Dimensions of Allied response to Hitler's 'Jewish Politics' and the deepening of the trap; 9.
Missed opportunities; The Intelligence Services and rescue options; The Jewish 'Refugee Traffic': the road to Biltmore and its ramifications; American wartime realities ; Roosevelt, Stimson, and the Palestine question: British inputs; Various methods of rescue; Part III. Istanbul, Geneva and Jerusalem; How the Holocaust in Slovakia was suspended: the 'Europa Plan'; The significance of the British Decrypts; The 'Small Season': Begin's rebellion; The origins of the Budapest 'Rescue Committee'; The WRB and the extension of the trap: the 'Dogwood' chain; The double Hungarian debacle; Part IV.
The Zionist initiatives; Rescue, allied intelligence and the SS; Hungarian rescue deals in allied eyes; How the missions were born; The demise of a rescue mission; Open and secret war schemes and realities; The train; The bombing controversy: Albert Speer and Solly Zuckerman; The 'Great Season'; The intellectual origins of Ben-Gurion's Zionism 2.
The Holocaust and its lessons 3. Ben-Gurion between left and right 4.
From the war to the 'Lavon Affair' 6. His scholarship has focused on Nazi Germany during the Holocaust, Israeli domestic and foreign policy, nuclear proliferation in the Middle East, 'Post-Zionism', and current anti-Zionism. Translator Naftali Greenwood This title is available for institutional purchase via Cambridge Core Cambridge Core offers access to academic eBooks from our world-renowned publishing programme.
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