Why Didn't the Press Shout? : American & International Journalism during the Holocaust

Why Didn't the Press Shout? : American & International Journalism during the Holocaust

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Table of Contents

Dedication to Lucjan Dobroszycki                   ix
Editor's Preface xi
Robert Moses Shapiro
Introduction:
Journalism and the Holocaust, 1933--1945 1 (14)
Marvin Kalb
American Journalism 15 (134)
Towards the Final Solution: Perceptions of 17 (24)
Hitler and Nazism in the U.S.
Left-of-Center Yiddish Press, 1930--1939
Abraham Brumberg
We Knew: America's Newspapers Report the 41 (10)
Holocaust
Ron Hollander
When the Facts Didn't Speak for Themselves: 51 (28)
The Holocaust in the New York Times,
1939--1945
Laurel Leff
Turning Away From the Holocaust: The New 79 (8)
York Times
Max Frankel
Reporting the Romanian Pogrom of 1940/41 87 (22)
Robert St. John
The Testimony of Images: The Allied 109(18)
Liberation of Nazi Concentration Camps in
American Newsreels
Jeffrey Shandler
The Public Response of American Jews to the 127(22)
Liberation of European Jewry, January--May
1945
Haskel Lookstein
British Journalism 149(48)
The ``Thunderer'' and the Coming of the 151(24)
Shoah: 1933--1942
Colin Shindler
The London Jewish Chronicle and the 175(22)
Holocaust
David Cesarani
Soviet Journalism 197(54)
The Holocaust as Reflected in the Soviet 199(22)
Russian Language Newspapers in the Years
1941--1945
Yitshak Arad
The Soviet Yiddish Press: During the War, 221(30)
1942--1945
Dov-Ber Kerler
German Journalism 251(64)
Adjusting to Catastrophe: The German Jewish 253(16)
Press (1933--1938) and the Debate Over
Mass-Emigration
Henry R. Huttenbach
The Austrian Press and the Third Reich: 269(28)
Contradictory Views from a Neighbor
Bruce F. Pauley
The Extermination of the Jews and the 297(18)
Leading Newspapers of the Third Reich:
Volkischer Beobachter and Das Reich
Franciszek Ryszka
Italian Journalism 315(54)
An Italian Jewish-Fascist Editor: Ettore 317(16)
Ovazza and La Nostra Bandiera
Alexander Stille
``Discriminare Non Significa Perseguitare'' 333(16)
(Discrimination Does Not Mean Persecution)
Lynn M. Gunzberg
L'Osservatore romano and the Holocaust, 349(20)
1933--45
Andrea Grover
Hungarian Journalism 369(20)
The Hungarian Press, 1938--1945 371(18)
Randolph L. Braham
Romanian Journalism 389(20)
The Romanian Press: Preparing the Ground 391(18)
for the Holocaust and Reporting on Its
Implementation
Radu Ioanid
Polish Journalism 409(126)
Polish Press Reporting About the Nazi 411(18)
Germans' Anti-Jewish Policy, 1933--1939
Anna Landau-Czajka
The Polish-Language Jewish Press and Events 429(18)
in the Third Reich, 1933--1939
Daniel Grinberg
The Jews in the Polish Clandestine Press, 447(10)
1939--1945
Lucjan Dobroszycki
The Warsaw Ghetto Underground Press: A Case 457(34)
Study in the Reaction to Antisemitism
Leni Yahil
The Polish Clandestine Press' Treatment of 491(16)
the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Pawel Szapiro
Dziennik Polski, the Official Daily Organ 507(28)
of the Polish Government-in-Exile, and the
Holocaust, 1940--1945
Piotr Wrobel
Ukrainian Journalism 535(22)
``This Is the Way It Was!'' Textual and 537(20)
Iconographic Images of Jews in the
Nazi-Sponsored Ukrainian Press of Distrikt
Galizien
Henry Abramson
French Journalism 557(28)
The Jewish Press in Wartime Europe: France, 559(26)
1940--1944
Jacques Adler
Greek Journalism 585(20)
The Greek Press, 1933--1945: The Writing on 587(18)
the Walls
Yitzchak Kerem
Hebrew Journalism 605(12)
It Was in the Papers: The Hebrew Press in 607(10)
Palestine and the Holocaust
Tom Segev
Contributors 617(10)
Index 627