Bibliography

Pictured below are some of the books brought out of Germany by Werner Weissenberg, as well as some other collections referenced throughout this project.

Alicke, Klaas Dieter. 2008. History of the Jewish communities in the German-speaking world. Munich: Random House.

Angell, Norman and Dorothy Frances Buxton. 1939. You and the refugee: The morals and economics of the problem, Penguin.

Angrick, Andrej and Peter Klein. 2012. The ‘Final Solution’ in Riga: Exploitation and annihilation, 1941–1944. Studies on War and Genocide, volume 14. Oxford: Berghahn.

Werner Weissenberg, pers. archive

Bassermann Verlag (pub.). 2013. Schlesien: Unvergessene heimat. Munich: Random House.

Baumel-Schwartz, Judith Tydor. 2012. Never look back: The Jewish refugee children in Great Britain, 1938–1945, Purdue University Press.

Bentwich, Norman. 1936. The refugees from Germany, April 1933 to December 1935, Allen & Unwin.

———. 1950. I understand the risks: The story of the refugees from Nazi oppression who fought in the British forces in the world war, Gollancz.

 ———. 1956. They found refuge: An account of British Jewry’s work for victims of Nazi oppression, Cresset Press.

Berghahn, Marion. 2007. Continental Britons: German-Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany (revised edn), Macmillan.

Black, Irene. 2016. If only I could have news from you: Two refugees of the Nazi era share their extraordinary lives through letters and documents, Goldenford.

Born, Max. 2014. My life: Recollections of a Nobel Laureate. London: Routledge.

British Library. C410. Living memory of the Jewish community. Oral histories.

Burchardt, Natasha. 1995. Transgenerational transmission in the families of Holocaust survivors in England. In Daniel Bartaux and Paul Thompson (eds), Between generations: Family models, myths and memories, Oxford University Press, pp. 121–137.

Burk, Lâle Aka. 2003. ‘Fritz Arndt and his chemistry books in the Turkish language. Bulletin for the History of Chemistry, University of Illinois, vol. 28, no. 1.

Burleigh, M. and W. Wippermann. 1997. The racial state: Germany, 1933–1945, CUP.

Bzowski, Krzysztof. 2007. Pszczyna / Pless: The pearl of Upper Silesia. Polish Tourism. Kraków: Bezdroż.

Werner Weissenberg, pers. archive

Caestecker, Frank and Bob Moor. 2010. Refugees from Nazi Germany and the liberal European states. New York: Berghahn Books.

Carlebach, Julius, Gerhard Hirschfeld, Aubrey Newman, Arnold Paucker, Peter Pulzer (eds). 1991. Second chance: Two centuries of German-speaking Jews in the United Kingdom, Mohr Siebeck.

Cesarani, David. 1992. Justice delayed, Heinemann.

———. 1998. Britain and the Holocaust, Holocaust Educational Trust.

*Cesari, Lamberto, ‘Memorial: Erich H. Rothe’, Faculty History Project, University of Michigan.

Chappell, Connery. 1984. Island of barbed wire: The remarkable story of WW2 internment on the Isle of Man, Robert Hale.

Werner Weissenberg, pers. archive

Davis, Angela. 2017. Belonging and ‘unbelonging’: Jewish refugee and survivor women in 1950s Britain, Women’s History Review 26(1): 130–146. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09612025.2015.1123028.

Dümling, Albrecht. 2016. The vanished musicians: Jewish refugees in Australia, Peter Lang.

Werner Weissenberg, pers. archive

Evans, Richard J. 2004. The coming of the Third Reich: How the Nazis destroyed democracy and seized power in Germany. London: Penguin.

———. 2006. The Third Reich in power: How the Nazis won over the hearts and minds of a nation, Penguin.

Werner Weissenberg, pers. archive

Feist, H. J. 1941. The status of refugees. Modern Law Review 5(1): 51–53.

Friedländer, Saul. 1998. Nazi Germany and the Jews: The years of persecution, 1933–39, Phoenix Giant.

Fry, Helen. 2005. Jews in North Devon during the Second World War, Halsgrove.

Fry, Helen. 2007. The King’s most loyal Enemy Aliens: Germans who fought for Britain in the Second World War, History Press.

Werner Weissenberg, pers. archive

Garbarini, Alexandra with Emil Kerenji, Jan Lambertz, and Avinoam Patt (eds). 2011. Jewish responses to persecution, Volume II, 1938–1940, series edited by Jürgen Matthäus, USHMM, Alta Mira Press.

Gilbert, Martin. 1991. Auschwitz and the Allies, Mandarin.

Gilbert, Shirli. 2017. From things lost: Forgotten letters and the legacy of the Holocaust, Wayne State University Press.

Gottlieb, Amy Zahl. 1998. Men of vision: Anglo-Jewry’s aid to victims of the Nazi regime, 1933–1945, Weidenfeld and Nicolson.

