The Massacre of the Jews

Fry, Varian
December 1942
New Republic;12/21/42, Vol. 107 Issue 25, p816
Presents information on the massacre of the Jews in Europe. Discussion on the persecution of the Jews in Egypt and the Roman Empire, the slaughters of Genghis Khan, the religious mania which swept Europe in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries and the Indian massacres in the U.S.; Encouragement of the burning of synagogues, the pillage of Jewish homes and the murder of their inhabitants; Reduction in the number of Jews in different parts of the world since the Second World War; Deportation of Jews of Europe.


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