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The Jews Should Keep Quiet - Franklin D. Roosevelt, Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, and the Holocaust (Hardcover): Rafael Medoff The Jews Should Keep Quiet - Franklin D. Roosevelt, Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, and the Holocaust (Hardcover)
Rafael Medoff
R701 R576 Discovery Miles 5 760 Save R125 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Based on recently discovered documents, The Jews Should Keep Quiet reassesses the hows and whys behind the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration's fateful policies during the Holocaust. Rafael Medoff delves into difficult truths: With FDR's consent, the administration deliberately suppressed European immigration far below the limits set by U.S. law. His administration also refused to admit Jewish refugees to the U.S. Virgin Islands, dismissed proposals to use empty Liberty ships returning from Europe to carry refugees, and rejected pleas to drop bombs on the railways leading to Auschwitz, even while American planes were bombing targets only a few miles away-actions that would not have conflicted with the larger goal of winning the war. What motivated FDR? Medoff explores the sensitive question of the president's private sentiments toward Jews. Unmasking strong parallels between Roosevelt's statements regarding Jews and Asians, he connects the administration's policies of excluding Jewish refugees and interning Japanese Americans. The Jews Should Keep Quiet further reveals how FDR's personal relationship with Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, American Jewry's foremost leader in the 1930s and 1940s, swayed the U.S. response to the Holocaust. Documenting how Roosevelt and others pressured Wise to stifle American Jewish criticism of FDR's policies, Medoff chronicles how and why the American Jewish community largely fell in line with Wise. Ultimately Medoff weighs the administration's realistic options for rescue action, which, if taken, would have saved many lives.

Blowing the Whistle on Genocide - Josiah E. Dubois, Jr. and the Struggle for a U.S. Response to the Holocaust (Paperback):... Blowing the Whistle on Genocide - Josiah E. Dubois, Jr. and the Struggle for a U.S. Response to the Holocaust (Paperback)
Rafael Medoff
R513 R397 Discovery Miles 3 970 Save R116 (23%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Well, let's face it. There's no question in my mind that some of the people over there [U.S. State Department]--whose names are in my book--were actually just plain anti-Semitic. It's just that simple. There's no question according to the transcript of Josiah E. DuBois, Jr., during a tape-recorded interview conducted for the Harry S. Truman Library, 1973. Blowing the Whistle on Genocide tells the story of Josiah E. DuBois, Jr., a young treasury department lawyer who risked his career to alert the world to the Holocaust. As Nazism rose in Germany, many countries refused to allow Jewish immigration. The United States, spurred on by the America First Committee, wanted to remain neutral during the early days of World War II. Anti-Semitic influences kept the United States from filling its quotas for refugees, supposedly to keep Nazi spies out of the country. DuBois exposed the inequities in America's refugee policy and forced the United States government to take action to rescue the displaced Jews. Josiah E. DuBois, Jr., was a different kind of hero of the Holocaust. He was not a rescuer, and he did not shelter refugees. He was a whistle-blower and opened the eyes of the global community to Nazi atrocities.

Too Little, and Almost Too Late - The War Refugee Board and America's Response to the Holocaust (Paperback): Rafael Medoff Too Little, and Almost Too Late - The War Refugee Board and America's Response to the Holocaust (Paperback)
Rafael Medoff
R365 Discovery Miles 3 650 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Herbert Hoover and the Jews - The Origins of the "Jewish Vote" and Bipartisan Support for Israel (Paperback): Sonja Schoepf... Herbert Hoover and the Jews - The Origins of the "Jewish Vote" and Bipartisan Support for Israel (Paperback)
Sonja Schoepf Wentling, Rafael Medoff
R343 Discovery Miles 3 430 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Although Herbert Hoover is not remembered as having had much interaction with Jews or interest in issue of Jewish concern, he in fact played a significant role in aiding Jewish communities devastated by World War One and pogroms; supported the cause of a Jewish state despite pressure from his own State Department; actively promoted the rescue of Jews from the Holocaust; and played a key part in the emergence of the "Jewish vote" in American politics and bipartisan support for Israel. ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Dr. Sonja Schoepf Wentling is associate professor of history at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota. A Herbert Hoover Presidential Fellow, Class of 1997-1998, she has written about U.S. foreign policy, Zionism, and East European Jewish history for numerousscholarly journals, includingthe Journal of World History, the Journal of American Ethnic History, American Jewish History, and American Jewish Archives. Dr. Rafael Medoff is founding director of The David S. Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies. A Herbert Hoover Presidential Fellow, Class of 1988-1989, he is author or editor of fourteen books on American Jewish history, Zionism, and the Holocaust, including 'Jewish Americans and Political Participation, ' which was named an "Outstanding Academic Title of 2003" by the American Library Association's Choice Magazine.

