Herbert Druks Western complacency during the holocaust, Part 1.
Charges that the nations of the world, through a combination of indifference and political expediency, failed to take advantage of opportunities to rescue European Jews from being exterminated by the Nazis during World War II. Herbert Druks, professor of Judaic studies and history at Brooklyn Colle...
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June 1978, no. 2. |