Secret intelligence and the Holocaust : collected essays from the colloquium at the City University of New York Graduate Center / edited by David Bankier.

Conference on the Holocaust and Intelligence (2003 : City University of New York) [Browse]
New York : Enigma Books ; Jerusalem : Yad Vashem, c2006.
xv, 379 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.


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  • Includes index.
  • Sponsored by The Sella Family Foundation, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, The Museum of Jewish Heritage, Yad Vashem, and the Graduate Center of CUNY.
The Holocaust and intelligence documents / Gerhard L. Weinberg -- Intelligence and the Holocaust / Richard Breitman -- How ULTRA and Magic intelligence about the Holocaust was disseminated in the United States during World War II / Robert Hanyok -- OSS X-2 and rescue efforts during the Holocaust / Shlomo Aronson -- Istanbul 1942-1945 : the Kollek-Avriel and Berman-Ofner networks / Tuvia Friling -- True confessions : Allied intelligence, German prisoners, Nazi murders / Norman J.W. Goda -- The French military secret services and the Holocaust, 1940-1945 : omission, blindness, or failure? / Sébastien Laurent -- The best information service in Europe? : Vatican intelligence and the final solution / David Alvarez -- Adolf Eichmann : new information from British Signals Intelligence / Stephen Tyas -- An NKVD residentura (residency) in the Warsaw Ghetto, 1941-42 / Piotr Wróbel -- Foreign intelligence in a new paradigm : Amt VI of the Reich Main Security Office (RSHA) / Katrin Paehler -- Confessions of wrong-doing, or, how to save yourself from the hangman? : an analysis of British and American intelligence reports of the activities of SS-Einsatzgruppenführer Otto Ohlendorf, May-December 1945 / Hilary Earl -- Police auxiliaries for Operation Reinhard : shedding light on the Trawniki Training Camp through documents from behind the Iron Curtain / Peter R. Black.
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