Millions of Jews to Rescue - A Bergson Group Leader's Account of the Campaign to Save Jews from the Holocaust (Paperback,... Millions of Jews to Rescue - A Bergson Group Leader's Account of the Campaign to Save Jews from the Holocaust (Paperback, Annotated edition)
Rafael Medoff; Samuel Merlin
R349 Discovery Miles 3 490 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The Roosevelt administration tried to deport them. The FBI spied on them. The British wanted to arrest them. But none of that could stop the Bergson Group from forging ahead with its campaign for rescue of Jews from the Holocaust in 1943-1944. Their rallies, lobbying in Washington, and hundreds of newspaper advertisements shook the American public and forced the Allies to face the Nazi genocide. In these pages, the late Samuel Merlin, one of the group's leaders, tells the remarkable story of a handful of activists --Jews and Christians-- who helped change history. Merlin's account is edited and annotated by noted Holocaust historian Rafael Medoff.

The Koch Papers - My Fight Against Anti-Semitism (Paperback): Edward I. Koch The Koch Papers - My Fight Against Anti-Semitism (Paperback)
Edward I. Koch; As told to Rafael Medoff; Introduction by Pete Hamill
R426 R352 Discovery Miles 3 520 Save R74 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

For more than three decades, Ed Koch has been one of America's most interesting and outspoken political figures. In this provocative new book, Koch with Rafael Medoff guides readers through the major battles in his life-long fight against anti-Semitism. Interviews, speeches, new essays, never-before published personal correspondence, and more highlight his leadership--on campuses, in the media, on the streets of New York City, and in the halls of power in Washington, DC. The book also features personal letters from Henry Louis Gates, former President George Bush, and other prominent figures. Koch will reveal startling information for the first time here, and his writings are controversial, piercing, teasing, and questioning. This book will ignite discussion for years to come

Militant Zionism in America - The Rise and Impact of the Jabotinsky Movement in the United States, 1926-1948 (Hardcover, 2nd... Militant Zionism in America - The Rise and Impact of the Jabotinsky Movement in the United States, 1926-1948 (Hardcover, 2nd Revised edition)
Rafael Medoff
R1,390 R1,004 Discovery Miles 10 040 Save R386 (28%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This in-depth look at a controversial faction of American Zionism fills
a void in the story of American Zionism--and in the story of American Judaism.

This book recounts the fascinating and little-known story
of the militant American Zionists who lobbied Congress, rallied American
public opinion, and influenced British-American relations in their campaign
for Jewish statehood in the 1930s and 1940s. Although these activists have
been dismissed as fanatics who fragmented the American Zionist movement,
Rafael Medoff reveals that the faction--which included an Academy Award-winning
screenwriter and several future members of the Israeli parliament--was
more influential than has been previously acknowledged.

These militants stirred America's conscience by placing
controversial newspaper ads, lobbying conservative as well as liberal members
of Congress, and staging dramatic protest rallies. Through these tactics,
Medoff shows, they attracted a wave of support from an extraordinary cross-section
of leading Americans, including comedians Harpo Marx and Carl Reiner, actors
Vincent Price, Marlon Brando, and Jane Wyatt, musician Leonard Bernstein,
and rising young politicians Jacob Javits and Hubert Humphrey. Medoff also
describes the shadowy underground division that smuggled weapons to the
Holy Land in caskets, naming and interviewing for the first time members
of this gunrunning network.

