PRELUDE TO CATASTROPHE: FDR's Jews and the Menace of Nazism
By the time Roosevelt died in office, six million Jews had been murdered while neither FDR nor American Jews sought to help them. Emphasizing political opportunism, evasion, and denial, Shogun examines the efforts of Franklin D. Roosevelt to come to grips with the anti-Semitism of Nazi Germany. Photos.
Publisher: Ivan R. Dee
Item #: 3582221
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