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Table of Contents: 

  • Introduction
  • Joanna Beata Michlic, “The Raw Memory of War: Early Postwar Testimonies of Children in Dom Dziecka in Otwock”
  • Diana Dumitru, “The Attitude of the Non-Jewish Population of Bessarabia and Transnistria to the Jews during the Holocaust: A Survivors’ Perspective
  • Dariusz Libionka and Laurence Weinbaum, “A New Look at the Betar “Idyll” in Hrubieszów
  • Isaac Hershkowitz, “This enormous Offense to the Torah”: New Discoveries About the Controversy over the Escape of the Rabbis from Budapest, 1943-1944”
  • Yfaat Weiss, “A Man with His Life at Both Ends of Time”: Leah Goldberg, Paul Ernst Kahle, and Appreciating the Mundane”

 

Reviews:

  • David Engel, “Scholarship on the Margins: A New Anthology about Jews in the Warsaw District Under Nazi Occupation: Barbara Engelking, Jacek Leociak, Dariusz Libionka, eds., Prowincja noc: Życie i zagłada Żydów w Dystrykcie warszawskim”
  • Natalia Aleksiun, “Winds of Change in Poland: Zagłada Żydów. Studia I Materiały, Rocznik naukowy Centrum Badań nad Zagładą Żydów IFiS PAN, vol. 2 (2006) and vol. 3 (2007)”

 

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Table of Contents:

  • Introduction
  • Havi Dreifuss Ben-Sasson, “Hell Has Risen to the Surface of the Earth”: An Anonymous Woman’s Diary from the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising”
  • Anton Weiss-Wendt, “The Business of Survival: Baltic Oil Ltd. and Jewish Forced-Labor Camps in Estonia”
  • Mordechai Altshuler, “The Distress of Jews in the Soviet Union in the Wake of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact”
  • Béla Bodo, “The Tószegi Affair: Rumors, “The People’s Verdicts,” and Provincial Antisemitism in Hungary, 1919–1921”
  • Göran Leth, “The Construction of Indifference: The Swedish Press and Kristallnacht”

 

Review:

  • Helmut Walser Smith, “A National Socialist People?: Michael Wildt, Volksgemeinschaft als Selbstermächtigung Gewalt gegen Juden in der deutschen Provinz 1919 bis 1939 (Helmut Walser Smith)
  • The Holocaust as a Marginal Matter, Pius XII and the Jews: Michael Phayer, Pius XII, The Holocaust, and the Cold War”

 

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Table of Contents: 

  • Introduction
  • Sarit Shavit and Dan Michman,  “How is a Study of Hell to be Undertaken?”: Leni Yahil — 50 Years of Research into the Holocaust”
  • Yosef Govrin, “Jean Ancel — Iaşi 1940—Jerusalem 2008”
  • Insa Meinen, “Facing Deportation: How Jews Were Arrested in Belgium”
  • Florent Brayard, “To What Extent Was the “Final Solution” Planned?”
  • Guri Schwarz, “On Myth Making and Nation Building: The Genesis of the “Myth of the Good Italian,” 1943–1947”
  • Judith Baumel-Schwartz, “Pioneers, Teachers, and Mothers: Ultra-Orthodox Women Among She’erit Hapletah”
  • Mark A. Lewis, “The World Jewish Congress and the Institute of Jewish Affairs at Nuremberg: Ideas, Strategies, and Political Goals, 1942–1946”
  • Yehiam Weitz, “The Founding Father and the War Criminal’s Trial: Ben Gurion and the Eichmann Trial”

Reviews: 

  • Jan Grabowski, “Rewriting the History of Polish-Jewish Relations from a Nationalist Perspective: The Recent Publications of the Institute of National Remembrance”
  • David Cesarani, “Integrative and Integrated History”: A Sweeping History of the Shoah Rooted in Everyday Life — and Death: Saul Friedländer, The Years of Extermination. Nazi Germany and the Jews 1939–1945”

 

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Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Christopher Browning, “Raul Hilberg”
  • Raul Hilberg, “The Development of Holocaust Research: A Personal Overview”
  • Yehuda Bauer, “ Nowogródek – The Story of a Shtetl”
  • Judit Pihurik, “Hungarian Soldiers and Jews on the Eastern Front, 1941–1943”
  • Nati Cantorovich, “Soviet Reactions to the Eichmann Trial: A Preliminary Investigation, 1960–1965”
  • Michal Shaul, “Testimonies of Ultra-Orthodox Holocaust Survivors — Between “Public Memory” and “Private Memory”
  • Lilach Marom, ““On Guilt and Atonement”: Aktion Sühnezeichen Friedensdienste and its Activity in Israel”

Reviews:

  • Sanford Gutman, “The Commissariat Général Aux Questions Juives and the “Final Solution” in France: Laurent Joly, Vichy Dans La “Solution Finale”: Histoire du Commissariat Général Aux Questions Juives and Carmen Callil, Bad Faith: A Forgotten History of Family, Fatherland and Vichy France”
  • Samuel Kassow, “The Case of Lodz: New Research on the Last Ghetto: Michal Unger, Lodz: The Last Ghetto in Poland and Andrea Löw, Juden im Getto Litzmannstadt Lebensbedingungen, Selbstwahrnehmung, Verhalten and Andrzej Strzelecki, The Deportation of Jews from the Łódź Ghetto to KL Auschwitz and their Extermination”
  • Omer Bartov, “Much Forgotten, Little Learned: Jan Tomasz Gross, Fear. Anti-Semitism in Poland after Auschwitz: An Essay in Historical Interpretation and Joanna Beata Michlic, Poland’s Threatening Other: The Image of the Jew from 1880 to the Present”

 

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Table of Contents: 

  • Introduction
  • Alina Skibińska and Jakub Petelewicz, “The Participation of Poles in Crimes Against Jews in the Świętokrzyskie Region”
  • Jan Grabowski, “Jewish Defendants in German and Polish Courts in the Warsaw District, 1939-1942”
  • Tomasz Kranz, “Bookkeeping of Death and Prisoner Mortality at Majdanek”
  • Klaus-Michael Mallmann and Martin Cüppers, “Elimination of the Jewish National Home in Palestine”: The Einsatzkommando of the Panzer Army Africa, 1942 “
  • Kinga Frojimovics, “Who Were They?: Characteristics of the Religious Trends of Hungarian Jewry on the Eve of Their Extermination”

Reviews:

  • Frank Bajohr, “Robbery, Ideology, and Realpolitik. Some Critical Remarks: Götz Aly, Hitlers Volksstaat. Raub, Rassenkrieg und nationaler Sozialismus”
  • Klaus-Peter Friedrich, “Did the Nazi War of Extermination in Eastern Europe Start in September 1939?: Jochen Böhler: Auftakt zum Vernichtungskrieg. Die Wehrmacht in Polen 1939”
  • Michael L. Miller, “Czech Holocaust or Holocaust in the Czech Lands?: Livia Rothkirchen, The Jews of Bohemia and Moravia: Facing the Holocaust “

 

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Table of Contents: 

  • Introduction
  • Ian Kershaw, “Hitler’s Role in the “Final Solution”
  • (Béla Bodo, “White Terror,” the Hungarian Press, and the Evolution of  Hungarian Antisemitism After World War I”
  • Arkadi Zeltser, “Inter-war Ethnic Relations and Soviet Policy: The Case of Eastern Belorussia
  • Klaus-Peter Friedrich The Murder of the Jews by the Nazis as Perceived in the Polish Press, 1942-1947”
  • Ingo Loose, “Credit Banks and the Holocaust in the Generalgouvernement, 1939-1945”
  • Dariusz Libionka, “The Life Story of Chaim Hirszman: Remembrance of the Holocaust and Reflections on Postwar Polish-Jewish Relations”
  • Frank Buscher ,“I Know I Also Share the Guilt”: A Retrospective of the West German Parliament’s 1965 Debate on the Statute of Limitations for Murder”
  • László Karsai, “The Last Chapter of the Holocaust”

