There were only 30 copies of the Wannsee Protocols, minutes of the top-secret meeting where Nazi leaders planned the Final Solution. Just one copy of the "heavily censored and sanitized document" survived the war, according to Dr. Michael Berenbaum, a Los Angeles-based scholar who...
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A Different Take
Many modern forms of anti-Semitism, not least the Dreyfus Affair, can be seen as a reaction to the emancipation of the Jews in Western and Central Europe following the French Revolution, according to Dr. Michael Berenbaum.
Berenbaum, a prominent figure in the...
July 3, 1997 | 8:00 pmThe Holocaust has been the professional focus of Dr. Michael Berenbaum's life for 30 of his 51 years -- as student, teacher, scholar, author, journalist and administrator.
To survive, mentally and emotionally, he has learned one lesson: "The only way to deal with death is to be...