The Forgotten Holocaust: The Poles Under German Occupation, 1939-1944
The revised edition includes a short history of ZEGOTA, the underground government organisation working to save the Jews, and an annotated listing of many Poles executed by the Germans for trying to shelter and save Jews.
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March 12 , 1944 , in ibid . , pp . 143 , 204 . 71 . Lukas , Forgotten Holocaust , p .
149 . 72 . Ibid . 73 . Zuckerman , Surplus of Memory , p . 448 . 74 . Protokol z
Przyjecia Przedstawicieli Rady P . Z . , ( signed Wencki ) , October 28 , 1943 , in ...
CHYBOWSKA , Julia , 54 , Franciszek ' s wife , shot on 5 March 1943 for
sheltering Jewish people . 74 . CIESIELSKI , Jozef , 19 , farmer , living in Boisko
near Lipsko , Radom prov . , shot on 7 November 1943 in a group of 3 persons
for help ...
ROKICKI , Stanislaw , living in forester ' s lodge Czarna near Minsk Mazowiecki ,
Siedlce prov . , shot on 13 March 1943 together with 5 sheltered Jews : Teresa
Powazek and her husband , Helena Szpindler and her mother and Abram
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