'We Will Never Die' Proves Stirring Appeal for Jews

Publication Date
Thursday, July 22, 1943
Historical Event
"We Will Never Die"
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Deportation and Mass Murder
Public Responses in America
Anti-Nazi Protest and Activism
Article Type
News Article
Hollywood Citizen-News/Los Angeles Evening Citizen News
Hollywood, California
Page Section and Number
Dorothy Watson
History Unfolded Contributor
Francisco R.
Location of Research
Newspapers.com (https://www.newspapers.com)

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Hecht, Ben. We Will Never Die. Two unpublished versions of the script bearing Weill's annotations. Weill-Lenya Research Center: Series 20 and Yale Collection, folder 475.

Peck, Sarah E. "The Campaign for an American Response to the Holocaust 19431945," Journal of Contemporary History 15, 367400.

Penkower, Monty N. "In Dramatic Dissent: The Bergson Boys," American Jewish History 70, 281309.

Whitfield, Stephen J. "The Politics of Pageantry, 19361946." American Jewish History 84, no. 3 (1996): 221251.

Wyman, David S. and Rafael Medoff. A Race Against Death: Peter Bergson, America, and the Holocaust. New York: The New Press, 2002.

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