The Abandonment of the Jews: America and the Holocaust, 1941-1945

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Pantheon Books, 1984 - History - 444 pages
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In his landmark work, author David S. Wyman contends that a substantial commitment to rescue Jewish people on the part of the United States almost certainly could have saved several hundred thousand of the Nazis' victims. This reissued edition contains a new Afterword by Wyman addressing the controversy his work has aroused.

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A dense historical monograph, not for the fainthearted. Not for anyone with poor eyesight, either -- 350 pages of tiny print. The meticulous detail brings to mind the famous remark about the banality ... Read full review

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Well documented and researched, this book looks at how the western world turned its back on the Jews during the holocaust. Read full review

Contents

A PLAN TO EXTERMINATE ALL JEWS
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The Worst Is Confirmed
42
FOURTEEN LOST MONTHS
59
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