In the Shoa's aftermath, a costly indifference

Wind, Barbara
April 2010
New Jersey Jewish News;4/1/2010, Vol. 64 Issue 13, p18
In this article the author's view in response to the life and works of Hasia Diner that supported in view among American Jews who have also felt much concern over the Holocaust and its survivors, especially during the aftermath of the tragedy.


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