Death in the Forest: The Story of the Katyn Forest Massacre

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INDEX

A
"A" company atrocity, 189
A. F. of L., 42
Ageton, Arthur A., 14n
Ahrens (Arnes), Col., 50, 55, 69, 76n
Aleksandrowicz, priest, 139
Alexandrovitch, Soviet officer, 119
American Committee for the Investigation of the Katyn Massacre, Inc., 186-187
American Journal of Psychiatry, The, 164n
American prisoners of war, 144-145, 162, 168n,190
Amtliches Material zum Massenmord von Katyn, see German Report
Anders, Władysław, 6, 7-8, 10, 32, 71, 72, 78, 113, 123, 153; notes on 13, 76, 97, 125, 163, 193
Annals, The, American Academy of Political and Social Science, 197n
Announcement of Japanese Ministry . . . on Repatriation, . . ., 168n
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, 166
Ardeatine Caves executions, 94
Army Almanac: . . . , The, 197n
Arnes, Col., see Ahrens, Col.
Arski, Stefan, 191n
Autopsies, 17, 86-87, 93-94
Avengers of Katyn, 170

B
"B," witness, 107-108
Barge story, 113
Bartys, Jan, 109
Basilevsky, Prof., 67, 69, 75n
Battle for the Mind, Sargant, 164n
Bayonet wounds, as evidence, 20, 23, 55, 93, 111
Bazilevsky, B. V., 50
Beck, Dr., 61-64, 74n, 99n
Beddie, James Stuart, 12n
Bedenk, Col., 69, 76n
Belgium, 17, 20
Beria, 127, 148, 155 "great mistake" comment, 149-150, 170
Berle, Asst. Sec., 47
Berlin, 62
Berling, Gen., 149-154, 166n,169-170
Bez Ostatniego Rozdziału. . . ., Anders, notes on,13, 76, 97
Bibliographical sources, 99n German, 194n Polish, 193n-194n Soviet, 194n

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • DEATH ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Contents xi
  • Illustrations xiii
  • Abbreviations xv
  • I- The Prisoners Who Vanished 3
  • II- The Graves in the Forest 15
  • III- The Inconvenient Allies-- Alive and Dead 29
  • IV- The Soviet Commission Investigation 49
  • V- Nuremberg- Crime and Punishment in International Politics 59
  • VI- Analysis of the Evidence 77
  • VII- Reconstruction- To the Edge of the Graves 101
  • Vlll Reconstruction- Marked to Live and Marked to Die 127
  • IX- Problems Caused by Katyn after the War 169
  • Appendix 199
  • Index 219
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