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Documents on the Holocaust : Selected Sources on the Destruction of the Jews of Germany and Austria, Poland, and the Soviet Union.

By: Arad, Y.
Contributor(s): Gutman, Y | Margaliot, A.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Amsterdam : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2014Copyright date: ©1981Description: 1 online resource (521 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781483299082.Subject(s): Germany -- Ethnic relations -- Sources | Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Sources | Jews -- Germany -- History -- 1933-1945 -- SourcesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Documents on the Holocaust : Selected Sources on the Destruction of the Jews of Germany and Austria, Poland, and the Soviet UnionDDC classification: 940.531 Online resources: Click here to view book
Contents:
Front Cover -- Documents on the Holocaust -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Foreword -- Part One: Germany and Austria -- 1 The Program of the National-Socialist (Nazi) German Workers' Party -- 2 Anti-Jewish Plans of the Nazis Published Before Their Rise to Power -- 3 The National-Socialist Party and the German National (Conservative) Party, Essay by Hitler, 1922 -- 4 Extracts from Mein Kampf by Hitler -- 5 Extracts from Hitlers Zweites Buch -- 6 Results of Elections to the German Reichstag, 1919-1933 -- 7 Organization of the Anti-Jewish Boycott of April 1, 1933 - Instructions Given by the National-Socialist Party -- 8 From Goebbels' Diary on the Boycott -- 9 Exchange of Letters Between Hindenburg and Hitler Concerning the Status of Jews Who Served in the German Army -- 10 Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service, April 7, 1933 -- 11 First Regulation for the Implementation of the Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service, April 11, 1933 -- 12 Instructions by Minister of Economics on the Position of Jews in German Trade, September 1933 -- 13 Proposal by Frank for a Pause in Anti-Jewish Agitation -- 14 "Wear It with Pride, The Yellow Badge," Article by Robert Weltsch -- 15 Proclamation by the Central Committee of German Jews for Relief and Reconstruction -- 16 The Position of the German Jews, As Seen by Alfred Wiener, of the Leadership of the Centraiverein -- 17 Martin Buber on the Tasks of the Center for Jewish Adult Education -- 18 Activities of the Study Institute for Jewish Adult Education -- 19 Chaim Arlosoroff on the Need for Ha'avara -- 20 Regulations by the German Ministry of Economics of August 1933, Concerning Conditions for Ha'avara -- 21 Proclamation of the (New) Reichsvertretung, September 1933.
22 Memorandum from the Organization of Independent Orthodox Communities to the German Chancellor, October 1933 -- 23 Request of the Reich Union of Jewish Veterans for the Coopting of Former Jewish Front-Soldiers for Duties in the German Reich, October 1933 -- 24 Instruction for Jewish Public Elementary Schools, January 1934 -- 25 The German Authorities and the Cultural Association of German Jews -- 26 Activities of the Cultural Association of German Jews -- 27 Activities of the Hilfsverein in the Field of Emigration -- 28 Report on the Activities of the Hilfsverein in the Year 1933 -- 29 Protest of the Reichsvertretung Against the Refusal to Include Jews in the Wehrmacht, March 1935 -- 30 Recomjmendation by Schacht to Prevent Damage to Jewish Places of Business, June 1935 -- 31 The Leadership of the German Government on the Effect on the Economy of German Policy Towards the Jews, August 1935 -- 32 Nuremberg Laws on Reich Citizenship, September 15, 1935 -- 33 Nuremberg Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honor, September 15, 1935 -- 34 First Regulation to the Reich Citizenship Law, November 14, 1935 -- 35 Extracts from Hitler's Speech in the Reichstag on the Nuremberg Laws, September 1935 -- 36 Extract from Hitler's Speech on the Importance of the Nuremberg Laws, At a Meeting of Party Leaders -- 37 Comment in the German News Agency on the Nuremberg Laws -- 38 Response of the Reichsvertretung to the Nuremberg Laws -- 39 Prayer Composed by Rabbi Leo Baeck for All Jewish Communities in Genmany for the Eve of the Day of Atonement, October 10, 1935 -- 40 Extract from a Memorandum by Hitler on the Tasks of the Four Year Plan, 1936 -- 41 Second Regulation for the Law on the Reunification of Austria with the German Reich, March 18, 1938 -- 42 Abolition of the Legal Status of the Jewish Communities, March 1938.
