Special Reports

State Dept Historian Rewrites Holocaust Record
A scholar in the State Department’s Office of the Historian has authored an essay defending U.S. consular officials who rejected visa applications from Jewish refugees in Vichy France in the 1940s, and minimizing the accomplishments of Hiram Bingham IV, a dissident consular official who helped Jews escape France and was punished by the State Department.

Dr. Rafael Medoff, director of the Wyman Institute, and immigration scholar Prof. Bat-Ami Zucker, of Bar-Ilan University, have authored a detailed critique of Taylor’s controversial essay
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Breaking The Rules

Violations of Academic Standards in the Debate
over FDR’s Response to the Holocaust
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James G. McDonald,
FDR, and the Holocaust, 1943-1944
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Whitewashing FDR’s Holocaust Record
An Analysis of Robert N. Rosen’s
Saving the Jews: Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Holocaust
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Not New, Not Evidence:
An Analysis of the Claim that Refugees and Rescue: The Diaries and Papers of James G. McDonald 1933-1945 Contains “New Evidence” of FDR’s Concern for Europe’s Jews
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The Roosevelt Administration, David Ben-Gurion, and the Failure to Bomb Auschwitz:
A Mystery Solved

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