Resisting the Holocaust: Upstanders, Partisans, and Survivors, 1st Edition

  • Paul R. Bartrop
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  • ISBN-10: 1610698797
  • ISBN-13: 9781610698795
  • DDC: 940.53
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 445 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2016 | Published/Released August 2016
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Overview

This book enables readers to learn about upstanders, partisans, and survivors from first-hand perspectives that reveal the many forms of resistance—some bold and defiant, some subtle—to the Nazis during the Holocaust.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Primary Source Documents.
Preface.
Introduction.
Upstanders During the Holocaust.
Partisans During the Holocaust.
Survivors of the Holocaust.
1: Abadi, Moussa (1910–1997).
2: Alice, Princess Andrew of Greece and Denmark (1885–1963).
3: Altman, Tova (Tosia) (1918–1943).
4: Andreas-Friedrich, Ruth (1901–1977).
5: Anger, Per (1913–2002).
6: Anielewicz, Mordecai (1919–1943).
7: Atlas, Icheskel (1910–1942).
8: Bachner, Wilhelm (1912–1991).
9: Baeck, Leo (1873–1956).
10: Bartali, Gino (1914–2000).
11: Baum, Herbert (1912–1942).
12: Beck, Gad (1923–2012).
13: Beitz, Berthold (1913–2013).
14: Benghabrit, Si Kaddour (1868–1954).
15: Bielecki, Jerzy (1921–2011).
16: Bielski, Tuvia (1906–1987).
17: Blaichman, Frank (b. 1922).
18: Bogaard, Johannes (1881–1963).
19: Born, Friedrich (1903–1963).
20: Borromeo, Giovanni (1898–1961).
21: Calmeyer, Hans (1903–1972).
22: Cohn, Marianne (1922–1944).
23: Coward, Charles (1905–1976).
24: Dalla Costa, Elia (1872–1961).
25: Damaskinos, Archbishop of Athens (1891–1949).
26: De Sousa Mendes, Aristides (1885–1954).
27: De Souza Dantas, Luis Martins (1876–1954).
28: Dohnányi, Ernő (1877–1960).
29: Dohnányi, Hans von (1902–1945).
30: Drossel, Heinz (1916–2008).
31: Duckwitz, Georg Ferdinand (1904–1973).
32: Edelman, Marek (1919–2009).
33: Elisabeth, Queen Mother of the Belgians (1876–1965).
34: Errázuriz, María (1893–1972).
35: Feldhendler, Leon (1910–1945).
36: Fleischmann, Gisi (1892–1944).
37: Foley, Frank (1884–1958).
38: Fry, Varian (1907–1967).
39: Gebelev, Mikhail (1905–1942).
40: Gerstein, Kurt (1905–1945).
41: Gies, Miep (1909–2010).
42: Gildenman, Moshe (1898–1958).
43: Glasberg, Alexandre (1902–1981).
44: Göring, Albert (1895–1966).
45: Grüber, Heinrich (1891–1975).
46: Grünhut, Aron (1895–1974).
47: Grüninger, Paul (1891–1972).
48: Guzik, David (1890–1946).
49: Haas, Leo (1901–1983).
50: Helmy, Mohammed (1901–1982).
51: Hirsch, Helmut (1916–1937).
52: Ho Feng-Shan (1901–1997).
53: Hübener, Helmuth (1925–1942).
54: Hulst, Jan van (b. 1911).
55: Israel, Charlotte (b. 1910).
56: Jagendorf, Siegfried (1885–1970).
57: Jonas, Regina (1902–1944).
58: Jospa, Yvonne (1919–2000).
59: Kafka, Helene (1894–1943).
60: Kaplan, Chaim A. (1880–1942).
61: Karski, Jan (1914–2000).
62: Kasztner, Rezső (1906–1957).
63: Katzenelson, Itzhak (1886–1944).
64: Knut, Dovid (1900–1955).
65: Koffán, Károly (1909–1985).
66: Korkut, Dervis (1888–1969).
67: Kovner, Abba (1918–1987).
68: Kowalski, Władysław (1895–1971).
69: Kraan, Willem (1909–1942).
70: Kruk, Herman (1897–1944).