Based on years of archival research and interviews and
written in a compelling style, "Militant Zionism in America" documents
events that reshaped the American Jewish community, influenced American
foreign policy, and contributed to one of the most extraordinary events
of modern history: the creation of the State of Israel.
Rafael Medoff is a Visiting Scholar at the State University of New York -- Purchase College.

Jewish Americans (Hardcover, Four Volume Set): Dr Rafael Medoff Jewish Americans (Hardcover, Four Volume Set)
Dr Rafael Medoff
R12,677 R11,153 Discovery Miles 111 530 Save R1,524 (12%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The stories of over 650 fascinating individuals of Jewish heritage are told in this unique four-volume set. Coverage includes famous entertainers and sports figures, as well as leaders in the fields of business, science, and politics. Every essay was written exclusively for this set, and all essays adhere to the comprehensive, easy-to-use format that is standard for all the Great Lives titles. Plus, complimentary online access is provided through Salem History.

Jewish Americans and Political Participation - A Reference Handbook (Hardcover): Rafael Medoff Jewish Americans and Political Participation - A Reference Handbook (Hardcover)
Rafael Medoff
R1,654 Discovery Miles 16 540 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This handbook addresses how the Jewish American community emerged from obscurity to play a role in behind-the-scenes power politics and finally appeared center stage. Jewish Americans and Political Participation explores the rise of the Jewish people from hardscrabble immigrants to the highest echelons of political power. The book provides an overview of American Jewish life, including the impact of immigration, domestic antisemitism, the Holocaust, and U.S-Israel relations. A chapter is devoted to protest politics, covering such events as President Grant's Order #11 (expulsion edict), tenants and shirtwaist-makers strikes, the 1943 rabbis march on Washington, and Jewish responses to the Rosenberg case. The book also covers participation in social movements such as abolition, Jewish defense organizations, and the New Left. A chapter is devoted to Jewish participation in electoral politics, from Jewish interest in early socialism to Jewish advisers and the emergence of Jewish conservatism. There are also biographies of Jewish American officials and political officeholders. Provides an overview of Jewish Americans in office, including Leopold Morse, the first Jew elected to Congress, in 1876; a review of Jewish members of Congress in the postwar era; and the role of Jewish American women in Congress Contains excerpts from key legislation impacting Jewish political participation, including Ulysses S. Grant's 1862 directive to expel all Jews from the Kentucky-Tennessee-Mississippi region and the 1974 Jackson Amendment, which pressured the Soviet Union to permit the emigration of its Jewish citizens

Zionism and the Arabs - An American Jewish Dilemma, 1898-1948 (Hardcover): Rafael Medoff Zionism and the Arabs - An American Jewish Dilemma, 1898-1948 (Hardcover)
Rafael Medoff
R1,565 Discovery Miles 15 650 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

How have American Zionists maintained the delicate balance between their "Americanism" and their Zionism? How did they, as Americans, support the principle of democracy and at the same time, as Jews, support the creation of a Jewish homeland despite the pre-1948 Arab majority in Palestine? Looking at America-Holy Land relations during the years prior to the establishment of the state of Israel, Medoff explores this crucial question of American Jewish identity. Using original, previously unpublished archival material, this study presents an engaging account of a dilemma that is still very much an issue in today's political climate.

