Like Leaves In The Wind: The Destruction of the Salonika Jews

By Andrew Claybrook

General non-fiction | eBook

In the spring and summer of 1943, the Nazis deported 47,000 Jews from the city of Salonika, Greece to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp in Poland. A mere 1,000 of these deportees escaped death and returned to Salonika to find their properties looted and occupied by Christian "trustees" appointed during the Nazi occupation.This is the story of the complete eradication of a Jewish community that flourished for centuries--and literally went up in smoke in a matter of weeks.

Andrew Claybrook is a historian, author, and ex government analyst. His writings focus on national security, terrorism, and Greek modern history. He lives in the US Pacific Northwest.



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