71: Krützfeld, Wilhelm (1880–1953).
72: Lajcher, Berek (1893–1943).
73: Landmesser, August (1910–1944).
74: Langbein, Hermann (1912–1995).
75: Langlet, Valdemar (1872–1960).
76: Leitz, Ernst II (1871–1956).
77: Lichtenberg, Bernhard (1875–1943).
78: Linnér, Sture (1917–2010).
79: Lopatyn, Dov (d. 1944).
80: Lubetkin, Zivia (1914–1976).
81: Luckner, Gertrud (1900–1995).
82: Lustig, Walter (1891–1945).
83: Lutz, Carl (1895–1975).
84: Maltzan, Maria von (1909–1997).
85: Mann, Franceska (1917–1943).
86: Meed, Vladka (1921–2012).
87: Moltke, Helmuth James Graf von (1907–1945).
88: Moszkiewiez, Hélène (b. 1920).
89: Moszkowicz, Daniel (1905–1943).
90: Müller, Filip (b. 1922).
91: Münch, Hans (1911–1989).
92: Norrman, Sven (1891–1979).
93: O’Flaherty, Hugh (1898–1963).
94: Ogilvie, Albert (1890–1939).
95: Pankiewicz, Tadeusz (1908–1993).
96: Pechersky, Alexander (1909–1990).
97: Père Jacques (1900–1945).
98: Père Marie-Benoît (1895–1990).
99: Perlasca, Giorgio (1910–1992).
100: Peshev, Dimitar (1894–1973).
101: Pilecki, Witold (1901–1948).
102: Plagge, Karl (1897–1957).
103: Polonski, Abraham (b. 1913).
104: Preysing, Konrad Graf von (1880–1950).
105: Pritchard, Marion van Binsbergen (b. 1921).
106: Propper de Callejón, Eduardo (1895–1972).
107: Racine, Mila (1921–1945).
108: Rémond, Paul (1873–1963).
109: Ringelblum, Emanuel (1900–1944).
110: Robota, Roza (1921–1945).
111: Rosé, Alma (1906–1944).
112: Rotta, Angelo (1872–1965).
113: Rufeisen, Oswald (1922–1998).
114: Saliège, Jules-Géraud (1870–1956).
115: Salkaházi, Sára (1899–1944).
116: Sanz Briz, Ángel (1910–1980).
117: Schindler, Oskar (1908–1974).
118: Schmeling, Max (1905–2005).
119: Schmid, Anton (1900–1942).
120: Schmitz, Elisabeth (1893–1977).
121: Scholl, Hans and Sophie (1918–1943 & 1921–1943).
122: Schonfeld, Solomon (1912–1984).
123: Segerstedt, Torgny (1876–1945).
124: Sendler, Irena (1910–2008).
125: Sheptytsky, Andrey (1865–1944).
126: Shirer, William L. (1904–1993).
127: Slachta, Margit (1884–1974).
128: Smolar, Hersh (1905–1993).
129: Sommer, Margarete (1893–1965).
130: Soos, Géza (1912–1953).
131: Sorkine, Charlotte (b. 1925).
132: Stöhr, Hermann (1898–1940).
133: Strobos, Tina (1920–2012).
134: Sugihara, Chiune (1900–1986).
135: Süskind, Walter (1906–1945).
136: Sylten, Werner (1893–1942).
137: Szenes, Hannah (1921–1944).
138: Sztehló, Gabor (1909–1974).
139: Ten Boom, Corrie (1892–1993).
140: Tenenbaum, Mordechaj (1916–1943).
141: Trocmé, André (1901–1971).
142: Ülkümen, Selahattin (1914–2003).
143: Veseli, Refik (1927–2000).
144: Vrba, Rudolf (1924–2006).
145: Wallenberg, Raoul (1912–1947).
146: Wdowiński, Dawid (1895–1970).
147: Wegner, Armin T. (1886–1978).
148: Weidner, Johan Hendrik (1912–1994).
149: Weidt, Otto (1883–1947).
150: Weissmandl, Chaim Michael Dov (1903–1957).
151: Weltsch, Robert (1891–1982).
152: Westerweel, Johan (1899–1944).
153: Winton, Nicholas (1909–2015).
