Roosevelt and the Holocaust : a Rooseveltian examines the policies and remembers the times

Beir, Robert L., 1918-

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  • Creator Robert L. Beir with Brian Josepher
  • Format Books
  • Contributors
  • Publication Fort Lee, N.J. : Barricade Books, [2006] ©2006
  • Physical Details
    • xxxv, 324 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • ISBNs 1569803110, 9781569803110
  • OCLC ocm65187366

Notes

  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 307-313) and index.

Contents

  • A blur of strange occurrences -- A decade of newsreels -- Impressions of war-torn Britain -- The kind of man Roosevelt hired -- "What have I got to lose?: -- A journey with Roosevelt -- "The best Jew is a dead Jew" -- The Avery Brundage effect -- Quarantine -- "An orgy of sadism" -- A "dangerous people to have around in large numbers" -- "Chased like an animal" -- "No cause for alarm" -- "Fear of the hordes" -- "With a determined resolve" -- "The crime of the bureaucrats" -- Bermuda and Warsaw -- "We shall no longer witness with pity alone" -- "Relief, like water to the thirsty" -- Contact with Karski -- Counterforces -- A sense of agony? -- Why I call myself a Rooseveltian -- This is what's happening
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