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By Gordon Thomas

This revelatory account of the way the Vatican stored hundreds of thousands of Jews in the course of WWII indicates why historical past needs to exonerate "Hitler's Pope"

 

Accused of being “silent” throughout the Holocaust, Pope Pius XII and the Vatican of global struggle II are now exonerated in Gordon Thomas’s most modern investigative paintings, The Pope's Jews. Thomas’s cautious study into new, first-hand money owed reveal an underground community of clergymen, nuns and voters that risked their lives day-by-day to guard Roman Jews.

Investigating assassination plots, conspiracies, and mystery conversions, Thomas unveils faked documentation, quarantines, and extra amazing activities taken by means of Catholics and the Vatican. The Pope's Jews finally solutions the good ethical query of the warfare: Why did Pope Pius XII refuse to sentence the genocide of Europe's Jews?

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