This book presents a novel proposal for establishing justice and social harmony in the aftermath of genocide. It argues that justice should be determined by the victims of genocide rather than a detached legal system, since such a form of justice is more consistent with a socially grounded ethics, with a democracy that privileges citizen decision-making, and with human rights.
The JDC Archives documents the relief, rescue and rehabilitation activities of the organization, from its founding in 1914 to the present. Includes the JDC activities in the Displaced Person Camps of Germany, Austria, and Italy and rescue and refugee activities of WWII.
Includes information about primary resource materials concerning antisemitism, Jewish Ghettos in Warsaw, Lodz, and Vilna, handwritten eyewitness accounts of the Holocaust, and materials created by refugees in displaced persons camps in Germany, Austria, and Italy.