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The tragic missed opportunity to stop the Holocaust: New book reveals how an American Jesuit worked with the Vatican in plot that could have saved millions of Jews
By LESLIE LARSON
The slaughter of six million Jews during the Holocaust remains among the darkest periods of human history but one author is exploring what could have been, had the Vatican used its platform to speak out in condemnation of the Nazi regime.
Though Pope Pius XII has been labeled Hilter’s Pope for his failure to denounce the Third Reich, author Peter Eisner points to his predecessor, Pius XI, and his attempts to build a church campaign to stand in opposition to oppressive regimes sweeping across Europe. (MORE)