by The Institute of Contemporary Jewry, Hebrew University, Wayne State University Press in Jerusalem, Detroit .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||D810.J4 B3158|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||522 p. :|
|Number of Pages||522|
|LC Control Number||80026035|
American Jewry and the Holocaust: The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, - Kindle edition by Yehuda Bauer. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading American Jewry and the Holocaust: The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, Cited by: American Jewry and the Holocaust: The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, About the response of American Jewry to the Holocaust, focusing on the activities of the Joint Distribution Committee from /5. May 23, · A very important contribution in this book is the description of the pre- war Holocaust against the German Jews, which was not less brutal than the one that followed. The labor Zionists Jewish leaders put their idiologies (socialism, Zionism)and their love affair with FDR above the life of friends and relatives.5/5(1). American Jewry and the Holocaust: The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, In this volume Yehudi Bauer describes the efforts made to aid European victims of World War II by the New York-based American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, American Jewry's Reviews: 1.
Yehuda Bauer is Professor Emeritus of History and Holocaust Studies at the Avraham Harman Institute of Contemporary Jewry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Academic Advisor to Yad Vashem. He is author or editor of more than three dozen books on Jewish history including his most recent work The Jews: A Contrary People () and Rethinking the Holocaust. Oct 01, · He has taught history at Ohio State University, the State University of New York at Purchase, and elsewhere, and has written nineteen books about American Jewish history, the Holocaust, and related topics, including Too Little, and Almost Too Late: The War Refugee Board and America’s Response to the Holocaust.5/5(11). Holocaust Encyclopedia: The United States and the Holocaust Summarizes the response of the American government to the Nazi persecution of Jews. Identifies how and when the United States learned of the systematic plan to kill European Jews, and describes the limited attempts made to facilitate immigration or rescue for those at risk. How great was the danger? Who should be saved first? Was it justified to use illegal or extralegal means? What country would accept Jewish refugees? His analysis also raises an issue which perhaps can never be answered: could American Jews have done more if they had grasped the reality of the Holocaust?Cited by:
Aug 20, · The extermination of European Jewry began when the German army invaded the Soviet Union in June The Nazis attempted to keep the Holocaust a secret, but in August , Dr. Gerhart Riegner, the representative of the World Jewish Congress in Geneva, Switzerland, learned what was going on from a German source. In this volume Yehudi Bauer describes the efforts made to aid European victims of World War II by the New York-based American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, American Jewry's chief representative abroad. Drawing on the mass of unpublished material in the JDC archives and other repositories, as well as on his thorough knowledge of recent and continuing research into the Holocaust, he. The Holocaust Industry: Reflections on the Exploitation of Jewish Suffering is a book by Norman Finkelstein, in which the author argues that the American Jewish establishment exploits the memory of the Nazi Holocaust for political and financial gain, as well as to further the interests of clic-clelia.com: Norman G. Finkelstein. Lucy Schildkret Dawidowicz (June 16, – December 5, ) was an American historian and writer. She wrote books on modern Jewish history, in particular books on Alma mater: Hunter College.