America, American Jews, and the Holocaust
Jeffrey S. Gurock
Routledge, 1998 - History - 486 pages
Part of an eight-volume set which collates articles written on the history of the Jewish people in America, this volume incorporates studies of the persecution of the Jews in Germany, the respective responses of the German-American Press and the American-Jewish Press during the emergence of Nazism, and the subsequent issues of rescue during the Holocaust and policies towards the displaced.
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This eight-volume set contains 211 journal articles and book chapters on Jewish life in America, most written during the last 50 years. Each volume has its own index and is separately titled, e.g ... Read full review