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Whistleblowers: Four Who Fought to Expose the Holocaust to America

Whistleblowers: Four Who Fought to Expose the Holocaust to America

ISBN: 9781506737607
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A compelling nonfiction graphic novel, set on the stage of World War II, Whistleblowers is the true story of 4 courageous individuals who risked their careers--or their lives--to confront the unfolding Holocaust.

Who were the whistleblowers?
  • Alan Cranston--a young journalist and future U.S. senator who exposed the truth of Hitler's plans.
  • Josiah E. DuBois Jr.--a member of Franklin Roosevelt's Treasury Department whose report pressured the President to grant haven to refugees.
  • Jan Karski--an eyewitness to Nazi atrocities who met with American and British officials to disclose the death camps.
  • Arthur Weil--an American civil servant who blew the whistle on colleagues who were blocking the rescue of refugees.

Acclaimed author Rafael Medoff, co-founder of the David Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies, and award-winning comics creator Dean Motter bring to life these tales of moral courage in the shadow of genocide.
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