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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Krakowski ' s War of the Doomed , one of the most recent Jewish studies on the
Jewish experience during the war , reflects this ambiguity . See Chapter 5 below .
72 . Sprawozdanie Celta , 1944 , in Kol . 25 / 9 , GSHI . 73 . Komisja Historyczna ...
19 . See Chapter 3 above . 20 . Sprawozdanie Emisariusza Antoniego , Załącznik
21 , in PRM 46A / 15 ; Dwa Lata Okupacji Niemieckiej w Polsce ( 1941 ) , in PRM
45C / 23 , GSHI . 21 . Delegat Rządu , Uwagi Ogólne , 10 May 1942 , in A48 .
Sprawozdanie , Berman do Bundu w Londynie , November 15 , 1943 , in
Delegatura Rzadu RP , 202 / XV - 2 , pp . 99ff , AAN . One of the Jews who
escaped from Auschwitz with Zegota ' s help was Szymon Zajdow . Seweryn , “
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