World War II

STRATEGIC SCAPEGOAT

HITLER’S PAWN

The Boy Assassin and the Holocaust

By Stephen Koch. 259 pp. Counterpoint, 2019. $26.

WHILE BOOKSHELVES the world over groan under the weight of Hitler biographies, there is now a sizable body of work dealing with what we might call “supporting actors” of the Third Reich. Recent years have seen profiles of Eva

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