This selected bibliography lists references I used while writing Nothing Really Bad Will Happen. NOTE: This is a work in progress. The list still requires formatting and organizing.

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Weiner Zeitung. “168 Osterreicher nach Dachau gebarcht (168 Austrians taken to Dachau).” April 14, 1938.

New York Times. “640 Packed Aboard Liner from Lisbon.” March 31, 1941.

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Amercian Federation of Jews from Austria. “Chancellor Raab – How Long Must Hitler’s Victims Wait for Compensation – A Collection of Statements by American Leaders and Newspapers.” New York, 1954.

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Blank, Helen. “Growing up in Vienna, 1917-1939.,” 1990.

Blum, Matthias, and Claudia Rei. “Escaping Europe: Health and Human Capital of Holocaust Refugees1.” European Review of Economic History 22, no. 1 (February 1, 2018): 1–27.

Bonyhady, Tim. Good Living Street: Portrait of a Patron Family , Vienna, 1900. New York: Pantheon Books, 2011. “Buchenwald – Word – 6088.pdf  1 ×”×ושה ××רוהל יזכר×‍×” ההיב ×‌שו די ,×”×ושה” Accessed January 29, 2022.

Buchenwald, Gedenkstätte. Buchenwald Concentration Camp, 1937-1945: A Guide to the Permanent Historical Exhibition. Wallstein Verlag, 2004.

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Cummins, Paul F. Dachau Song: The Twentieth Century Odyssey of Herbert Zipper. New York: P. Lang, 1992.

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Taylor Lane. “French, Italian, and Vienna Roast Levels Explained.” Accessed March 31, 2022.

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“Gesher Galicia // Researching Jewish Roots in the Former Austro-Hungarian Province of Galicia, Now Poland and Ukraine.” Accessed January 30, 2022.

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Johler, Birgit, Katharina Kober, Barbara Sauer, Ulrike Tauss, and Joanna White. “A Local History of the 1938 ‘Anschluss’ and Its Memory: Vienna Servitengasse.” In 1914, edited by Günter Bischof, Ferdinand Karlhofer, and Samuel R. Williamson, 23:293–318. Austria-Hungary, the Origins, and the First Year of World War I. University of New Orleans Press, 2014.

Kaiser, Menachem. Plunder: A Memoir of Family Property and Nazi Treasure. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2020.

Kristen J. Tsetsi. “Tumblr.” Tumblr. Tumblr is a place to express yourself, discover yourself, and bond over the stuff you love. It’s where your interests connect you with your people. Accessed May 30, 2022.

ktv_wwalter. “Commemoration and Reflection.” Accessed February 5, 2022.

———. “Growth of the City – History of Vienna.” Accessed February 1, 2022.

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Kutscheroff, S. Report of Trip on S.S. “Serpa Pinto” January 24th – February 20th, 1941. Accessed December 13, 2022.,%20Literal%20%20z1zDatabanks:%20z3z%20New%20York%201933-1944%20Collect..%3C/%3E%3Cquery_name%3Ejdc-ideaapp_2960_219875%3C/%3E%3Cquantity%3E15%3C/%3E%3Cstart_entry%3E1%3C/%3E%3Cnum_of_items%3E1%3C/%3E%3Cquery_index%3E@ARFID%3C/%3E%3Cthumb%3E0%3C/%3E%3Csmode%3Edts%3C/%3E%3Cfirst_item%3E1%3C/%3E%3Clast_item%3E1%3C/%3E%3Cbook_id%3E444398%3C/%3E%3Cwords%3E387@@n%3C/%3E%3Cchecktab%3E0%3C/%3E%3Cnum_page%3E1%3C/%3E%3Ccur_lang%3EENG%3C/%3E%3Cpitem%3E444286@%3C/%3E%3Clink_num_page%3Elinksitem%3C/%3E%3Cincomer%3Efalse%3C/%3E&param2=%3Csearch_type%3Ecomplex%3C/%3E%3Cnum_fields%3E9%3C/%3E%3Cnvf%3E9%3C/%3E%3Cnor%3E15%3C/%3E%3Cnvr%3E7%3C/%3E%3Cnob%3E0%3C/%3E&site=ideaalm.

Metz, Julie. Eva and Eve: A Search for My Mother’s Lost Chldhood and What a War Left Behind. Large Print. Thorndike, Maine: Atria Books (Simon and Schuster), 2021.

The Chicago Daily News. “Nazi Troops Enter Vienna – Goering Leads Invasioon; Schussnigg Quits.” Macrh 1938.

Neurath, Paul Martin, Christian Fleck, and Nico Stehr. The Society of Terror: Inside the Dachau and Buchenwald Concentration Camps. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers, 2005.

Offenberger, Ilana Fritz. The Jews of Nazi Vienna, 1938-1945: Rescue and Destruction. 1st ed. 2017. Palgrave Studies in the History of Genocide. Cham: Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.

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ralphm1999. “Chapter: 9 Marseille, Madrid, Lisbon By Foot And Train.” Escape from the Holocaust 1939 (blog), December 14, 2012.

———. “Chapter: 10 Serpa Pinto.” Escape from the Holocaust 1939 (blog), October 21, 2012.

“Registration for Individuals – Findbuch for Victims of National Socialism.” Accessed January 30, 2022.

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Sigmund, Lichtenthal. Fur substitute and felt hat material. United States US2348079A, filed March 19, 1942, and issued May 2, 1944.

Slomka, Jan. “From Serfdom to Self-Government: Memoirs of a Polish Village Mayor, 1842-1927.” Minerva Publishing Company, 1941.

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SYDNEY GRUSON By Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES. The New York Times, 1933. “ADMIRAL IN CHARGE: Proclaims Designation to Rule–Appeals to People and Army RAISES ‘RED MENACE’ Britain to Insist Germans Shop Hitler’s Body When War Ends Radio Prepares Germans DEATH OF HITLER ANNOUNCED BY FOE Appeals for Cooperation Ghost” Interrupts Doenitz Haw-Haw Repeats Message London Press Voluminous.” New York Times. 1945.

Taylor, Melissa Jane. “Family Matters: The Emigration of Elderly Jews from Vienna to the United States, 1938-1941.” Journal of Social History 45, no. 1 (Fal 2011): 238–60.

———. “The Katz Family’s Escape: Leaving Vienna after the Anschluss,” 2018.

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