Nazism, The Jews and American Zionism, 1933-1948
by Aaron Berman
Publisher: Wayne State University Press 1990
Number of pages: 239
Aaron Berman takes a moderate and measured approach to one of the most emotional issues in American Jewish historiography, namely, the response of American Jews to Nazism and the extermination of European Jewry. Berman does not apologize for American Jews, but rather tries to understand the constraints within which they operated and what opportunities-if any-they had to respond to Hitler.
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