WELL WORTH SAVING: American Universities' Life-and-Death Decisions on Refugees from Nazi Europe
The U.S.'s role in saving Europe's great minds from the Nazis is often told as a tale of triumph. Yet for every scholar who survived and thrived, many, many more did not. In this rigorously researched history, the authors rescue from obscurity scholars who were deemed "not worth saving".
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