Archive/File: bibliographies/biblio.02 Last-Modified: 2010/04/16 Sabrin, B.F. et al. Alliance for Murder: The Nazi-Ukrainian Nationalist Partnership in Genocide. New York: Sarpedon, 1991 Sacher, Howard Morley. The Course of Modern Jewish History. New York: Dell, 1958 Sachs, Nelly. "O The Chimneys, Selected Poems" New York: Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1967 Saint-Claire, Simone. Ravensbruck, l'enfer des femmes. Paris: Tallandier, 1946 Salomea. YVA, 0-62/27, testimony of Hanel Salomea Salus, Grete. Eine Frau erzahlt. Bonn: Bundeszentrale fuer Heimatdienst, 1958 Salvesen, Sylvia. Forgive But Do Not Forget. London: Hutchinson, 1958 Schafranov, Sofia. I Campi della morte in Germania. Milan: Sonzogno 1945 Schechtman, Joseph B. "The Transnistia Reservation" YIVO Annual of Jewish Social Science 8 (1953) Schepanisky, Israel. "Luach Hashoa shel Yahadut Polin" (The holocaust Calendar of Polish Jewry), New York, 1974 Schleunes, Karl L. The Twisted Road to Auschwitz. London: Andre Deutsch, 1972. Illinois: Illinois University Press, 1970. Schoebrun, David. "Soldiers of the Night: The French Resistance" New York: Dutton, 1980 Schorsch, Ismar. "German Anti-Semitism in the Light of Postwar Historiography" Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook, XIX (1974) Schwarz, Leo. "The Redeemers" New York: Farrar Straus and Young, 1953 Schwarz-Bart, Andre. "The Last of the Just" New York: Atheneum, 1960 Schwarzbart Collection. YVA, M-2/196 Sefer Lida (The Lida Book), Tel Aviv, 1970 Sefer Milchamot Ha-Getaot (The Ghetto War Book), Yitshak Zukerman and Moshe Basok, eds., Tel Aviv Selzer, Michael. Deliverance Day, The Last Hours of Dachau. Philadephia-New York: J.B. Lippincott, 1978 Senesh, Hannah. Hannah Senesh, Her Life and Diary. New York: Schocken Books, 1972 Serini, Gitta. Into the Darkness, London, 1974 (Also listed in many citations as "Sereny, Gitta" and "Into That Darkness: From Mercy Killing to Mass Murder" New York: McGraw Hill, 1974...this is probably a difference in translation. knm) The author was the last writer to interview Franz Stangl, one of Sobibor's Kommandants, and contains rich detail regarding him. Also Gustav Wagner and Hermann Michel, the euthanasia program and Nazi Vatican escape route. Sherman, A.J. Island Refuge: Britain and Refugees from the Third Reich, 1933-39. London: Elek, 1973. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1973. Shirer, William M. "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" New York: Simon & Schuster, 1960 Schirman, Israel. "La Politique Allemande a l'Egard des Juifs en Belgique, 1940-1944" Ph.D. dissertation, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, 1970-71 Schleunes, Karl A. "The Twisted Road to Auschwitz: Nazi Policy toward German Jews, 1933-1939" Urbana, Ill: University of Illinois Press, 1970 Shepherd, Naomi. "Wilfrid Israel: German Jewry's Secret Ambassador," London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1984 Shneidman. YVA, 03/1560, testimony of Wolf Shneidman Shperling, Heniek. `Fun Letzten Churbn' ("From Last Destruction"), No. 6, Munich, 1947 Shuval, Judith T. "Some Persistent Effects of Trauma: Five Years After the Nazi Concentration Camps" `Social Problems V, no. 4 (Winter '57-'58) Sijes, B.A. "The Position of the Hews during the German Occupation of the Netherlands: Some Observations," Acta Historiae Neelandicae 9 (1976) Simon, Walter B. "The Jewish Vote in Austria" Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook XV (1971) Sington, Derrick. "Belsen Uncovered" London: Duckworth, 1946 Smith, Bradley F. "Reaching Judgement at Nuremberg" New York: Basic Books, 1981 Smolen, Kazimierz, ed. Reminiscences of Former Auschwitz Prisoners. Osviecim, Poland: Panstwowe Muzeum, 1963 Sobibor-Bolender. YVA, TR-10/1069, the Sobibor-Bolender trial, Dusseldorf Sosnowski, Kiryl. The Tragedy of Children Under Nazi Rule. Poznan-Warsaw: Zachodnia agencija prasowa, 1962 Speer, Albert. "Inside the Third Reich" New York: Macmillan and Company, 1970 Stein, George H. The Waffen SS, Hitler's Elite Guard of War, 1939-1945. