Holokaus (Indonesian Wikipedia)

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google.co.ukbooks.google.co.uk↓ (75)7570114
archive.orgweb.archive.org↓ (17), archive.org↓ (6)2325
ushmm.orgushmm.org↓ (17)1712592722
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amazon.com

  • 252. Shoah Research Center;– Albania [4] The Jews of Albania during the Zogist and Second World War Periods [5] Diarsipkan 2007-09-27 di Wayback Machine. and see also Norman H. Gershman's book Besa: Muslims Who Saved Jews in World War II – for reviews etc [6] (all consulted June 24, 2010)

archive.jta.org

archive.org

archives.gov

bbc.co.uk

books.google.ca

  • 7. Niewyk, Donald L. and Nicosia, Francis R. The Columbia Guide to the Holocaust, Columbia University Press, 2000, hlm. 45–52.
  • 8. Donald Niewyk suggests that the broadest definition, including Soviet civilian deaths, would produce a death toll of 17 million. Google Books Estimates of the death toll of non-Jewish victims vary by millions, partly because the boundary between death by persecution and death by starvation and other means in a context of total war is unclear. Overall, about 5.7 million (78 percent) of the 7.3 million Jews in occupied Europe perished (Gilbert, Martin. Atlas of the Holocaust 1988, pp. 242–244). This was in contrast to the five to 11 million (1.4 percent to 3.0 percent) of the 360 million non-Jews in German-dominated Europe. Small, Melvin and J. David Singer. Resort to Arms: International and civil Wars 1816–1980 and Berenbaum, Michael. A Mosaic of Victims: Non-Jews Persecuted and Murdered by the Nazis, New York: New York University Press, 1990

books.google.co.uk

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books.google.cz

bosnjaci.net

britannica.com

  • 2. "Holocaust," Encyclopaedia Britannica, 2009: "the systematic state-sponsored killing of six million Jewish men, women and children, and millions of others by Nazi Germany and its collaborators during World War II. The Nazis called this "the final solution to the Jewish question ..."

chgs.umn.edu

david-kahn.com

  • 243. Wilhelm Höttl, an SS officer and a Doctor of History, testified at the Nuremberg Trials and Eichmann's trial that at a meeting he had with Eichmann in Budapest in late August 1944, "Eichmann ... told me that, according to his information, some 6,000.000 (six million) Jews had perished until then – 4,000.000 (four million) in extermination camps and the remaining 2,000.000 (two million) through shooting by the Operations Units and other causes, such as disease, etc."[1] Diarsipkan 2013-06-05 di Wayback Machine.[2] Diarsipkan 2009-04-09 di Wayback Machine.[3] Diarsipkan 2013-05-17 di Wayback Machine.

ds-rs.si

  • 237. The number of Slovenes estimated to have died as a result of the Nazi occupation (not including those killed by Slovene collaboration forces and other Nazi allies) is estimated between 20.000 and 25,000 people. This number only includes civilians: killed Slovene partisan POW and resistance fighters killed in action are not included (their number is estimated to 27,000). These numbers however include only Slovenes from present-day Slovenia: it does not include Carinthian Slovene victims, nor Slovene victims from areas in present-day Italy and Croatia. These numbers are result of a 10 year long research by the Institute for Contemporary History (Inštitut za novejšo zgodovino) from Ljubljana, Slovenia. The partial results of the research have been released in 2008 in the volume Žrtve vojne in revolucije v Sloveniji (Ljubljana: Institute for Conetmporary History, 2008), and officially presented at the Slovenian National Council ([File:ttp://www.ds-rs.si/?q=publikacije/zborniki/Zrtve_vojne]). The volume is also available online: [File:http://www.ds-rs.si/dokumenti/publikacije/Zbornik_05-1.pdf Diarsipkan 2011-07-19 di Wayback Machine.]
  • 283. "Salinan arsip" (PDF). Diarsipkan dari versi asli (PDF) tanggal 2011-07-19. Diakses tanggal 2012-10-13. 

en.auschwitz.org.pl

errolmorris.com

fordham.edu

fzp.net.pl

  • 194. "FZP.net.pl". FZP.net.pl. Diarsipkan dari versi asli tanggal 2008-05-06. Diakses tanggal July 31, 2010. 

gendercide.org

ghwk.de

google.com

grandlodgescotland.com

guardian.co.uk

heimat.de

  • 252. Shoah Research Center;– Albania [4] The Jews of Albania during the Zogist and Second World War Periods [5] Diarsipkan 2007-09-27 di Wayback Machine. and see also Norman H. Gershman's book Besa: Muslims Who Saved Jews in World War II – for reviews etc [6] (all consulted June 24, 2010)

hetillegaleparool.nl

hic.hr

history.ucsb.edu

history1900s.about.com

hnn.us

holocaustchronicle.org

huffingtonpost.com

interliber.com

jewishagency.org

jewishgen.org

jewishvirtuallibrary.org

journals.cambridge.org

  • 316. Augustine, Dolores, Book Review of Niven, Bill, The Buchenwald Child: Truth, Fiction, and Propaganda in Central European History 41:01, Cambridge University Press

mfa.gov.il

motlc.learningcenter.wiesenthal.org

news.bbc.co.uk

niniwa2.cba.pl

nizkor.org

  • 243. Wilhelm Höttl, an SS officer and a Doctor of History, testified at the Nuremberg Trials and Eichmann's trial that at a meeting he had with Eichmann in Budapest in late August 1944, "Eichmann ... told me that, according to his information, some 6,000.000 (six million) Jews had perished until then – 4,000.000 (four million) in extermination camps and the remaining 2,000.000 (two million) through shooting by the Operations Units and other causes, such as disease, etc."[1] Diarsipkan 2013-06-05 di Wayback Machine.[2] Diarsipkan 2009-04-09 di Wayback Machine.[3] Diarsipkan 2013-05-17 di Wayback Machine.
  • 243. Wilhelm Höttl, an SS officer and a Doctor of History, testified at the Nuremberg Trials and Eichmann's trial that at a meeting he had with Eichmann in Budapest in late August 1944, "Eichmann ... told me that, according to his information, some 6,000.000 (six million) Jews had perished until then – 4,000.000 (four million) in extermination camps and the remaining 2,000.000 (two million) through shooting by the Operations Units and other causes, such as disease, etc."[1] Diarsipkan 2013-06-05 di Wayback Machine.[2] Diarsipkan 2009-04-09 di Wayback Machine.[3] Diarsipkan 2013-05-17 di Wayback Machine.

nyed.uscourts.gov

nytimes.com

pbs.org

  • 223. A film with scenes from the liberation of Dachau, Buchenwald, Belsen and other Nazi concentration camps, supervised by the British Ministry of Information and the American Office of War Information, was begun but never finished or shown. It lay in archives until first aired on PBS's Frontline on May 7, 1985. The film, partly edited by Alfred Hitchcock, can be seen online at Memory of the Camps.

polishdailynews.com

pravoslavlje.org.rs

projectinposterum.org

radoc.net

rastko.rs

select.nytimes.com

thehumanmarvels.com

ushmm.org

vojska.net

web.archive.org

www1.yadvashem.org

yadvashem.org

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