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Hitler, the Allies, and the Jews

Hitler, the Allies, and the Jews - Shlomo Aronson - Régikönyvek
Hitler, the Allies, and the Jews - Régikönyvek Hitler, the Allies, and the Jews - Régikönyvek Hitler, the Allies, and the Jews - Régikönyvek
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This book offers an analysis of the Holocaust as a multiple trap, its origins, and its final stages, in which rescue seemed to be possible. With the Holocaust developing like a sort of a doomsday machine set in motion from all sides, the Jews found themselves between the hammer and various anvils, each of which worked according to the logic created by the Nazis that dictated the behavior of other parties and the relations between them before and during the Holocaust. The interplay between the various parties contributed to the victims' doom first by preventing help and later preventing rescue. These help and rescue efforts proved mainly self defeating, and various legacies about them emerged during the Holocaust and are heatedly debated even today. Their real nature is uncovered here on the basis of newly opened archives worldwide.

Kiadó:
Cambridge University Press
Kiadás éve:
2006
Kiadás helye:
New York
ISBN:
9780521689793
Kötés típusa:
ragasztott papír
Terjedelem:
382
Nyelv:
angol
Méret:
Szélesség: 15.00cm, Magasság: 23.00cm
Kategória:
Preface page xi
Acknowledgments xv
List of Abbreviations xix
PART I: THE MAKING OF THE MULTIPLE TRAP
The Phases 1933-1939: The Initial and the Double
Trap 3
2. Western Responses 10
3 A Flashback on the Palestine Question t7
4 1939 to "Barbarossa" — The Foundation of the Multiple
Trap 22
5 The "Final Solution" Decision and Its Initial Implementation 36
6 The "Final Solution" ín Some Detail and Móre on Its
Justífication 44
7 The Zionists' Dilemmas 5o
8 Dimensions of the Allied Response to Hitler's "Jewish
Politics" and the Deepening of the Trap 54
9 The War Priorities of the Western Allies and Rules
of Economic Warfare Related to the Holocaust, 1941-1944
PART II: THE RESCUE DEBATE, THE MACRO PICTURE, AND THE
INTELLIGENCE SERVICES
10 Missed Opportunities? 75
ti The Intelligence Services and Rescue Options 79
12. The Jewish "Refugee Traffic": The Road to Biltmore
and Its Ramifications 102.


13 American Wartime Realities, 1942.-1943 115 36 The "End" of the Final Solution — Budapest 312.
Bermuda, Breckinridge Long, G-2., Biddle, Taylor and Epilogue: Self-Traps: The OSS and Kasztner at Nuremberg 32.2.
Rayburn, and Palestine Again 12.5 Notes on Sources 335
15 Roosevelt, Stimson, and the Palestine Question:
British Inputs 140 Selected Bibliography 342.
Index 361
r6 The Views of Harold Glidden and/or British Intelligence,
Consul General Pinkerton, and Rabbi Nelson Glueck 147

17 Various Methods of Rescue 153

PART III: THE SELF-DEFEATING MECHANISM OF
THE RESCUE EFFORTS

18 Istanbul, Geneva, and Jerusalem 159

19 How the Holocaust in Slovakia Was Suspended:
The "Europa Plan" 170

zo The Significance of the British Decrypts 181

z1 The "Small Season": Begin's Rebellion 185

22 The Origins of the Budapest "Rescue Committee" 188

2.3 The War Refugee Board and the Extension of the Trap:
The "Dogwood" Chain 197

z4 The Double Hungarian Debacle 2.14

PART IV: THE BRAND-GROSZ MISSIONS WITHIN THE LARGER
PICTURE OF THE WAR AND THEIR RAMIFICATIONS

25 The Zionist Initiatives 2.2.7

z6 Rescue, Allied Intelligence, and the SS 232.

2.7 Hungarian Rescue Deals in the Eyes of the Allies 2.37

z8 How the Missions Were Bora 2.41

2.9 The Demise of a Rescue Mission , 2.48

3o Open and Secret War Schemes and Realities 2.62

31 The WRB's Own Reports: OWI's Reservations 2.71

PART V: THE END OF THE FINAL SOLUTION: BACK TO
HOSTAGE-TAKING TACTICS

32 The Train 2.81

33 The Bombing Controversy — Speer and Zuckerman 2.90

34 The "Great Season" 2.98

Becher, Mayer, and the Death Marches Boa


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