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Yad Vashem Studies
volume 38:1
Edited by David Silberklang
(2010), ISSN: 0084-3296, Cat. No. 766
269 pp., soft cover, 17X24cm.
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The volume is dedicated to the memory of Prof. David Bankier, member of the editorial board and a leading scholar of Holocaust history, and to the memory of Avraham Sutzkever, an important Yiddish poet. The volume includes the following articles: Dan Michman on Bankier; Avraham Novershtern on Sutzkever; Lea Prais on the missing parts from Rabbi Shimon Huberbands diary of the Warsaw ghetto; Ayala Nedivi on the attempt to rescue tens of thousands of Hungarian Jews a few days before the Nazi invasion; Wulff Bickenbach on Switzerlands official policy on clearing the name of border police captain Paul Grüninger, who was recognized as a Righteous Among the Nations; Kierra Crago-Schneider on antisemitism among Germans in the American-occupied zone after the war; and Doron Bar on the rivalry between Yad Vashem and the Chamber of the Holocaust on Mount Zion in the 1950s.

Introduction; Despite the Importance and Centrality of Antisemitism, It Cannot Serve as the Exclusive Explanation of Murder and Murderers [Dan Michman]; David Bankiers (19472010) Path in Holocaust Research 15; Walk through Words as through a Minefield: Avraham Sutzkever zl [Avraham Novershtern]; An Unknown Chronicle: From the Literary Legacy of Rabbi Shimon Huberband, Warsaw Ghetto, MayJune 1942 [Lea Prais]; An Attempt to Rescue the Carpathian Jews on the Eve of the Occupation of Hungary, according to Moshe Krauszs Book Pages [Ayala Nedivi]; Justice for Captain Paul Grüninger: Conviction and Rehabilitation of a Swiss Police Chief Who Assisted Jewish Refugees 19381998 [Wulff Bickenbach]; Antisemitism or Competing Interests?: An Examination of German and American Perceptions of Jewish Displaced Persons Active on the Black Market in Munichs Möhlstrasse [Kierra Crago-Schneider]; Between the Chamber of the Holocaust and Yad Vashem: Martyrs Ashes as a Focus of Sanctity [Doron Bar]; REVIEWS: The Legacy of Emanuel Ringelblum: Samuel D. Kassow, Who Will Write Our History?: Emanuel Ringelblum, the Warsaw Ghetto, and the Oyneg Shabes Archive [Antony Polonsky]; Binding the Unbound The Shoah in the Soviet Union According to Ilya Altman: Ilja Altmann, Opfer des Hasses: Der Holocaust in der UdSSR 19411945 [Kiril Feferman]; A New Life for Old Documents: Joshua Rubinstein and Ilya Altman, eds., The Unknown Black Book: The Holocaust in the German-Occupied Soviet Territories [Arkadi Zeltser]; LETTERS: A Response to David Engel; David Engel replies; Contributors.

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