Historians have long debated Franklin D. Roosevelt’s actions during the Holocaust. Was FDR the hero that defeated the Germans, or did he turn a blind eye to the plight of the Jews? Having long considered Roosevelt a personal hero, Beir found it painful to confront the question of whether Roosevelt was indifferent to the plight of the Jews. Yet, in this moving story, which is both a personal memoir and a scholar’s quest, he provides an honest look at his hero, his country and himself. (lampbane)
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