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Alliance for murder : the Nazi-Ukrainian Nationalist partnership in genocide

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Alliance for murder : the Nazi-Ukrainian Nationalist partnership in genocide
Call No: 947.708 A118

Call Number947.708 A118
Dates[1991]; ©1991
Statement of Responsibilityfor the committee, B.F. Sabrin.
Creators & ContributorsSabrin, B. F. (author)
Summary"Without the willing assistance of many non-Germans, the Nazis could not have succeeded in annihilating millions of Jews during World War II. In western Ukraine, Nazi political goals coincided with that of local nationalist organizations to produce an alliance that resulted in the slaughter of scores of thousands of innocent civilians. Through survivors' eyes, Alliance for Murder: The Nazi-Ukrainian Nationalist Partnership in Genocide documents the horrors of fascist 'Actions' in the Ukraine, leading the reader through successive atrocities until individual Jews, hiding in forests or sheltered by sympathetic local families, are the only remnants of once vital, populous communities.... The motivations and composition of Ukrainian Nationalist groups are examined, as well as the failing of the Jewish population and the USSR to react decisively to the impending Nazi occupation." —Book jacket
  • Preface / B.F. Sabrin
  • Introduction: The Nazi-Ukranian Nationalist Parternship / B.F. Sabrin
Part I. The Scene of Collaboration
  1. On the Eve of World War II / Dr. Zvi Parnes
  2. The Dark Clouds / Abraham Ochs
  3. Trembowla As I Remember Her / Meir Selzer
  4. Outbreak of the German-Russian War / Israel Goldfliess
  5. Congratulations to the Führer
Part II. Memories of the Time and Events
  1. I Remember / Moshe Briller
  2. Between Cruelty and Death / Janet Margolies
  3. From the Depths / Salomea Luft
  4. Fragments of My Holocaust Experience / Israel Goldfliess
  5. A Shelter in the Forest / Israel Goldfliess
  6. For My Daughter's Sake / Sabina Herbst
  7. The Annihilation of the Trembowla Jewish Community / Joseph Einleger
  8. Notes of an engineer on the Holocaust in Trembowla / Gustaw Engel
  9. The Story of Adolf David Hutler and His Brother Jacob / S. Brinstein
  10. The Agony of a People / Moshe Briller
Part III. Personal Testimonies and Eyewitnesses
  1. I Shall Not Die, For I Shall Live / Esther Goldstein née Greenberg
  2. I Weep for My Child / Sarah Frankel (Schenhaut)
  3. This Is How I Was Saved / Shenya Bomza
  4. Terrible Experiences / Henya Selzer nee Herbst
  5. How I Lived Through the Holocaust / Isaac Kehana
  6. The Horrors of the Third "Action" / Gegina Diner
  7. The Municipal Hospital in Trembowla During the Nazi Occupation / Dr. Natalia Weiselberg
  8. One Day in a Bunker (A Page out of a Diary) / M.G.
  9. Meeting Holocaust Survivors / S. Brinstein
  10. Eyewitness Accounts / L.S. Roth, G.I. Lehteta, An-Thon, Meir Selzer, H. Stachowiak, I. Malinowski
Part IV. After the War
  1. Ukranian Nationalism After World War II / I. Gartner
  2. Lessons to Be Learned / S. Brinstein
  • Afterword / The Committee
  • Appendix A. From the Soviet State Archives Ukr.SSR
  • Appendix B. Historical Records (Excerpted) and Archive Documents (Translated and Abridged)
  • Appendix C. May Their Memories Be Blessed
Physical Description viii, 304 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherNew York : Sarpedon, in association with Shapolsky Publishers
RecognitionGifted in 2006 by Robert Krell