Russell Wallis seeks to show how and why the Holocaust was initially met with such a muted response in Britain.
On Holocaust Memorial Day, is it time Britain confronted its own genocidal past?
The story of Raoul Wallenberg – who, at immense personal risk, rescued many of Budapest’s Jews from the Holocaust – is one of the most remarkable of World War II. Yet the complete account of his life and fate can only be told now.
Within days of the first Nazi extermination camps being established, attempts to escape occurred. Patrick Montague recounts their ordeal.