6 edition of Pius Xii, the Holocaust And the Revisionists found in the catalog.
November 22, 2005
by McFarland & Company
Written in English
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Like the well-known elephant in the living room, there is one issue—or, perhaps, cluster of issues—standing head and shoulders above the rest in the recent writing of revisionist histories of Catholicism. It is the role of Pope Pius XII and the Catholic Church in . “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.
Pope Pius XI, for example, is said to have “flip-flopped spinelessly” in in dealing with Italian aggression in Ethiopia (p. 5). Phayer's treatment of Pope Pius XII's “silence” during the Holocaust is harsher than the pope's defenders would like, but at times it borders on a defense : David I. Kertzer. In the past several years, at least ten books have been published in the United States which deal with the response of the Roman Catholic Church, and particularly of Pope Pius XII, to the Holocaust. Most (and these have been the ones given favorable reviews in the media and in academia) are highly critical of the Church and the Pope, accusing them of the crimes of silence and passivity in .
According to his own times, Pope Pius XII was a hero, but according to our own times, in the opinion of these revisionists, he is a villain. In fact, at the pope's death, some Israelis had suggested that a forest be planted in Israel for all that Pius had done to save Jews during the Holocaust. LIBRARY DOCUMENTS ON PIUS XII. Cornwell’s Pope: A Nasty Caricature of a Noble and Saintly Man - ZENIT Against John Cornwell's book: "Hitler's Pope: The Secret History of Pius XII," a point by point rebuttal is provided by Dr. Peter Gumpel, S.J., one of the most respected authorities on the Catholic Church and the Second World War and postulator of the cause for beatification of Pius XII.
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Through a series of articles and essays, the editor and eight contributors critique the works of revisionists who allege that Pius XII was sympathetic to the Nazis or unresistant to their atrocities.
The essays discuss the roots of these views in the relentless Nazi and communist propaganda of the era, and the debate’s revival after a s stage play portrayed the pope as a leader afraid to speak out/5(2). The Paperback of the Pius XII, the Holocaust and the Revisionists: Essays by Patrick J.
Gallo at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. About the Book. When Cardinal Eugenio Pacelli became Pope Pius XII inthe Nazis had invaded Austria and Czechoslovakia and were poised to strike Poland.
Jews and other minorities were already being sent to concentration camps, and the world was on the verge of another horrific war.
It is her fourth book, all published by Paulist Press, on Pius XII. Whereas the first three were reactions to Pius’ critics in general, this one centers on the massive efforts made by the Holy See during the Second World War to respond to enquiries about Prisoners of War, and family members in general, including Jewish family members who were among the missing.
Sanchez also does a nice job of laying out what Pius did say about the Jewish Holocaust during the war. Pius directly - or his proxies - said quite a lot.
Pius condemned the Nazis for their racism and the murder of defenseless people on the grounds of nationality and race. The Vatican radio and newspaper condemned the Nazi atrocities against by: 9. 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). Booktopia has Pius XII, the Holocaust and the Revisionists, Essays by Patrick J. Gallo. Buy a discounted Paperback of Pius XII, the Holocaust and the Revisionists.
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.
1 The book 2 Critical reception The book [ edit ]. Pius XII, the Holocaust, and the Cold War - Michael Phayer - Google Books Using newly available material from the U.S. National Archives, Michael Phayer sheds new light on the actions of the. Patrick J. Gallo is the author of Pius XII, the Holocaust and the Revisionists ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Enemies ( avg Home My Books/5(2).
In Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust, well-informed scholars—including Michael Marrus, Michael Phayer, Richard L.
Rubenstein and Susan Zuccotti—wrestle with these questions. The book has four main themes: (1) Pope Pius XII must be understood in his particular historical context.5/5(1).
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At the beginning of the twenty-first century, Pope Pius XII has been dead more than four decades. His tomb, below the main altar of Saint Peter’s Basilica in Rome, is the object of veneration by many. The cause of his sainthood continues to be advanced.
When he died in Octobera generation. "Through a series of articles and essays, the editor and eight contributors critique the works of revisionists who allege that Pius XII was sympathetic to the Nazis or unresistant to their atrocities. The essays discuss the roots of these views in the relentless Nazi and communist propaganda of the era"--Provided by publisher.
In a review of the book, the eminent Holocaust historian and Churchill biographer, Sir Martin Gilbert, wrote that Dalin's work was "an essential contribution to our understanding of the reality of Pope Pius XII's support for Jews at their time of greatest danger.
Hopefully, his account will replace the divisively harmful version of papal neglect, and even collaboration, that has held the field for far too long.". Pius XII, the Holocaust, and the revisionists: essays. [Patrick J Gallo;] -- "Through a series of articles and essays, the editor and eight contributors critique the works of revisionists who allege that Pius XII was sympathetic to the Nazis or unresistant to their.
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Pope Pius XII led the Catholic Church during the tumult of World War II, but his silence on the fate of the millions of Jews killed during the Holocaust has. Mr. Cornwell's book was written for a mass audience, and its more sensational arguments -- Pius XII, who was pope from until his death in Author: Alessandra Stanley.
Then, in the book “ Hitler’s Pope: The Secret History of Pius XII,” journalist John Cornwell also accused him of being anti-Semitic and of actively collaborating with the Nazis.
Other.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.