 

REVIEWS

  • Eberhard Jäckel, “The Final Solution: Florent Brayard, La “solution finale de la question juive”: La technique, le temps et les categories de la decision”
  • Omer Bartov, “As It Really Was: Christopher R. Browning, with contributions by J Jürgen Matthäus, The Origins of the Final Solution: The Evolution of Nazi Jewish Policy, September 1939-March 1942”
  • Raul Hilberg, “The Kommandostab Revisited: Martin Cüppers, Wegbereiter der Shoah. Die Waffen-SS, der Kommandostab Reichsführer-SS und die Judenvernichtung 1939-1945”
  • Susanne Heim, “Anti-Jewish Policy and the German Volksgemeinschaft: Otto Dov Kulka and Eberhard Jäckel, eds., Die Juden in den geheimen NS-Stimmungsberichten 1933-1945”
  • Timothy Snyder, “Three Endings and a Beginning: Shimon Redlich’s Galicia: Shimon Redlich, Together and Apart In Brzeżany: Poles, Jews, and Ukrainians, 1919-1945”

 

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Table of Contents: 
Introduction

THE JEWS OF WARSAW:

  • Havi Ben-Sasson and Lea Preiss, “Twilight Days: Missing Pages from Avraham Lewin’s Warsaw Ghetto Diary, May-July 1942”
  • Esther Farbstein, “A Close-up View of a Judenrat: The Memoirs of Pnina Weiss-Wife of a Member of the First Judenrat in Warsaw”
  • Moshe Arens, “The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising-A Reappraisal”

 

POSTWAR ATTITUDES AND MEMORY: 

  • Natalia Aleksiun, “The Polish Catholic Church and the Jewish Question in Poland, 1944-1948”
  • Sharon Kangisser Cohen, “The Silence of Hidden Child Survivors of the Holocaust”
  • Boaz Cohen, “The Birth Pangs of the Holocaust Research in Israel”

 

RESEARCH SPOTLIGHTS: 

  • Yehuda Bauer, “Buczacz and Krzemieniec: The Story of Two Towns During the Holocaust” Liliana Picciotto Statistical Tables on the Holocaust in Italy, with An Insight on the Mechanism of the Deportations”
  • Chaim Shalem, “Remember, there are not many Eisses now in the Swiss market”: Assistance and Rescue Endeavors of Chaim Yisrael Eiss in Switzerland”
  • Amos Goldberg, “If This Is a Man: The Image of Man in Autobiographical and Historical Writing During and After the Holocaust”

 

REVIEWS

  • Richard Evans, “Decision for Genocide: A New Synthesis on the Origins of the “Final Solution”: Christopher R. Browning, The Origins of the Final Solution:The Evolution of Nazi Jewish Plocy, September 1939-March 1942with contributions by Jürgen Matthäus”
  • Otto Dov Kulka, “The Role of Hitler in the “Final Solution”: Ian Kershaw, Hitler. Nemesis: 1936-1945 (Hebrew)”
  • Chava Baruch, “Nothing New Under the Sun: Hugarian Antisemetism as the Cause for Division of Space in Budapest in 1944: Tim Cole, Holocaust City: The Making of a Jewish Ghetto”

LETTERS:

  • Yehuda Bauer
  • Randolpgh L. Braham
  • Jeguda Dertsch

 

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Table of Contents:

  • Introduction
  • Michael L. Morgan, “Fackenheim and the Holocaust: Setting the Record Straight”

 

THE HOLOCAUST IN HUNGARY: 

  • Randolph L. Braham, “Rescue Operations in Hungary: Myths and Realities”
  • László Karsai, “The Hungarian Holocaust as Reflected in the People’s Court Trials in Budapest”
  • Judit Molnár, “Two Cities, Two Policies, One Outcome: The De-Judaization of Pécs and Szeged in 1944”
  • Guy Miron, “History, Remembrance, and a “Useful Past” in the Public Thought of Hungarian Jewry, 1938–1939”
  • Anna Szala, “Will the Past Protect Hungarian Jewry? Response of Jewish Intellectuals to Anti-Jewish Legislation”
  • Rita Horvath, “A Changing Genre: Jewish Hungarian Family Novels After the Holocaust”

 

JEWS, POLES, AND THE HOLOCAUST: 

  • Dariusz Libionka, “Alien, Hostile, Dangerous: The Image of the Jews and the “Jewish Question” in the Polish-Catholic Press in the 1930s”
  • Felicja Karay, “Heaven or Hell? The Two Faces of the HASAG-Kielce Camp”
  • Edward Kossoy, “The Gęsiówka Story: A Little Known Page of Jewish Fighting History”


NEW BATTLEGROUNDS AND THE HOLOCAUST - THREE PERSPECTIVES:

  • Nicholas Terry, “Conflicting Signals: British Intelligence on the “Final Solution” Through Radio Intercepts and Other Sources, 1941-1942”
  • Raquel Hodara, “The Polish Jewish Woman From the Beginning of the Occupation to the Deportation to the Ghettos”
  • Dan Michman, “ Why Did Heydrich Write the Schnellbrief? A Remark on the Reason and on Its Significance”


Reviews:  

  • The SS and the Economics of Genocide: Michael Thad Allen, The Business of Genocide: The SS, Slave Labor, and the Concentration Camps
  • Hermann Kaienburg, Die Wirtschaft der SS
  • Joachim Neander , “Jan Erik Schulte, Zwangsarbeit und Vernichtung: Das Wirtschaftsimperium der SS. Oswald Pohl und das SS-Wirtschafts-Verwaltungshauptamt 1933-1945”
  • Yaacov Lozowick, “Historians and True Believers: Isabel Heinemann, “Rasse, Siedlung, deutsches Blut”. Das Rasse- und Siedlungshauptamt der SS und die rassenpolitische Neuordnung Europas”
  • Judith Tydor Baumel, “Through A Woman’s Eye: Nechama Tec, Resilience and Courage: Women, Men and the Holocaust”
  • Michael Berenbaum, “Distinctions that Inform, Deliberations that Intensify Understanding: Dan Michman, Holocaust Historiography: A Jewish Perspective”
  • Nathan Cohen, “Encyclopedia of Holocaust Literature - A First Step: S. Lillian Kremer, ed., Holocaust Literature: An Encyclopedia of Writers and Their Work”

 

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Table of Contents: 

  • The Jews in the East European Ghettos: Emmanuel Ringelblum’s Last Request, March 1, 1944, Introduction by Israel Gutman
  • Delegatura Report to the Polish Government-in-Exile, April 24, 1943
  • Nathan Cohen, “The Last Days of the Vilna Ghetto: Pages from a Diary”
  • Gershon Greenberg, “Shlomo Zalman Unsdorfer: With God Through the Holocaust”
  • Yehuda Bauer, “Jewish Baranowicze in the Holocaust”
  • Havi Ben Sasson, “Christians in the Ghetto: All Saints’ Church, Birth of the Holy Virgin Mary Church, and the Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto”

 

The Neutral Powers: 

  • Simon Erlanger, “Order versus Education: The Aims of the Swiss Labor Camps for Refugees and Emigrants”
  • Avraham Milgram, “The Bounds of Neutrality: Portugal and the Repatriation of Its Jewish Nationals 

 

Actions Against Jews in the 1930s

  • Armin Nolzen, “The Nazi Party and its Violence Against the Jews, 1933-1939: Violence as a Historiographical Concept 
  • Milka Zalmon, “Forced Emigration of the Jews of Burgenland: A Test Case”

 

Literature:

  • Iris Milner, “A Burst Dam”: The Failure of Repression as Depicted in the Fiction of the Second Generation 

 

Reviews: 

