The editors of Women and Genocide: An Anthology (working title) to be published by Canadian Scholars' Press Inc. in 2015, invite chapter submissions of original research from interdisciplinary scholars on narratives, memoirs, and testimonies of women survivors of the following genocides: North American indigenous, Armenian, Holocaust/Jewish, Bangladesh, Guatemala, Rwanda, Bosnia, and Sudan. This edited book examines the unique experiences of women in comparative genocidal contexts.
Thank you Megan for joining my search and coming to my aid.
I am still waiting to hear back from Yad Vashem.
This material is for thesis research, specifically regarding Kolozsvar(Cluj), and I will need every single page of the records. Attila Gido, published a review of the same in 2010 on the Romanian side; the report is 181 pages and he tells me that there is more material available. His publication may be found here:
If you are referring to the 16-page questionnaires, the records are at Yad Vashem.
Are you looking for specific people? The names in this collection were indexed by USHMM as part of the their World Memory Project project with Ancestry.com. You can search the index http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2425. There is a link in the records to order copies of the originals.
"Professor Greenspan has chastised me for alleging that antisemitism has been found among social democrats. He seems to believe that the demonizing of Jews is limited to ultra-Rightists such as Joseph Welch, founder of the John Birch Society."
I don't think a fair reading of my post would lead to the conclusion that I believe "demonizing of Jews is limited to ultra-Rightists." Quite the contrary, as history has documented all too well.