How silent were the churches? : Canadian Protestantism and the Jewish plight during the Nazi era /
The authors use old letters, sermons and other church documents to yield a profile of contemporary Canadian Protestant attitudes towards the Nazi persecution of the Jews. They conclude with an evaluation of the dilemmas faced by religious communities when confronted by the realities of power.
|Published:||Waterloo, Ont. : Wilfrid Laurier University Press, ©1997.|
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