HANK GREENBERG IN 1938: Hatred and Home Runs in the Shadow of War
As WWII raged, "Hammerin'" Hank Greenberg triumphed in the MLB, despite anti-Semitism behind the scenes. This engrossing sports history chronicles the events of 1938, both on the diamond and in the streets of Europe, when Jews across the U.S. turned to Greenberg's rise as a symbol of hope. Photos.
Publisher: Sports Publishing
Item #: 281546X
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