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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14 though my father was assimilated , all the executives in his factory and ninety percent of his workers were Jewish . I remember once my mother , who was something of an intellectual , challenging him about this , telling him that he ...
These people either feared becoming actively involved in aiding Jews because of the risk of the death penalty the Germans automatically imposed on Poles who helped Jews — Poland was the only occupied country where this was done — or ...
appointed minister of the treasury by Mikołajczyk , was attacked by some Jewish newspapers because he was an assimilationist.66 ... 67 This only encouraged such groups as the Representation of Polish Jews in Tel Aviv , whose intemperate ...
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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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