The Jews of Warsaw, 1939-1943: ghetto, underground, revolt.
- historical studies
- after the war
Translated from the Hebrew into English by Ina Friedman, Brighton: Harvester, 1982
'A doctor and pedagogue; imprisoned for not wearing his arm-band.'
'he converted a couple of years before the war; studied at the technical university in Liverpool, returned to Poland...
a journalist; a member of the first Judenrat, an author of memoirs ("Blater fun a getto togbuch", New York...
'An SS officer, K. Batz's superior in the Warsaw Gestapo, but subordinate to him in the party hierarchy. While Batz...
in the first months of the war he headed the Department of Jewish Labour of Warsaw Security Service (Sicherheitsdien...
in the first months of the occupation he headed the Jewish labour department in the [Warsaw] SD / Sicherheitsdienst...
a Jewish criminal, who on a number of occasions shot at Polish policemen; as a result, within the framework of repre...
- Korczak Janusz