A Race Against Death - Peter Bergson, America and the Holocaust (Hardcover): David S. Wyman, Rafael Medoff A Race Against Death - Peter Bergson, America and the Holocaust (Hardcover)
David S. Wyman, Rafael Medoff
R451 R390 Discovery Miles 3 900 Save R61 (14%) Out of stock

In his landmark bestseller, "The Abandonment of the Jews," David Wyman exhaustively detailed America's failure to help rescue the victims of Nazi genocide. But one man, Peter Bergson, led a tireless battle against that tide of indifference, making it impossible for American leaders to plead ignorance of the German atrocities. Now, Wyman, along with Rafael Medoff, tells for the first time the story of the man who led America's most effective campaign to rescue victims of the Holocaust.
"A Race Against Death" utilizes extensive firsthand interviews to present Peter Bergson's own account of his remarkable life and struggles. Facing deportation from America and threats on his life, Bergson employed every conceivable method to influence policy and public opinion: he personally hounded Congressmen to support a rescue; placed controversial full-page ads in major newspapers demanding action; and drew a record crowd of 40,000 to a rally and memorial pageant at Madison Square Garden.
Award-winning historian David Wyman is the definitive authority on America's action--and inaction--during the Holocaust. In "A Race Against Death," he and Rafael Medoff return to this tragic era in American history and chronicle one of its few heroes.

Baksheesh Diplomacy - Secret Negotiations between American Jewish Leaders and Arab Officials on the Eve of World War II... Baksheesh Diplomacy - Secret Negotiations between American Jewish Leaders and Arab Officials on the Eve of World War II (Paperback)
Rafael Medoff
R889 Discovery Miles 8 890 Out of stock

Could the Arab-Israeli conflict have been avoided? Was it possible to achieve peace between Jews and Arabs in Palestine in the 1930s? Rafael Medoff's intriguing study reveals, for the first time, the story of the Fifth Avenue multimillionaires who believed they could bring peace to the Middle East through secret diplomacy and a generous dose of baksheesh (bribery). In documents unearthed from archives on three continents, Medoff has discovered an extraordinary and previously unknown chapter in the history of Middle East diplomacy. Here he brings the story to life. A work of history that reads like a thriller, this book takes the reader from the elite Jewish social clubs of interwar Manhattan to the bustling bazaars of Baghdad, as it sheds fresh light on the Arab-Jewish conflict, the relationship between American Jewry and the Holy Land, and the divisions within the Jewish community over the Palestinian Arab issue.

Baksheesh Diplomacy - Secret Negotiations between American Jewish Leaders and Arab Officials on the Eve of World War II... Baksheesh Diplomacy - Secret Negotiations between American Jewish Leaders and Arab Officials on the Eve of World War II (Hardcover)
Rafael Medoff
R1,783 R1,691 Discovery Miles 16 910 Save R92 (5%) Out of stock

Could the Arab-Israeli conflict have been avoided? Was it possible to achieve peace between Jews and Arabs in Palestine in the 1930s? Rafael Medoff's intriguing study reveals, for the first time, the story of the Fifth Avenue multimillionaires who believed they could bring peace to the Middle East through secret diplomacy and a generous dose of baksheesh (bribery). In documents unearthed from archives on three continents, Medoff has discovered an extraordinary and previously unknown chapter in the history of Middle East diplomacy. Here he brings the story to life. A work of history that reads like a thriller, this book takes the reader from the elite Jewish social clubs of interwar Manhattan to the bustling bazaars of Baghdad, as it sheds fresh light on the Arab-Jewish conflict, the relationship between American Jewry and the Holy Land, and the divisions within the Jewish community over the Palestinian Arab issue.

A Race Against Death - Peter Bergson, America, and the Holocaust (Paperback): David S. Wyman, Rafael Medoff A Race Against Death - Peter Bergson, America, and the Holocaust (Paperback)
David S. Wyman, Rafael Medoff
R353 R329 Discovery Miles 3 290 Save R24 (7%) Out of stock

In his landmark bestseller The Abandonment of the Jews, David Wyman exhaustively detailed America's failure to help rescue the victims of Nazi genocide. But one man, Peter Bergson, led a tireless battle against that tide of indifference, making it impossible for American leaders to plead ignorance of the German atrocities. Now, Wyman, along with Rafael Medoff, tells for the first time the story of the man who led America's most effective campaign to rescue victims of the Holocaust. A Race Against Death utilizes extensive firsthand interviews to present Peter Bergson's own account of his remarkable life and struggles. Facing deportation from America and threats on his life, Bergson employed every conceivable method to influence policy and public opinion: he personally hounded Congressmen to support a rescue; placed controversial full-page ads in major newspapers demanding action; and drew a record crowd of 40,000 to a rally and memorial pageant at Madison Square Garden. Award-winning historian David Wyman is the definitive authority on America's action-and inaction-during the Holocaust. In A Race Against Death, he and Rafael Medoff return to this tragic era in American history and chronicle one of its few heroes.

