In collecting material for this study I had excellent support from Lena Ånimmer, Mikaela Nybohm, Carl Michael Raab and Lars Hallberg at the Swedish National Archives, Jonas Dahlberg and Anna Zeuthen at the Centre for Business History in Sweden, Elisa Ho at the Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives, Emma Hagberg at the Regional State Archives in Vadstena. I also want to thank LM Ericsson and the Jewish Community of Stockholm for granting me access to their archives. Filip Recsec, Chaim Greisman and Claudia Lübbers assisted me with the translation of some documents. Noah Ferro has searched the American Jewish Archives. In addition I owe gratitude to several people who provided helpful comments on the manuscript or parts thereof at various stages of its development, including Philippe Sands, Daniel M. Segesser, Mark Lewis, Ove Bring, Paul M. Levine, Mats Deland, Elisabeth Åsbrink, Stanley Greenstein, Staffan Thorsell and Anders Johnson. As far as shortcomings of this manuscript are concerned, they are all attributable to the author.
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