The Jews of Tunisia under the Nazi yoke (November 9, 1942 - May 8, 1943)
This work brings together several eyewitness accounts, including that of Maximilian Trenner, interpreter in charge of relations with the Germans, and that of Georges Krief, a young lawyer. It presents the stories of labour camps such as that of Bizerte, run directly by the SS, and those dependent on the Italian Army. The fate of the Jews of Sousse and Sfax is also described.
"These stories are enlightened by the remarkable critical apparatus of Claude Nataf, who succeeds brilliantly in turning these pages of memory into pages of history […] He guides us and enlightens us from beginning to end in negotiating these six months when the Jews of Tunisia brushed so closely against the Shoah." Extract from the Preface of Serge Klarsfeld.