Were Americans the heroic liberators of Nazi concentration camp victims in 1945, or were they knowing and apathetic bystanders of unspeakable brutality and annihilation for a dozen years? Historians have long debated what the United States knew about Hitler's gruesome Final Solution, when they knew it, and whether they should have intervened sooner.
Made available as they are being digitized, the online records of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee will contain more than 200,000 digital pages and photographs. Covering 1939–1967, these records document the Committee's work aiding hundreds of persons displaced by World War II. From the Andover-Harvard Theological Library-Harvard Divinity School.