  • Walter Zwi Bacharach, “Antisemitism, Holocaust, and the Holy See: An Appraisal of Recent Books About the Vatican and the Holocaust 
  • Yaacov Lozowick, “Remarks on Premeditation and Blind Hatred Michael Wildt, Generation des Unbedingten.Yaacov Lozowick, “Das Führungskorps des Reichssicherheitshauptamtes, Hamburg, Hamburger Edition, 2002, 964 pp.” No Middle Ground for the Eichmann Männer? Yaacov Lozowick, Hitler’s Bureaucrats: The Nazi Security Police and the Banality of Evil, Translated by Haim Watzman, London and New York: Continuum, 2002.xx + 297 pp. (George Browder)
  •  The Politics of Holocaust Research Raul Hilberg, Sources of Holocaust Research. An Analysis, Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2001, 204 pp. + index (David Cesarani)

 

Letters: 

  • Samuel Schalkowsky (Dov Levin)

 

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  • Anna Bikont, “Seen from Jedwabne”
  • Dariusz Stola, “A Monument of Words” 
  • Tomasz Strzembosz, “Inscribed in Professor Gutman’s Diary” 
  • Israel Gutman “Them” and “Us”: In Reply to Professor Tomasz Strzembosz
  • Judit Molnár, ’The Foundation and Activities of the Hungarian Jewish Council’
  • Yehoshua Büchler “Certificates” for Auschwitz
  • Karl Liedke, “Destruction Through Work: Lodz Jews in the Büssing Truck Factory in Braunschweig, 1944-1945”
  • Bela Bodo, “The Role of Antisemitism in the Expulsion of Non-Aryan Students, 1933-1945”
  • Graciela Ben-Dror, “The Catholic Elites in Brazil and Their Attitude Toward the Jews, 1933–1939” 
  • Mordechai Altshuler, “Jewish Holocaust Commemoration Activity in the USSR Under Stalin)
  • Mooli Brog ,“The Memory of a Dream is a Blessing”: Mordechai Shenhavi and Initial Holocaust Commemoration Ideas in Palestine, 1942–1945” 
  • Avner Holtzman, “They Are Different People”: Holocaust Survivors as Reflected in the Fiction of the Generation of 1948”
  • Haim Genizi, “The American Jewish Committee and the Admission of Nazi Collaborators into the United States, 1948-1950”

 

Reviews

  • Peter Longerich,  “Working Towards the Führer”
  • David Bankier, “The Nazis and the German Population:  A Faustian Deal? Review of  Eric A. Johnson, Nazi Terror. The Gestapo, Jews, and Ordinary Germans, New York: Basic Books, 2000, 636 pp.”
  • Beate Meyer, “The Restructuring of a Jewish Gemeinde into the “Prototype” of the Judenrat”
  • Joachim Neander, “Auschwitz Scholars Examine Auschwitz, Review of Auschwitz 1940-1945 – Central Issues in the History of the Camp, Waclaw Dlugoborski and Franciszek Piper, eds., translated from the Polish by William Brand, Oświęcim: Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, 2000, 5 vols.”
  • Dan Michman, “Why Did So Many Jews in Antwerp Perish in the Holocaust? Review of  Lieven Saerens,Vreemdelingen in een wereldstad. Een geschiedenis van Antwerpen en zijn joodse bevolking 1880–1944, Tielt: Lannoo, 2000, 847 pp.”

 

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  • Jeffrey Herf, “The Historian as Provocateur: George Mosse’s Accomplishment and Legacy”
  • Daniel Uziel, “Wehrmacht Propaganda Troops and the Jews”
  • Bella Guttermann, “Jews in the Service of Organisation Todt in the Occupied Soviet Territories, October 1941–March 1942”
  • Yitzhak Arad , “Plunder of Jewish Property in the Nazi-Occupied Areas of the Soviet Union”
  • Tikva Fatal-Knaani, “he Jews of Pinsk, 1939-1943, Through the Prism of New Documentation”
  • Dov Levin, “How The Jewish Police in the Kovno Ghetto Saw Itself”
  • Randolph L. Barahm, “The Christian Churches of Hungary and the Holocaust”
  • Hava Eshkoli Wegman, “The Zionist Aspect of Religious-Zionist Policy in Palestine in View of the Holocaust”
  • Kimmy Caplan, “Have “Many Lies Accumulated in History Books”?  The Holocaust in Ashkenazi Haredi Historical Consciousness in Israel”

 

Reviews:

  • Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, But Not for All: France and the “Alien” Jews, 1933-1942, Vicki Caron, Uneasy Asylum: France and the Jewish Refugee Crisis, 1933-1942 (Raya Cohen)
  • “Ordinary Life” in Extraordinary Times, Renée Poznanski, To Be a Jew in France 1939-1945 – Hebrew (Richard I. Cohen)
  • No Anonymous Desk-Murderers, Bogdan Musial, Deutsche Zivilverwaltung und Judenverfolgung im Generalgouvernement. Eine Fallstudie zum Distrikt Lublin 1939-1944 (David Silberklang)
  • Network of Terror: The Nazi Concentration Camps, Karin Orth, Das System der nationalsozialistischen Konzentrationslager: Eine politische Organisationsgeschichte, Karin Orth, Die Konzentrationslager-SS: Sozialstrukturelle Analysen und biographische Studien (Christian Gerlach)
  • Weeping Without Tears, Gideon Greif, We Wept Without Tears: Testimonies of the Jewish Sonderkommando From Auschwitz – Hebrew (Michael Berenbaum)

 

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  • Jacob Borut, “Antisemitism in Tourist Facilities in Weimar Germany”
  • Avraham Altman and Irene Eber, “Flight to Shanghai, 1938-1940: The Larger Setting”
  • Stefan Kley, “Hitler and the Pogrom of November 9-10, 1938”
  • Bogdan Musial, “The Origins of “Operation Reinhard”: the Decision - Making Process for the Mass Murder of the Jews in the Generalgouvernement”
  • Daniel Blatman, “Death Marches, January to May 1945: Who Was Responsible for What”
  • Eleonore Lappin, “The Death Marches of Hungarian Jews Through Austria in the Spring of 1945”
  • Zvi Erez, “Jews for Copper: Jewish-Hungarian Labor Service Companies in Bor 
  • Joachim Neander, “Auschwitz - Grosswerther – Gunskirchen. A Nine Months' Odyssey Through Eight Nazi Concentration Camps”
  • Yehiam Weitz, “The Road to Wassenaar: How the Decision on Direct Negotiations Between Israel and Germany Was Approved”

 

Reviews

  • Leni Yahil, “Himmler’s Timetable Der Dienstkalender Heinrich Himmlers 1941/42. Bearbeitet von Peter Witte, Michael Wildt, Martina Voigt, Dieter Pohl, Peter Klein, Christian Gerlach, Christoph Diekmann und Andrej Angrick”
  • Women’s Experiences During the Holocaust – New Books in Print Dalia Ofer and Lenore Weitzman, eds.,Women in the Holocaust
  • Judith Tydor Baumel, Double Jeopardy: Gender and the Holocaust (Rochelle G. Saidel)
  • Eli Lederhendler, “Of Integrity, Rescue, and Splinter Groups Efraim Zuroff, The Response of Orthodox Jewry in the United States to the Holocaust: The Activities of the Vaad ha-Hatzala Rescue Committee, 1939-1945

 

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Table of Contents: 