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1966 Steinberg, Lucien. "Le Comite de Defense des Juifs en Belgique, 1942-1944" Brussels: Editions de l'Universite de Bruxelles, 1973 -----------------. "Not as a Lamb: The Jews Against Hitler" Trans. Marion Hunter. Farnsborough, England: Saxon House, 1974 Steiner, Jean-Francois. Treblinka. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1967 Stern, Samu [Samuel]. "A Race with Time: A Statement" Hungarian-Jewish Studies III (1973) Stokes, Lawrence. The German People and the Destruction of the European Jews. Central European History 6 (1973) Stoltzfus, Nathan. "Dissent in Nazi Germany," The Atlantic Monthly, Sept, 1992, pgs 87-94. It makes it clear that regular folks in Nazi Germany could get the government to do what they wanted through peaceful protest, and sheds a lot of doubt on the idea that the people were helpless pawns led by a few bloodthirsty lunatics. If we ever see a real revisionist again (not that Mu:ller nut,) it should put quite a crimp in their style. Stone Collection. YVA, S-3688/127 Strawczinski. YVA, 0-3/3131, testimony of Oscan Strawczinski Streibel. YVA, TR-10/1102, the trial of Streibel Strom, Axel, et al. "Examination of Norwegian Ex-Concentration Camp Prisoners" Journal of Neuropsychiatry XXV (Sept-Oct 1962) Sukno, Bronka. Testimony to the Israel Police, file PL/01121 Suhl, Yuri (ed.). "They Fought Back" New York: Crown, 1975 `Survived Majdanek.' Przezyli Majdanek, testimonies of survivors of Majdanek, published by the Museum of Majdanek, Lublin, 1980 Syrkin, Marie. "Blessed is the Match" Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1947 -------------. "The State of the Jews" Washington, D.C.: New Republic Books, 1980 Szajkowski, Xosa. "Analytical Franco-Jewish Gazetteer, 1939-1945" New York: Frydmann, 1966 Szmajzner, Stanislaw. Hell in Sobibor: A Tragedy of a Young Jew. Rio de Janero: Edicoes Block, 1968. (Portugese). Rashke comments: The most thorough account of the history and the development of Sobibor by a survivor who was there from the beginning to the uprising. Taffet, Gerszon. Zaglada Zydow Zolkiewskich, Lodz, 1946 Talmon, J.L. "European History: Seedbed of the Holocaust," Midstream, May 1973 Tamir, Vicki. Bulgaria and Her Jews: The History of a Dubious Symbiosis. New Haven, Conn. 1979 Taubes, Israel. "The Jewish Council of Amsterdam" Yad Vashem Bulletin XVII (December 1965) Tec, Nechama. When Light Pierced the Darkness: Christian Rescue of Jews in Nazi Occupied Poland. New York, 1986. Ten Boom, Corrie. The Hiding Place. New York: Chosen Books, 1974 ----------------. Prison Letters. New York: Bantam, 1978 Tenenbaum, Joseph. "In Search of a Lost People" New York: Beechhurst Press, 1948 -----------------. "Race and Reich" New York: Twayne Publishers, 1956 Tiagman. YVA, 0-3/1586, testimony of Kalman Taigman Tijn, Gertrude Van. "Contributions to the History of the Jews in the Netherlands from May 10, 1940 to June 1944" Mimeographed report. Joint Distribution Committee, Jerusalem, 1945 Tillard, P. "Mauthausen" Paris: Editiones Sociales, 1945 Tillion, Germaine. Ravensbruck. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1975 -----------------. Ravensbruck temoignages. Neuchatel, Switzerland: Edition de la Braconniere, 1946 Tomin, Valentin and Sinelnikov, A. Return Undesirable: A Documentary Story. Moscow: Molodaya Guardia, 1964 (Russian). Rashke's comment: The book is totally unreliable; it is a nonfiction novel. It is impossible to tell from the book what is fact and what is fiction. Many of the details in the book dealing with the revolt and escape [at Sobibor] have been refuted by Szmajzner, Blatt, and Pechersky as pure fiction. Unfortunately, the book has been used uncritically as a source by other authors. Tomin-Sinelnikov. Valentin