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He was arrested in Paris on December 12, 1941, by the Gestapo and deported to Auschwitz. He was liberated from Buchenwald by the American Army on April 11, 1945.

Georges Weller is the author of numerous works relative to the Nazi concentrationary system and the deportation of the Jews. From them we may cite the following titles which we have translated for the English-speaking reader:

—From Drancy to Auschwitz. Ed. du Centre, Paris, 1946.
—The Mass Arrests of December 12, 1941. "Le Monde Juif", 1949, No. 14-15.
—The French Population Confronted with the Persecution of the Jews. "Le Monde Juif", 1949, No. 16.
—The Raid of July 16 and 17, 1942, in the Paris Area. "Le Monde Juif", 1949, No. 21, 22, 23.
—Collective Resistance in the Camps and the Ghettos. "Le Monde Juif", 1949, No. 18.
—An Historical Account of the Uprising in the Warsaw Ghetto. "Le Monde Juif", 1957, No. 78.
—The Nazi Concentrationary System. Ed. de l'UNADIF, Paris, 1965 and 1978.
—The Hunt for the Jews. "Historia", Paris 1972, No. 26.
—The Yellow Star at the Time of Vichy. Ed. Fayard, Paris 1973.
—The Final Solution of the Jewish Question and the Neo-Nazi Mythomania. "Le Monde Juif", 1978, No. 86.
—Reply to the Falsification of Historical Facts. "Le Monde Juif", 1978, No. 89.

Georges Wellers is a member of the Executive Committee of the Center of Contemporary Jewish Documentation and the editor of the review, "Le Monde Juif". He was the only French witness at the Eichmann trial in Jerusalem.

We should also like to thank Mr. Phillip Portugal of Quality Photo Engraving, New York, and the Harbour Foundation, London, without whose generous assistance the publication of this work would not have been possible.
    
   

 
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