Studies on the Holocaust in Hungary.
by Braham, Randolph L., editor.
Social Science Monographs and The Csengeri Institute for Holocaust Studies of the Graduate School and University Center of the C
Octavo in dust jacket, viii, 267 pp.
Articles are "'Saving People Was Our Main Task...' an Interview with Reverend Jozsef Elias," Sandor Szenes, "Christian Support for Jews During the Holocaust in Hungary," Uri Asaf, "The Deportation of Jews from Csikszereda and Margit Slachta's Intervention on Their Behalf," Tamas Majsai, "Destruction of Slovakian Jews as Reflected in Hungarian Police Reports," Maria Schmidt, "The Forced Labor of Hungarian Jews at the Fortification of the Western Border Regions of Hungary, 1944-45," Szabolcs Szita, "The Hessisch Lichtenau Sub-Camp of the Buchenwald Concentration Camp, 1944-45," Dieter Vaupel, "The Second and Third Generation Holocaust Survivors and Their Descendants," Julia Szilagyi, Istvan Cserne, Katalin Peto, and Gyorgy Szoke, "The Losses of Hungarian Jewry. A Contribution to the Statistical Overview," Laszlo Varga.
Language: English Language
Edition: First Edition
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 14653