THE GREEK JEWS AND THE HOLOCAUST - NOTES
- Theodoros Thomopoulos, To Agrinio (1954), 60.
- Jason Horowitz, International Herald Tribune (6/12/2004)
- Edwin Black, The Transfer Agreement (Brookline Books,
- Shmuley Boteach, International Jerusalem Post, April 30,
- David Wyman, The Abandonment of the Jews (Pantheon Books,
- Markos Vafiadis, Apomnimonemvata (Nea Synora, 1985) 84.
- Dr. Joseph Stroumtsa, “After 2000 Years the Jewish Community of Veria Is No
- Dr. Michael Matsas, The Illusion of Safety (New York:
Pella Publishing, 1997) 104
- National Archives R-2494 (3/8/1944).
- The first one to write about the battle of Karalaka was a Jewish partisan who was
wounded in the ambush. It was published anonymously by the “Israelitiko Vima” No. 25,
May 17, 1946. Five Jewish families from Larissa were captured by a German SS Battalion
near Mt. Olympus. Three Jewish men attempted to escape and they were killed. The fourth
was successful and he informed the nearby battalion of ELAS, which ambushed the Germans,
killing 242 men and liberating the Jews. There were 11 partisans dead and 10 wounded.
Albert Levi of New York read about.the battle in my book. He made a special trip to
Greece and found the location where a monument was erected. He sent me a photo of it.
The names of the 11 partisans and the 3 Greek Jews are carved on the marble in
- Richard Breitman, Official Secrets – What the Nazis Planned,
What the British and Americans Knew (Hill and Wang, 1998) 124.
- Arthur Morse, While Six Million Died (New York: Ace Publishing,
- Hanoch Teller, “Unfashionable Causes,” Jerusalem Post
(11/20/1993), excerpt from Reverence, Righteousness, and Rahmanut
(NJ: Jason Aronson, 1993).
- Arthur Morse, ibid, 25.
- National Archives, Cairo Egypt, No. 86, from Ambassador Lincoln MacVeagh to
Secretary of State REC-435.
- FDR Library, War Refugee Board, container No. 6, 109.
- NOKW 1915 Nos. 3784/44 and 6493/44.
- Miklos Nyiszli, MD, Auschwitz (Greenwich, CT, 1960), 83.