One Country Saved Its Jews. Were They Just Better People?


The surprising truth about Denmark in the Holocaust  This magnificent book states its central argument in its title. Danish Jews survived Hitler’s rule in World War II, when other European Jews did not, because Danes regarded their Jewish neighbors as countrymen. There was no “us” and “them;” there was just us. Read the complete article here

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Germany Charges John Demjanjuk With Complicity in 29,000 Deaths at WWII Nazi Camp

German prosecutors said yesterday they have issued an arrest warrant for an 88-year-old retired autoworker in Ohio, charging him with complicity in the murder of thousands of people at a Nazi death camp six decades ago. Prosecutors in Munich charged John Demjanjuk, a native Ukrainian who immigrated to the United States in 1952, with 29,000 […]

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