Grenville, Anthony, ed. 2000. German-speaking exiles in Great Britain, Volume 2, Rodopi.

———. 2002a. Continental Britons: Jewish refugees from Nazi Europe, Association of Jewish Refugees.

———. 2002b. Refugees from the Third Reich in Britain, Yearbook of the Research Centre for German and Austrian Exile Studies, Vol. 4.

———. 2003. The social background to Austrian literature in exile in Great Britain after 1938. Österreichische Literatur im Exil, www.literaturepochen.at/exil.

——— . 2010. Jewish refugees from Germany and Austria in Britain, 1933–1970, Vallentine Mitchell.

Werner Weissenberg, pers. archive

Hirsch, Albert. 1964. Das Philanthropin zu Frankfurt am Main: Dokumente und erinnerungen, Verlag Waldemar Kramer.

Hirschfeld, Gerhard, ed. 1984. Exile in Great Britain, Leamington Spa.

Hochstadt, Steve. 2012. Exodus to Shanghai: Stories of escape from the Third Reich, Palgrave Studies in Oral History, AIAA.

Holmes, Colin. 1979. Anti-semitism in British society, 1876–1939, Edward Arnold.

Werner Weissenberg, pers. archive

Imperial War Museum sound archives: Colin Anson, oral history, reel 2 (starts at 25 minutes) http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/80011624, Imperial War Museum.

Inglis, Ken, Seumas Spark, Jay Winter, and Carol Bunyan. 2018. Dunera lives: A visual history. Monash University Publishing.

Werner Weissenberg, pers. archive

Jones, Helen. 2012. National, community and personal priorities: British women’s responses to refugees from the Nazis, from the mid 1930s to early 1940s, Women’s History Review 21:121–151.

Werner Weissenberg, pers. archive

Kaplan, Marion A. 2008. Dominican haven: The Jewish refugee settlement in Sosua, 1940–1945, Museum of Jewish Heritage.

Kapp, Yvonne and Margaret Mynatt, 1997. British policy and the refugees, 1933–1941, Frank Cass.

Kern, Steven. 2004. Jewish refugees from Germany and Austria in the British Army, 1939–45. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham. Available at: http://eprints.nottingham.ac.uk/12964/1/403319.pdf.

Kershaw, Roger and Mark Pearsall, 2000. Immigrants and Aliens: A guide to sources on UK immigration and citizenship, Public Record Office, Kew.

Koch, Eric. 1980. Deemed suspect: A wartime blunder, Methuen.

Kochan, Miriam. 1983. Britain’s internees in the Second World War, Palgrave Macmillan.

Kotzin, Chana Revell. 2000. Christian responses in Britain to Jewish refugees from Europe, 1933–1939, University of Southampton, Department of History, PhD Thesis.

Kushner, Tony. 1988. Asylum or servitude? Refugee domestics in Britain, 1933–1945, Bulletin of the Society for the Study of Labour History 53:19–27.

———. 1989. Persistence of prejudice, Manchester University Press.

———. 1989. The British and the Shoah, Patterns of Prejudice 23(3): 3–16.

———. 1991. The impact of the Holocaust on British society and culture, Contemporary Record 5(2): 349–375.

———, ed. 1992. The Jewish heritage in British history: Englishness and Jewishness, Frank Cass.

———. 1994. The Holocaust and the liberal imagination: A social and cultural history, Wiley-Blackwell.

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Lafitte, François. 1940. The internment of Aliens, Penguin Books.

Lang, William Cosmo Gordon. 1940. Archbishop Lang Papers, Vol. 85. Lambeth Palace Library, London, UK.

Lavsky, Hagit. 2017. The creation of the German-Jewish Diaspora: Interwar German-Jewish immigration to Palestine, the USA, and England, Walter de Gruyter GmbH.

Lebzelter, Gisela. 1978. Political anti-semitism in England, 1918–1939, Macmillan.

Leighton-Langer, Peter. 2006. The King’s own loyal Enemy Aliens, Valletine Mitchell.

Levi, Primo. 1987. If this is a man and The Truce, UK, Abacus/Sphere Books.

Lobel, Herbert. 1987. Government-finnanced factories and the establishment of industries by refugees in the special areas of the North of England, 1937–1961, MPhil Dissertation, University of Durham.

London, Louise. 2001. Whitehall and the Jews, 1933–1948: British immigration policy, Jewish refugees and the Holocaust, Cambridge University Press.

Adreßbuch Mönchengladbach, 1927. Image source: Mönchengladbach archives, C Weissenberg, pers archive

Marrus, Michael. 1985. The unwanted: European refugees in the twentieth century, Oxford University Press.

Masters, Peter. 1997. Striking back: A Jewish Commando’s war against the Nazis, Presidio Press.

McRae, Kenneth D. 2014. Nuclear dawn: F. E. Simon and the race for atomic weapons in World War II. Oxford: OUP.

