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While each book is strong enough to stand on its own, Operation Yellow Star and Black Thursday together make an unusual, important, credibly researched, and skillfully written contribution to Holocaust literature. The Vel d’Hiv Raid Maurice Rajsfus Beginning in the early morning hours of July 16, , and lasting for two days, the French police went beyond Nazi ordinances and took it upon themselves to arrest and imprison more than 13, Jews at a Paris sporting arena, the V lodrome d’Hive Aubervilliers , 93 , France. This investigation touches on numerous issues of memory such as the role of bystanders and their apparent indifference, not only at the time of the events, but also as a memory of shameful collaboration. Beginning in the early morning hours of July 16, , and lasting for two days, the French police went beyond Nazi ordinances and took it upon themselves to arrest and imprison more than 13, Jews at a Paris sporting arena, the V lodrome d’Hive Their marriage ceremony had been performed by the mayor of Aubervilliers, Pierre Laval , “still, back then, a pacifist lawyer”.

Examining long-unseen arrest records and transcripts, Rajsfus seeks to understand how and why many average French citizens resisted Nazi occupation while others were willingly complicit. Without making improper comparisons, the roundup of the V l d’Hiv is a very current topic. They all joined in those round-ups when required. He lives in Paris with his family. Archived from the original on 3 March In other projects Wikimedia Commons.

Without making improper comparisons, the roundup of the V l d’Hiv is a very current topic. Skickas inom vardagar. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Sendes innen 25 – 30 dager. However, two years later, in he was expelled for Hitlero-Trotskyism. While each book is strong enough to stand on its own, Operation Yellow Star and Black Thursday together make an unusual, important, credibly researched, and skillfully written contribution to Holocaust literature.

We will be promoting the fillm to libraries and academics as an important addition to a new trend in scholarship and non-fiction – though written originally in the s, “The Vel d’Hiv Raid” is a perfect example of a “micro-history” of a little-studied event in the wider history of the Holocaust that allows us to see with precision the wider process of raids throughout occupied France.

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He lives in Paris with his wife, sons and flim.

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In he published “Palestine: Rajsfus identifies Zionism as a “project presented as “generous” by its instigators, intended to resolve persecution of Jews and racist pogroms” which “rapidly drifted into a similarly racist enterprise”. Between and he was the president of the militantly anti- National Front group, Ras l’front. InRajsfus and several friends founded “Ras l’Front,” an anti-Le Pen association of far-left-wing organizations extremely active in the s against the rise of nationalist parties in France and fascist ideas.

If the French police had not submitted to those orders, so much damage would never have occurred. Maurice Rajsfus born 9 April is a French writer, journalist, historian and anti-establishment militant.

Maurice Rajsfus in Translator Levi Laub is available for events and to speak to press on Maurice Rajsfus’ behalf Rajsfus does not speak English.

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The Roundup of the Vel’ d’Hiv” by Alain Guesnier based on Rajsfus’ three books in order to raise awareness about the roundups and the bureaucratic methods of a “law and order” society that represses minority populations. He has written thirty books, including many examining the Vichy regime and its legacy in French police culture. Maurice Rajsfus was born in Aubervilliers on the north side of Paris. He nevertheless received a doctorate in Sociology in Maurice Rajsfus lives in Paris with his wife, and has two sons as well as several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Rajsfus, his elder sister Jenny and his parents were included in the exercise. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. The author’s memory of July 16 is harrowing Foreword by Michel Warschawski Introduction: Their marriage ceremony had been performed by the mayor of Aubervilliers, Pierre Laval”still, back then, a pacifist lawyer”.

An unsparing indictment of Paris police during the Nazi occupation He is the author of numerous books which address themes such as the Jewish genocide in France, the police, and tajsfus on civil liberties. Besides commemorating his family’s murder, Rajsfus raises awareness about how “the enemies of human rights are once more gaining ground,” spouting xenophobia that is easily transferable to any minority group.

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Maurice Rajsfus’ narrative can help us to grasp both the logic and the implications of a policy of exclusion of populations and communities who, because of their ethnic, national or religious origin, are not protected by the State of which they are a part. Retrieved 22 November Maurice Rajsfus is the author of thirty books and from he created and circulated “Que fait la police,” a “Cop Watch” bulletin detailing human rights abuses.

They all joined in those round-ups when required. In the first volume, “Operation Yellow Star,” Rajsfus meticulously analyzes archival documents, demonstrating the extent of police collaboration with the Vichy regime and how it facilitated the persecution, deportation, and ultimately the death of hundreds of thousands of Jews.

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He lives in Paris with his family. I am, as he is not, a “professional historian”, and I sometimes feel the need to discuss the way he deals with historical material, but dear historians – and I do not exclude myself here – we should have made a start”.

He is the author of thirty books, including many examining the Vichy regime and its legacy in French police culture. But he does not have an academic background as an historian. Vel d’Hiv Raid Maurice Rajsfus, Michel Warschawski Beginning in the early morning hours of July 16,and lasting for two marice, the French police went beyond Nazi ordinances and took it upon themselves to arrest and imprison more than 13, Jews at a Paris sporting arena, the Vlodrome d’Hiver Examining long-unseen arrest records and transcripts, Rajsfus seeks to understand how and why many average French citizens resisted Nazi occupation while others were willingly complicit.

While most of those detained during the two-day sweep eventually died in Auschwitz, the author survived and has spent the rest of his life grappling with his country’s betrayal.