America, American Jews, and the Holocaust (American Jewish History, 7) 〈7〉

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 486 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415919319
  • DDC分類 940.5318

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First Published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.Press during the emergence of Nazism, rescue during the holocaust and those displaced.

Table of Contents

Introduction to the Series                         vii (6)
Preface xiii
1. Who Shall Bear the Guilt for the 1 (22)
Holocaust: The Human Dilemma,
Henry L. Feingold
2. The State Department, the Labor 23 (34)
Department, and German Jewish Immigration,
1930-1940
Alan M. Kraut
Richard Breitman
Thomas W. Imhoof
3. The St. Louis Tragedy 57 (14)
Irwin F. Gellman
4. The United States and the Persecution of 71 (28)
the Jews in Germany, 1933-39
Sheldon Spear
5. American Jewish Leaders and the Emerging 99 (36)
Nazi Threat (1928-January, 1933)
Shlomo Shafir
6. Boycott, Rescue, and Ransom: The 135 (46)
Threefold Dilemma of American Jewry in
1938-1939
Moshe Gottlieb
7. American Jewry, The Refugees and 181 (30)
Immigration Restriction (1932-1942)
David Brody
8. American Editorial Response to the Rise 211 (12)
of Adolf Hitler: A Preliminary Consideration
Margaret K. Norden
9. The Prelude to Nazism: The 223 (16)
German-American Press and the Jews, 1919-1933
David G. Singer
10. Pro-Nazi Sentiment in the United States: 239 (24)
March 1933-March 1934
Neil R. McMillen
11. American Interfaith Cooperation on 263 (16)
Behalf of Refugees from Nazism, 1933-45
Haim Genizi
12. Why Auschwitz Was Not Bombed, David S. 279 (22)
Wyman
13. A New Deal for Refugees: The Promise and 301 (18)
Reality of Oswego
Sharon Lowenstein
14. Carlton J.H.Hayes, Spain, and the 319 (12)
Refugee Crisis, 1942-1945
John P. Willson
15. What Did They Know? The American Jewish 331 (26)
Press and the Holocaust, I September 1939-17
December 1942
Alex Grobman
16. American Jewry and the Holocaust: From 357 (20)
Biltmore to the American Jewish Conference
Monty Noam Penkower
17. The World Jewish Congress Confronts the 377 (28)
International Red Cross During the Holocaust
Monty Noam Penkower
18. Rescue Priority and Fund Raising as 405 (22)
Issues During the Holocaust: A Case Study of
the Relations Between the Vaad Ha-Hatzala and
the Joint, 1939-1941
Efraim Zuroff
19. The U.S. Army and the Jews: Policies 427 (14)
Toward the Displaced Persons after World War
II
Leonard Dinnerstein
20. American Jewish Chaplains and the 441 (24)
Shearit Hapletah: April-June 1945
Alex Grobman
Index 465