Walking with the Damned: The Shocking Murder of the Man who Freed 30,000 Prisoners from the Nazis

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Paragon House, 1992 - Всего страниц: 326
One of the best untold stories of World War II and its aftermath, this tragic tale interweaves two amazing plots: how Count Folke Bernadotte of Sweden pursuaded high-ranking Nazis to spare the lives of nearly 30,000 death camp inmates, and why Jewish extremists assassinated Bernadotte in Jerusalem in 1948.

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Tedious account of riveting events surrounding Count Folke Bernadotte's release of prisoners from German concentration camps and his subsequent assassination, by Schwarz (co-author, The Peter Lawford ... Читать весь отзыв

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RESCUE FROM RAVENSBRÜCK
3
AN UNLIKELY HERO
11
GERMANYS OTHER FÜHRER
23
CONSOLIDATION OF NAZI POWER
43
THE JEWS
75
THE RISE OF JEWISH REBELS
87
TERRORISM AND THE BRITISH
97
MOVING TO WAR
121
THE CONCENTRATION CAMPS
137
THE BERNADOTTE MISSION
211
Wars IMMEDIATE AFTERMATH
257
Selected Bibliography
313
Index
319
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