Mosse, Werner, ed. 1991. Second chance: Two centuries of German-speaking Jews in the United Kingdom, Mohr.

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National Geographic. 2009. Churchill’s German army, DVD, True North Productions for National Geographic.

Neurath, Paul Martin. 20015. The society of terror: Inside the Dachau and Buchenwald concentration camps, Boulder, CO: Paradigm.

Neustatter, Hannah. 1955. Demographic and other statistical aspects of Anglo-Jewry. In Maurice Freedman (ed.) A minority in Britain: Social studies of the Anglo-Jewish community, Valentine Mitchell, pp. 55–133.

Nicosia, Francis R. and David Scrase (eds). 2013. Jewish life in Nazi Germany: Dilemmas and responses. Oxford, NY: Berghahn Books.

Image, Kattowice archives, May 2016. C Weissenberg, pers. archive

O’Connor, J. J. and E. F. Robertson. 1997. ‘Alexander Weinstein’. http://www-history.mcs.standrews.ac.uk/Biographies/Weinstein.html. June.

von Oertzen, Christine. 2012. Science, gender, and internationalism: Women’s academic networks, 1917–1955. USA: Palgrave Macmillan.

Offenberger, Ilana. 2017. The Jews of Nazi Vienna, 1938–1945: Rescue and destruction, Palgrave Studies in the History of Genocide, Springer International.

Patkin, Benzion. 1979. The Dunera Internees, Cassell Australia.

Pelican, Fred. 1993. From Dachau to Dunkirk, Valletine Mitchell.

Person, Katarzyna. nd. A constructive form of help: Vocational training as a form of rehabilitation of Jewish refugees in Great Britain, 1939–1948, http://static1.1.sqspcdn.com/static/f/784513/22096013/1362481062533/4.pdf?to.

Pistol, Rachel. 2017. Internment during the Second World War: A comparative study of Great Britain and the USA, Bloomsbury.

Image, Kattowice archives, May 2016. C Weissenberg, pers. archive

Rabinovici, Doron. 2011. Eichmann’s Jews: The Jewish administration of Holocaust Vienna, 1938–1945, Polity.

Read, Anthony and David Fisher. 1989. Kristallnacht: Unleashing the holocaust. London: Michael Joseph.

Rees, Laurence. 2006. The Nazis: A warning from history, BBC Books.

Reese, Dagmar. 2009. Growing up female in Nazi Germany. Translated by William Templar. MI, USA: University of Michigan Press.

Rhodes-Wood, Major E. H. 1960. A war history of the Royal Pioneer Corps, 1939–1945, Gale and Polden.

Rouse, Geoff. 2017. The Kiss before morning, CompletelyNovel.

Image, Kattowice archives, May 2016. C Weissenberg, pers. archive

Schidorsky, Dov. 1998. ‘Confiscation of libraries and assignments to forced labor: Two documents of the holocaust’. Libraries & Culture 33 (4).

Schofer, Lawrence. 1975. The formation of a modern labor force: Upper Silesia, 1865–1914. California: University of California Press.

Schulte, Jörg, Olga Tabachnikova and Peter Wagstaff, eds. 2012. The Russian Jewish Diaspora and European culture, 1917–1937, Brill.

Shatzkes, Pamela. 2002. Holocaust and rescue: Impotent or indifferent? Anglo-Jewry, 1938–1945, Valletine Mitchell.

Sherman, A. J. 1973. Island refuge: Britain and refugees from the Third Reich, 1933–1939, Routledge.

Steinweis, Alan E. 2009. Kristallnacht 1938. Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press.

Stevens, Austin. 1975. The dispossessed, Barrie and Jenkins.

Helen Sendyk, End of Days, The Wiener Holocaust Library, London. Image: C Weissenberg

Thalmann, Rita and Emmanuel Feinermann. 1974. Crystal night: 9–10 November, 1938. London: Thames & Hudson.

Ungerson, Clare. 2014. Four thousand lives: The rescue of German Jewish men to Britain in 1939, The History Press.

Image, Gliwice archives, June 2015. C Weissenberg, pers. archive

Wachsmann, Nikolaus. 2016. KL: A history of the Nazi concentration camps, Little, Brown.

Wasserstein, Bernard. 1979. Britain and the Jews of Europe, Oxford University Press.

Wells, Allen. 2009. Tropical Zion: General Trujillo, FDR, and the Jews of Sosúa, Duke University Press.

Williams, Bill. 2011. Jews and other foreigners: Manchester and the rescue of the victims of European Fascism, 1933–1940, Manchester University Press.

Wimmer, Adi. 2000. Strangers at home and abroad: Recollections of Austrian Jews who escaped Hitler, McFarland.

Cooks Continental Timetable, August 1939. Image: C Weissenberg, pers archive

Zajdband, Astrid. 2016. German rabbis in British exile: From ‘Heimat’ into the unknown, De Gruyter Oldenbourg.

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