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...

Sad it is indeed that the recommendations of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry are still being debated two months after their publication by the very...

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...

The Atom Lucretius held that the world took its origin from the swerving of the atoms. Ever since Hiroshima, many had feared that man’s world, at...

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 Editor: In his review of The Case Against the Nazi War Criminals in the May Commentary, Professor Max Radin says that I am not...

The New Dynamic For the first time in history Britain offered India, her jewel, full independence. There were no strings attached—or at least none that the...

When Argentinians return home from the United States, they usually carry with them the impression that the United States is not only a different country...

Introduction These are excerpts from the group diary of “Kibbutz Buchenwald,” an agricultural commune formed by some of the survivors of Buchenwald with the intention of...

Freedom is Freedom is Freedom Treasury For The Free World. by Ben Raeburn. New York, Arco Publishing Co., 1946. 417 pp. $3.50. “The material in this book, now enlarged...

Nuremberg’s New Precedents The Case Against The Nazi War Criminals. by Robert H. Jackson. With A Preface By Gordon Dean. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1945. 217 pp....

Palestine Handbook The Palestine Yearbook. by Sophie A. Udin. Washington, Zionist Organization of America, 1945. 526 pp. $3.50. This useful compendium issued by the Zionist organization of America is...