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This paper is an exploration into whether the West, and specifically the US, could have prevented the genocide of the Jews in World War II. By attempting to interpret differently the already accepted facts, Prof. Bauer deals with the events of the 1930s, the period between 1939 and the end of 1941, and the period between the entry of the United States into the war and the war’s end in Europe in May 1945.
Dina Porat and David Bankier