Hitler, the War, and the Pope
Ronald J. Rychlak
Explore the controversial legacy of Pope Pius XII, Bishop of Rome during World War II, in Hitler, the War, and the Pope. Some accuse him of being indifferent to Nazi atrocities, while others consider him a saint for his efforts to save Jewish lives. Discover the truth in this convincing refutation of the black legend surrounding Pius XII and his role during the Holocaust. Learn how the Pope's fierce opposition to Nazism and anti-Semitism led to his feverish efforts to save lives, providing a definitive answer to the allegation that he was "Hitler's Pope."