Perpetrators and their Victims

Paul Bogdanor, Anthony Rudolf

27/02/2017 2:30 pm

In Jerzyk, Anthony Rudolf recounts the tragic story of his cousin, the only child suicide recorded in the archives of Yad Vashem. In Kasztner’s Crime, Paul Bogdanor argues that Kasztner, forced into collaboration with Eichmann, sacrificed the lives of many to save a very few. The event’s moderator, Michael Pinto-Duschinsky, owes his own life to Kasztner’s intervention.

‘Anthony Rudolf has produced a small jewel of a book. He tells a compelling, tragic story that brings the reader close not only to the realities of the Holocaust but also to its impact on the survivors and their children over many years.’ Michael Pinto-Duschinsky from Standpoint.

Paul Bogdanor

Paul Bogdanor is an author and researcher. His interest include political extremism, genocide, the Holocaust, Zionism , anti-Zionism and antisemitism.

Anthony Rudolf

Anthony Rudolf is an author, poet, literary critic, editor and translator. He is Chevalier de l\'Order des Arts et des Letters and Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and the English Association.

Michael Pinto-Duschinsky

Michael Pinto-Duschinsky is Oxford-based and has been a consultant to numerous governmental and international organisations as well as NGOs in some 25 countries, mainly on constitutional reform, democracy promotion and anti-corruption.