The Holocaust: What The Allies Knew

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Professor JSF

Generally well researched and fairly even-handed with respect to the issue of US and British responses. The English narration has one glaring error: Four HUNDRED Orthodox rabbis demonstrated in Washington, DC -- not Four HUNDRED THOUSAND. The narrators' inability to pronounce names ...Read more

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