were we our brothers keepers the public response of american jews to the holocaust 1938 1944

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Were We Our Brothers' Keepers?: The Public Response of American Jews to the Holocaust, 1938–1944

In this major work exploring the American Jewish response to the Holocaust as it occurred, by examining contemporary Jewish press accounts of such events as Kristallnacht, the refusal to allow the refugee ship St. Louis to land in America, the uprising in the Warsaw ghetto, and the deportation of the Hungarian Jews to Auschwitz, Haskel Lookstein provides us with an important perspective on the way in which events are reported on, perceived, and interpreted in their own time.



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