Less Than Slaves Jewish Forced Labor and the Quest for Compensation

ISBN-10: 0253215307
ISBN-13: 9780253215307
Edition: 2002
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Description: In this volume, Ferencz describes the efforts that were made to persuade German industrialists such as I.G. Farben, Krupp, AEG, Rheinmetall, and Daimler-Benz to compensate camp inmates exploited as forced laborers.

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Book details

List price: $22.00
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Publication date: 4/4/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 288
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.990

In this volume, Ferencz describes the efforts that were made to persuade German industrialists such as I.G. Farben, Krupp, AEG, Rheinmetall, and Daimler-Benz to compensate camp inmates exploited as forced laborers.

Benjamin B. Ferencz was the prosecutor at the Nuremberg trial of the SS Einsatzgruppen. Now in his eighties, Ferencz remains active as a teacher, lecturer, and author of books on international law and articles dealing with the creation of an international criminal court.

A Retrospective Evaluation
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Map
The Final Solution - A Brief Reminder
The Diabolical Design (1933-May 1939)
Conquest as a Prelude to Annihilation (August 1939-July 1940)
Auschwitz and Einsatzgruppen (July 1940-February 1942)
Extermination by Labor (February 1942-June 1944)
The German Defeat and Nuremberg
Auschwitz Survivors v. I. G. Farben
I. G. Farben on Trial
Jewish Organizations Enter the Fray
Bargaining about Auschwitz
Farben Settles
Verifying the Claims
Farben Demands a Refund
A Hardship Fund for the Destitute
Memorializing Those Who Perished
Accounting with Krupp
Krupp's Rise and Fall and Restoration
Former Slaves Demand a Payment
The Chips Are Down
A Deal Is Made
The Truth about Krupp's Camps
Dividing a Meager Loaf
The Electrical Companies See the Light
Keeping the Claims Afloat
Slaves Consigned Only on Demand
The Secret Settlement with AEG and Telefunken
Siemens Pays
Finding the Survivors
The Cannons of Rheinmetall
Hanging On in the Courts
Help from an Unexpected Quarter
The Power of the Press
A Most Unusual Deal
Dividing the Fund
The Shark Who Got Away
Frederick the Great
The Agreement That Never Was
Dangling in the Wind
To the Bitter End
A Medley of Disappointments
A Pyrrhic Victory
The Courageous Dr. Bartl and the Aircraft Companies
Brown Coal and Gasoline
Construction Companies as Slavemasters
A Global Approach Fails
The Last Word
Hate Is Never the Last Word
Appendixes
Notes
Index

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