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The silence of the Pope: Pius XII and the SS roundup of Rome’s Jews - Lowe Family Lecture
In October 16, 1943, German SS officers surprised over a thousand of Rome’s Jews in their homes and brought them to a military college a few hundred yards from the Vatican. Great controversy has surrounded what the pope did over the following two days before the Jews were loaded onto a train that would take them directly to Auschwitz. Based upon Vatican archives for the papacy of Pius XII — which were finally opened to scholars in 2020 — learn the complete, inside story for the first time.

Feb 22, 2022 07:00 PM in Arizona

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