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Saving the Jews : Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Holocaust

Author: Robert N Rosen
Publisher: New York : Thunder's Mouth Press, ©2006.
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An analysis of what many considered to be FDR's failure to rescue imperiled Jewish Europeans during World War II challenges beliefs that depict the president as anti-Semitic, drawing on extensive research to profile Roosevelt as a friend and staunch protector of Jewish people throughout the world.
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Rosen, Robert N., 1947-
Saving the Jews.
New York : Thunder's Mouth Press, c2006
(OCoLC)658818448
Named Person: Franklin D Roosevelt; Franklin D Roosevelt; Franklin D Roosevelt; Franklin D Roosevelt
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Robert N Rosen
ISBN: 9781560257783 1560257784 9781560259954 1560259957
OCLC Number: 64664326
Notes: The Mazal Holocaust Collection
Description: xxxiii, 654 p. : ill., map ; 22 cm.
Contents: The New Deal, The Jew Deal --
Wops, dagoes, bulls, Hebrews and niggers --
The old Roosevelt magic has lost its kick --
I myself could scarcely believe that such things could occur --
The voyage of the SS St. Louis --
FDR tries to ransom German Jewry--
Well Bill, it's come at last --
The president has said that he would wage war but not declare it --
We will help to end the curse of Hitlerism --
Spies, saboteurs, and traitors are the actors in this new tragedy --
We've got to go to Europe and fight --
No force on earth can stop them --
This bestial policy of cold-blooded extermination --
Placating Moroccans and killing Japs --
Disappearing in the Bermuda Triangle --
The president was deeply moved by the situation --
American Jewish patriots, Palestinian Jewish terrorists, and The Irgunist Hoax --
One of the blackest crimes of all history and the War Refugee Board --
What is the job before us in 1944? D-Day and a dying president --
The first victims would be Jews: Why FDR did not order the bombing of Auschwitz --
FDR attempts to create a Jewish state for the victims of indescribable horrors --
The verdict --
Afterword / Alan M. Dershowitz --
Time line.
Responsibility: Robert N. Rosen ; [foreword by Gerhard Weinberg ; afterword by Alan M. Dershowitz].
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