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Conscripted slaves : Hungarian Jewish forced laborers on the Eastern Front during the Second World War / Robert Rozett.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: DS135.H9 R697 2013

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    "From the spring of 1942 until the summer of 1944, some 45,000 Jewish men were forced to accompany Hungarian troops to the battle zone of the Soviet Union. Some 80% of the Jewish forced laborers never returned home. They fell prey to battle, starvation, disease, and grinding labor, aggravated immensely by brutality and even outleft murder at the hands of the Hungarian soldiers responsible for them. This study constitutes a unique and invaluable chapter in the mosaic of Holocaust history. The laborers' personal accounts speak powerfully to every Jewish family that lived under Hungarian rule during the Holocaust years, because it is their own personal story. But it is not one to be kept in the family alone, since it is profoundly relevant to all people."
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Rozett, Robert. author.
    Published
    Jerusalem : Yad Vashem, International Instutute for Holocaust Research, [2013]
    ©2013
    Locale
    Hungary
    Other Authors/Editors
    International Institute for Holocaust Research. issuing body.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9789653084483
    9653084488
    Physical Description
    288 pages : maps ; 23 cm

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