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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51 . Datner , “ Destruction of Warsaw , " 121 . 52 . Krannhals , Warschauer
Aufstand , 124 . 53 . Interrogation of Bach - Zelewski , IMT / NA . 54 . Krannhals ,
Warschauer Aufstand , 119 ; Kirchmayer , Powstanie Warszawskie , 165 .
Interrogation of Bach - Zelewski , IMT / NA ; Kirchmayer , Powstanie Warszawskie
, 284ff . 86 . Ibid . 87 . Bór , Secret Army , 279 - 80 ; Pomian , Warsaw Rising , 12 ,
19 , 29 ; BórKomorowski , “ The Unconquerables , ” 148 . 88 . General Sikorski ...
Ibid . , 198 - 200 ; Kliszko , Powstanie Warszawskie , 77 , 302 - 14 ; Sawicki ,
Przed Polskim Prokuratorem , 63 - 64 . 123 . Bór , Secret Army , 362 - 63 ; Pomian
, Warsaw Rising , 35 . 124 . Interrogation of Bach - Zelewski , IMT / NA ; AOK 9 /
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