Thirty years after its initial publication, Arthur D. Morse's "While Six Million Died" still stands as one of the essential works on the Holocaust. In his new introduction to this classic work, Herbert Mitgang writes "Reading and rereading Arthur Morse's groundbreaking "While Six Million Died," about the half-hidden and apathetic American and Allied Response to the Holocaust, the thought occurred that many lives might have been saved had the facts in this book been known to the public before and even during the war." First published in 1967, "While Six Million Died" revealed the untold story behind the deliberate obstruction placed in the way of attempts to save the Jewish people from Hitler's "final solution," with detailed documentation from worldwide interviews with participants, research in archives around the world, as well as classified and official papers that had never been published before Morse's exhaustive study. While the tragedy of the Holocaust continues to be told by historians, novelists, filmmakers, and others, no single volume has documented this period in its historical relationship to America as thoroughly and passionately as Arthur Morse's pioneering work.
by Arthur D. Morse
|Author||D. Morse Arthur|
|Dimensions||8.2" x 5.2" x 1.2"|
|Publisher||ingram book company|