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  • Went to the theater last night, and saw an interesting new play by Bernard Weintraub, who used to write for the NYT called Accomplices about how the US basically did nothing while Jews were being slaughtered by the Nazi's.

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  • The "Accomplices" of the Commission's title turned out to be non-Jewish Soviet citizens.

    Ukrainians & the Holocaust

  • It would be a terrible irony if this scholar, who in his book Harvest of Sorrow demonstrated such sympathy for the Ukrainians when they were the victims of the Soviet Union's most heinous crimes (Stalin's terror-famine), should now himself unwittingly follow a Soviet policy by refusing to deal with the Ukrainian role as "Accomplices" in the Holocaust.

    Ukrainians & the Holocaust

  • If you're curious, in the "Accomplices" section to the right I have included a link to

    DVD Verdict

  • Days later the book Accomplices of the President hit stores.

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  • Days later the book Accomplices of the President hit stores.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • Days later the book Accomplices of the President hit stores.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • There is also the building contractor in "The Accomplices" (1955), watching as the police close in on the hit-and-run driver who has killed a bus full of school children.

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  • There is also the building contractor in "The Accomplices" (1955), watching as the police close in on the hit-and-run driver who has killed a bus full of school children.

    The Mastery of Georges Simenon

  • And, of course, husband and wife team Amy Poehler and Will Arnett featured here as the "Accomplices."

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