Tomin and A. Sinelnikov, Vozvrashchenie nezhelatelno, Moscow, 1964 Trager. YVA, 3688/127, testimony of Israel Trager "Transcripts of Trials of War Criminals before the Nuremberg Military Tribunal." (Columbia University International Law Library) Treblinka-Franz. YVA, TR-1C/1074, the first Treblinka trial, the Kurt Franz trial, Dusseldorf. (See also YVA, TR-10/833) Treblinka-Stangl. YVA, TR-10/1074, the second Treblinka trial, the Franz Stangl trial Trevor-Roper, Hugh R. "The Last Days of Hitler" New York: Macmillan Co. 1947 Trial of Adolph Eichmann. "Minutes of the Trial: Official Translation into English" (unrevised). Jerusalem, 1961. (recorded on microfilm and mimeographed) Trials of War Criminals before the Nuremberg Military Tribunals. Washington, D.C.: US Gov't Printing Office, 1951-1952 Trunk, Isaiah. Jewish Responses to Nazi Persecution: Collective and Individual Behavor in Extremis. New York, 1982 -------------. "Judenrat: The Jewish Councils in Eastern Europe Under Nazi Occupation" New York: Macmillan Co., 1972. Also listed as: -------------. "Judenrat: The Jewish Councils in Eastern Europe Under the Nazis" New York: Macmillan Co., 1977. -------------. Note: Why Was There No Armed Resistance against the Nazis in the Lodz Ghetto? Jewish Social Studies 43 (1981) Tshenstochow. Encyclopaedia of the Jewish Diaspora, The Tshenstochow Book B, Jerusalem, 1967. See Aron Gelberd, "19 Teg in Treblinke" therein Turowski. YVA, 2941/64-T, testimony of Eugeny Turowski Tushnett, Leonard. "The Pavement of Hell" New York: St. Martin's Press, 1972 U.S. Military Tribunal. "Documents: Staff Evidence Analysis" Unnumbered volumes of mimeographed evidence (Found in Columbia University International Law Library and other document respositories by Dr. Helen Fein.) U.S. Office of Strategic Serivces. Research and Analysis Branch. Concentration Camps in Germany. Washington, DC: 1944 Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Spiritual Resistance: Art of the Concentration Camps, 1940-1945. New York: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1981 United Nations War Crimes Commission. Law Reports on Trials of War Criminals. 15 vols. London: H.M. Stationery Office, 1947-1949 Universal Jewish Encyclopedia. Ed. Isaac Landman. 10 vols. New York: The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia Inc. 1939-1943 Uris, Leon. "Exodus" New York: Doubeday, 1961 Vago, Bela. "Jewish Leadership Groups in Hungary and Rumania during the Holocaust" Address presented to the International Scholars Conference on the Holocaust - A Generation After. New York City, March 1975. Vechtomova, E.A., and Ivanov, V.V. Liudi, pobedivshie smert [People Who Conquered Death]. Leningrad: Lenizdat, 1968 Volavkova, Hana, ed. I Never Saw Another Butterfly. New York: Schocken Books, 1978 Vrba, Rudolf & Bestie, Alan. "I Cannot Forget" New York: Grove Press 1964 (Ed. note - I have another reference to "I Cannot Forgive" New York, 1964 - I don't know if there are two works, or someone's confused. knm) Waagenar, Sam. "The Pope's Jews" La Salle, Ill: Library Press, 1974 Waagenar, Willem. Presumed Guilty - Identifying Ivan. (Demjanjuk) Harvard University Press, 1992 Waite, Robert G.L. The Psychopathic God, Adolf Hitler. New York: NAL, 1977 Walk, J. (Hrsg.) "Das Sonderrecht fuer die Juden im NS-Staat" C.F. Mueller Verlag, Heidelberg, 1996 ISBN 3-852-1889-9 - which is 452 pages long --including index -- and pages 3 to 406 comprises a catalogue to laws, regulations, edicts, etc. pased, issued, enacted, etc, concerning Jews. It does *not* consist of these being reprinted, but provides the location where they can be found and usually a three or four line summary. Wang. YVA, 3688/127-0, the testimony of Abraham Wang War Crimes in Poland. S. Datner, J. Gumkowski, K. Leszxzinski, "War Crimes in Poland, Genocide 1939-1945," Warsaw, 1962 Warmbrunn, Werner. "The Dutch under German Occupation, 1940-1945" New York: Oxford