Evreii sub regimul Antonescu

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Editura Hasefer, 1998 - Počet stran: 430
A study of the fate of Romania's Jews from August 1940 (publication of the statute of the Jews) to the fall of Antonescu in August 1944. Discusses the anti-Jewish legislation and persecutions, the pogroms in Bucharest and Iaşi in 1941, the massacres in Bukovina and Bessarabia, the deportations to Transnistria, as well as the survival of the Jews in the Old Kingdom (Regat) and the returnees from Transnistria. Discusses, also, the figure of Ion Antonescu and his ambiguous role in the perpetration of the crimes against Romanian Jews. The research is based on documents found in the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, most of which originated in the archives of the Romanian army headquarters, the Romanian Information Service, and the State and Foreign Affairs Ministry, as well as archives in Kishinev, Chernivtsy, Odessa, and Nikolayev. Pp. 310-324 deal with the persecution of Gypsies in Romania. The last 17 pp. contain photographs.

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