154: Wittenberg, Yitzhak (1907–1943).
155: Wrobel, Eta (1916–2008).
156: Żabiński, Jan (1897–1974).
157: Zilberberg, Rachel (1920–1943).
158: Zimetbaum, Mala (1918–1944).
159: Zuckerman, Yitzhak (1915–1981).
160: Zwartendijk, Jan (1896–1976).
161: Zygielbojm, Shmuel (1895–1943).
Primary Source Documents.
Robert Weltsch, “Wear It with Pride, the Yellow Badge” (April 4, 1933).
Armin T. Wegner, Open Letter to Adolf Hitler (April 11, 1933).
Interrogation of Father Bernhard Lichtenberg by the Gestapo (October 25, 1941).
Resistance Proclamation, Vilna Ghetto (January 1, 1942).
Final Report of German Jewish Youth Movement (March 1942).
Anton Schmid to Steffi Schmid (April 13, 1942).
The White Rose Movement, Second Leaflet (1942).
Testimony of Sidney Simon, Forest Partisan (2009).
Emanuel Ringelblum on the Kashariyot in the Polish Ghettos (May 19, 1942).
Dutch Protest at the Deportation of Jews (July 1942).
Handbill: Call for Resistance in the Warsaw Ghetto (January 1943).
Statement: Call for Resistance in the Warsaw Ghetto (January 1943).
Mordecai Anielewicz to Yitzhak Zuckerman (April 23, 1943).
Shmuel Zygielbojm to Władysław Raczkiewicz and Władysław Sikorski (May 11, 1943).
The Pioneer (Warsaw), “The Ghetto Fights On” (May 12, 1943).
Unaish Hilari, “The Jewish Partisan” (1954).
Tadeusz Pankiewicz: “The ‘Eagle’ Pharmacy in the Kraków Ghetto”.
Yankiel Wiernik on the Revolt at Treblinka (August 2, 1943).
Call for Revolt in the Vilna Ghetto (September 1, 1943).
Alexander Pechersky on the Sobibor Revolt (October 14, 1943).
Hirsh Glik, “The Partisan Song” (1943).
Ruth Andreas-Friedrich, Diary (March 31, 1945).
Kurt Gerstein, Report (May 4, 1945).
Statement of Support, Siegbert Lewin, Regarding Otto Weidt (1946).
Chronology.
Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Primary Source Documents.
Preface.
Introduction.
Upstanders During the Holocaust.
Partisans During the Holocaust.
Survivors of the Holocaust.
1: Abadi, Moussa (1910–1997).
2: Alice, Princess Andrew of Greece and Denmark (1885–1963).
3: Altman, Tova (Tosia) (1918–1943).
4: Andreas-Friedrich, Ruth (1901–1977).
5: Anger, Per (1913–2002).
6: Anielewicz, Mordecai (1919–1943).
7: Atlas, Icheskel (1910–1942).
8: Bachner, Wilhelm (1912–1991).
9: Baeck, Leo (1873–1956).
10: Bartali, Gino (1914–2000).
11: Baum, Herbert (1912–1942).
12: Beck, Gad (1923–2012).
13: Beitz, Berthold (1913–2013).
14: Benghabrit, Si Kaddour (1868–1954).
15: Bielecki, Jerzy (1921–2011).
16: Bielski, Tuvia (1906–1987).
17: Blaichman, Frank (b. 1922).
18: Bogaard, Johannes (1881–1963).
19: Born, Friedrich (1903–1963).
20: Borromeo, Giovanni (1898–1961).
21: Calmeyer, Hans (1903–1972).
22: Cohn, Marianne (1922–1944).
23: Coward, Charles (1905–1976).
24: Dalla Costa, Elia (1872–1961).
25: Damaskinos, Archbishop of Athens (1891–1949).
26: De Sousa Mendes, Aristides (1885–1954).
27: De Souza Dantas, Luis Martins (1876–1954).
28: Dohnányi, Ernő (1877–1960).
29: Dohnányi, Hans von (1902–1945).
30: Drossel, Heinz (1916–2008).
31: Duckwitz, Georg Ferdinand (1904–1973).
32: Edelman, Marek (1919–2009).
