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Antisemitism, World War II and FDR’s “Arsenal of Democracy” with Craig Nelson and Dan Raviv

Hosted By: Moment Magazine

From Henry Ford and Charles Lindbergh to a pro-Nazi rally at Madison Square Garden to passengers of the St. Louis being denied entry, antisemitism and isolationism raged in the United States as Nazi Germany invaded Europe. Join historian Craig Nelson, author of the new book V is for Victory: Franklin Roosevelt’s American Revolution and the Triumph of World War II, for a conversation about how FDR’s leadership transformed the United States and helped defeat the Nazis. In conversation with former CBS News correspondent and Moment contributor Dan Raviv, in commemoration of D-Day which is the day prior. This conversation is part of a Moment series on antisemitism supported by the Joyce and Irving Goldman Family Foundation.

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