Nakam : jüdische Rache an NS-Tätern
Includes bibliographical references (pages 155-158).
173 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
Immediately after World War II, groups consisting of former partisans, survivors of concentration camps, and soldiers of the "Jewish Brigade" planned revenge against Nazi perpetrators. Focuses on the group called Nakam (Revenge) which was affiliated with the "Jewish Brigade" from Palestine. Based on interviews with former members of the group now living in Israel, recounts some of their revenge actions in Germany and Austria until they received the order to immigrate to Palestine in summer 1946. The interviewees were: Dov Shenkal (Bernhard Schenkel), Chaim Miller, Ollie Giveon, Leipke Distel, Olek Hirsch, Joseph Harmatz.
- Zinke, Peter, 1960-
- Eichmann, Adolf.
- Holocaust survivors.
- Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)--Influence.
- D804.3 .T62 2000
- In Oorlogsbronnen in set ggc_niod
- Gemeenschappelijk Geautomatiseerde Catalogiseersysteem (GGC)
The restitution of art objects seized by the Nazis from Holocaust victims and insurance claims of certain Holocaust victims and their ...
Thematische collectie: Kindertransporten 'Joodse kinderen in kamp Vught' - Interviews (2003) en documentaires (2007)