This is a penetrating and balanced analysis of the options facing British Jews as they wrested with the problems of rescuing the victims of Nazi discrimination. Alive to political realities, and mercifully unpolemical, Shatzkes exposes the cruel dilemmas that made rescue increasingly difficult. The result is an impressive reworking of a contentious story, told here with compassion and understanding. RICHARD OVERY, Professor of History, King's College London
|Publisher:||Vallentine Mitchell Publishers|
|Product dimensions:||55.00(w) x 85.00(h) x 1.00(d)|
About the Author
Pamela Shatzkes is Lecturer in International History at the London School of Economics.