University Press, 1963. Wasserstein, Bernard. "Britain and the Jews of Europe" London: Oxford University Press, 1979. Webb, A.M., ed. The Natzweiler Trial. London: Hodge, 1949 Weber, Eugen. "Jews, Antisemitism, and the Origins of the Holocaust," Historical Reflections 5 (1978) Weinberg. YVA, 0-3/565, testimony of Boris (Kazik) Weinberg Weingertner, J.J. "Crossroads of Death" Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 1979 Weiss, Aharon. Jewish Leadership in Occupied Poland: Postures and Attitudes. Yad Vashem Studies 12 (1977) -------------. "The Jewish Police in the General-Government, and in Upper Silesia, and in East Galacia" Ph.D. dissertation, Hebrew University, 1974 (Hebrew Text, English Summary) Weiss, Resha. Journey Through Hell. London: Valentine, Mitchell, 1961 Weissberg, Alex. Desperate Mission: Joel Brand's Story. New York, 1958 Wengrow. "Kehillat Wengrow, Sefer Zikaron" (The Memorial Book of the Community of Wengrow), Tel Aviv Werbell, F.E. & Clarke, T. "The Lost Hero: The History of Raoul Wallenberg" New York: McGraw Hill, 1982. Wertham, Frederic. A Sign for Cain. New York: Macmillan, 1966 West, Rebecca. "A Train of Powder" New York: Viking Press, 1946 Widmann. YVA, TR-10/959, the trial against Dr. Widmann Wiernik, Jacob (Yankel). "A Yor in Treblinka" (A Year in Treblinka), New York, 1944 Wiesel, Elie. "The Gates of the Forest" New York: Hold, Rinehart and Winston, 1966 Wiesel, Elie. "Night" New York: Hill and Wang, 1970 Wiesenthal, Simon. "The Murderers Among Us" New York: McGraw Hill, 1967 -----------------. The Sunflower. New York: Schocken Books, 1976 Wilborts, Suzanne. Pour la France: Angers, La Sante, Fresnes, Ravensbruck, Mauthausen. Paris: Charles Lavauzelle, 1946 Wilder-Okladek, F. "The Return Movement of Jews to Austria after the Second World War" The Hague: Nijhoff, 1969. Wilenberg-Moreshet. Shmuel Wilenberg, "Treblinka - Hamachane ve-Hamered" (Treblinka -- the Camp and the Uprising), Yalkut-Moreshet, No. 5, Tel Aviv, 1966 Wilenberg-Yad Vashem. Shmuel Wilenberg, "Uprising in Treblinka" Yad Vashem News, 25/26, 1961 Wilensky, Gabriel. "Six Million Crucifixions," San Diego: Querty Publishers, 2010 Wilhelm, Hans-Heinrich. "The Holocaust in National Socialist Rhetoric and Writings: Some Evidence against the Thesis That Before 1945 Nothing Was Known about the `Final Solution'" Yad Vashem Studies 16 (1984) Wilkinson, James D. The Intellectual Resistance in Europe. Cambridge, MASS: Harvard University Press, 1981 Wirth. YVA, 0-68, Christian Wirth's personal file. The original is in the Berlin Documentation Center. Wiskemann, Elizabeth. Europe of the Dictators, 1919-45. London: Collins, 1966. Cornell University Press, 1980. Wyman, David S. The Abandonment of the Jews: America and the Holocaust, 1941 - 1945. New York. 1984 --------------. Paper Walls: America and the Refugee Crisis, 1938-41. Amherst, Mass: University of Massachusetts Press, 1968. Yad Vashem Studies Yahil, Leni. "Madagascar: Phantom of a Solution for the Jewish Question" In "Jews and Non-Jews in Eastern Europe, 1918-1945" eds. Bela Vago and Geogle L. Mosse. New York: Wiley, 1974. -----------. Methods of Persecution: A Comparison of the `Final Solution' in Holland and Denmark. Scripta Hierosolymita 23 (1972) -----------. Scandinavian Countries to the Rescue of Concentration Camp Prisoners. Yad Vashem Studies 6 (1967) -----------. The Rescue of Danish Jewry. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1969 Yediot. YVA, M-10, the underground newspaper "Yediot" ("News") Y.V.A. Yad Vashem Archives, (holocaust Commemoration Authority) Jerusalem YIVO. Testimonies of Jewish leaders and others on deportations of Jews in Hungary in 1944. File no. 768, n.d. ----. "Imposed Jewish Governing Bodies under Nazi Rule" New York: YIVO, 1972 Yizkor Book in Memory of Wlodawa and the Region of Sobibor. Published by the Association of Immigrants of Wlodawa and surrounding area in Israel, ed; Shoman Kanc. Tel Aviv, 1974 (English) Rashke comments: An anthology of articles and personal testimony about Wlodawa and Sobibor. An excellent resource book, but it is difficult to determine whether the authors of articles were survivors or not, and if they were not, where they got their information. Yoors, Jan. Crossing, A Journal of Survival and Resistance in World War II. