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The scared and the doomed : the Jewish establishment vs. the six million

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The scared and the doomed : the Jewish establishment vs. the six million
Call No: 973.917 N97s

Call Number973.917 N97s
Statement of ResponsibilityMeyer J. Nurenberger.
Summary"During World War II, M.J.Nurenberger had a 'front row seat' to what he called the 'Jewish Civil War'. This 'war' was a fierce struggle between the 'pseudo-Zionist establishment' in North America and the 'Irgun' underground in what was then 'Eretz Israel' and their delegations in Washingtonand New York.This 'Jewish Civil War', according to M.J. Nurenberger, was the primary cause for the paralysis of organized and established American Jewry when Jews worldwide began to face the greatest challenge and ultimate tragedy of Jewish history - Hitler's war against the Six Million and their eventual extermination... [This] book exposes the various events, the internal conflicts and bold initiatives which took place in the relations between the U.S. State Department, the Jewish Establishment and the Irgun. It also includes detailed and careful analyses of the Sternbuch Saga and the Musy Mission to Himmler, both of which were pivotal in sealing the fate of European Jewry." Back cover
  1. Prelude
  2. Leaving Europe: The equation of a rabblerouser
  3. The Malaise: "Mi Berosh"
  4. The scared and the doomed
  5. Paralysis of the Jewish mind: The guardians of public funds
  6. Official Zionism vs the Jewish revolution
  7. Battle for leadership
  8. Wise and Goldmann
  9. American Jewish Conference
  10. Roosevelt and Frankfurter
  11. Final solution: The confirmation
  12. 1943: Lost opportunities
  13. On a train to Washington
  14. The Bloom hearings
  15. The Rabbis' march: A Washington scandal
  16. The Sternbuch saga
  17. The Musy mission to Himmler
  18. 1944-1945: Six million too late
Physical Description 261 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherOakville, ON : Mosaic Press
EditionSecond, revised edition
NotesIncludes bibliographical references
RecognitionGifted in 2016 by Dan Sonnenschein in memory of his aunt and uncle, Paula and Stan Lenga, survivors of the Shoah