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Eavesdropping on Hell: Historical Guide to Western Communications Intelligence and the Holocaust, 1939-1945 by Robert J. Hanyok

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Appendix 3. Attached Documents

  1. Intercepted cable version of report on conditions in Auschwitz by Rudolf Vrba and Alfred Wetzler report to Czechoslovak intelligence, June 1944. (6 pages)

  2. German Foreign Office message to Buenos Aires stating the status of the pension of the retired headmaster Karl Laudien depends upon the "unequivocal separation" from his Jewish wife. (1 page)

  3. Intercepted 20 October 1944 Spanish diplomatic cable from the ambassador to Washington, Cardenas de Silva, to Madrid that reports request for Spanish delegation in Budapest to intervene on behalf of the endangered Jews, as well as the notice of Swedish plans to help, including the dispatch of Raoul Wallenberg. (1 page)

  4. German VN (Verlaessliche Nachrichten – "Trustworthy Report"), ...

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