43 The Situation of the Jews in Austria, April 1938 -- 44 Eichmann Takes Control of Jewish Life in Austria -- 45 Decisions Taken at the Evian Conference on Jewish Refugees, July 1938 -- 46 Regulation Requiring Jews to Change Their Names, August 1938 -- 47 Establishment of the Central Office for Jewish Emigration in Vienna, August 1938 -- 48 First Attempt of the Nazi Party to Expel Viennese Jewry, October 1938 -- 49 Riots of Kristallnacht - Heydrich's Instructions, November 1938 -- 50 Description of the Riot at Dinslaken -- 51 Discussions by the Authorities Following Kristallnacht -- 52 Regulation for the Elimination of the Jews from the Economic Life of Germany, November 12, 1938 -- 53 Regulation for the Payment of an Expiation Fine by Jews Who Are German Subjects, November 12, 1938 -- 54 SS Views on the Solution of the Jewish Question -- 55 Letter Describing the Deportation to Zbaszyn, December 1938 -- 56 Emmanuel Ringelblum's Notes on the Refugees in Zbaszyn -- 57 Establishment of the Reich Central Office for Jewish Emigration, January 1939 -- 58 German Foreign Ministry Memorandum on Policy Regarding Jews in 1938 -- 59 Extract from the Speech by Hitler, January 30, 1939 -- 60 Appeal by Löwenherz for the Renewal of Religious Services in Vienna -- 61 Eichmann Protects the Status of the Vienna Jewish Community in Order to Facilitate Emigration -- 62 The Establishment of the Reichsvereinigung, July 1939 -- 63 Deportation of Jews from Austria to Nisko (Lublin), October 1939 -- 64 Instructions for the Deportation of the Jews from the Palatinate (Pfalz), October 1940 -- 65 Cases of Suicide to Escape Deportation -- 66 Youth Aliya School in Vienna, 1940 -- 67 The Situation of the Jews in Germany in the Summer of 1941 -- 68 Order Banning the Emigration of Jews from the Reich, October 1941 -- 69 The Last Days of the Zionist Youth Movement in Germany, 1942.
70 Responsa by Rabbis in Germany Ehiring 1943 -- 71 Eichmann Informs the Jews on Deportations from Austria and on the Theresienstadt Ghetto -- 72 From Hitler's Testament -- PART TWO : POLAND Introduction 7 Yisrael Gutman -- 73 Instructions by Heydrich on Policy and Operations Concerning Jews in the Occupied Territories, September 21, 1939 -- 74 Identifying Marks for Jews in the Government-General, November 23, 1939 -- 75 Ban on Changes of Place of Residence by Jews Within the Area of the Government-General, December 11, 1939 -- 76 Supplementary Regulations for the Ban on Changes of Residence by Jews in the Government-General, October 15, 1941 -- 77 Ban on the Use of the Railroads by Jews in the Government-General, January 26, 1940 -- 78 From a Discussion on the Compulsory Evacuation of the Jewish Population of the Wartheland to the Government-General, January 30, 1940 -- 79 Attack on the Jews of Wloclawek Following the German Occupation -- 80 From a Report on the Situation of the Jews in Warsaw after the Occupation -- 81 Escape of Jews from Poland to the Soviet Union at the Beginning of the War -- 82 Establishment of Judenräte (Jewish Councils) in the Occupied Territories, November 28, 1939 -- 83 Report by Uebelhoer on the Establishment of the Ghetto in Lodz, December 10, 1939 -- 84 Directives Issued by the Head of the Department for Jewish Affairs on Policies Concerning Treatment of Jews in the Government- General, April 6, 1940 -- 85 From a Speech by Frank on the Need to Remove the Jews from Cracow, April 12, 1940 -- 86 Himmler on the Treatment of Ethnic Groups and Jews in the East, in a Secret Memorandum to Hitler, May 25, 1940 -- 87 Jewish Memorandum to the Authorities Gn the Economic Situation of the Jews Following the Occupation -- 88 Extracts from the Warsaw Ghetto Diary of Chaim A. Kaplan, 1940.
