According to the article, "some Jews and historians have argued Pius XII should have done more to prevent the deaths of 6 million Jews." It is fascinating to think that Pius XII could have prevented the Holocaust. Nevertheless, can someone give an example of another national leader or world religious figure who did do enough to prevent the deaths of 6 million Jews? During the war, who is the counter-example to Pius XII? Who did enough?
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from the article: Vatican: Canonization of Pius XII not a hostile act against Jews