The Gray Zone

  title={The Gray Zone},
  author={P. Henry},
  journal={Philosophy and Literature},
  pages={150 - 166}
  • P. Henry
  • Published 2009
  • Philosophy
  • Philosophy and Literature
Wherever Jews lived, there were recognized Jewish leaders, and this leadership, almost without exception, cooperated in one way or another for one reason or another, with the nazis. The whole truth was that if the Jewish people had really been unorganized and leaderless, there would have been chaos and plenty of misery but the total number of victims would hardly have been between four and a half and six million people.1 


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