89 Extracts from the Warsaw Ghetto Diary of Avraham I^evin, 1942 -- 90 Activities of the Judenrat, reflected in the Gazeta Zydowska, 1940 -- 91 Activity of the Joint in Occupied Poland -- 92 Jewish Self-help in Warsaw -- 93 The Work of a Jewish Political Party, From an Underground Publication, 1940 -- 94 The Aims of Jewish Youth at the Present Time, From an Underground Publication, 1940 -- 95 Educational Problems in the Underground Youth Movement in the Ghetto -- 96 Official Definition of the Term "Jew" in the Government- General, July 24, 1941 -- 97 The Madagascar Plan, July 1940 -- 98 From a Speech by Frank on the Madagascar Plan, July 12, 1940 -- 99 Regulation for the Ban on Jewish Emigration from the Government- General, November 1940 -- 100 Order by Fischer-on the Establishment of a Ghetto in. Warsaw, October 2, 1940 -- 101 From a Lecture on the Steps Leading to the Establishment of the Warsaw Ghetto, January 20, 1941 -- 102 The Smuggling of Food into the Warsaw Ghetto -- 103 Extract from the Diary of Chaim A. Kaplan on the Warsaw Judenrat, 1941 -- 104 Appeal Not to Go to Labor Camps, From an Underground Publication -- 105 The Dilemma of Jewish Self-help -- 106 Goring Orders Heydrich to Prepare a Plan for the "Final Solution of the Jewish Problem," July 31, 1941 -- 107 Ringelblum on Cooperation Between Jewish Political Parties in the Underground -- 108 "Oneg Shabbat," The Jewish Underground Archives in the Warsaw Ghetto -- 109 Address by Rumkowski to the Officials of the Judenrat in Lodz -- 110 Appeal for Contributions by the Judenrat in Bialystok -- 111 The Girl Couriers of the Underground Movement -- 112 Some Ghetto Thoughts on Rescue and Revenge -- 113 Letters from the Jewish Underground Youth Movement -- 114 From a Report by Auerswald, Commissar of the Warsaw Ghetto, September 26, 1941.
115 From a Speech by Frank at Berlin University, November 18, 1941.
Summary: This volume presents a comprehensive collection of essential documents for students and laymen interested in the history of the Holocaust. The collection reflects both the major trends in Nazi ideology and policy towards the Jews and the behaviour and reaction of the Jews to the Nazi challenge. The book is divided into three geographical-political sections: Germany and Austria; Poland; and the Baltic countries and areas of the Soviet Union occupied by Nazi Germany during the Second World War. Each section is preceded by a short introduction setting the documents against the background of events and developments in these areas.
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Front Cover -- Documents on the Holocaust -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Foreword -- Part One: Germany and Austria -- 1 The Program of the National-Socialist (Nazi) German Workers' Party -- 2 Anti-Jewish Plans of the Nazis Published Before Their Rise to Power -- 3 The National-Socialist Party and the German National (Conservative) Party, Essay by Hitler, 1922 -- 4 Extracts from Mein Kampf by Hitler -- 5 Extracts from Hitlers Zweites Buch -- 6 Results of Elections to the German Reichstag, 1919-1933 -- 7 Organization of the Anti-Jewish Boycott of April 1, 1933 - Instructions Given by the National-Socialist Party -- 8 From Goebbels' Diary on the Boycott -- 9 Exchange of Letters Between Hindenburg and Hitler Concerning the Status of Jews Who Served in the German Army -- 10 Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service, April 7, 1933 -- 11 First Regulation for the Implementation of the Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service, April 11, 1933 -- 12 Instructions by Minister of Economics on the Position of Jews in German Trade, September 1933 -- 13 Proposal by Frank for a Pause in Anti-Jewish Agitation -- 14 "Wear It with Pride, The Yellow Badge," Article by Robert Weltsch -- 15 Proclamation by the Central Committee of German Jews for Relief and Reconstruction -- 16 The Position of the German Jews, As Seen by Alfred Wiener, of the Leadership of the Centraiverein -- 17 Martin Buber on the Tasks of the Center for Jewish Adult Education -- 18 Activities of the Study Institute for Jewish Adult Education -- 19 Chaim Arlosoroff on the Need for Ha'avara -- 20 Regulations by the German Ministry of Economics of August 1933, Concerning Conditions for Ha'avara -- 21 Proclamation of the (New) Reichsvertretung, September 1933.

