a Lucy Frucht, “Varian Fry” tribute (1991) and personal communication.
b Hertha Pauli, Break of Time, Hawthorn Books, Inc., New York, 1972 (English
c Hertha Pauli, Cry of the Heart;: The story of Bertha von Suttner, I. Washburn,
New York, 1957 (English version).
d Varian Fry, Surrender on Demand, Johnson Books, Boulder, CO, Published in
Conjunction with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 1997;
copyrighted and published in 1945.
e Diedre Bonifaz, “A Haven in Whateley. The Refugees Who Came to Our Farm,”
in The Dispossessed. An Anatomy of Exile, edited by Peter I. Rose, University
of Massachusetts Press, Amherst & Boston, 2005; pp. 203-230.
f Lisa Fittko, Escape Through the Pyrenees, Northwestern University Press,
Evanston, Illinois, 1991 (English translation).
g Rosemary Sullivan, Villa Air-Bel: World War II, Escape, and a House in
Marseille, HarperCollins, New York, 2006; pp. 112-113.
h Varian Fry, Assignment: Rescue, An Autobiography. Scholastic Inc., New York,
1968, p. 158.
I Lucy Frucht, video interview, recorded 18 July 1994, Fortunoff Video Archive
for Holocaust Testimonies, Yale University (Dana Kline, interviewer); viewed at Brandeis University, 7 August 2019.
Florian Traussnig, Military Resistance from the Outside. Austrians in the US Army and Intelligence Services in World War II [written in German]; “The Gallant Story of an Unlikely Soldier – Karl Frucht;” quoted from floriantraussnig.wordpress.com.
k Karl Frucht, “From the American Scene: We Were a P.W.I. Team,” in
Commentary Magazine, January 1946.
l Karl Frucht, Verlustanzeige: Ein Uberlebensbericht (German Edition), Kremayr
& Scheriau, Vienna, 1992; with passages translated for me by Wim de Kok, President of World Animal Net, in personal communication, 8 July 2019; and also with Google Translator.
m Sandra Joerg-Madone, Switzerland; personal communication, 25 April 1991.
n “Healthy Life, ethical ecological and health aspects of meat consumption,” a
Pythagoras symposium and exhibition in the Ministry of Environmental
Affairs, Vienna; 27-29 September 1990.
A documentary by Pierre Sauvage, And Crown Thy Good: Varian Fry and the Refugee Crisis, Marseille 1940-41, should be finished in late 2020. (Personal communication) Filmmaker Sauvage is also the president of the Varian Fry Institute, a division of the Chambon Foundation (Los Angeles, California) which has its focus on the Holocaust and its aftermath.