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1971 Young, Gordon. Cat With Two Faces. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1957 Zabecki, Franciszek. Wspomnienia dawne i nowe, Warsaw, 1977; Biutetyn Glownej Komisji Badania Zbrodni Hitlerowskich w Polsce, XIII, 1960, pp. 86-87, a testimony given by F. Zabecki on December 21, 1945 Zahn, Gordon. "German Catholics and Hitler's Wars: A Study in Social Control" New York: Sheed and Ward, 1962 Zak, Jiri, ed. Buchenwald varuje: Dokumenty vzpominky. svedectvi [Buchenwald Warns: Documents, Reminiscences, Testimonies]. Prague: Statni nakladatstvi politcke literatury, 1962 Zaremba, Jan Alexander. Treblinka, Kielce, 1945 Zassenhaus, Hiltgunt. Walls, Resisting the Third Reich. Boston: Beacon Press, 1976 Zeszyty Majdanka, No. VI, Lublin, 1972; No. IX, Wydawnictwo Lubelskie, 1977. Zorn, Gerda, and Meyer, Gertruce. Frauen gegen Hitler. Frankfurt am Main: Roederberg Verlag, 1974 Zuccotti, Susan. The Italians and the Holocaust: Persecutions, Rescue, and Survival. New York: 1987 Zuker-Bujanowska, Liliana. Liliana's Journal. New York: Dial Press, 1980 Zuckerman, Yitzchak (ed.) "The Fighting Ghettos" New York: Lippencott, 1962 Zukerman. YVA, 016/1187, the testimony of Hershl Zukerman Zywulska, Kristyna. Wo vorher Birken waren. Munich: Kindler Verlag, 1979 === The Nizkor Project, Vancouver Island, Canada === The following comments excerpted from ------------------------------------ "WOMEN IN THE RESISTANCE AND IN THE HOLOCAUST: THE VOICES OF EYEWITNESSES" Edited (and with introduction) by Vera Laska. Greenwood Press, Westport & London, 1983. LOC 82-12018, ISBN 0-313-23457-4 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vara Laska on researching the Holocaust: Yad Vashem Martyrs' and Heroes' Memorial Authority in Jerusalem is a depository of documents and memoirs on the Holocaust, mostly in German, Hebrew and Yiddish. It also issues the Yad Vashem Studies on the European Jewish Catastrophe and Resistance. The Centre de Documentation Juive Contemporaine in Paris and the Wiener Library in London are major sources of information. The Wiener Library's catalogue series published a bibliography, Persecution and Resistance Under the Nazis (London: Valentine, Mitchell, 1960). ... In the United States the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research (1048 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10028) houses several collections of ghetto documents and related primary source materials. It publishes the YIVO Annual of Jewish Social Science. Since 1960, Yad Vashem and the YIVO Institute have been engaged in preparing a multivolume bibliographical series on the Holocaust; one of the volumes, Jacob Robinson, ed., The Holocaust and After: Sources and Literature in English (Jerusalem: Israel University Press, 1973) is most helpful. The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith (823 United Nations Plaza, New York, N.Y. 10017) supplies teaching materials at reasonable prices, for instance The Record - The Holocaust in History, 1933-1945, published in cooperation with the National Council for Social Studies in 1978. The Library of Congress and the National Archives are rich sources for researchers, containing among others the transcripts of war crime trials. This in itself is an immense documentation; for instance, the Nuremberg Doctors' Trial of twenty-three defendents alone takes up 11,538 pages in nineteen volumes. Indexes can be consulted about various concentration camps. ...
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