  • Yisrael Gutman and Otto Dov Kulka, “About Jacob Katz”
  • Jacob Katz, “World War One – Crossroads in the History of European Jewry”
  • Wolf Gruner, “Poverty and Persecution: The Reichsvereinigung, the Jewish Population, and Anti-Jewish Policy in the Nazi State, 1939-1945”
  • Stefanie Schüler-Springorum, “Fear and Misery in the Third Reich: From the Files of the Collective Guardianship Office of the Berlin Jewish Community”
  • António Louçã and Ansgar Schäfer, “Portugal and the Nazi Gold: The ‘Lisbon Connection’ in the Sales of Looted Gold by the Third Reich”
  • Avraham Milgram, “Portugal, the Consuls, and the Jewish Refugees, 1938-1941”
  • Daniel Feierstein and Miguel Galante, “Argentina and the Holocaust: The Conceptions and Policies of Argentine Diplomacy, 1933-1945”
  • Shaul Ferrero, “Switzerland and the Refugees Fleeing Nazism: Documents on the German Jews Turned Back at the Basel Border in 1938-1939”
  • Nahum Bogner, “The Convent Children: The Rescue of Jewish Children in Polish Convents During the Holocaust”
  • Yaacov Lozowick, “Malice in Action”
  • Livia Rothkirchen, “The Protectorate Government and the `Jewish Question,’ 1939-1941”
  • Benny Morris, “Response of the Jewish Daily Press in Palestine to the Accession of Hitler, 1933”

 

Reviews: 

  • Robert Rozett, “Historical Atlases and the Holocaust”
  • Saul Friedländer, “The Abnormality of the Normal”
  • Daniel Fraenkel, “Nazi Germany and the Jews, Vol. 1: The Years of Persecution, 1933-1939
  • Marion A. Kaplan, “Jewish Life in Nazi Germany - A View ‘from Below’”
  • Guy Miron, “Between Dignity and Despair, Jewish Life in Nazi Germany
  • Otto Dov Kulka, “German Jewry Confronting Nazism in the Mirror of Jewish History
  • (hrsg.), Anne Birkenhauer und Esriel Hildesheimer (mitarbeiter), Deutsches Judentum unter dem Nationalsozialismus. Dokumente zur Geschichte der Reichsvertretung der deutschen Juden 1933-1939, Band 1 (Richard I. Cohen)
  • Oded Heilbronner, “The Decline and fall of German Jewry, Avraham Margaliot and Yehoyakim Cochavi, eds.,History of the Holocaust—Germany, two volumes”

 

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Table of Contents: 

  • Introduction
  • Michael R. Marrus, “The Holocaust at Nuremberg”
  • David Engel, “Patterns of Anti-Jewish Violence in Poland, 1944-1946”
  • Esther Farbstein, “Diaries and Memoirs as a Historical Source - The Diary and Memoir of a Rabbi at the “Konin House of Bondage”
  • Yfaat Weiss, “The Transfer Agreement and The Boycott Movement: A Jewish Dilemma on the Eve of the Holocaust”
  • Frank Bajohr, “The Beneficiaries of “Aryanization”: Hamburg as a Case Study”
  • Andrej Angrick, “The Escalation of German-Rumanian Anti-Jewish Policy after the Attack on the Soviet Union”
  • Dieter Pohl, “Hans Krüger and the Murder of the Jews in the Region of Stanislawow Galicia”
  • Judith Levin and Daniel Uziel, “Ordinary Men, Extraordinary Photos – Photographs”
  • Avraham Barkai, “German Historians Confront Goldhagen”
  • Yisrael Gutman, “ Goldhagen - His Critics and His Contribution”


REVIEWS: 

  • Götz Aly, “The Universe of Death and Torment”
  • Raul Hilberg, “The Goldhagen Phenomenon: Daniel J. Goldhagen, Hitler’s Willing Executioners:  Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust “
  • Shmuel Krakowski, “The Polish Historian on the Struggle and Failure of Dr. Itzhak Schwartzbart: Dariusz Stola, Nadzieja i Zaglada:  Ignacy Schwarzbart - zydowski przedstawiciel w Radzie Narodowej RP 1940-1945
  • Matitiahu Minc, “The Bund - Like All the Jews, With all the Jews: Daniel Blatman, For Our Freedom and Yours: The Jewish Labor Bund in Poland, 1939-1949”
  • Theodore H. Friedgut, “Stalin’s Bureaucracy in Action: The Creation and Destruction of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee: Shimon Redlich, War, Holocaust and Stalinism: A Documented Study of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee in the USSR”
  • Henry L. Feingold, “he Holocaust as Change Agent: Major Changes Within the Jewish People in the Wake of the Holocaust: Proceedings of the Ninth Yad Vashem International Historical Conference, June 1993, Edited by Yisrael Gutman and Avital Saf”
  • Leni Yahil, “Doubted Nothing, Learned Nothing”: Ulrich Herbert, BEST: Biografische Studien über Radikalismus, Weltanschauung und Vernunft, 1903-198”

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Table of Contents: 

  • Eliezer Schweid, “The Jewish People Fifty Years After the Holocaust”
  • Gulie Ne’eman Arad, “Cooptation of Elites: American Jewish Reactions to the Nazi Menace, 1933”
  • Jeremy D. Harris, “ Broadcasting the Massacres: An Analysis of the BBC’s Contemporary Coverage of the Holocaust”
  • Dina Porat, “The Vilna Proclamation of January 1, 1942, in Historical Perspective”
  • Judith Tydor-Baumel, “Parachuting to their People” - the Operation of the Parachutist-Emissaries During World War II in Historical Perspective”
  • Jan Blonski, “Polish-Catholics and Catholic-Poles: The Gospel, National Interest, Civic Solidarity and the Destruction of the Warsaw Ghetto”
  • Graciela Ben-Dror, “The Catholic Church in Argentina and the Confirmed Reports of the Extermination of European Jews 1942-1943”
  • Dalia Ofer, “Life in the Ghettos of Transnistria”
  • Karol Jonca, “Deportation of German Jews from Breslau 1941-1944 as Described in Eyewitness Testimonies”
  • Alfred Konieczny, “The Transit Camp for Breslau Jews at Riebnig in Lower Silesia 1941-1943”
  • Itzhak Garti, “The Living Conditions of Jewish Refugees from Yugoslavia Held as Civilian Prisoners of War in Fascist Italy up to the Fall of the Regime in July 1943”
  • Asher Cohen, “The Holocaust of Hungarian Jews in Light of the Research of Randolph Braham”
  • Duro Schwarz, “The Jasenovac Death Camps - Hope, Victory and Liberation: A Collection of Testimonies”

 

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Table of Contents: 

  • Wolf Gruner, “Terra incognita? The Camps for “Jewish Labor Conscription” (1938-1943) and the German Population”
  • Susanne Heim and Götz Aly,”The Holocaust and Population Policy: Remarks on the Decision on the “Final Solution”
  • Dan Diner), “ationalization and Method: Critique of a New Approach in Understanding the “Final Solution”
  • David Bankier, “On Modernization and the Rationality of Extermination”
  • Ulrich Herbert, “Racism and Rational Calculation: The Role of “Utilitarian” Strategies of Legitimization in the National Socialist “Weltanschauung”
  • David Silberklang, “The Allies and the Holocaust: A Reappraisal”
  • Robert Rozett, “From Poland to Hungary: Rescue Attempts 1943-1944”
  • Hans Kirchhoff, “SS-Gruppenführer Werner Best and the Action Against the Danish Jews - October 1943”
  • Dana Arieli-Horowitz, “An Architect of Race - Paul Schultze-Naumburg and National Socialism”
  • Neima Barzel, “Dignity, Hatred and Memory - Reparations from Germany: The Debates in the 1950s”
  • Shimon Adler, “Block 31: The Children’s Block in the Family Camp at Birkenau”
  • Moshe Bejski, “ Oskar Schindler and Schindler’s List, introduction”
  • Shmuel Krakowski, “Massacre of Jewish Prisoners on the Samland Peninsula - Documents, Introduction”

 

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Table of Contents: 

