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400 words An account of a WWII meeting with Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter at which Karski reported to him on the extermination of Polish Jews.
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A Karski webpage primarily featuring excerpts from Karski: How One Man Tried to Stop the Holocaust, the book by E. Thomas Wood and Stanislaw M. Jankowski.
    1. A Message Still Fresh - 1070 words
    Why we had to tell Karski's story.
    2. Excerpt: The Price of Freedom - 3,420 words
    The dramatic tale of Karski's escape from Gestapo captivity-- and its harrowing consequences.
    3. Excerpt: A Tour of the Ghetto - 750 words
    A Jewish underground leader takes Karski on a clandestine tour of the Nazi prison-city in Warsaw.
    4. Excerpt: Believing the Unbelievable - 630 words
    Jewish officials in London react to Karski's revelations about the emerging Holocaust.
    5. Excerpt: Mission to Washington - 720 words
    Karski's fateful first encounter on his secret trip to the U.S. in 1943: dinner with Justice Felix Frankfurter.
    6. Revisiting the Horror - 1,580 words
    A tour of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum with Jan Karski.
    7. Comments about the Book and the Man - 930 words
700 words A tribute by Michael Szporer.
1,500 words Wikepedia webpage; .
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A brief biography at at The Wallenberg Endowment, University of Michigan
3,315 words Jan Karski orbituaries from The Times (1880 words) and The New York Times (2435 words).
2,220 words Hannah Rosen 1995 interview with Karski focusing on why Allied governments took no action to stop the Holocaust during WWII.
430 words Editorial from N.Y. Jewish Week, July 21, 2000.
610 words Information about the monument, made by a well-known Krakow artist Karol Badyna, crafted as a park bench with Dr. Karski sitting on it, playing chess, and located at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Text of memorial plaque, photographs..
7,115 words From The Warsaw Ghetto pp. 42-50. Quoted after Righteous among Nations, ed. by Zofia Lewin and Wladyslaw Bartoszewski, Earlscourt 42 Publications Ltd., London 1969
3,076 words Transcripts of portions of interviews E.Thomas Wood, co-author of Karski: How One Man Tried to Stop the Holocaust had with Jan Karski. Passages deal primarily with Karski's family, youth and Jewish boys he knew.
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