The Abandonment of the Jews
America and the Holocaust, 1941-1945Book - 1998
Contending that a substantial commitment by the United States to rescuing Jewish people could have saved hundreds of thousands of Nazi victims, this reissue is in response to controversies surrounding the role of the Swiss, the French, the Americans and others during the period in question. The author sets out to show that, whilst the Nazis were the murderers, Americans were all-too-passive accomplices.
Publisher: New York : New Press, 1998
Branch Call Number: 940.5315 WYMAN
Characteristics: xix, 458 p. ; 21 cm