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Relief in Hungary and the failure of the Joel Brand mission 1 edition

Relief in Hungary and the failure of the Joel Brand mission
John Mendelsohn

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Relief in Hungary and the failure of the Joel Brand mission
Lawbook Exchange ed.
John Mendelsohn, editor ; Donald S. Detwiler, advisory editor ; introduction by John Mendelsohn

Published 2010 by Lawbook Exchange in Clark, NJ .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Memorandum on Hungary, particularly on ways to provide relief to the Hungarian Jews; undated, probably June 1944
Memoranda by the Vaad Hahatzala Emergency Committee to the executive director of the War Refugee Board, John W. Pehle, and to the assistant secretary of state, Adolf A. Berle, on rescue of the Jews in Hungary, May 17, 1944
Summary report on the activities of the War Refugee Board with respect to Jews in Hungary, Oct. 9, 1944
Interrogation transcript in German of SS Standartenführer Kurt Becher on the Brand mission, Mar. 2, 1948; includes interrogation summary
Interrogation transcript in German of SS Standartenführer Kurt Becher on proposed deals to exchange Hungarian Jews for war materiel, July 7, 1947; includes interrogation summary
Dossier on the Joel Brand mission
Paraphrase (#950) of a cable from the American embassy in Ankara to the secretary of state pertaining to the arrival of Joel Brand in Istanbul, May 25, 1944
Cable #676 from Steinhardt in Ankara to the secretary of state transmitting a memo by Rueben B. Resnik based on interviews with Joel Brand, June 5, 1944
Aide memoire of the British embassy, Washington, on the Brand proposal, June 5, 1944
Copy of letter from Nahum Goldmann of the Jewish Agency for Palestine to the under secretary of state suggesting the Soviets be informed of the Brand mission, June 7, 1944
Cable #679 from Ankara transmitting memorandum by Leslie A. Squires, American vice consul in Istanbul, on the background and activities of Joel Brand, June 8, 1944
Cable #514 from the secretary of state to the American embassy in Ankara on the Brand proposals, June 9, 1944
Cable #1460 from the secretary of state to the American embassy in Moscow on the Brand proposals, June 9, 1944
Cable #1055 from the American embassy in Ankara to the secretary of state on Brand's whereabouts, June 12, 1944
Cable #1815 from the American embassy in Lisbon to the secretary of state on Brand's travels, June 13, 1944
Paraphrase (#2152) of a cable from the American embassy in Moscow to the secretary of state on the Brand mission, June 15, 1944
Statement in German, signed Joe and datelined Budapest, on making available eight million Swiss francs for the Brand mission, June 15, 1944
Paraphrase (#2184) of a cable from the American embassy in Moscow to the secretary of state on Moscow's attitude toward the Brand negotiations, June 19, 1944
Letters from John W. Pehle to the secretaries of the treasury and war departments on the Joel Brand mission, June 19, 1944
Paraphrase (#81) of a cable from the American embassy in Jerusalem to the secretary of state on an interview of Brand with Moshe Shertok, an official of the Jewish Agency, June 19, 1944
Paraphrase (#546) of a cable from the secretary of state to the American embassy in Ankara on the Brand-Shertok meeting, June 19, 1944
Paraphrase (#82) of a cable from the American embassy in Jerusalem to the secretary of state on the progress of the Brand negotiations, June 19, 1944
Paraphrase (#556) of a cable from the secretary of state to the American embassy in Ankara repeating Moscow's attitude toward the negotiations, June 20, 1944
Memorandum for the file by Pehie on Moscow's attitude, June 21, 1944
Paraphrase (#1746) of a cable from the American legation in Cairo to the secretary of state on the Brand interview, June 22, 1944
Cable #1131 from the American embassy in Ankara to the secretary of state on continuation of deportation of Hungarian Jews, June 22, 1944
Cable #1941 from the American embassy in Lisbon to the secretary of state on the Brand proposals, June 23, 1944
Paraphrase (#1767) of a cable from the American legation in Cairo to the secretary of state on the Brand negotiations, June 23, 1944
Cable #1173 from the American embassy in Ankara to the secretary of state on a Brand interview by Ira Hirshmann, June 27, 1944
