The Abandonment of the Jews: America and the Holocaust, 1941-1945
In this landmark "The Abandonment of the Jews, " David S. Wyman argues that a substantial commitment to rescue European Jews on the part of the United States almost certainly could have saved several hundred thousand of the Nazis' victims. The definitive work on its subject, "The Abandonment of the Jews" is the winner of the National Jewish Book Award, the Anisfield-Wolf Award, the Present Tense Literary Award, the Stuart Bernath Prize from the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, and the Theodore Saloutos Award of the Immigration History Society, and was nominated for the National Book Critics Circle Award.
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A PLAN TO EXTERMINATE ALL JEWS
The Worst Is Confirmed
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