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Jean Ancel | Edited by Leon Volovici
Jean Ancel provides a detailed analysis on the Holocaust in Romania. The Romanians related differently to “their Jews” and “other Jews” –those living in districts annexed to Romania after the WWI and in areas annexed to the Romanian military administration after the Soviet invasion. The Jews of the Regat suffered pogroms and degradation, but they survived the Holocaust. Of all of Nazi Germany's allies, Romania most contributed to the Jewish people extermination.
Edited by Avraham Milgram and Robert Rozett