The Forgotten Holocaust: The Poles Under German Occupation, 1939-1944
"There is no doubt that from the very beginning of their occupation the Nazis were intent on destroying Poland as a nation, and in his absorbing account of wartime Poland, Richard Lucas outlines the variety of means that they employed for the purpose." --The New York Review of Books "A superior work." --Library Journal "An eloquent, gripping account." --Publisher's Weekly "Lukas tells the story with an outrage properly contained within the framework of a scholarly narrative." --Washington Post
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had occurred elsewhere -- still believed it " unthinkable " that the Nazis would attempt to liquidate their ghetto , the largest in Poland . Bundists talked about maintaining a " psychological self - defense " and waiting for the Allied ...
The only thing which could have been achieved by the possession of more and particularly of heavy arms would have been the inflicting of greater losses upon the German forces in the ghetto . " 95 It would have been unreasonable to have ...
103 Prior to and during the Ghetto Uprising , there was understandable fear in AK circles concerning the extent of Communist influence in the Jewish resistance movement . As one AK spokesman allegedly told Cukierman : “ We believe that ...
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Though many nations were forced to endure Nazi tyranny during World War II, nowhere was its fury more devastating than in Poland. Poland suffered more than six million casualities and witnessed the ... Read full review
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