Randolph L. Braham, leading historian of the Holocaust in Hungary, dies at 95

Dr. Randolph Braham, who described Holocaust scholarship as his “destiny” and fought against moves to whitewash Hungarian collusion with Nazi authorities, was 95 when he died.  Nov. 25 at his home in Queens.This news obituary was published by Dr. Braham, a longtime professor at the City University of New York, where he founded the Graduate Center’s Rosenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies and taught for more than three decades at City College in Manhattan, He wrote more than 60 books and hundreds of articles, including many works on comparative politics and the Soviet Union.


Submitted on: NOV 27, 2018

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