The ambiguity of virtue : Gertrude van Tijn and the fate of the Dutch Jews /
Working with the Nazi-appointed Jewish Council in Amsterdam, Gertrude van Tijn helped many Jews escape. But she faced difficult moral choices. Some called her a heroine; others, a collaborator. Bernard Wasserstein's haunting narrative draws readers into this twilight world, to expose the terrib...
Cambridge, Massachusetts :
Harvard University Press,
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