by Doug Gold
The author tells a dramatic story of World War II: the meeting of his in-laws, a Slovene partisan fighter and a Kiwi prisoner of war under Nazi occupation.
SOURCE: New York Review of Books
by Molly Jong-Fast
"I never considered my grandfather to be a danger to the republic, but J. Edgar Hoover disagreed." The FBI surveilled writer Howard Fast extensively, though, as he wrote in his autobiography, "the eleven hundred pages detailed every—or almost every—decent act I had performed in my life."
SOURCE: The New York Times
The pandemic has hastened the departure of witnesses to the wrenching conflicts of the last century, allowing rising political forces to recast history.
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