Stanley A. Goldman is a professor of law at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles and the founding director of the Loyola Center for the Study of Law and Genocide. He co-anchored a national program on CBS Network Radio during the months of the O. J. Simpson trial and has spent over two years as a regular contributor on CNBC. Goldman has spent more than ten years as a full-time employee of the Fox News Channel as the network's on-air legal editor, as well as a news correspondent, analyst, and occasional host.
"A harrowing, haunting memoir and history. I couldn't put it
down."--Charles Rosenberg, author of The Trial and Execution of
the Traitor George Washington -- (03/02/2018)
"Professor Goldman's account of this previously untold moment in history is seismic. What a tale! It is not only purposeful but also riveting and enlightening. It's a must-read, especially at a time when, sadly, there are creeping global similarities to the festering mindset in the run-up to World War II."--Ashleigh Banfield, host of HLN's Crime and Justice with Ashleigh Banfield
"Powerful. It's riveting."--Geraldo Rivera
"The son of a Holocaust survivor rehearses the horrors of his mother's captivity, the improbability of her survival, and the deleterious lingering effects on her--and him. . . . A welcome excavation of an obscure corner of Holocaust history."--Kirkus-- (10/02/2018)
"Goldman . . . deftly mixes his personal experiences growing up the son of a survivor and the events surrounding the crash of Hitler's 1,000-year Reich."--Tom Tugen, Jewish Journal-- (02/13/2019)