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Patrick Desbois is secretary to the French Conference of Bishops for relations with Judaism, advisor to the Cardinal-Archbishop of Lyon and advisor to the Vatican on the Jewish religion. Grandson of a deportee to the Rawa Ruska camp, he has set out to investigate the mass murder of Eastern European Jews by the Nazis during the Second World War. He is the winner of the B'nai B'rith International Award for Outstanding Contribution to Relations with the Jewish People. He lives in Paris, France.Paul A. Shapiro is the Director of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies.
|Ukraine, Spring 2007||p. xvii|
|A path||p. 9|
|From Auschwitz to Jerusalem||p. 13|
|The priest of Belzec||p. 21|
|From cemetery to cemetery||p. 27|
|A team and its ethic||p. 41|
|Discovering the truth||p. 51|
|Accepting the truth||p. 61|
|They saw||p. 73|
|The requisitions||p. 81|
|Establishing a methodology||p. 99|
|Your brother's blood||p. 121|
|A burial place for the dead||p. 129|
|The mass graves||p. 133|
|An extermination in every village||p. 145|
|Operation 1005||p. 153|
|He Who Saves a Single Life Saves the Whole World||p. 193|
|Everyday evil||p. 203|
|In memory of Dora||p. 211|
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