33: Elisabeth, Queen Mother of the Belgians (1876–1965).
34: Errázuriz, María (1893–1972).
35: Feldhendler, Leon (1910–1945).
36: Fleischmann, Gisi (1892–1944).
37: Foley, Frank (1884–1958).
38: Fry, Varian (1907–1967).
39: Gebelev, Mikhail (1905–1942).
40: Gerstein, Kurt (1905–1945).
41: Gies, Miep (1909–2010).
42: Gildenman, Moshe (1898–1958).
43: Glasberg, Alexandre (1902–1981).
44: Göring, Albert (1895–1966).
45: Grüber, Heinrich (1891–1975).
46: Grünhut, Aron (1895–1974).
47: Grüninger, Paul (1891–1972).
48: Guzik, David (1890–1946).
49: Haas, Leo (1901–1983).
50: Helmy, Mohammed (1901–1982).
51: Hirsch, Helmut (1916–1937).
52: Ho Feng-Shan (1901–1997).
53: Hübener, Helmuth (1925–1942).
54: Hulst, Jan van (b. 1911).
55: Israel, Charlotte (b. 1910).
56: Jagendorf, Siegfried (1885–1970).
57: Jonas, Regina (1902–1944).
58: Jospa, Yvonne (1919–2000).
59: Kafka, Helene (1894–1943).
60: Kaplan, Chaim A. (1880–1942).
61: Karski, Jan (1914–2000).
62: Kasztner, Rezső (1906–1957).
63: Katzenelson, Itzhak (1886–1944).
64: Knut, Dovid (1900–1955).
65: Koffán, Károly (1909–1985).
66: Korkut, Dervis (1888–1969).
67: Kovner, Abba (1918–1987).
68: Kowalski, Władysław (1895–1971).
69: Kraan, Willem (1909–1942).
70: Kruk, Herman (1897–1944).
71: Krützfeld, Wilhelm (1880–1953).
72: Lajcher, Berek (1893–1943).
73: Landmesser, August (1910–1944).
74: Langbein, Hermann (1912–1995).
75: Langlet, Valdemar (1872–1960).
76: Leitz, Ernst II (1871–1956).
77: Lichtenberg, Bernhard (1875–1943).
78: Linnér, Sture (1917–2010).
79: Lopatyn, Dov (d. 1944).
80: Lubetkin, Zivia (1914–1976).
81: Luckner, Gertrud (1900–1995).
82: Lustig, Walter (1891–1945).
83: Lutz, Carl (1895–1975).
84: Maltzan, Maria von (1909–1997).
85: Mann, Franceska (1917–1943).
86: Meed, Vladka (1921–2012).
87: Moltke, Helmuth James Graf von (1907–1945).
88: Moszkiewiez, Hélène (b. 1920).
89: Moszkowicz, Daniel (1905–1943).
90: Müller, Filip (b. 1922).
91: Münch, Hans (1911–1989).
92: Norrman, Sven (1891–1979).
93: O’Flaherty, Hugh (1898–1963).
94: Ogilvie, Albert (1890–1939).
95: Pankiewicz, Tadeusz (1908–1993).
96: Pechersky, Alexander (1909–1990).
97: Père Jacques (1900–1945).
98: Père Marie-Benoît (1895–1990).
99: Perlasca, Giorgio (1910–1992).
100: Peshev, Dimitar (1894–1973).
101: Pilecki, Witold (1901–1948).
102: Plagge, Karl (1897–1957).
103: Polonski, Abraham (b. 1913).
104: Preysing, Konrad Graf von (1880–1950).
105: Pritchard, Marion van Binsbergen (b. 1921).
106: Propper de Callejón, Eduardo (1895–1972).
107: Racine, Mila (1921–1945).
108: Rémond, Paul (1873–1963).
109: Ringelblum, Emanuel (1900–1944).
110: Robota, Roza (1921–1945).
111: Rosé, Alma (1906–1944).
112: Rotta, Angelo (1872–1965).
113: Rufeisen, Oswald (1922–1998).
114: Saliège, Jules-Géraud (1870–1956).
115: Salkaházi, Sára (1899–1944).
116: Sanz Briz, Ángel (1910–1980).
