The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos, 1933-1945 - Vol. 2

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THE UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM
Encyclopedia of
CAMPS AND
GHETTOS,
1933–1945

VOLUME II

Ghettos in German-Occupied Eastern Europe

Part A

Volume Editor Martin Dean

Contributing Editor Mel Hecker

Advisory Committee

Doris L. Bergen

Christopher R. Browning

David Engel

Willard A. Fletcher

Peter Hayes

Michael R. Marrus

Nechama Tec

Published in association with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS • Bloomington and Indianapolis

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Summary of Contents vii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Maps xxiii
  • Preface xxv
  • Introduction xxvii
  • Acknowledgments xli
  • Editor’s Introduction xliii
  • Reader’s Guide xlix
  • Section I - Incorporated Eastern Territories 1
  • Zichenau Region 3
  • Warthegau Region 33
  • Eastern Upper Silesia Region 131
  • Section II - Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia (Protektorat BÖhmen Und MÄhren) 177
  • TerezÍn 179
  • Section III - General Government (Generalgouvernement) 185
  • Radom Region 187
  • Warsaw Region 357
  • Warsaw Region (Distrikt Warschau) 358
  • KrakÓw Region 475
  • Lublin Region 603
  • Lublin Region (Distrikt Lublin) 604
  • BaranÓw Nad Wieprzem 611
  • Eastern Galicia Region 743
  • Section IV - BiaŁYstok Region (Distrikt Bialystok) 855
  • BiaŁYstok Region 857
  • Section V - Reich Commissariat Ostland [Reichskommissariat Ostland] 989
  • Estonia and Latvia Regions 991
  • Lithuania Region 1031
  • Weissruthenien Region 1159
  • Section VI - Reich Commissariat Ukraine (Reichskommissariat Ukraine) 1313
  • Volhynia and Podolia Region 1315
  • Zhytomyr Region 1509
  • Kiev Region 1583
  • Nikolaev and Dnepropetrovsk Regions 1613
  • Section VII - Regions of the USSR under German Military Occupation 1637
  • Eastern Belorussia Region 1639
  • Eastern Ukraine and Crimea Region 1755
  • Occupied Russian Territory 1781
  • Section VIII - German-Occupied Greece 1841
  • Thessalonike 1843
  • List of Abbreviations 1849
  • List of Contributors 1865
  • About the Editor 1871
  • Names Index 1873
  • Places Index 1917
  • Organizations and Enterprises Index 1951
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