Book Review | Hitler’s Scapegoat: The Boy Assassin and the Holocaust by Stephen Koch - Mark Simner
Most historians of Third Reich Germany will know the story of the killing of Ernst vom Rath, a German diplomat in Paris who died of an assassination attempt in November 1938. His death is said to have provided the pretext for the infamous Kristallnacht, or ‘The Night of Broken Glass’, a violent pogrom against Jews…Read More Read More