  • Yisrael Gutman Talks to Daniel Blatman, “Youth and Resistance Movements in Historical Perspective”
  • Yitzhak Arad, “Soviet Jews in the War Against Nazi Germany”
  • Shmuel Spector, “Jews in the Resistance and Partisan Movement in the Soviet Ukraine”
  • Sarah Bender, “From Underground to Armed Struggle - The Resistance Movement in the Bialystok Ghetto”
  • Haim Genizi and Naomi Blank, “The Rescue Efforts of Bnei Akiva in Hungary During the Holocaust”
  • Jean Ancel , “Antonescu and the Jews”
  • Leni Yahil, “Some Remarks about Hitler’s Impact on the Nazis’ Jewish Policy”)
  • Willi Dressen, “The Role of the Wehrmacht and the Police in the Annihilation of the Jews
  • the Prosecution and Postwar Careers of Perpetrators in the Police Force of the Federal Republic of Germany”
  • Ian Kershaw, “Ideologue and Propagandist: Hitler in Light of His Speeches, Writings and Orders, 1925-1928”
  • Raya Cohen, “Confronting the Reality of the Holocaust: Richard Lichtheim, 1939-1942”
  • Yehiam Weitz, “Revisionist Criticism of the Yishuv Leadership During the Holocaust”
  • Jewish Units in the Soviet Partisan Movement - Selected Documents

 

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Table of Contents: 

  • Saul Friedländer, “Dimensions of the Holocaust: Remarks on Two Studies”
  • Dan Laor, “Did Agnon Write About the Holocaust?”
  • Denis Peschanski, “The Statutes on Jews - October 3, 1940 and June 2, 1941”
  • Pierre Laborie, “The Jewish Statutes in Vichy France and Public Opinion”
  • Renée Poznanski, “The Jews of France and the Statutes on Jews, 1940-1941”
  • Menahem Kaufman, “The Daily Life of the Village and Country Jews in Hessen from Hitler’s Ascent to Power to November 1938”
  • Bozena Szaynok, “The Pogrom of Jews in Kielce, July 4, 1946”
  • Yehoyakim Cochavi, “The Hostile Alliance”: The Relationship Between the Reichsvereinigung of Jews in Germany and the Regime”
  • Marek Orski, “The Jewish Subsidiary of the Stutthof Concentration Camp (Konzentrationslager Stutthof) at Brusy-Dziemiany (1944-1945)”
  • Eva Kolinsky, “Remembering Auschwitz: A Survey of Recent Textbooks for the Teaching of History in German Schools”

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Table of Contents: 

  • Yitzhak Arad , “The Holocaust of Soviet Jewry in the Occupied Territories of the Soviet Union
  • Franciszek Piper, “Estimating the Number of Deportees to and Victims of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Camp 
  • Shmuel Krakowski and Ilya Altman, “The Testament of the Last Prisoners of the Chelmno Death Camp”
  • Avraham Barkai, “German Entrepreneurs and Jewish Policy in the Third Reich”
  • Leonardo Senkman, “Argentina’s Immigration Policy During the Holocaust 1938-1945”
  • Ruta Sakowska, “Two Forms of Resistance in the Warsaw Ghetto - Two Functions of the Ringelblum Archives”
  • Ilya Altman, “Toward the History of the Black Book”
  • Georgiy Kumanyev, “Some Issues in Soviet Historiography Concerning World War II”
  • Oded Heilbronner, “Where Did Nazi Anti-Semitism Disappear to? Anti-Semitic Propaganda and Ideology of the Nazi Party, 1929-1933: A Historiographic Study”
  • Dina Katan Ben-Zion, “Polemics with Nazism in the Newspapers Zidov and Jevrejski Glas in Yugoslavia, 1935-1941”
  • Ella Gutman, “Cumulative Index for Vols. I-XX”

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Table of Contents: 

  • Narcisa Lengel-Krizman, “A Contribution to the Study of Terror in the So-Called Independent State of Croatia: Concentration Camps for Women in 1941-1942”
  • Czeslaw Madajczyk, “Hitler’s Direct Influence on Decisions Affecting Jews during World War II”
  • David Bankier, “The Germans and the Holocaust. What Did They Know?”
  • Franziska Becker and Utz Jeggle, “Memory and Violence. Local Recollections of Jewish Persecution during the Reichskristallnacht”
  • Dov Levin, “The Fateful Decision: The Flight of the Jews into the Soviet Interior in the Summer of 1941”
  • Dina Porat, “A Year of Extermination” - a Document on the Attitude of the Yishuv in Eretz-Israel toward Youth Movements in Europe during the Holocaust”
  • Hava Wagman Eshkoli, “The Founding and Activity of the Hehalutz-Histadrut Rescue Center in Geneva, 1939-1942”
  • Ruth Zariz, “Attempts at Rescue and Revolt - Attitude of Members of the Dror Youth Movement in Bedzin to Foreign Passports as Means of Rescue”
  • Daniel Blatman, “On a Mission against All Odds: Samuel Zygelbojm in London April 1942 - May 1943”
  • Nathan Cohen, “Diaries of the Sonderkommandos in Auschwitz: Coping With Fate and Reality
  • Iaacov Geller, “The Jewish Educational System in Romania during World War II 1940-1944”
  • Ze’ev Mankowitz, “The Formation of She’erit Hapleita: November 1944 - July 1945”

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Table of Contents: 

  • Martin Broszat and Saul Friedländer, “A Controversy about the Historicization of National Socialism”
  • Ernst Nolte, “Between Historical Myth and Revisionism? The Third Reich from the Perspective of 1980”
  • Ernst Nolte, “A Past That Will Not Pass Away: A Speech It Was Possible to Write, But Not to Present”
  • Jürgen Habermas, “A Kind of Indemnification: The Tendencies toward Apologia in German Research on Current History”
  • Christian Meier, “To Condemn and to Understand: A Turning Point in German Historical Remembrance”
  • Eberhard Jäckel, “The Miserable Practice of the Insinuators: The Uniqueness of the National-Socialist Crime Cannot Be Denied”
  • Yisrael Gutman, “Nolte and Revisionism”
  • Otto Dov Kulka, “Singularity and Its Relativization: Changing Views in German Historiography on National Socialism and the “Final Solution”
  • Jean Ancel, “The Romanian Way of Solving the “Jewish Problem” in Bessarabia and Bukovina, June-July 1941”
  • Maria Schmidt, “Provincial Police Reports: New Insights into Hungarian Jewish History, 1941-1944
  • Robert Rozett, “Jewish and Hungarian Armed Resistance in Hungary”
  • Jerzy Tomaszewski, “Letters from Zbaszyn”
  • Shmuel Krakowski, “Relations between Jews and Poles during the Holocaust - New and Old Approaches in Polish Historiography
  • Jan Blonski, “Poor Poles Look at the Ghetto” 
  • Wladyslaw Sila-Nowicki, “To Jan Blonski in Reply”
  • Teresa Prekerowa, The “Just” and the “Passive”
  • Jerzy Turowicz, “Polish Reasons and Jewish Reasons”
  • Adam Rayski, “ The Impact of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising on Jewish Resistance in France”
  • Mordecai Paldiel, “To the Righteous among the Nations Who Risked Their Lives to Rescue Jews”
  • Ian Kershaw, “The Churches and the Nazi Persecution of the Jews - a Review”

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Table of Contents: 

  • Renée Poznanski, “A Methodological Approach to the Study of Jewish Resistance in France”
  • Yoav Gelber, “The Reactions of the Zionist Movement and the Yishuv to the Nazis’ Rise to Power”
  • Andreas Hillgruber, “War in the East and the Extermination of the Jews
  • Leni Yahil, “Memoirs” of Adolf Eichmann” 
  • Asher Cohen, “Pétain, Horthy, Antonescu and the Jews, 1942-1944: Toward a Comparative View  
  • Tuvia Frieling, “Ben-Gurion and the Holocaust of European Jewry 1939-1945: A Stereotype Reexamined
  • Suzanne D. Rutland, “An Example of “Intellectual Barbarism”: The Story of “Alien” Jewish Medical Practitioners in Australia, 1933-1956”
  • Adam Rutkowski, “An Attempted Uprising of the Jewish Women Prisoners in the Budy Camp?
  •  Ruth Zariz, “Officially Approved Emigration from Germany after 1941: A Case Study 
  • Joseph Rochlitz and Menachem Shelach, “Excerpts from the Salonika Diary of Lucillo Merci February-August 1943