117: Schindler, Oskar (1908–1974).
118: Schmeling, Max (1905–2005).
119: Schmid, Anton (1900–1942).
120: Schmitz, Elisabeth (1893–1977).
121: Scholl, Hans and Sophie (1918–1943 & 1921–1943).
122: Schonfeld, Solomon (1912–1984).
123: Segerstedt, Torgny (1876–1945).
124: Sendler, Irena (1910–2008).
125: Sheptytsky, Andrey (1865–1944).
126: Shirer, William L. (1904–1993).
127: Slachta, Margit (1884–1974).
128: Smolar, Hersh (1905–1993).
129: Sommer, Margarete (1893–1965).
130: Soos, Géza (1912–1953).
131: Sorkine, Charlotte (b. 1925).
132: Stöhr, Hermann (1898–1940).
133: Strobos, Tina (1920–2012).
134: Sugihara, Chiune (1900–1986).
135: Süskind, Walter (1906–1945).
136: Sylten, Werner (1893–1942).
137: Szenes, Hannah (1921–1944).
138: Sztehló, Gabor (1909–1974).
139: Ten Boom, Corrie (1892–1993).
140: Tenenbaum, Mordechaj (1916–1943).
141: Trocmé, André (1901–1971).
142: Ülkümen, Selahattin (1914–2003).
143: Veseli, Refik (1927–2000).
144: Vrba, Rudolf (1924–2006).
145: Wallenberg, Raoul (1912–1947).
146: Wdowiński, Dawid (1895–1970).
147: Wegner, Armin T. (1886–1978).
148: Weidner, Johan Hendrik (1912–1994).
149: Weidt, Otto (1883–1947).
150: Weissmandl, Chaim Michael Dov (1903–1957).
151: Weltsch, Robert (1891–1982).
152: Westerweel, Johan (1899–1944).
153: Winton, Nicholas (1909–2015).
154: Wittenberg, Yitzhak (1907–1943).
155: Wrobel, Eta (1916–2008).
156: Żabiński, Jan (1897–1974).
157: Zilberberg, Rachel (1920–1943).
158: Zimetbaum, Mala (1918–1944).
159: Zuckerman, Yitzhak (1915–1981).
160: Zwartendijk, Jan (1896–1976).
161: Zygielbojm, Shmuel (1895–1943).
Primary Source Documents.
Robert Weltsch, “Wear It with Pride, the Yellow Badge” (April 4, 1933).
Armin T. Wegner, Open Letter to Adolf Hitler (April 11, 1933).
Interrogation of Father Bernhard Lichtenberg by the Gestapo (October 25, 1941).
Resistance Proclamation, Vilna Ghetto (January 1, 1942).
Final Report of German Jewish Youth Movement (March 1942).
Anton Schmid to Steffi Schmid (April 13, 1942).
The White Rose Movement, Second Leaflet (1942).
Testimony of Sidney Simon, Forest Partisan (2009).
Emanuel Ringelblum on the Kashariyot in the Polish Ghettos (May 19, 1942).
Dutch Protest at the Deportation of Jews (July 1942).
Handbill: Call for Resistance in the Warsaw Ghetto (January 1943).
Statement: Call for Resistance in the Warsaw Ghetto (January 1943).
Mordecai Anielewicz to Yitzhak Zuckerman (April 23, 1943).
Shmuel Zygielbojm to Władysław Raczkiewicz and Władysław Sikorski (May 11, 1943).
The Pioneer (Warsaw), “The Ghetto Fights On” (May 12, 1943).
Unaish Hilari, “The Jewish Partisan” (1954).
Tadeusz Pankiewicz: “The ‘Eagle’ Pharmacy in the Kraków Ghetto”.
Yankiel Wiernik on the Revolt at Treblinka (August 2, 1943).
Call for Revolt in the Vilna Ghetto (September 1, 1943).
Alexander Pechersky on the Sobibor Revolt (October 14, 1943).
Hirsh Glik, “The Partisan Song” (1943).
Ruth Andreas-Friedrich, Diary (March 31, 1945).
Kurt Gerstein, Report (May 4, 1945).
Statement of Support, Siegbert Lewin, Regarding Otto Weidt (1946).
Chronology.