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GABRIEL SCHOENFELD

GABRIEL SCHOENFELD

By the eve of the Six-Day war of 1967, after over a decade of intensive effort, Israel had succeeded in building a small number of...

Explaining Hitler by Ron Rosenbaum Random House. 448 pp. $30.00 Why did Hitler murder six million of Europe’s Jews? A half-century later, we still live under the shadow...

A Tangled Web: The Making of Foreign Policy in the Nixon Presidency by William Bundy Hill and Wang. 647 pp. $35.00 Richard Nixon’s presidency ended in the self-immolation...

Harvard’s Holocaust chair has been in the news again. It was bad enough that, as of this past winter, the university had kept the slot unfilled...

Friends in High Places: Our Journey From Little Rock to Washington, D.C. by Webb Hubbell Morrow. 342 pp. $27.50 For five years now, a ceaseless series of scandals...

Radio Free Europe and the Pursuit of Democracy: My War Within the Cold War by George R. Urban Yak. 256 pp. $35.00 On a chilly December day in...

We now know: Rethinking Cold War History by John Lewis Gaddis Oxford. 425 pp. $30.00 Man Without a Face: The Autobiography of Communism’s Greatest Spymaster by Markus Wolf with...

The X-Files At a Century’s Ending: Reflections 1982-1995 by George F. Kennan Norton. 351 pp. $27.50 Twentieth-Century American intellectual life has witnessed more than a handful of extraordinary political...

Genius & Plod In Search of Churchill: A Historian’s Journey by Martin Gilbert Wiley. 338 pp. $30.00 In the summer of 1915, having been sacked as First Lord of...

Sorry about That In retrospect: The Tragedy and Lessons of Vietnam. by Robert S. McNamara with Brian Vandemark. Times Books/Random House. 414 pp. $27.50. In 1964, Robert S. McNamara,...

Missing the Boat The Dream That Failed: Reflections on the Soviet Union. by Walter Laqueur. Oxford. 231 pp. $25.00. In the summer 1989 issue of a leading scholarly journal,...