Jared Sorhaindo (Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1986) has an MA in International Relations and International Economics from the School of Advanced International Studies at The Johns Hopkins University. He has a keen interest in 20th century European and Middle Eastern history, particularly Nazi Germany, the Soviet Union, Central-Eastern Europe, and Israel. A resident of Washington, D.C., Sorhaindo volunteers at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. He enjoys reading, traveling, hiking, sports, and learning languages. He blogs about historical topics at Al-Zilzal.
SORHAINDO, Jared. The Question of Uniqueness (HCH 12)
SORHAINDO, Jared. Reflections on Warsaw (HCH 13)
SORHAINDO, Jared. Eichmann and the “Banality of Evil”, Jared Sorhaindo (HCH 14)
SORHAINDO, Jared. Some Misconceptions about the Holocaust (HCH 15)
SORHAINDO, Jared. The Crows of Majdanek (HCH 16)
SORHAINDO, Jared. The Warsaw Ghetto: A Narrative and Reflection (HCH 17)
SORHAINDO, Jared. Heydrich: The Hangman (HCH 18)
SORHAINDO, Jared. The Twin Denials of Anti-Semitism (HCH 19)
SORHAINDO, Jared. The Significance of the Wannsee Conference (HCH 20)
SORHAINDO, Jared. The Myth of the “Żydokomuna”: Its Origins and Impact (HCH 21)
(The gatehouse at Auschwitz-Birkenau, taken from outside of the camp. Photo by Jared Sorhaindo, Auschwitz, October 4, 2014)
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