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Author Perl, William R.
Title The Holocaust conspiracy : an international policy of genocide / by William R. Perl ; [foreward by Senator Claiborne Pell].
Published Jersey City, N.J. : KTAV Pub. House, c2011.
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 Floor2  D804.3 .P47 2011    IN LIBRARY
Description 261 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Acknowledgments of the 2011 edition -- Introduction to the 2011 edition -- Conspiracy : the psychosocial context -- Setting of the course : the fiasco of the Evian Conference : an American-British conspiracy -- Conspiracy in the American hierarchy -- Conspiracy in the British hierarchy -- Soviet policies that supported the final solution -- Photographs and documents -- How the allies kept Auschwitz operating -- The other Americas : Latin America-Canada -- The moral powers : the Vatican ; The International Red Cross ; Switzerland -- Epilogue : could it happen again?
Summary Careful review of the Holocaust material published so far still leaves scholars and the public wondering: How could this tragedy ever have happened? How was such a worldwide collapse of values possible? Why was the Holocaust so terribly successful. These crucial questions are fully answered in The Holocaust Conspiracy. By combining existing research with previously unknown findings, Dr. Perl draws the inescapable conclusion that it was not apathetic inaction of the world's powers which made the Holocaust and the Final Solution so tragically effective.
Subject Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Causes.
Jewish refugees -- Government policy.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Diplomatic history.
ISBN 9781602801929 (pbk.) : $29.50
OCLC number 756215477