Tiso knew about Jewish tragedy

Kamenec, Ivan
September 2000
Slovak Spectator;09/18/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 35, p4
Interviews Ivan Kamenec, a Slovak historian, about the status of the Jews in Slovakia during the Second World War. Information on the `Jewish codex'; Explanation on the `Jewish solution' in Slovakia; How the Slovak society reacted to the anti-Jewish measures.


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