Hitler in Los Angeles: How Jews Foiled Nazi Plots Against Hollywood and America by Steven J. Ross

Hitler in Los Angeles: How Jews Foiled Nazi Plots Against Hollywood and America

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  • Samantha
    Note: I received an eARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review!I wanted to like this, I really did. I'm a big history buff, and this particular era of American/world history has always fascinated me. This, however, really sort of let me down. The subject was fascinating, but t...
  • Shae McDaniel
    Sorry, I need to just sit and stare at a wall in unblinking horror for the next few hours. Holy crow. Mr. Ross does an incredible job of detailing just how close we came on multiple occasions to utter disaster only to be saved by the dogged persistence of an amateur spy ring run by a Jewish lawyer. ...
  • Michelle Kidwell
    Hitler in Los AngelesHow Jews Foiled Nazi Plots Against Hollywood and Americaby Steven J. RossBloomsbury USAHistory , Nonfiction (Adult)Pub Date 24 Oct 2017I am reviewing a copy of Hitler in Los Angeles through Bloomsbury USA, and Netgalley:This book shows us that many American Jews did rise greatly...
  • Jon Boorstin
    Before WWII, before Hitler was seen as our enemy, winning over Los Angeles was vital to his plans for gaining influence in America – it’s port, it’s airplane factories, and most of all Hollywood, megaphone to the world. Anti-semitism was a fact of life here, embraced by many, and the ...
  • Earl Adams
    Fascinating! ...
  • Donald Luther
    Most who are familiar with American history leading up to World War II know about America First and, possibly, the Silver Shirts. But there is an impression that those groups simply disappeared after Pearl Harbor and that, even during their peak periods, they were fringe groups without much influenc...
  • C
    Interesting history. It puts into context for me the internment of my German grandfather during WWII. He thought he was a US citizen due to previous US military service, so after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, he tried to reenlist. He lived in southern California at the time. He was arrested and then ...

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