What did they think of the Jews?
Call Number305.8924 W555
Statement of Responsibilitycollected and edited by Allan Gould.
Summary"In What Did They Think of the Jews? Allan Gould has gathered over two hundred documents, written by well-known men and women from ancient times through today, that reflect the writers' personal views of the Jewish people and their societies' general attitudes and beliefs. This anthology includes the works of philosophers and poets, politicians and novelists, inventors and world leaders... There are also reflections on the Holocaust and the State of Israel by personalities such as Carl Sandburg, Charles DeGaulle, and Frank Capra. And the virulent hatred of the Jewish people by Communist, Fascist, and Nazi ideologies is tragically demonstrated in the documents of those eras... What Did They Think of the Jews? also contains a large portion of powerfully moving and affirmative documents." —Book jacket
Physical Description xxvii, 615 pages ; 24 cm
PublisherToronto : Stewart House
NotesIncludes bibliographical references (pages 577–589) and index
RecognitionPurchase made possible thanks to the Regina & Leo Wertman Endowment Fund