Norway's Response to the Holocaust

TitleNorway's Response to the Holocaust
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1991
AuthorsAbrahamsen, Samuel
Number of Pages207
PublisherHolocaust Library
CityNew York

This study focuses on the fate of Norway's Jews during World War II, of whom more than 50 percent were saved. Based on research in Norway, Great Britain, the United States, and Israel, the author explores German efforts to nazify Norway, cooperation by the Norwegian bureaucracy and police in the persecution and deportation of Jews, and efforts by the Norwegian Resistance to save Jews.

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