New book details How the U.S. media downplayed Hitler’s Holocaust during the first year of World War II


MIA “Rosiya Segodnya”




Sputnik International


MIA “Rosiya Segodnya”

Sputnik International


MIA “Rosiya Segodnya”

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Over 22 million non-combatants died in the hands of the Nazis during World War II. This includes more than 13 million Soviet citizens (1.3 million of whom are Jews), 4.3 million foreign Jews, 2.8 million Soviet prisoners of war, and 1.8 million Poles. And hundreds of thousands of selves, Romanis, Freemasons, gays and more.

Rafael Medoff, a new book by a U.S. professor of Jewish history, wrote about the genocide in Europe under Hitler’s occupation by American newspapers until after the Red Army turned against the Nazis in World War II. It provides fresh insights on how to deliberately fill the rampage lead.

The book entitled “America and the Holocaust: History of Documentaries” looks at reports on the Holocaust by major American newspapers, for example, the Chicago Daily Tribute has put a paragraph from Hitler’s relevant press report. I’m discovering. A “final solution” on page 6 of the June 29, 1942 edition, including an estimate that more than one million Jews were killed throughout occupied Europe.

Medov found that other dailys followed similar tactics, avoiding the top page spreads of the Nazi systematic murder campaign. For example, the Los Angeles Times published an overview of the same AP on page 3 of a late June treatise under the story of British POWs.

Medov published a work entitled “The Holocaust Vibret” on page 6 of the October 26, 1941 edition, detailing the execution of tens of thousands of Jews in occupied Poland by the New York Times in the fall of 1941. Mentioned from the time of publication to the latter half of 1943. When the systematic nature of Nazi crime was no longer negligible, the media, government, and even US-based Jewish groups largely ignored the issue.

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Scholars say, for example, by the summer of 1942, while the Nazis invaded the Soviet Union, U.S. media and Washington officials reported about 33,000 Soviets whose Babin Yar was killed outside Kyiv in September 1941. He said he was fully aware of the extermination campaign, including. Jews were killed in two days, and another 150,000 died in the months that followed.

“But instead of asking Roosevelt officials about the new genocide, journalists usually avoided the subject altogether,” Medov said. Said In an interview with the Israeli media. “Few American journalists asked President Roosevelt or his senior aide about their rescue policy during the Holocaust. It was both a waiver of their responsibilities and a moral tragedy,” scholars said. Insisted.

According to Medov, Jewish-American media reported Nazi crimes in more detail and regularly, but American Jewish leaders mysteriously acted to pressure the government to take action. I didn’t. For example, the influential US-based rabbi Stephen Wise (Roosevelt’s best friend) is said to have deliberately curtailed Telegram’s reporting of Nazi crimes. A series of death camps after being asked by the State Department to do so.

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“In most of September, October and November 1942, he paid little attention to genocide, and as always, how engrossed he was in business, including Jewish systematic conflicts and local politics. It’s amazing to see what happened-rather than an urgent matter, “Medov said.

Even if reports from occupied Europe can no longer be ignored by 1943, the U.S. government occasionally curbs them and fears that “promotion will increase public pressure to open the door to American refugees.” “The scholar pointed out.

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