The Jews Were Expendable: Free World Diplomacy and the Holocaust

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Wayne State University Press, 1987 - History - 429 pages
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"Graphically demonstrates how disbelief, indifference, antisemitism, and, above all, the political expediency of the West doomed a powerless European Jewry to Hitler's 'Final Solution' ... Charts the free world's tragic failure to respond decisively to the Holocaust."--Back cover.
  

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Contents

The Struggle for an Allied Jewish Fighting Force
3
The Patria and the Atlantic
30
The Final Solution Unveiled
59
The Bermuda Conference and Its Aftermath
98
The Creation of the U S War Refugee Board
122
Rescue from the Balkans
148
AuschwitzBirkenau and the Martyrdom of Hungarian Jewry
183
The World Jewish Congress
223
The Sternbuchs Storch and the Reichsfuhrer SS
247
Epilogue Believe the Unbelievable
289
Notes
303
Bibliography
382
Index
404
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