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The Holocaust, the French, and the Jews

by Susan Zuccotti

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Published by BasicBooks in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Places:
  • France,
  • France.
    • Subjects:
    • Jews -- Persecutions -- France.,
    • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- France.,
    • France -- Ethnic relations.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [291]-366) and index.

      StatementSusan Zuccotti.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS135.F83 Z83 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 383 p. :
      Number of Pages383
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1745182M
      ISBN 100465030343
      LC Control Number92054519

      1 Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, Laurence Steinhardt Papers (henceforth referred to as Steinhardt Papers), Box Report on Evacuation of Jews from Europe, Febru , Laurence Steinhardt served as the United States Ambassador at Ankara from to 2 Ibid., 3 Ibid., 4 Ibid.. 5 Ibid., 6 United States National Archives, College Park, Maryland. Zuccotti, author of the National Jewish Book Award-winner Italians and the Holocaust, attributes their survival partly to "benign neglect"--the vast majority of French men and women kept silent, allowing Jews to remain in hiding or to cross borders/5(10).

        But, curiously, the best film about the Holocaust, Shoah, directed by the French Jew Claude Lanzmann, had nothing to say about the deportation of (in total) 76, Jews from France.   The French have tended to confront their record under Nazi occupation with a mixture of denial, silence and myth. The second world war was not on the school curriculum until Textbooks scarcely mentioned the Holocaust. No French leader from de Gaulle to Mitterrand acknowledged the state’s part in deporting Jews to Nazi death camps.

      The history of the Jews in France deals with the Jews and Jewish communities in has been a Jewish presence in France since at least the early Middle was a center of Jewish learning in the Middle Ages, but persecution increased as the Middle Ages wore on, including multiple expulsions and returns. During the French Revolution in the late 18th century, France was the.   Susan Zuccotti taught Holocaust history and modern French history at Barnard and Columbia Colleges, New York University, and Trinity College in Hartford, CT. She is the author of the award-winning Under His Very Windows: The Vatican and the Holocaust in Italy and currently is an independent historian living in New York City.


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This book discusses these topics in detail, and includes Jews with French citizenship, Jews living legally in France, and Jews who were living /5(10).

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The Holocaust was a genocide on a scale never before seen, with as many as twelve million people killed in Nazi death camps—six million of them Jews. Gail Herman traces the rise of Hitler and the Nazis, whose rabid anti-Semitism led first to humiliating anti-Jewish laws, then to ghettos all over Eastern Europe, and ultimately to the Final.

Despite the French Vichy regime's complicity in the roundup and deportation of Jews to Nazi death camps, roughly three-fourths of France's Jews, an estimatedpeople, survived.

Zuccotti, author. In a vividly narrated reexamination of the historical record, Zuccotti (History/Barnard; Italians and the And the Jews book, ) tells the horrifying story of the fate of French Jews at the hands of the Nazis and their Vichy collaborators. With its egalitarian legacy from the French Revolution, France was traditionally one of Europe's most enlightened societies in extending civil rights to : Susan Zuccotti.

Get this from a library. The Holocaust, the French, and the Jews. [Susan Zuccotti; Mazal Holocaust Collection.] -- Many recent books and movies have documented the collaboration of the French authorities with the anti-Jewish German policies of World War II.

Yet about 76 percent of France's Jews survived - more. This database, based upon the French Deportation Lists, contains names of Jews deported from France between and While this information is very similar to the Klarsfeld book 'Memorial to the Jews Deported From France' (see FR), this electronic version often includes information not found in the book.

Zuccotti (The Italians and the Holocaust, LJ 2/15/87) has written another fine, highly readable Holocaust study. While(or 76 percent) of France's Jews survived the war, they survived despite the vicious anti-Semitism of the Vichy government, which often zealously anticipated Nazi requests for rooting out Jews--especially foreign-born Jews--and deporting them on trains to Author: Susan Zuccotti.

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What We Can Learn About Being Good From a Village That Saved Thousands During the Holocaust Vivarais-Lignon, Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, in France in Feb. Alamy Stock PhotoAuthor: Maggie Paxson. The book, written after her second attempt to cross illegally into Switzerland succeeded, has an interesting history.

It was published inand it was completely forgotten until a copy was found in a French attic inleading to its republication. Alphabetical listings, by transport, of c. 70, Jews deported from France ().

Entries include birthplace, age, and nationality. Additional lists contain the names of 5, Jews who died in French internment camps or were executed by the Nazis in France. At the same time, the French Resistance became a significant and broad-based movement whose members – Jews and non-Jews alike – engaged in armed underground activities and rescue operations.

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It is, naturally, more concerned than Ms. Lipstadt's book with Holocaust denial in France, and occasionally assumes that the reader is acquainted with French intellectual currents. Why did the EXPRESS, a famous French newspaper, in Januaryassert that the gas-chamber shown for decades in Auschwitz I, was reconstructed after the war, and that all that concerns it, is false.

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