Vienna (July 1946)—Three boys, aged about seven, were furiously at work in a comer of the common room, stuffing fresh white bread into their faces...

The time, October 1943. Italy was out of the war, but the Germans were rapidly taking over in Rome and elsewhere, and veteran Nazi divisions...

The average reader—as he follows day-to-day news stories from abroad and the run of political comment on them—seldom gets the one thing that interests him...

For many centuries, the so-called Caucasian Mountain Jews have been living isolated in their remote and lofty auls, or villages. Until recently, they were almost...

Baden-Baden “Germany” has become a word without meaning. It is a case of finished history. For, with its defeat, “Germany” has ceased to exist. The territory...

Paris It is indeed disillusioning to rub elbows with the great of this world, and all the charm of the Parisian summer cannot alter the fact....

London The situation here in London is as tense as it is confusing. Anglo-Jewry is intensely shocked at the recent events in Palestine. And its grief...

In What Words Speak? No Traveler Returns. by Henry Shoskes and Curt Riess. New York, Doubleday Doran, 1945. 267 pp. $2.50. The Promise Hitler Kept. by Stefan Szende. New York, Roy...

President Truman said in his first message to Congress on April 16, 1945: “In this shrinking world, it is futile to seek safety behind geographical...

Amidst the ruins of an ancient German city, the leader of a crew that was clearing away wreckage pointed to an inscription on a toppling...

Simplicissimus Confessions of A European Intellectual. By Franz Schoenberner. New York, Macmillan, 1946. 315 pp. $2.75. I don’t think that during all the years in which I read Simplicissimus...

To the long line of legendary heroes of Israel, the Second World War has added the gallant band of young men and women known as...