From Holocaust to Hallelujah
Hiding in Plain Sight
Lewin remembers in 1944 watching British and American bombers begin to fill the skies, “raining fire and destruction on both Nazi and Jew, on military targets as well as civilian homes – as Germany was pounded into submission,” he writes in From Holocaust to Hallelujah.
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