Memorandum for the files by F. Hodel of the War Refugee Board with proposed cables for Moscow and Ankara, June 28, 1944
Paraphrase (#89) of a cable from the American consulate in Jerusalem to the secretary of state on the efforts to detain Brand, June 29, 1944
Text of telegram from Anthony Eden and American analysis, July 1, 1944
Dossier on Hirschmann's interview with Brand in Cairo, June 15-July 3, 1944
Letter from the American embassy in Lisbon to the secretary of state with enclosures on the Brand proposals, July 4 and 5, 1944
Unsigned memorandum with further analysis of Anthony Eden's telegram (Document 31), July 6, 1944
Cable #1641 from the secretary of state to the American embassy in Moscow on the progress of the Brand mission, July 7,1944
Paraphrase of a cable from the American embassy in London to Ankara on the fluidity of the Brand situation, July 7, 1944
Memoranda of John W. Pehle in regard to his discussion with Admiral Leahy, July 8, 1944
Paraphrase (#97) of a cable from the American consulate in Jerusalem to the secretary of state transmitting an appeal to let Brand proceed, July 11, 1944
Paraphrase (#98) of a cable from the American consulate in Jerusalem to the secretary of state on the fate of the Brand mission, July 12, 1944
Letter to G. Warren in the Dept. of State with attachments from K.I. Poate of the British embassy in Washington on the Brand situation, July 18, 1944
Paraphrase (#5691) of a cable from the American embassy in London to the secretary of state indicating that no decision had been reached over the disposition of the Brand mission, July 19, 1944
Letter from Ira A. Hirschmann in Istanbul to Robert F. Kelley in Ankara asking him to transmit two cables to Washington, July 19, 1944
Letter from J.W. Pehle to John J. McCloy, July 20, 1944
Cable 5724 from the American embassy in London to the secretary of state on newspaper coverage of the Brand mission, July 20, 1944
Cable #1320 from the American embassy in Ankara to the secretary of state on Kastner's reaction to the Brand negotiations, July 20, 1944
Cable from Dr. Nahum Goldmann to J.W. Pehie on saving Hungarian Jews, July 20, 1944
Text of cables between the British Foreign Office and Madrid on a proposed meeting between Joseph Schwartz and an agent of the Germans, July 20, 1944
Memorandum for the files by L.S. Lesser on negotiations in Budapest, July 21, 1944
Cable #1335 from the American embassy in Ankara to the secretary of state on XXXVI proposals from Stockholm and Bern, July 21, 1944
Memorandum for the files by J.W. Pehle July 26, 1944
Letter to the acting secretary of state from J.W. Pehle on matters found in documents 45 and 47, July 27, 1944
Cable #2101 from the secretary of state to the American embassy in Lisbon on the meeting prohibition, July 27, 1944
Paraphrase (#5949) of a cable from the acting secretary of state to the American embassy in London forbidding Schwartz's Lisbon meeting, July 28, 1944
Cable #2112 from the acting secretary of state to the American embassy in Lisbon prohibiting Schwartz's meeting with a German agent, July 28, 1944
Cable #664 from the acting secretary of state to the American embassy in Ankara prohibiting the meeting with the German agent, July 28, 1944
Cable #2121 from the acting secretary of state to the American embassy in Madrid on the prohibition to meet the German agent, July 28, 1944
Cable #2374 from the American embassy in Lisbon to the secretary of state on Schwartz's reaction to the meeting prohibition, Aug. 1, 1944
Cable #682 from the acting secretary of state to the American embassy in Ankara on other German proposals, Aug. 5, 1944
Memorandum of a conversation with Brand by Ira A. Hirschmann in Jerusalem, Oct. 7, 1944.

Edition Notes

Originally published: New York : Garland Pub., 1982, as v. 15 in series The Holocaust : selected documents in eighteen volumes.

Includes bibliographical references.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
940.53/183509439
Library of Congress
D804.65 .R45 2010

The Physical Object

Pagination
249 p. :
Number of pages
249

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL24379279M
ISBN 10
1616190159
ISBN 13
9781616190156
LC Control Number
2009039404
OCLC/WorldCat
454367845

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