We Spoke Out - Comic Books And The Holocaust (Hardcover): Rafael Medoff We Spoke Out - Comic Books And The Holocaust (Hardcover)
Rafael Medoff
R1,178 R1,061 Discovery Miles 10 610 Save R117 (10%) Out of stock

Classic comic book stories about the Holocaust and interviews with their artists and writers, with a cover drawn especially for this book by Neal Adams. An amazing but forgotten chapter in comics history! Long before the Holocaust was taught in schools or presented in films such as Schindler's List, the youth of America was learning about the Nazi genocide from Batman, the X-Men, Captain America, and Sgt. Rock. Comics legend Neal Adams, Holocaust scholar Rafael Medoff, and comics historian Craig Yoe bring together a remarkable collection of comic book stories that introduced an entire generation to an engaging and important subject. We Spoke Out is an extraordinary journey into a compelling topic.

Historical Dictionary of Zionism (Hardcover, Second Edition): Rafael Medoff, Chaim I. Waxman Historical Dictionary of Zionism (Hardcover, Second Edition)
Rafael Medoff, Chaim I. Waxman
R2,387 R2,252 Discovery Miles 22 520 Save R135 (6%) Out of stock

The Jewish attachment to Zion is many centuries old. While the modern Zionist movement was organized a little more than a century ago, the roots of the Zionist idea reach back close to 4,000 years ago, to the day that the biblical patriarch Abraham left his home in Ur of the Chaldees to settle in the Promised Land, where the Jewish state subsequently arose. From that day to the establishing of the state of Israel in 1948, the Jewish people have been in a constant struggle to either regain or maintain their homeland. Although 60 years have now passed since the establishment of Israel, many of the political and religious factions that made up the Zionist movement in the pre-state era remain active. The second edition of the Historical Dictionary of Zionism through its chronology, maps, introductory essay, bibliography, and over two hundred cross-referenced dictionary entries on crucial persons, organizations, and events is a valuable contribution to the appreciation for both the diversity and consensus that characterize the Zionist experience.

The A to Z of Zionism (Paperback, 102 Ed): Rafael Medoff, Chaim I. Waxman The A to Z of Zionism (Paperback, 102 Ed)
Rafael Medoff, Chaim I. Waxman
R889 Discovery Miles 8 890 Out of stock

The Jewish attachment to Zion is many centuries old. While the modern Zionist movement was organized a little more than a century ago, the roots of the Zionist idea reach back close to 4,000 years ago, to the day that the biblical patriarch Abraham left his home in Ur of the Chaldees to settle in the Promised Land, where the Jewish state subsequently arose. From that day to the establishing of the state of Israel in 1948, the Jewish people have been in a constant struggle to either regain or maintain their homeland. Although 60 years have now passed since the establishment of Israel, many of the political and religious factions that made up the Zionist movement in the pre-state era remain active. The A to Z of Zionism through its chronology, maps, introductory essay, bibliography, and over 200 cross-referenced dictionary entries on crucial persons, organizations, and events is a valuable contribution to the appreciation for both the diversity and consensus that characterize the Zionist experience.

Historical Dictionary of Zionism (Hardcover): Rafael Medoff Historical Dictionary of Zionism (Hardcover)
Rafael Medoff
R1,280 Discovery Miles 12 800 Out of stock

Useful as a source of information on Zionism, its founders and leaders, its various strands and organizations, major events in its struggle and its present status.

