"Bloody Days" manuscript.


Allex, Morris. "Bloody Days" manuscript.

"Bloody Days" manuscript.

Consists of the original manuscript of "Bloody Days" by Morris Allex. The manuscript discusses a wide variety of Jewish and Holocaust-related themes, among them are the history of Jewish persecution, the role of American Jews during World War II, the reaction of Christian leaders in the United States, Jewish-American war heroes, death statistics for individual European countries, and the martyrdom of Jewish artists, poets, and scholars during the Holocaust. Large sections of the manuscript are excerpts from works by other authors. Among these are excerpts from works by David Einhorn, Z. Kotler, Chaim Lieberman, and Roman Carmen.

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