10 edition of Pius XII, the Holocaust, and the Cold War found in the catalog.
December 30, 2007
by Indiana University Press
Written in English
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Pope Pius XII is one of the most controversial leaders of the World War II era. Yet he is controversial not because of what he did, but because of what he didn’t do. Even though the Vatican was reliably informed about the Nazi genocide of Europe’s Jews and Jewish organisations begged him to speak out, the pope refused to publicly condemn. With Besier's book as a warm‐up, approaching Michael Phayer's book, Pius XII, the Holocaust, and the Cold War completes the contextualization and allows for a more comprehensive historical view of the Holy See's wartime pope. What Phayer does in this work is place Pope Pius into the larger scope of Holocaust Studies.
After decades of pressure from historians and Jewish groups, the Vatican on Monday began allowing scholars to access the archives of Pope Pius XII, who remained publicly silent during the Holocaust. A new book delves into the real story of how the Allies confronted the Holocaust. For decades, the attempts made by the United Nations War Crimes Commission (UNWCC) to prosecute the horrific.
The charity and work of Pope Pius XII during World War II so impressed the Chief Rabbi of Rome, Israel Zolli, that in he was open to the grace of God which led him into the Catholic faith. Pius XII, Ronald J. Rychlak’s Hitler, the War and the Pope, Michael Phayer’s The Catholic Church and the Holocaust, , Susan Zuccotti’s Under His Very Windows, Ralph McInerny’s The Defamation of Pius XII, and, most recently, James Carroll’s Constantine’s Sword.
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See search results and the Cold War book this author. Cited by: 9. Using newly available material from the U.S. National Archives, Michael Phayer sheds new light on the actions of the Vatican and of the man whom some have mistakenly called "Hitler's Pope." As a new world war loomed, the Vatican believed it had to make a choice between communism and Nazism.
Reluctantly, both Pius XII and his predecessor chose the Nazis as the lesser of. “A riveting account of the actions of Pius XII during Europe's darkest years and the early Cold War.
Before the war the Vatican chose Nazism rather than Communism as the lesser of two evils. In his new book Michael Phayer shows how this decision kept Pope Pius from doing as much as he might have to save the Jews, and led him to help the.
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Pius XII, the Holocaust, and the Cold War. [Michael Phayer] -- "Two events in - the Bolshevik revolution in Russia and the apparition of Our Lady of Fatima in Portugal - fixed the battle lines of the twentieth century in the mind of Pius XII Pacelli, later.
Pius XII, the Holocaust, and the Cold War book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Using newly available material from the U.S. Nat /5(11). Pius XII, the Holocaust and the Cold Michael Phayer. Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press, pp.
$ In his latest book, Michael Phayer both revisits ground addressed in his earlier work, The Catholic Church and the Holocaust,and expands his scope to consider the role Pope Pius XII may have played in the conflicts of the.
Pope Pius XII's alleged silence in the face of the destruction of the European Jews during World War II has been the subject of a fierce controversy that has continued unabated ever since Rolf Hochhuth's The Deputy made the charge so spectacularly in Numerous critics have accused Pius of everything from deliberate anti-Semitism to collusion with the Nazi Cited by: 9.
In the book Hitler’s Pope, British journalist John Cornwell argued that Pope Pius XII’s career as a diplomat helps explain why he didn’t openly condemn the Nazi persecution of Jews. MICHAEL PHAYER.
Pius XII, the Holocaust, and the Cold ngton: Indiana University Press. xvi, $Author: David I. Kertzer. Pius XII, the Holocaust, and the Cold War Kevin P. Spicer Building upon his important study The Catholic Church and the Holocaust, –1 Michael Phayer has produced a significant work, Pius XII, the Holocaust, and the Cold War, which illuminates the choices that the Vatican made under Pius XII during the Second World War and the.
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Spicer. Pius, he argues, was "the first Cold War warrior," a staunch anticommunist so obsessed with the threat of communism that it blinded him to Nazi genocide.
While Phayer criticizes Pius's anticommunist ideology as "flawed and mistaken," he tries to make sense of the Pope's intentions to combat "godless communism" by saving Roman Catholicism and Rome. Pius XII, the Holocaust, and the Cold War Item Preview remove-circle Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.
IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on Septem SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: Pius XII, original name Eugenio Maria Giuseppe Giovanni Pacelli, (born March 2,Rome, Italy—died October 9,Castel Gandolfo), pope, bishop of Rome and head of the Roman Catholic Church, who had a long, tumultuous, and controversial pontificate (–58).During his reign as pope, the papacy confronted the ravages of World War II (–45), the abuses of.
Pius XII, The Holocaust, and the Cold War is a book by historian Michael Phayer which makes use of documents that had been released under US President Bill Clinton's executive order declassifying wartime and postwar documents.
Susan Zuccotti's Under His Very Windows: The Vatican and the Holocaust in Italy () and Michael Phayer's The Catholic Church and the Holocaust, – () and Pius XII, The Holocaust, and the Cold War () provided further critical, though more scholarly analysis of Created cardinal: 16 Decemberby Pius XI.
Collaborative effort by a number of the world's leading experts on the Holocaust. Lively, but not sensationalistic, this book is balanced but on the cutting edge of one of the most important debates in this field: how should Vatican policies during World War II be understood.
Specifically, could Pope Pius XII have curbed the Holocaust by vigorously condemning the Nazi killing of 5/5(1).
In his acclaimed book, Church of Spies: The Pope’s Secret War Against Hitler, Riebling documented how Pius XII contacted the anti-Nazi German resistance early on in. Pope Pius XII And The Holocaust book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
How should Vatican policies during World War II be underst /5(11). An attendant opens the section of the archive dedicated to Pope Pius XII on Friday at the Vatican. The Monday unsealing of the archives of Pius XII has been awaited for decades by Jewish groups.