Stan Goldman's amazing account of the survival and rescue of a thousand Jewish women from a Nazi death camp. He will also discuss how he believes he uncovered the reason for Adolf Hitler's suicide. Stan Goldman is now a tenured professor of criminal law and evidence law at Loyola Law School here in Los Angeles. Earlier in his career, he covered The Scott Peterson, O.J. Simpson, Michael Jackson and Timothy McVey trials as well as the Clinton Impeachment, working with CNBC, CBS, Kingworld and a decade working full time for the Fox News Channel as their on-air legal correspondent and the network sole legal editor. He has appeared as an expert on Entertainment Tonight 25 times, O'Reilly, 40 times, Hannity, 20 times and in trades such as People 36 times. In addition, he spent a couple years as special correspondent for the New York Daily News, which published about 90 of his stories. In fact, so accomplished is Goldman, that he has been immortalized the popular Doonesbury comic strip. Among his many accomplishments, Goldman has become the founding Director for the Study of Law on Genocide. Today, as the son of a Auschwitz survivor and at a time when a significant rise in anti-Semitic attacks in the United States can be seen in the news, he has chosen to write a book about the subject of the Holocaust, detailing his mother's experiences. Published by Potomac Books (an imprint of University of Nebraska Press) with audio right having been purchased by Recorded Books, we are offering an interview with Goldman about a book that blends both the history and a personal story in a way that has never been done before, according to Michael Berenbaum, who is considered perhaps the country's leading Holocaust scholar and whose review appears on the back of the book.
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