and for basing his book on sociopolitical sources, without quality references to military history, which he argues is crucial to the bombing debate.
E83 Y3 v. Laqueur, Walter. U55 M59 [ Find in a library near you external link ] Originally published in A controversial proposal for rescue came from Adolf Eichmannwho offered Zionist rescuer Joel Brand in May,a deal to release 1, Jews in exchange for 10, trucks and commodities like coffee, tea, cocoa, and soap. His analysis also raises an issue which perhaps can never be answered: could American Jews have done more if they had grasped the reality of the Holocaust? Facing economic, social, and political oppression, thousands of German Jews wanted to flee the Third Reich but found few countries willing to accept them.
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Newton, Verne W. Feingold, Henry. Drawing on the mass of unpublished material in the JDC archives and other repositories, as well as on his thorough knowledge of recent and continuing research into the Holocaust, he focuses alternately on the personalities and institutional decisions in New York and their effects on the JDC American Jewry and the Holocaust book and their rescue efforts in Europe.
As a result, Great Britain and the United States announced that they would hold an emergency conference in Bermuda to develop a plan to rescue the victims of Nazi atrocities. J5 M42 [ Find in a library near you external link ] Reviews the role of the American Jewish community leaders in helping European Jews.
The book highlights Nazi plans for an eventual presence in North America. As a result, journalists during World War II tended to approach atrocity reports with caution. Bauer, Yehuda. U55 A48 [ Find in a library near you external link ] Compilation of twenty previously-published articles on the American response to the Nazi persecution of European Jewry.
Newspapers had reported on Nazi violence against Jews in Germany as early asas well as the Nuremberg Laws of and the expanded German anti-Semitic legislation in and Presents timelines, recordings of AJC radio broadcasts, historic films, television programs, and oral histories.
Includes an appendix on the fifty-two publications examined, a small glossary, notes, a bibliography, and an index. The chapter on him is entitled "Entering the Mainstream" - but Finkelstein considers that, were it not for the likes of Lipstadt, no one would ever have heard of Arthur Butz.
Milton, Sybil, and Frederick D. Discusses the treatment of each new piece of information as it was learned, debating how each revelation could have been used to help the victims. The historian as fabulist has no standard as to what might have been reasonable and what not.
It remains today the subject of great debate. Draws upon the coverage of such events as the passage of the Nuremberg Laws, Kristallnacht, and the Anschluss.
If Roth and Tarantino could rewrite the past, why not allow the historian — in American Jewry and the Holocaust book case Yeshiva University scholar Jeffrey Gurock — to play with facts and offer, with many of the trappings of scholarship, an imagined history?
Culminates with a chapter examining the proposed bombing of Auschwitz. J4 W95 [ Find in a library near you external link ] Criticizes the reactions of Americans to the Holocaust.
Dawidowicz had been close to Kalmanovich and his family, whom she reportedly described as being American Jewry and the Holocaust book real parents. Includes citations for books, journal and newspaper articles, archival collections, videos, and Web sites about the camp.
Kloss, who frequently worked for the Third Reich, used s data, drawn from his extensive contact network of Nazi sympathizers, to sort Jewish residents in Canada by language and ethnic origins. Finkelstein especially on the impact of the Six-days war are wrong, others being pieces of "propaganda".
Some dealt with sterilization of men and women, the treatment of war wounds, ways to counteract chemical weapons, research into new vaccines and drugs, and the survival of harsh conditions.
He suggests, "This was not a respectful silence. New York: Peter Lang, Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party rose to power with an ideology of national and racial superiority. As the Nazis deepened their control over Germany in the s, they implemented policies and passed laws that stigmatized and persecuted many groups of people that they considered to be outsiders and enemies of Germany, including Jews, political opponents, homosexuals, and Roma and Sinti people.
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