Joseph Roth’s flight without end.
Lessons from the dinner party from Hell.
Jewish socialists didn’t cause anti-Semitism; the events associated with them merely reactivated it.
“My Judaism lives in everything that I start and that I am.”
The opening of Pope Pius XII’s archives sheds new light on his relations with the Third Reich and his attitude toward the “Jewish problem.”
Imagining an alternative Germany.
A foreign minister revives an old myth.
Esperanto’s greatest enthusiasts were Jews, and its greatest enemies anti-Semites.
Karl Lueger inspired Theodor Herzl and Adolf Hitler—in very different ways.
The Austrian capital redeemed.
The ugly term “Jewish supremacy.”
In an increasingly secular age, Hitler attracts attention as an icon of evil.
Horace Kallen vs. William Borah.
Punishment for seeking safety in the Land of Israel.