Witness to Annihilation (H)

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When the German Army captured Lwow in 1941, Poland's third-largest city contained a vibrant Jewish community of 160,000 people. Because the Final Solution began there so early, no other Jewish community of similar size came so close to complete eradication. In 1943, the region's SS chief proudly reported to Hitler that it had been "cleansed of Jews"; in fact, less than one half of one percent of Lwow's Jews survived the war. For the Jews of Lwow, there was no miracle, no Raoul Wallenberg, no Oskar Schindler. Mainly because ...

Witness to Annihilation (H) 1994, Potomac Books, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780028810874

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