Table of contents for Buried by the Times : the Holocaust and America's most important newspaper / Laurel Leff.

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Introduction: `The Last Voice from the Abyss'
Part I 1933 -- 1941
Chapter 1 `Not a Jewish Problem': The Publisher's Perspective on
the Nazis' Rise
and the Refugee Crisis
Chapter 2 'This Here Is Germany': Reporting from the Berlin Bureau
Chapter 3 'Worthy of France': The Vichy Government's Anti-Semitic
Laws and Concentration Camps
Chapter 4 `A New Life in Nazi-Built Ghettos': German Domination of
Poland, Rumania and the Baltic States
Part II 1942 -- 1945
Chapter 5 `To Awaken the Conscience of Christendom': Pressure to
Publicize the First News of the Extermination Campaign
Chapter 6 `Amidst the Advertisements on Page 19': Placement
Decisions and the Role of the News Editors
Chapter 7 `All Jews Are Not Brothers': The Publisher's Battle with
Chapter 8 `The Semitic Question Should Be Avoided': German
Atrocities and U.S. Government Propaganda
Chapter 9 `Final Phase of Supreme Tragedy Has Begun': The War
Refugee Board and the Destruction of Hungary's Jews
Chapter 10 'Political Prisoners, Slave Laborers and Civilians of Many
Nationalities': The Liberation of the Concentration Camps
Chapter 11 `Lessons from the Hitler Tragedy': The Publisher and the Aftermath
of War
Conclusion: `The Horrible Story Was Not Told'

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Press coverage -- United States.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Press coverage -- United States.
New York Times Company.
Journalism -- Social aspects -- United States.