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<<contents page--book page v>> >Contents >Illustrations Acknowledgments Introduction Part I. Confronting the Information 1. Phases of acknowledging: Information, consciousness, mental and emotional processing<<HENRY: CHAPTER TITLES AND SUBTITLES CAN BE RATHER LENGTHY; SUGGEST NEW TITLES?>> 2. "And when no cure is available, witchcraft is not an option 3. Lightening Rod: Establishing the Rescue Committee Part II. 4. "Or We Shall Have No Repentance": Plans to Rescue Children 5. Dealing with the Devil: The 1942 and 1943 Ransom Plans 6. Between the Hammer and the Anvil in 1944: Continuing Efforts to Rescue Children and the Struggle for Immigration 7. The Secret Partnership 8. "If There is a One in a Million Hope": Attempts to Rescue Hungarian Jewry and the Negotiations toward the End of the War 9. Bombing to Deter and Stultify 10. On the Brink of the Abyss: Financial Maneuvers by Ben-Gurion and Kaplan--1942 to 1943 11. Financing Activity in Liberated Europe 12. The Jewish Agency Budget and Fund-raising Appeals in Palestine 13. Fundraising Campaigns Abroad 14. Money Transfers 15. Funding Aid and Rescue Operations: A Summary Conclusion Notes Bibliography Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: World War, 1939-1945 Jews Rescue, Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)Jews Palestine Politics and government 20th century, Ben-Gurion, David, 1886-1973