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Churchill, Roosevelt and the Holocaust



This volume asserts that there was tacit cooperation in the Nazi extermination of the Jewish population of Europe by British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and American President Franklin D. Roosevelt during the Second World War. Although the Allies publicly recognized the Nazi massacre of the Jews in the London Declaration of December 17, 1942, the policies they pursued allowed the genocide to continue. They did so, the author claims, in three ways: (1) refusal to publicly and personally speak about and against the Nazi extermination of the Jews; (2) refusal to commit even one soldier, one plane, or one warship to any forcible opposition to the «Final Solution» throughout the Second World War; and (3) obstruction of Jewish escape from Hitler’s Europe. This book explores the motivation for the policies Churchill and Roosevelt pursued.


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iTerms of Reference ACCOMPLICE: “…One who aids or abets a lawbreaker, in a criminal act, either as a principal or an accessory”… “One associated with another, especially in wrongdoing…” ABET: “To encourage, incite…assist or support in the achievement of a purpose…” ACCESSORY: “…one who incites, aids, or abets a lawbreaker, in the commission of a crime but is not present at the commission of the crime…” One who has “a secondary, supplementary, or subordinate function…” “…a person contributing as an assistant to the commission of an offense…” SOME DICTIONARY DEFINITIONS…

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