Bibliography: Rescue in The Netherlands During the Holocaust
The Netherlands and the Holocaust
Baron, Lawrence. “The Dutchness of Dutch rescuers: The national dimension of altruism.” In Oliner, Pearl M., Oliner, Samuel P., Baron, Lawrence, Blum, Lawrence A., Krebs, Dennis L., Smolenska, M. Zuzanna (Eds.), Embracing the Other: Philosophical, Psychological, and Historical Perspectives on Altruism. (New York: New York University Press, 1992, 306-327).
Baron, Lawrence. “The mobilization of moral outrage: Calvinist and Socialist rescue networks for Jews in Nazi-occupied Holland.” Paper presented at the Pacific Sociological Association, San Francisco, California, April 9, 1995.
Baron, Lawrence. “Parochialism, patriotism, and philo-Semitism: Why members of the Reformed Churches rescued Jews in the Netherlands during the Holocaust.” Paper presented at the Seventh Annual Conference of the Midwest Jewish Studies Association, October 22 and 23, 1995, Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota.
Flim, Bert Jan, translated by Jeannette K. Ringold. Saving the Children: History of the Organized Effort to Rescue Jewish Children in the Netherlands, 1942-1945. (Bethesda, MD: CDL Press, 2005).
Gross, Michael L. “Jewish rescue in Holland and France during the Second World War: Moral cognition and collective action.” Social Forces, 73 (2): 463-496 (1994).
Jong, Louis de. “Jews and Non-Jews in Nazi Occupied Holland.” In Max Beloff (Ed.), On the Track of Tyranny. (London: Wiener Library, 1960).
Michman, Joseph. “The Controversial Stand of the Joodse Raad in the Netherlands: Lodewijk E. Visser’s Struggle.” Yad Vashem Studies, X, 9-68. (1974).
Presser, Jacob, translated by Arnold Pomerans. The Destruction of the Dutch Jews. (New York: E. P. Dutton, 1969).
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