RELIEF IN HUNGARY AND THE FAILURE OF THE JOEL BRAND MISSION HOLOCAUST SERIES - VOLUME 15
Item #: 70331
Pages: xvii, 249 pp.
Published: Washington; American Institute of Int'l. Law; Reprinted in 2010.
Subjects: EUROPEAN COMMUNITY
As the fortunes of war turned against the Germans, the Naziswere willing to trade Jewish lives for urgently neededcommodities. They hoped also that negotiating only with theWestern Allies might drive a wedge into the Grand Alliance.Nowhere was this more apparent than in Hungary and in thenegotiations involving Joel Brand, an officer of the Assis-tance and Rescue Committee in Budapest. Brand went toIstanbul with a Nazi offer to spare the lives of a millionJews in return for 10,000 trucks (to be used only againstthe Russians) and a few other commodities. The Britisharrested Brand when he entered Syria from Turkey anddenounced the truck deal; and the slaughter of HungarianJews continued.Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
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