The Red Cross and the Holocaust

Jewish History | by | Volume 25, Issue 1 | January - February 2019

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is widely regarded as an independent and neutral organisation, however, during the Holocaust, the ICRC failed to protect Jews and, following World War II, it worked with the Vatican to protect Nazi war criminals and collaborators.1

The…

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