 

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Table of Contents: 

  • Andreas Hillgruber, “The Extermination of the European Jews in Its Historical Context - a Recapitulation”
  • Liliana Picciotto Fargion, “The Anti-Jewish Policy of the Italian Social Republic 1943-1945”
  • Jacob Toury, “From Forced Emigration to Expulsion - the Jewish Exodus over the Non-Slavic Borders of the Reich as a Prelude to the “Final Solution”
  • Dina Porat, “Martin Buber in Eretz-Israel during the Holocaust Years, 1942-1944”
  • Joseph Michman, “Planning for the Final Solution against the Background of Developments in Holland in 1941”
  • Tatiana Brustin-Berenstein, “The Historiographic Treatment of the Abortive Attempt to Deport the Danish Jews”
  • Shalom Cholavsky, “The German Jews in the Minsk Ghetto”
  • Christopher R. Browning  and Yisrael Gutman, “The Reports of a Jewish “Informer” in the Warsaw Ghetto”
  • Aniela Kielbicka, “The Liquidation of the Jewish Associations in Cracow during the Nazi Occupation, The Sixth International Historical Conference - List of Papers”

 

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In Memoriam: Uriel Tal (Yisrael Gutman)

 

Table of Contents: 

  • Saul Friedländer, “From Anti-Semitism to Extermination: A Historiographical Study of Nazi Policies toward the Jews and an Essay in Interpretation”
  • Christof Dipper, “The German Resistance and the Jews”
  • Hans-Heinrich Wilhelm, “The Holocaust in National-Socialist Rhetoric and Writings - Some Evidence against the Thesis that Before 1945 Nothing Was Known about the “Final Solution”
  • Michael H. Kater, “Everyday Anti-Semitism in Prewar Nazi Germany: The Popular Bases” 
  • Nathaniel Katzburg, “Zionist Reactions to Hungarian Anti-Jewish Legislation 1939-1942”
  • Zvi Erez, “The Jews of Budapest and the Plans of Admiral Horthy - August-October 1944” 
  • Yitzhak Arad,  “Operation Reinhard”: Extermination Camps of Belzec, Sobibor and Treblinka
  • Shmuel Krakowski, “Holocaust in the Polish Underground Press”
  • Avraham Barkai, “Between East and West: Jews from Germany in the Lodz Ghetto”
  • Dov Levin, “July 1944 - the Crucial Month for the Remnants of Lithuanian Jewry 
  • David H. Shpiro, “American Zionist Leaders and the Rescue of European Jews - November-December 1942”
  • Jean Ancel, “lans for Deportation of the Rumanian Jews and Their Discontinuation in Light of Documentary Evidence July-October 1942”
  • The German Population and the Jews in the Third Reich - Recent Publications and Trends in Otto Dov Kulka and Aron Rodrigue, “Research on German Society and the “Jewish Question” 
  • Bela Vago, “The Politics of Genocide. The Holocaust in Hungary” - Notes on Randolph L. Braham’s Book

 

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Table of Contents: 

  • Leni Yahil, “Raoul Wallenberg - His Mission and His Activities in Hungary”
  • Christopher R. Browning, “The Final Solution in Serbia: The Semlin Judenlager - a Case Study”
  • David Engel, “The Polish Government-in-Exile and the Deportation of Polish Jews from France in 1942”
  • Shmuel Huppert, “King of the Ghetto - Mordecai Haim Rumkowski, the Elder of Lodz Ghetto” Shmuel Spector, “The Jews of Volhynia and their Reaction to Extermination”
  • Joyce Jensen, “The Soul of Our Childhood - Spiritual Resilience in Holocaust Literature”
  • Bill Bruinooge, “The Holocaust as a Challenge to Belief”
  • Joseph Kermish, “Daily Entries of Hersh Wasser. Introduction and Notes”
  • Werner Weinberg, “The Lost Transport – Reminiscences”
  • John S. Conway, “Records and Documents of the Holy See Relating to the Second World War
  • Shlomo Netzer, “The Jewish Underground Press in Warsaw”
  • The Archives of the Swiss Consul General Charles Lutz, Collection of Testimony on the Sixth Bronia Klibanski, “Labor Battalion in Slovakia, Cumulative Index of Vols. I-XV”

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Table of Contents: 

  • Jürgen Förster, “The Wehrmacht and the War of Extermination against the Soviet Union”
  • Livia Rothkirchen, “The Defiant Few: Jews and the Czech “Inside Front” 1938-1942”
  • Yoav Gelber, “Palestinian POWs in German Captivity”
  • Michel Abitbol, “Waiting for Vichy: Europeans and Jews in North Africa on the Eve of World War II
  • Yerahmiel Richard Cohen, “French Jewry’s Dilemma on the Orientation of its Leadership: from Polemics to Conciliation: 1942-1944” 
  • Dan Michman, “The Committee for Jewish Refugees in Holland: 1933-1940”
  • Judith Tydor-Baumel, “The Kitchener Transmigration Camp at Richborough”
  • Asher Cohen, “Hehalutz Underground in Hungary: March-August 1944: Based on Testimony of Survivors”
  • Hans Holzträge, “A German Evangelical Minister’s Reminiscences of his Youth in North Transylvania”
  • Ladislav Grosman, “Memories of My Service in a Labor Battalion”
  • Leon A. Jick, “The Holocaust: Its Use and Abuse within the America Public”
  • Aharon Weiss, “Quantitative Measurement of Features of the Holocaust: Notes on the Book by Helen Fein”
  • Joseph Kermish, “Isaiah Trunk 1905-1981: in Memoriam, Research and Projects at Universities in Israel, Yad Vashem Publications Conferences”

 

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Table of Contents: 

  • Uriel Tal, “In the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide”
  • Jeffrey A. Goldstein, “On Racism and Anti-Semitism in Occultism and Nazism”
  • Martin Broszat, “Hitler and the Genesis of the Final Solution:  An Assessment of David Irving’s Theses”
  • Martin Gilbert, “British Government Policy towards Jewish Refugees November 1937 - September 1939”
  • Yoav Gelber, “Zionist Policy and the Fate of European Jewry 1939-1942”
  • Meier Sompolinsky, “Anglo-Jewish Leadership and the British Government: Attempts at Rescue 1944-1945”
  • Nathaniel Katzburg, “European Jewry and the Palestinian Question: Appraisals and Predictions” 
  • Yitzhak Arad, “Alfred Rosenberg and the “Final Solution” in the Occupied Soviet Territories” 
  • Livia Rothkirchen, “Czech Attitudes towards the Jews during the Nazi Regime”
  • Efraim Zuroff, “Attempts to Obtain Shanghai Permits in 1941: A Case of Rescue Priority during the Holocaust”
  • Eda Shapiro, “The Reminiscences of Victor Kugler - the “Mr. Kraler” of Anne Frank’s Diary”
  • Nanna Sagi and Malcolm Lowe, “Research Report: Pre-War Reactions to Nazi Anti-Jewish Policies in the Jewish Press Conferences”

 

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In Memoriam:  Jacob Robinson (1889-1977).

