Table of contents for Diplomat heroes of the Holocaust / by Mordecai Paldiel ; introduction by Richard Holbrooke; preface by Arthur Schneier.

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Diplomat Heroes of the Holocaust
1. Why Diplomats: The Significance of Their Action	1
2. Nazi Germany: Where It All Began	5
Francis Foleyâ¿¿England, Jose Santaellaâ¿¿Spain, Constantin Karadjaâ¿¿ Romania, 
Jean-Edouard Friedrichâ¿¿Switzerland, Aracy De Carvalhoâ¿¿ Brazil, Feng Shan 
Hoâ¿¿China, Ernst Prodollietâ¿¿Switzerland
3. Lithuania: Where Is Curaçao?	39
Jan Zwartendijkâ¿¿Netherlands, Chiune Sugiharaâ¿¿Japan
4. France: To Leave in a Hurry	61
Luis Martins de Souza Dantasâ¿¿Brazil, Aristides de Sousa Mendesâ¿¿ Portugal
5. Denmark: An Unforeseen Miracle	89
Georg Ferdinand Duckwitzâ¿¿Germany
6. Warsaw, Genoa, and Rhodes: Yugoslav, Swedish, and
Turkish Diplomats	103
Franjo Puncuchâ¿¿Yugoslavia, Elow Kihlgrenâ¿¿Sweden, Selahattin
ÿlkümen⿿Turkey
7. Budapest: The Apocalypse	111
Carl Lutz⿿Switzerland; Harald Feller⿿Switzerland, Peter Zürcher and Ernst 
Vonrufsâ¿¿Switzerland, Friedrich Bornâ¿¿International Red Cross, Raoul 
Wallenbergâ¿¿Sweden, Per Angerâ¿¿Sweden, Lars Bergâ¿¿Sweden,
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Carl Ivar Danielssonâ¿¿Sweden, Valdemar Langletâ¿¿Sweden, Florian 
Manoliuâ¿¿Romania, Angel Sanz-Brizâ¿¿Spain, Giorgio Perlascaâ¿¿Italy, Angelo 
Rottaâ¿¿Vatican
8. Also Meriting Mention and Praise	201
9. Conclusions	217
Bibliography	219
Notes	223
Index	235
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Righteous Gentiles in the Holocaust -- Biography.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Personal narratives.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews -- Rescue.
Diplomats -- Biography.