Religion and the crisis of the democratic state of mind.
He brought the Holocaust to public attention.
Did they provide a conduit for Hitler’s propaganda?
Hitler, not FDR, caused the Holocaust. American isolationism, not refugee policy, helped him do it.
Echoes of FDR?
And why didn’t it?
Even as the Roosevelt administration adamantly refused to divert military resources to the rescue of Jews from Nazi-occupied Europe, it willingly committed them to the salvage of paintings.
In 1937, William E. Dodd returned from a four-year tour as U.S. ambassador to Germany warning of the Nazi threat to the Jews and. . .
A new book explains FDR’s failure to act decisively on behalf of European Jewry in terms of political constraints on his presidency; but some constraints require transcending.
A collection of reports on wartime Germany sheds light on the Marxist Jewish refugees hired by the U.S. government to explain Hitler and the Nazis.