 

Table of Contents: 

  • Yehuda Bauer, “Trends in Holocaust Research”
  • Christopher R. Browning, “Referat Deutschland, Jewish Policy and the German Foreign Office 1933-1940”
  • Abraham Margaliot, “The Reaction of the Jewish Public in Germany to the Nuremberg Laws”
  • Daniel Carpi, “The Diplomatic Negotiations over the Transfer of Jewish Children from Croatia to Turkey and Palestine in 1943”
  • Randolph L. Braham, “The Treatment of Hungarian Jews in German-Occupied Europe”
  • Livia Rothkirchen, “Deep-Rooted yet Alien: Some Aspects of the History of the Jews in Subcarpathian Ruthenia”
  • Emanuel Melzer, “Relations between Poland and Germany and Their Impact on the Jewish Problem in Poland 1935-1938”
  • Yisrael Gutman, “Jews in General Anders’ Army in the Soviet Union”
  • Shmuel Krakowski, “The Fate of Jewish Prisoners of War in the September 1939 Campaign”
  • Aharon Weiss, “Jewish Leadership in Occupied Poland - Postures and Attitudes - The Third International Historical Conference, Yad Vashem Publications 1975-1977”

 

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Table of Contents: 

  • Meir Michaelis, “The “Duce” And the Jews. An Assessment of the Literature on Italian Jewry under Fascism 1922-1945”
  • Uwe D. Adam, “An Overall Plan for Anti-Jewish Legislation in the Third Reich?”
  • Livia Rothkirchen, “The Zionist Character of the “Self-Government” of Terezin:  A Study in Historiography”
  • John S. Conway, “The Last Letters of the Brandt-Meyer Family from Berlin”
  • Arye Carmon, “The Impact of the Nazi Racial Decrees on the University of Heidelberg:  A Case Study”
  • Haim Genizi, “American Non-Sectarian Refugee Relief Organizations 1933-1945”
  • Ben-Zion Pinchuk, “Soviet Media on the Fate of Jews in Nazi-Occupied Territory 1939-1941” 
  • Yitzhak Arad, “ The “Final Solution” in Lithuania in the Light of German Documentation” 
  • Dov Levin, “Estonian Jews in the U.S.S.R. 1941-1945: Research Based on Survivors’ Testimony”
  • Erich Kulka, “The Plight of Jewish Refugees from Czechoslovakia in the U.S.S.R.:  Research Based on Survivors’ Testimony”
  • Yisrael Gutman, “The War Against the Jews 1933-1945 - on Lucy Dawidowicz’s Book”
  • Yitzhak S. Herz, “Kristallnacht at the Dinslaken Orphanage, Reminiscences: The Third International Historical Conference”

 

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In Memoriam:  Benzion Dinur (1884-1973). 


Table of Contents: 

  • Joseph Michman, “The Controversial Stand of the Joodse Raad in Holland - Lodewijk E. Visser’s Struggle 
  • Randolph L. Braham, “The Role of the Jewish Council in Hungary:  A Tentative Assessment 
  • Bela Vago, “The Intelligence Aspects of the Joel Brand Mission 
  • Abraham Margaliot, “The Dispute over the Leadership of German Jewry 1933-1938 
  • Martin and Eva Kolinsky, “The Treatment of the Holocaust in West German Textbooks”
  • Erika Weinzierl, “The Pathogenesis of the Anti-Semitism of Sebastian Brunner 1814-1893 
  • Leni Yahil, “Select British Documents on the Illegal Immigration to Palestine 1939-1940)
  • Verena Wahlen, “Select Bibliography on Judenräte in Nazi-Occupied Europe”
  • Efraim Zuroff, “Conferences and Symposia on the Holocaust 1973-1974”
  • Cumulative Index of Articles in Yad Vashem Studies, Vols. I-X 1957-1974

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Table of Contents: 

  • Joseph Kermish, “The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in the Light of a hitherto Unpublished Official German Report”
  • Yisrael Gutman, “The Genesis of the Resistance in the Warsaw Ghetto”
  • Shlomo Shafir, “American Diplomats in Berlin 1933-1939 and their Attitude to the Nazi Persecution of the Jews”
  • Shlomo Z. Katz, “Public Opinion in Western Europe and the Evian Conference of July 1938”
  • Randolph L. Braham, “The Kamenets-Podolsk and Delvidek Massacres:  Prelude to the Holocaust in Hungary”
  • Livia Rothkirchen, “The Czechoslovak Government-in Exile:  Jewish and Palestinian Aspects in the Light of the Documents”
  • Yizhak Arad, “Concentration of Refugees in Vilna on the Eve of the Holocaust”
  • Yehuda Bauer, “Rescue Operations through Vilna”
  • Shmuel Krakowski, “Policy of the Third Reich in Conquered Poland”
  • Benjamin Eliav, “The Holocaust in the “Encyclopaedia Judaica” 
  • Abraham Wein, “Memorial Books” as a Source for Research into the History of Jewish Communities in Europe 
  • David Bass, “Bibliographical List of Memorial Books Published in the Years 1943-1972”
  • Researches and Reference-Books Published in Israel in 1972
  • Researches and Projects at the Institute of Contemporary Jewry of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • Researches and Projects in the Field of Holocaust Study at the University of Tel-Aviv
  • Researches and Projects in the Field of Holocaust Study at Bar-Ilan University
  • Researches and Projects at Yad Vashem

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Table of Contents: 

  • Livia Rothkirchen, “The “Final Solution” in its Last Stages” 
  • Haim Avni, “Spanish Nationals in Greece and their Fate during the Holocaust”
  • Rescue Efforts with the Assistance of International Organizations, Documents from the Archives of Dr. A. Silberschein (L.R.)
  • Bela Vago, “Budapest Jewry in the Summer of 1944 - Otto Komoly’s Diaries”
  • Katherine Szenes, “On the Threshold of Liberation – Reminiscences”
  • Yehuda Bauer, “The Initial Organization of the Holocaust Survivors in Bavaria”
  • Joseph Walk, “The Diary of Günther Marcuse - the Last Days of the Gross-Breesen Training Centre” 
  • Gerd  Korman, “Silence in the American Textbooks”
  • Abraham Wein, “The Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw”
  • ”Conferences and Symposia on the Second World War 1968-1970” (included Renée Wathier:  Conference on “The War in the Mediterranean”)

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Table of Contents: 

  • Henri Michel, “Jewish Resistance and the European Resistance Movement”
  • Jacob Robinson, “Eulogy on Shaul Esh”
  • Shaul Esh, “The Establishment of the “Reichsvereinigung der Juden in Deutschland” and its Main Activities 
  • Louis de Jong, “The Netherlands and Auschwitz”
  • Leni Yahil, “The Holocaust in Jewish Historiography”
  • Irving Halperin, “Spiritual Resistance in Holocaust Literature”
  • Nissan Oren, “The Bulgarian Exception - a Reassessment of the Salvation of the Jewish Community”
  • Shlomo Schmiedt, “Hehalutz in Theresienstadt - Its Influence and Educational Activities”
  • Livia Rothkirchen, “Hungary - an Asylum for the Refugees of Europe”
  • Isaiah Trunk, “The Organizational Structure of the Jewish Councils in Eastern Europe”
  • Nachman Blumental, “A Martyr or a Hero?  Reflections on the Diary of Adam Czerniaków”
  • Joseph Kermish, “Emmanuel Ringelblum’s Notes hitherto Unpublished”
  • V.V. Stanciu, “Reflections on the Congress for the Prevention of Genocide”
  • The YIVO Colloquium on the Judenräte during the Nazi Period
  • Shmuel Spector, “The Convention on the Problems of Jewish Resistance during the Period of the Holocaust”
  • Jacob Robinson, “Concluding Remarks”
  • Kurt Jacob Ball-Kaduri, “Testimonies and Recollections about Activities Organized by German Jewry during the Years 1933-1945: Catalogue of  Manuscripts in the Yad Vashem Archives”

