Special treatment : the untold story of Hitler's third race
Call Number940.53161 A15s
Statement of Responsibilityby Alan Abrams.
Summary"One of the last untold stories of the Holocaust—the survival of close to a half-million Jews through legal exemptions in what passed for Nazi law—is documented in this book. Among the Jews living in interfaith marriages and their children, the so-called Mischlinge. Under the Nazis, the Mischlinge became a third race, between the pure Aryans and the doomed Jews... The stories of the Mischlinge are told in their own words." —Book jacket
- The Sound of Blowing Grass
- Wanted for My Sister
- The Mischling Who Smelled Like a Jew
- The Mysterious Dr. Mailander
- The Wife of Colette
- Some of Our Best Wives Are Jews
- The Aryanized Field Marshal
- Down With Us!
Physical Description 261 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
PublisherSecaucus, NJ : Lyle Stuart Inc.
NotesIncludes bibliographical references (pages 211–247) and index
RecognitionGifted in 1995 by Sam & Mona Kaplan