Sacrifice of Isaac / Neil Gordon.
After the death of an Israeli statesman, famous for saving Jews in World War II, his American son travels to Europe to settle the estate. The trip opens his eyes to a far less complimentary side of his father's wartime activities. A reappraisal of Israeli righteousness and German guilt.
- New York : Random House, c1995
- 1st ed
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