Shlomo Aronson (historian)

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Shlomo Aronson (1936 – 21 February 2020) was an Israeli historian and political scientist. He was a professor of political science at Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His best known work was the 2004 book, Hitler, the Allies, and the Jews.[1][2][3]

Aronson died on 21 February 2020 in Kfar Saba, aged 83.[4]

Works[change | change source]

  • Aronson, Shlomo (2004). Hitler, the Allies, and the Jews. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-83877-1.

References[change | change source]

  1. Herzstein, R. E. (1 January 2005). "Hitler, the Allies, and the Jews, Shlomo Aronson (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004), 382 pp., $85.00". Holocaust and Genocide Studies. 19 (3): 525–528. doi:10.1093/hgs/dci046.
  2. McKale, Donald M. (4 December 2006). "Hitler, the Allies, and the Jews". Central European History. 39 (4): 722–724. doi:10.1017/S0008938906260242. S2CID 146595623.
  3. Cesarani, David (22 April 2016). "Reviews: Shlomo Aronson, Hitler, the Allies, and the Jews, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2004; 406 pp.; 0521838770, £45 (hbk)". European History Quarterly. 37 (3): 458–460. doi:10.1177/02656914070370030502. S2CID 143812419.
  4. "הלך לעולמו ההיסטוריון והעיתונאי פרופ שלמה אהרונסון". www.news1.co.il.