Great Lives from History - Jewish Americans-Volume 1 (Hardcover): Rafael Medoff Great Lives from History - Jewish Americans-Volume 1 (Hardcover)
Rafael Medoff
R3,047 Discovery Miles 30 470 Out of stock

The stories of over 650 fascinating individuals of Jewish heritage are told in this unique four-volume set. Coverage includes famous entertainers and sports figures, as well as leaders in the fields of business, science, and politics. Every essay was written exclusively for this set, and all essays adhere to the comprehensive, easy-to-use format that is standard for all the Great Lives titles. Plus, complimentary online access is provided through Salem History.

Great Lives from History - Jewish Americans-Volume 2 (Hardcover): Rafael Medoff Great Lives from History - Jewish Americans-Volume 2 (Hardcover)
Rafael Medoff
R3,038 Discovery Miles 30 380 Out of stock

The stories of over 650 fascinating individuals of Jewish heritage are told in this unique four-volume set. Coverage includes famous entertainers and sports figures, as well as leaders in the fields of business, science, and politics. Every essay was written exclusively for this set, and all essays adhere to the comprehensive, easy-to-use format that is standard for all the Great Lives titles. Plus, complimentary online access is provided through Salem History.

Great Lives from History - Jewish Americans-Volume 3 (Hardcover): Rafael Medoff Great Lives from History - Jewish Americans-Volume 3 (Hardcover)
Rafael Medoff
R3,045 Discovery Miles 30 450 Out of stock

The stories of over 650 fascinating individuals of Jewish heritage are told in this unique four-volume set. Coverage includes famous entertainers and sports figures, as well as leaders in the fields of business, science, and politics. Every essay was written exclusively for this set, and all essays adhere to the comprehensive, easy-to-use format that is standard for all the Great Lives titles. Plus, complimentary online access is provided through Salem History.

Great Lives from History - Jewish Americans-Volume 4 (Hardcover): Rafael Medoff Great Lives from History - Jewish Americans-Volume 4 (Hardcover)
Rafael Medoff
R3,045 Discovery Miles 30 450 Out of stock

The stories of over 650 fascinating individuals of Jewish heritage are told in this unique four-volume set. Coverage includes famous entertainers and sports figures, as well as leaders in the fields of business, science, and politics. Every essay was written exclusively for this set, and all essays adhere to the comprehensive, easy-to-use format that is standard for all the Great Lives titles. Plus, complimentary online access is provided through Salem History.

Militant Zionism in America - The Rise and Impact of the Jabotinsky Movement in the United States, 1926-1948 (Paperback, 2nd... Militant Zionism in America - The Rise and Impact of the Jabotinsky Movement in the United States, 1926-1948 (Paperback, 2nd ed.)
Rafael Medoff
R831 Discovery Miles 8 310 Out of stock

This in-depth look at a controversial faction of American Zionism fills a void in the story of American Zionism--and in the story of American Judaism. This book recounts the fascinating and little-known story of the militant American Zionists who lobbied Congress, rallied American public opinion, and influenced British-American relations in their campaign for Jewish statehood in the 1930s and 1940s. Although these activists have been dismissed as fanatics who fragmented the American Zionist movement, Rafael Medoff reveals that the faction--which included an Academy Award-winning screenwriter and several future members of the Israeli parliament--was more influential than has been previously acknowledged. These militants stirred America's conscience by placing controversial newspaper ads, lobbying conservative as well as liberal members of Congress, and staging dramatic protest rallies. Through these tactics, Medoff shows, they attracted a wave of support from an extraordinary cross-section of leading Americans, including comedians Harpo Marx and Carl Reiner, actors Vincent Price, Marlon Brando, and Jane Wyatt, musician Leonard Bernstein, and rising young politicians Jacob Javits and Hubert Humphrey. Medoff also describes the shadowy underground division that smuggled weapons to the Holy Land in caskets, naming and interviewing for the first time members of this gunrunning network. Based on years of archival research and interviews and written in a compelling style, Militant Zionism in America documents events that reshaped the American Jewish community, influenced American foreign policy, and contributed to one of the most extraordinary events of modern history: the creation of the State of Israel. Rafael Medoff is a Visiting Scholar at the State University of New York -- Purchase College.

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