Book Reviews

1940: American Inaction and the Tragedy of European Jewry

By Richard Baehr ● The American Thinker ● 01/21/2018


During 1940, three of the most significant Zionist leaders in the world visited the United States, hoping to gain a measure of support for the creation of a Jewish army to help fight the Nazis…Rick Richman’s new book, Racing Against History, provides an interesting and very carefully researched history of these visits, the leaders’ goals, what they accomplished, and what prevented greater success.

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