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The Abandonment of the Jews
In this landmark work, David S. Wyman argues that a substantial commitment to rescue European Jews on the part of the United States almost certainly could have saved several hundred thousand of the Nazis’ victims.

Widely considered to be the definitive book on the subject, The Abandonment of the Jews won the National Jewish Book Award, the Anisfield-Wolf Award, the Present Tense Literary Award, the Stuart Bernath Prize from the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, and the Theodore Saloutos Award of the Immigration History Society, and was nominated for the National Book Critics Circle Award.

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The Jews Should Keep Quiet
Written by Rafael Medoff

President Franklin D. Roosevelt actively sought to silence Jewish critics of his refugee policy, according to the new book The Jews Should Keep Quiet, by Dr. Rafael Medoff.
The book looks at America’s response to the Holocaust through the prism of FDR’s controversial relationship with the nation’s foremost Jewish leader, Rabbi Stephen S. Wise

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Blowing the Whistle on Genocide

Move over, Superman and Batman, there’s a new hero in the comic book world: an American government official who helped rescue Jews from the Holocaust is starring in a new educational comic book.

The full-color, 28 page comic book, titled Blowing the Whistle on Genocide, tells the amazing but true story of Josiah E. DuBois, an attorney in the Treasury Department who played a central role in exposing the State Department’s efforts suppression of news about the Nazi genocide and obstruction of attempts to rescue Jewish refugees.

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Karski’s Mission to Stop the Holocaust
Written by Rafael Medoff; illustrated by Dean Motter.
Co-published by the Wyman Institute and the Jan Karski Educational Foundation.

In the darkest hours of World War II, a young Polish emissary is asked to undertake a perilous mission: to bring the Free World eyewitness testimony of Nazi atrocities against Jews—by having himself smuggled into the Warsaw Ghetto and to a transit point for the Belzec death camp.
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The Book Hitler Didn’t Want You to Read
Written by Rafael Medoff; illustrated by Dean Motter; edited by Mark Rothman.

The year was 1939. The Nazis were on the march, and the world was teetering on the brink of war, but many Americans preferred to ignore the danger. It was up to Alan Cranston, a young journalist–and future U.S. senator–to stand up against a monstrous dictator and expose the evils of Nazism to the American public.

This is the amazing but true story of one man who stood up for truth–and became the only American citizen ever sued by Adolf Hitler.  Read more

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Cartoonists Against The Holocaust
by Rafael Medoff  (Author), Craig Yoe  (Author)

During the dark days of the Holocaust, a small number of American political cartoonists used their art to cry out against injustice—and to try to inspire the public to demand the rescue of Hitler’s victims.

Cartoonists Against the Holocaust brings back 150 of these amazing cartoons, together with scores of compelling period photographs that place the cartoons in context. We can see the Nazi genocide and the world’s response as they unfold, through the eyes of some of America’s most famous cartoonists, including the beloved Dr. Seuss, the “Washington Post’s” “Herblock,” and many others including numerous Pulitzer Prize winners. Cartoonists Against the Holocaust is a unique way to learn about the Holocaust—and a journey back in time to an era that we dare not forget.

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The Student Struggle Against the Holocaust
by Rafael Medoff and David Golinkin

By the autumn of 1942, there was no more room for doubt: the Germans were carrying out the mass murder of millions of European Jews. In the death camps of Auschwitz and Treblinka, in the ghetto of Warsaw and the ravine of Babi Yar, the slaughter continued, day after day, while the Free World looked away.

American Jewish leaders were confused, divided, and afraid that speaking out in protest would be seen as undermining the Allied war effort. American Christian leaders paid scant attention to the most horrific tragedy of modern times. Into this moral vacuum stepped three young rabbinical students. Noah Golinkin, Jerry Lipnick, and Buddy Sachs had no office, no funds, no organizational experience–just an unshakeable determination to shatter the silence, before it was too late.  This is their story.

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FDR and The Holocaust: A Breach of Faith
by Dr. Rafael Medoff

President Franklin Roosevelt was admired as a humanitarian–yet he shut America’s doors to Jews fleeing the Holocaust. He called himself the champion of “the forgotten man,” but when it came to the Jews under Hitler’s jackboot, FDR turned away.

Dr. Rafael Medoff’s new book reveals starting new evidence about FDR’s most shameful hour–his willingness to turn a blind eye to the systematic annihilation of six million European Jews.

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