22 Memorandum from the Organization of Independent Orthodox Communities to the German Chancellor, October 1933 -- 23 Request of the Reich Union of Jewish Veterans for the Coopting of Former Jewish Front-Soldiers for Duties in the German Reich, October 1933 -- 24 Instruction for Jewish Public Elementary Schools, January 1934 -- 25 The German Authorities and the Cultural Association of German Jews -- 26 Activities of the Cultural Association of German Jews -- 27 Activities of the Hilfsverein in the Field of Emigration -- 28 Report on the Activities of the Hilfsverein in the Year 1933 -- 29 Protest of the Reichsvertretung Against the Refusal to Include Jews in the Wehrmacht, March 1935 -- 30 Recomjmendation by Schacht to Prevent Damage to Jewish Places of Business, June 1935 -- 31 The Leadership of the German Government on the Effect on the Economy of German Policy Towards the Jews, August 1935 -- 32 Nuremberg Laws on Reich Citizenship, September 15, 1935 -- 33 Nuremberg Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honor, September 15, 1935 -- 34 First Regulation to the Reich Citizenship Law, November 14, 1935 -- 35 Extracts from Hitler's Speech in the Reichstag on the Nuremberg Laws, September 1935 -- 36 Extract from Hitler's Speech on the Importance of the Nuremberg Laws, At a Meeting of Party Leaders -- 37 Comment in the German News Agency on the Nuremberg Laws -- 38 Response of the Reichsvertretung to the Nuremberg Laws -- 39 Prayer Composed by Rabbi Leo Baeck for All Jewish Communities in Genmany for the Eve of the Day of Atonement, October 10, 1935 -- 40 Extract from a Memorandum by Hitler on the Tasks of the Four Year Plan, 1936 -- 41 Second Regulation for the Law on the Reunification of Austria with the German Reich, March 18, 1938 -- 42 Abolition of the Legal Status of the Jewish Communities, March 1938.

43 The Situation of the Jews in Austria, April 1938 -- 44 Eichmann Takes Control of Jewish Life in Austria -- 45 Decisions Taken at the Evian Conference on Jewish Refugees, July 1938 -- 46 Regulation Requiring Jews to Change Their Names, August 1938 -- 47 Establishment of the Central Office for Jewish Emigration in Vienna, August 1938 -- 48 First Attempt of the Nazi Party to Expel Viennese Jewry, October 1938 -- 49 Riots of Kristallnacht - Heydrich's Instructions, November 1938 -- 50 Description of the Riot at Dinslaken -- 51 Discussions by the Authorities Following Kristallnacht -- 52 Regulation for the Elimination of the Jews from the Economic Life of Germany, November 12, 1938 -- 53 Regulation for the Payment of an Expiation Fine by Jews Who Are German Subjects, November 12, 1938 -- 54 SS Views on the Solution of the Jewish Question -- 55 Letter Describing the Deportation to Zbaszyn, December 1938 -- 56 Emmanuel Ringelblum's Notes on the Refugees in Zbaszyn -- 57 Establishment of the Reich Central Office for Jewish Emigration, January 1939 -- 58 German Foreign Ministry Memorandum on Policy Regarding Jews in 1938 -- 59 Extract from the Speech by Hitler, January 30, 1939 -- 60 Appeal by Löwenherz for the Renewal of Religious Services in Vienna -- 61 Eichmann Protects the Status of the Vienna Jewish Community in Order to Facilitate Emigration -- 62 The Establishment of the Reichsvereinigung, July 1939 -- 63 Deportation of Jews from Austria to Nisko (Lublin), October 1939 -- 64 Instructions for the Deportation of the Jews from the Palatinate (Pfalz), October 1940 -- 65 Cases of Suicide to Escape Deportation -- 66 Youth Aliya School in Vienna, 1940 -- 67 The Situation of the Jews in Germany in the Summer of 1941 -- 68 Order Banning the Emigration of Jews from the Reich, October 1941 -- 69 The Last Days of the Zionist Youth Movement in Germany, 1942.

