The Battle Over FDR’s Record on Saving Jews From the Nazis
Museum curator fights back, saying a group of historians is misrepresenting how ‘Americans and the Holocaust’ exhibition portrays Franklin D. Roosevelt’s efforts to take in Jewish refugees in the 1930s and ’40s
On April 8, 1933, U.S. foreign policy expert James G. McDonald walked into a private meeting with the recently appointed German chancellor, Adolf Hitler. A tall Midwesterner who spoke German, McDonald later...
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