Collect and Record! Jewish Holocaust Documentation in Early Postwar Europe

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INDEX
Abetz, Otto, 63
Abramovich, Sholem Yankev, 19
accidental selection, documents, 170, 203
activists
connecting history and memory, 186–187
influencing future historians, 131
The Activity of Jewish Organizations in Occupied France, 68
Adler, H. G., 41–42
African Americans, slavery, 229n6
AJDC (American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee), 5, 7, 13, 16, 29, 65, 92, 122
Displaced Persons camps, 125
financial assistance to CŻKH, 102
investment in France, 72
Ajzersztajn, Betti, 130
Aleksiun, Natalia, 31
Alexander II (Tsar), 20
Alitzka,S.,130
Alliance Israelite Universelle (AIU), 7, 55,166
Alltagsgeschichte avant la lettre, 10,199, 201
Alperin, Aron, 72
Amalek
future Holocaust research, 146–147
poster of historical commission, 143
remembering and not forgetting, 144
American Jewish Committee, 72, 73, 168, 244n188
American Jewish Labor Committee, 72, 73, 99, 109
American Joint Distribution Committee (AJDC/ Joint), see AJDC
American Military Tribunal, Nuremberg, 7, 45, 64, 166, 175
American War Crimes Commission, 268n240
Aminado, Don, 55, 66, 207
Anglo-American Allied Control Council, 124
An-ski, S., 25, 26, 30, 32, 37
Ansky, Michel, 70
anti-Nazi resistance, 277n1
anti-Semitism, 8, 9
American Jewish Committee, 168
Austria, 125,151
Christian, 151
contamination of research, 173
documentation, 175, 182, 203
French, 47, 49, 57–58
Germany, 125
Italy, 125–126
Nazism, 167
Poland, 111, 112,114
Russian, 232n60
stereotypes, 124–125, 192
Armée Juive, Jewish resistance, 61–62, 69
Armenianians, Turkish genocide, 229n6
Armia Krajowa (AK), 85
Aryanization
Jewish property, 135, 138, 163, 167
racial laws and policies, 236n6
Aryanization policies, 48, 49, 51
Aryan papers, survival on, 104, 108
Association for the Defense against Antisemitism, 234n109
Association of Foreign Jewish Volunteers, Second World War, 176
Association of Polish Jews in France, 272n30
Asz, Menachem Marek, 6, 89, 130, 207
Auerbach, Pesach, 23
Auerbach, Rachel, 91, 95, 102, 120, 130, 194, 197–198, 207–208
Aufbau, 72
Auriol, Vincent, 78, 166
Auschwitz-Birkenau
Birkenau extermination camp, 108
Blumental’s accounting of deaths, 115–116
death camp, 48, 114
exhibition, 168
Friedman’s history of, 102
resistance, 177
Sonderkommando, 33
symbolizing crime against humanity, 119–120, 193

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