The Myth of Rescue

Why the Democracies Could Not Have Saved More Jews from the Nazis

By William D. Rubinstein, Prof; W. D. Rubinstein; Rubinstein W. D.
(Routledge, Hardcover, 9780415124553, 288pp.)

Publication Date: June 1997

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It has long been argued that the Allies did little or nothing to rescue Europe's Jews. Arguing that this has been consistently misinterpreted, The Myth of Rescue states that few Jews who perished could have been saved by any action of the Allies. In his new introduction to the paperback edition, Willliam Rubinstein responds to the controversy caused by his challenging views, and considers further the question of bombing Auschwitz, which remains perhaps the most widely discussed alleged lost opportunity for saving Jews available to the Allies.

About the Author
Bill Rubinstein is a Professor at Aberystwyth. He is well known as a controversial author in historical circles. His best selling books include ""The Truth Will Out,"" which presents a new candidate for The Shakespeare Authorship Debate and ""The Myth of Rescue"" which refuted the idea that more Jews could have been saved by the Allies from the Holocaust.

William D. Rubinstein is Professor of Modern History, University of Wales, Aberystwyth.

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