In a daring escape, Sasha Pechersky saved hundreds of Jews from Hitler’s infamous death camp. But thousands had to die first, as the world watched and did nothing. By Richard Rashke
Richard Rashke is the author of Escape From Sobibor and Useful Enemies: John Demjanjuk and America’s Open-Door Policy for Nazi War Criminals.
It’s never too late to convict a Nazi. And if Germany finds 30 alleged Auschwitz guards guilty, it can thank a man named John Demjanjuk. Richard Rashke on the long path to justice.
Mad that our government lied about the NSA spying program? That’s nothing. In 1945, it lied about recruiting Nazis as spies—and the truth lay hidden for decades. By Richard Rashke
The NSA is a Johnny-come-lately to domestic surveillance—the FBI and CIA have been doing it for decades, writes Richard Rashke.
The government tried hard to discredit the late anti-nuke activist, and now it looks as though Snowden is getting the same treatment, writes Richard Rashke.
It might be ancient history that the U.S. hired and protected thousands of Nazi war criminals, but there’s no time like the present to right those wrongs. Richard Rashke on what Obama can do now.