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Documents of destruction : Germany and Jewry, 1933–1945 

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Call Number940.5318 D63h
Dates1971; ©1971
Statement of Responsibilityedited with commentary by Raul Hilberg.
Creators & ContributorsHilberg, Raul (editor)
Contents
  1. A Jewish Argument
  2. A Confidential Nazi Analysis
  3. Name Changes: 1932
  4. Action in the Universities
  5. The Jews Defined
  6. The Disbarment of the Jewish Lawyers
  7. An "Aryanization" Contract
  8. Jews in Health Resorts
  9. Jewish Self-Concentration
  10. The Ghettos of Poland
  11. A Jewish Labor Camp
  12. Open-Air Killings in Russia
  13. The Roumanian Sector
  14. German Army Propaganda
  15. The Final Solution
  16. A Railroad Timetable
  17. The Appeal of Fanny Steiner
  18. Special Accounts "W"
  19. Watching Jewish Apartments
  20. Jewish Firm Names
  21. Jewish Pensions
  22. Last Annual Report from Vienna
  23. An Offer of Marmalade
  24. The Jewish Mood in Galicia
  25. The Jewish Artisans in Poland
  26. Pillaging
  27. Deportations from Norway
  28. The Way It Was Done in the Netherlands
  29. France: Action Against Jewish Children
  30. An Exemption
  31. Jewelry, Silver, Coins, Stamps
  32. An Arrest in Rome
  33. The Salonika Jews Are Destroyed
  34. Paying for the Salonika Transports
  35. Memoir from Rhodes
  36. An Individual Survives in Yugoslavia
  37. Compiling Lists of Slovak Jews
  38. Slovak Jewish Camouflage
  39. Prime Minister Tuka's Father Confessor
  40. Hungary's Reluctance
  41. Postcards from Waldsee
  42. A Ransom Attempt
  43. The Camps
  44. Behind the Fence
  45. Selection
  46. The Gas Supply
  47. Revolt
  48. Liberation
  49. Who Is Who in Postwar Germany
  50. Amends
Physical Description 242 pages ; 22 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherChicago : Quadrangle Books
RecognitionGifted in 1997 by Jeffrey D. Narver