Even though it never is.
Gog and Magog at Nuremburg.
A life in full.
The Wiener Library.
Psychological attempts fall flat.
Setting the record straight about “the good Nazi.”
Robinson, Lauterpacht, and Lemkin
At the beginning of Exodus, two Hebrew midwives refuse Pharaoh’s instructions to murder Israelite infant males. Jonathan Sacks explores this act of heroism and its. . .
How Hanns Alexander, a German-Jewish officer in the British army, tracked down Auschwitz commandant Rudolf Höss and got him to confess to the murder of. . .