Yad Vashem Studies

Volume 39:1

By Editor: David Silberklang

Format: Softcover

Pages: 324

ISBN: ISSN:0084-3296


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Table of Contents: Introduction; Maxime Steinberg — Brussels, 1936−2010 (Insa Meinen); Nazi Persecution and Strategies for Survival: Jewish Businesses in Berlin, Frankfurt am Main, and Breslau, 1933–1942 (Christoph Kreutzmüller, Ingo Loose, Benno Nietzel); “It is high time that the emigration problem will be solved finally”: Leon Schönker and his Plan for Jewish Emigration from the Katowice District (Artur Szyndler); Collaborator or Would-Be Rescuer?: The Barenblat Trial and the Image of a Judenrat Member in 1960s Israel (Avihu Ronen, Hadas Agmon, Asaf Danziger); The Commemoration before the Commemoration: Yad Vashem and the Righteous Among the Nations, 1945–1963 (Kobi Kabalek); The “Bystanders’ Perspective”: The Toronto Daily Star and Its Coverage of the Persecution of the Jews and the Holocaust in Canada, 1933–1945 (Ulrich Frisse); The Alaska Plan: Jewish Initiatives to Rescue Refugees from Nazi Germany (Hava Eshkoli Wagman); REVIEWS: The Shoah in Belgium: Insa Meinen, Die Shoah in Belgien (Pim Griffioen); The German Foreign Office – Myth and Reality: Eckart Conze, Norbert Frei, Peter Hayes, and Moshe Zimmermann, Das Amt und die Vergangenheit: Deutsche Diplomaten im Dritten Reich und in der Bundesrepublik (Christopher R. Browning); Jewish Lives (and Deaths) during the Warsaw Uprising: Barbara Engelking and Dariusz Libionka, Żydzi w powstańczej Warszawie (Jan T. Gross); Lemkin, Genocide, Holocaust: Agnieszka Bieńczyk-Missala and Sławomir Dębski, eds., Rafał Lemkin: A Hero of Humankind (Yehuda Bauer)