The Kamenets Podolsk Massacres in Yad Vashem Studies, Volume IX

Randolph L. Braham

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The Kamenets-Podolsk and Delvidek Massacres: Prelude to the Holocaust in Hungary

Until the occupation on Hungary by the Germans in March 1944, the Jews, although severely discriminated against, were not deported and the country proved a haven for one million Jews. Yet, two anti-Jewish mass actions did take place, these being the massacre at Kamenets Podolsk in Galicia in August 1941, where 23,000 people including 15,000 Jews were killed, and the mass murders in Delvidek, Yugoslavia, in January 1942, claiming 3,300 victims, of whom 700 were Jews. Following the occupation of Hungary, the German invaders soon implemented their Final Solution policy, deporting and slaughtering hundreds of thousands of Hungarian Jews.

Products specifications
Year 1973
Catalog No. 197305
No. of Pages 24 pp.
Format Electronic article in Yad Vashem Studies, Volume IX, pp. 133-156, Edited by Livia Rothkirchen
Publisher Yad Vashem