70 Responsa by Rabbis in Germany Ehiring 1943 -- 71 Eichmann Informs the Jews on Deportations from Austria and on the Theresienstadt Ghetto -- 72 From Hitler's Testament -- PART TWO : POLAND Introduction 7 Yisrael Gutman -- 73 Instructions by Heydrich on Policy and Operations Concerning Jews in the Occupied Territories, September 21, 1939 -- 74 Identifying Marks for Jews in the Government-General, November 23, 1939 -- 75 Ban on Changes of Place of Residence by Jews Within the Area of the Government-General, December 11, 1939 -- 76 Supplementary Regulations for the Ban on Changes of Residence by Jews in the Government-General, October 15, 1941 -- 77 Ban on the Use of the Railroads by Jews in the Government-General, January 26, 1940 -- 78 From a Discussion on the Compulsory Evacuation of the Jewish Population of the Wartheland to the Government-General, January 30, 1940 -- 79 Attack on the Jews of Wloclawek Following the German Occupation -- 80 From a Report on the Situation of the Jews in Warsaw after the Occupation -- 81 Escape of Jews from Poland to the Soviet Union at the Beginning of the War -- 82 Establishment of Judenräte (Jewish Councils) in the Occupied Territories, November 28, 1939 -- 83 Report by Uebelhoer on the Establishment of the Ghetto in Lodz, December 10, 1939 -- 84 Directives Issued by the Head of the Department for Jewish Affairs on Policies Concerning Treatment of Jews in the Government- General, April 6, 1940 -- 85 From a Speech by Frank on the Need to Remove the Jews from Cracow, April 12, 1940 -- 86 Himmler on the Treatment of Ethnic Groups and Jews in the East, in a Secret Memorandum to Hitler, May 25, 1940 -- 87 Jewish Memorandum to the Authorities Gn the Economic Situation of the Jews Following the Occupation -- 88 Extracts from the Warsaw Ghetto Diary of Chaim A. Kaplan, 1940.

89 Extracts from the Warsaw Ghetto Diary of Avraham I^evin, 1942 -- 90 Activities of the Judenrat, reflected in the Gazeta Zydowska, 1940 -- 91 Activity of the Joint in Occupied Poland -- 92 Jewish Self-help in Warsaw -- 93 The Work of a Jewish Political Party, From an Underground Publication, 1940 -- 94 The Aims of Jewish Youth at the Present Time, From an Underground Publication, 1940 -- 95 Educational Problems in the Underground Youth Movement in the Ghetto -- 96 Official Definition of the Term "Jew" in the Government- General, July 24, 1941 -- 97 The Madagascar Plan, July 1940 -- 98 From a Speech by Frank on the Madagascar Plan, July 12, 1940 -- 99 Regulation for the Ban on Jewish Emigration from the Government- General, November 1940 -- 100 Order by Fischer-on the Establishment of a Ghetto in. Warsaw, October 2, 1940 -- 101 From a Lecture on the Steps Leading to the Establishment of the Warsaw Ghetto, January 20, 1941 -- 102 The Smuggling of Food into the Warsaw Ghetto -- 103 Extract from the Diary of Chaim A. Kaplan on the Warsaw Judenrat, 1941 -- 104 Appeal Not to Go to Labor Camps, From an Underground Publication -- 105 The Dilemma of Jewish Self-help -- 106 Goring Orders Heydrich to Prepare a Plan for the "Final Solution of the Jewish Problem," July 31, 1941 -- 107 Ringelblum on Cooperation Between Jewish Political Parties in the Underground -- 108 "Oneg Shabbat," The Jewish Underground Archives in the Warsaw Ghetto -- 109 Address by Rumkowski to the Officials of the Judenrat in Lodz -- 110 Appeal for Contributions by the Judenrat in Bialystok -- 111 The Girl Couriers of the Underground Movement -- 112 Some Ghetto Thoughts on Rescue and Revenge -- 113 Letters from the Jewish Underground Youth Movement -- 114 From a Report by Auerswald, Commissar of the Warsaw Ghetto, September 26, 1941.

115 From a Speech by Frank at Berlin University, November 18, 1941.

This volume presents a comprehensive collection of essential documents for students and laymen interested in the history of the Holocaust. The collection reflects both the major trends in Nazi ideology and policy towards the Jews and the behaviour and reaction of the Jews to the Nazi challenge. The book is divided into three geographical-political sections: Germany and Austria; Poland; and the Baltic countries and areas of the Soviet Union occupied by Nazi Germany during the Second World War. Each section is preceded by a short introduction setting the documents against the background of events and developments in these areas.

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