By Harry Reynolds
When They Came For Martin Niemoller
Surely, it is a curiously compassionate thing to congratulate a 53-year-old Christian minister for his impressive achievement in 1945 of having finally developed into a defender of Jews at the end of the Holocaust. Last, and most tellingly, Niemoller was in prison on Kristallnacht, that November day in 1938, when, among other appalling antisemitic acts,…
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