The Italian Refuge: Rescue of Jews During the Holocaust

Ivo Herzer, Klaus Voigt, James Burgwyn
Catholic University of America Press, 1989 - 305 Seiten

""The Holocaust in Italy, while not so malevolently elaborate and relentlessly pursued, was every bit as real. There was the same government sanction, systematic arrest and transport of Jews, dislocation of Jewish society, dire threat to the existence of Jewish culture and religion, and also the same humanitarian efforts to hide Jews, help them escape, and accept refugees--all of which are dealt with in the essays. The essays' contents are both formal historical materials (e.g. chronologies, excerpts from documents) but also sad and courageous tales of individuals, both Jews and those trying to help them in their plight.""-- The Small Press Book Review

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