Regarding the position of the American Jews during the World War II (Source: Human Smoke: The Beginnings of World War II, the End of Civilization, Nicholson Baker, 2008):
“Millions of strong, courageous European refugees could settle, proposed Baruch, in a place to be called the United States of Africa—a large nondenominational republic assembled from pieces of Kenya, Tanganyika, and Northern Rhodesia, all under the ‘sovereign control of England.’ Baruch opposed changing American immigration policies—the United State was in depression after all.
‘Messrs. Baruch and Morgenthau are preoccupied with saving hide and their own “positions” in America, and care next to nothing about the lot of Hitler’s victims,’wrote law professor and future Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter in a letter to a friend. ‘These men are behaving precisely as did the rich and powerful Jews who helped bring on Hitlerism as a way of avoiding Bolshevism.’”