Posts Tagged ‘Germans’

Aug. 4, 1916 issue of the Detroit Jewish Chronicle praising the adventures of Paul Koenig, captain of the German submarine Deutschland in World War I.

Looking Back At Germany And World War I

From the DJN Foundation Davidson Digital Archive of Jewish Detroit History When cruising through the Davidson Digital Archive of Jewish Detroit History, a reader can find the unexpected, something beyond a written record of Jews in Detroit and Michigan, or in America and the world at-large. And, sometimes the report you find will really illustrate…

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Franklin D. Roosevelt

Commentary: Stop Making Excuses For FDR’s Abandonment Of The Jews

President Franklin D. Roosevelt could have saved many Jews from the Holocaust without interrupting America’s war effort. The notion that there was a contradiction between rescuing Jews and fighting the Nazis was an excuse that the Roosevelt administration made at the time — and which, surprisingly, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum seems to be echoing…

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