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original documents and reports, letters and diaries of Ghetto fighters; in
vol. 2, biographies of 217 ghetto fighters killed by the Nazis. The Yiddish
edition is an enlarged and revised edition of the previously published two
Hebrew editions (Tel Aviv, 1946 and 1947).
ig e r
Sh .,
ed. Kidush hashem (Sanctification of the Divine Name): a collection
o f . . . records, letters, chronicles . . . poems . . . essays . . . .
New York,
CYCO, 1948. 1116 p.
About Warsaw: p. 26-114, 161-201, 667-674, 689-699, 738-748.
io t r o w sk i
, S
t a n i s l a w
Sprawozdanie Juergensa Stroopa (The report of J.
Stroop). Warsaw, Ksiazka, 1948. 108 p.
General J . Stroop, the Nazi Commander of the German troups in the
Warsaw ghetto uprising, submitted a very detailed day-by-day report to his
superiors. Piotrowski, the head of the Polish Delegation to the International
War Crimes Tribunal in Nuremberg, made a careful critical analysis of both
extant manuscript variations of Stroop’s report.
t r o o p
J.). La bataille du Ghetto de Varsovie (The battle of the Warsaw
ghetto). Preface by David Knout. Paris, CDJC, 1946. 88 p.
Full text of Stroop’s report in French translation. The German original
and English edition had not been published separately but are included in the
official U. S. publications:
Trial of Major War Criminals before the Inter-
national Military Tribunal
(Nuremberg, 1947, 42 vols.) and
Nazi Conspiracy
and aggression
(8 vols. plus 2 supplementary vols.).
---------. Answer to the questionnaire of the Jewish Historical Institute, steno-
graphic minutes of interviews and an affidavit by J. Stroop.
vol. 1,
no. 3-4 (1948), p. 166-185; vol. 3, no. 1-2 (1950), p. 158-171.
Stroop was brought for trial to Warsaw and while in prison was inter-
viewed by members of the Jewish Historical Institute and wrote his affidavit
and answer to a questionnaire.
u e r b a c h
, R
a c h e l
Der Yidisher Oyfshtand Warshe 1943 (The Jewish uprising
Warsaw 1943). Warsaw, Central Committee of the Polish Jews, 1948.
95 p.
A concise and well written survey based on source materials and personal
e rm ish
, J
o s e p h
The testament of the Warsaw Ghetto. New York
, vol. XVIII, no. 9 (Sept. 1951), p. 9-14.
An abridged edition of an essay published in Tel Aviv
Goldene Keyt,
no. 9
(1951), p. 134-162.
---------. The operation of Gen. Stroop.
no. 1 (1951), p. 69-88.
---------. Oyfshtand in Warshewer Ghetto (The uprising in ghetto Warsaw).
Buenos Aires, CFPJ, 1948. 148 p. Illustrated.
A minutious scholarly research based on first hand sources, mainly on
Stroop’s report. The book was first published in Polish (Lodz, CHJC, 1946).
Maladie de famine.
Warsaw, American Joint Distribution Committee, 1946.
264 p. Photos.
Translated from the original Polish edition (Warsaw, AJDC, 1946). The
volume contains studies and clinical research on Jewish children in Warsaw
Ghetto in 1942 by the physicians Dr. I. Milejkowski, J. Stem, Juljan Flieder-
baum, Braude-Hellerowa, E. Apfelbaum, M. Szajnman and Szymon Fajgen-
blatt. None of the physicians survived but their manuscripts were saved and
published by the late director of AJDC in Poland, David Guzik.
a r k
, B
e r l
Hurves dertzayln . . (Xfre ruins tell the story . .) . Lodz, Dos Naye
Lebn, 1947. 395 p. Illustrated.
A comprehensive scholarly elaboration of the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
This revised and enlarged edition was preceded by various editions in Yiddish
(Paris, 1945; Moscow, 1947); Hebrew (Tel Aviv, 1945); and Polish (Moscow,
Paris, 1945). The book was subjected to severe criticism for the author’s