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Table of Contents

  • Aryeh L. Kubovy , “The Silence of Pope Pius XII and the Beginning of the “Jewish Document” 
  •  Livia Rothkirchen, “Vatican Policy and the “Jewish Problem” in “Independent” Slovakia 1939-1945”
  •  Aryeh Tartakower, “Adam Czerniaków - the Man and his Supreme Sacrifice”
  • Nachman Blumental, “From the Nazi Vocabulary”
  • Shaul Esh, “Designs for Anti-Jewish Policy in Germany up to the Nazi Rule”
  • Kurt Jacob Ball-Kaduri, “Leo Baeck and Contemporary History”
  • Ernst Simon. “Comments on the Article on the Late Rabbi Baeck”
  • Dora Litani, “The Destruction of the Jews of Odessa in the Light of Rumanian Documents”
  • Belo Vago , “Political and Diplomatic Activities for the Rescue of the Jews of Northern Transylvania” 
  • Alexandre Safran, “The Rulers of Fascist Rumania Whom I had to Deal With”
  • Leni Yahil, “Scandinavian Countries to the Rescue of Concentration Camp Prisoners”
  • Joseph Ariel, “Jewish Self-Defense and Resistance in France during World War II”
  • Levi Eligulashvili, “How the Jews of Gruziya in Occupied France were Saved”
  • Asaf Atchildi, “Rescue of Jews of Bukharan, Iranian and Afghan Origin in Occupied France 1940-1944: Testimony of Herman Graebe, given in Israel, Extract from the Diary of Abraham Levin”
  • William Glicksman, “Daily Record Sheet of the Jewish Police (District I) in the Czestochowa Ghetto 1941-1942”
  • Henriette Boas, “The Persecution and Destruction of Dutch Jewry 1940-1945, on J. Presser’s Book”
  • Meir Teich, “New Editions and Old Mistakes: Some Remarks on the Last German Edition of G. Reitlinger’s The Final Solution”
  • Nathan Eck, “Historical Research or Slander? on R. Hilberg’s Book”

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Table of Contents: 

  • Shmuel Hugo Bergman, “ Can Transgression Have an Agent?  On the Moral-Judicial Problem of the Eichmann Trial”
  • Nathan Rotenstreich, “The Individual and Personal Responsibility”
  • G.M. Gilbert, “The Mentality of the SS Murderous Robots”
  • Robert M.W. Kempner, “Cross-Examining War Criminals”
  • Jenö Lévai, “The Hungarian Deportations in the Light of the Eichmann Trial”
  • Joseph Kermish, “The Land of Israel in the Life of the Ghetto as Reflected in the Illegal Warsaw Ghetto Press”
  • Shaul Esh, “Words and Their Meaning:  25 Examples of Nazi Ideas”
  • Andrew Sharf, The British Press and the Holocaust”
  • Marc Dvorjetski, “Adjustment of Detainees to Camp and Ghetto Life and Their Subsequent Re-Adjustment to Normal Society 
  • Nachman Blumenthal, “Magical Thinking among the Jews during the Nazi Occupation”
  • Marion Mushkat, “The Concept “Crime against the Jewish People” in the Light of International Law: From S. Szajnkinder’s Diary”
  • Kurt Jacob Ball-Kaduri, “Berlin is Purged of its Jews:  the Jews in Berlin in the Year 1943”
  • Henri Michel, “The Allies and the Resistance”
  • Nathan Eck, “Were Hitler’s Political Actions Planned or Improvised?”
  • G. Kressel, “A Path Through a Sea of Tears”
  • Isaac Orren, “The Nuremberg Trial”
  • Theodore Lavi, “The Vatican’s Endeavors on Behalf of Rumanian Jewry during the Second World War”
  • Jeremiah O. Neumann, “The Destruction of Slovakian Jewry”
  • Benjamin West, “Letter to the Editor”

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Table of Contents: 

  • Meir Michaelis, “On the Jewish Question in Fascist Italy - the Attitude of the Fascist Regime to the Jews in Italy”
  • Daniel Carpi, “The Catholic Church and Italian Jewry under the Fascists: to the Death of Pius XI”
  • Nachman Blumenthal, “Action”
  • Jewish Literature in the Soviet Union During the Holocaust Period to 1948
  • Chone Szmeruk, “Yiddish Publications in the U.S.S.R. (from the Late Thirties to 1948) 
  • Avraham Ben-Yoseph, “Bibliography of Yiddish Publications in the U.S.S.R. During 1941-1948” 
  • Zvi Bar-On, “The Jews in the Soviet Partisan Movement”
  • Aaron Zwergbaum, “Exile in Mauritius”
  • Theodore Lavi Loewenstein, “Documents on the Struggle of Rumanian Jewry for its Rights during the Second World War: Part One”
  • Kurt Jacob Ball-Kaduri, “estimonies and Recollections about Activities Organized by German Jewry during the Years 1933-1945: Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Yad Vashem Archives”

Edited by Shaul Esh

 

Table of Contents: 

  • Alex Bein, “Modern Anti-Semitism and its Effect on the Jewish Question”
  • John H.E. Fried, “The Promotion of Anti-Semitism Through the Abuse of Democratic and Socialist Concepts” 
  • Philip Friedman, “ Problems of Research on the Jewish Catastrophe”
  • Bernard  Mark, “Problems Related to the Study of the Jewish Resistance Movement in the Second World War”
  • Tatiana Berenstein, “Documents in the Archives of Poland”
  • Kurt Jacob Ball-Kaduri, “Evidence of Witnesses:  its Value and Limitations”
  • Zvi Bar-On and Dov Levin, “Problems Relating to a Questionnaire on the Holocaust”
  • Meir Korzen, “Problems Arising out of Research into the History of the Jewish Refugees in the U.S.S.R. during the Second World War” 
  • Joseph Tenenbaum, “The Anti-Nazi Boycott Movement in the United States”
  • Solomon Colodner, “Jewish Education under National Socialism 
  • Zosa Szajkowski, “The French Central Jewish Consistory During the Second World War”
  • Aleksandar Matkovski, “The Destruction of Macedonian Jewry in 1943”
  • Kurt Jacob Ball-Kaduri, “The Central Jewish Organizations in Berlin during the Pogrom of November 1939”
  • Mordechai Lenski, “Problems of Disease in the Warsaw Ghetto”
  • Nadejda S. Vasilieva, “On the Catastrophe of the Thracian Jews, Recollection”
  • Testimony of a German Army Officer, “The Extermination of Two Ukrainian Jewish Communities”

Edited by Shaul Esh

 

Table of Contents:

  • Azriel Shohat, “he Beginning of Anti-Semitism in Independent Lithuania”
  • Joseph Tenenbaum, “The Crucial Year 1938”
  • Shaul Esh, “Between Discrimination and Extermination”
  • Philip Friedman, “Preliminary and Methodological Problems of the Research on the Jewish Catastrophe in the Nazi Period”
  • Zosa Szajkowski, “Glimpses on the History of Jews in Occupied France”
  • Kurt Jacob Ball-Kaduri, “The National Representation of Jews in Germany - Obstacles and Accomplishments at its Establishment”
  • Ernst Marcus, “The German Foreign Office and the Palestine Question in the Period 1933-1939”
  • Artur Prinz, “The Role of the Gestapo in Obstructing and Promoting Jewish Emigration”
  • Meir Teich, “The Jewish Self-Administration in Ghetto Shargorod – Trasnistria”
  • Nathan Eck, “The March of Death from Serbia to Hungary (September, 1944) and the Slaughter  of Cservenka”
  • Bronia Klibanski, “The Underground Archives of the Bialystok Ghetto - Founded by Mersik and Tenenbaum”

Edited by Benzion Dinur and Shaul Esh

 

Table of Contents:

  • Benzion Dinur, “Problems Confronting Yad Vashem in its Work of Research” 
  • Baruch Ophir,  “Bibliographical Problems of the Pinkas Hakehillot” 
  • Nachman Blumenthal, “On the Nazi Vocabulary” 
  • Nathan Feinberg, “The Activities of Central Jewish Organizations following Hitler’s Rise to Power” 
  • Joseph Kermish, “On the Underground Press in the Warsaw Ghetto” 
  • Nathan Eck, “The Rescue of Jews with the Aid of Passports and Citizenship Papers of Latin American States” 
  • Moshe Kahanowitz, “Why No Separate Jewish Partisan Movement was Established during World War II” 
  • Joseph  Kermish, et al., “Yad Vashem Research Department”