Although the public denunciations of the American media concerning Switzerland's activities during World War Two and the Swiss banks' settling of dormant accounts in the after-years have nearly ceased, the issues raised deserve careful and impartial scrutiny. At the annual meeting of the SAHS Dr. H. Dwight Page, an American, offered an incisive analysis of the events which he expanded into the first article of this issue. As an American and committed Christian he subjects the events in question to rigorous scrutiny and in conclusion offers an intriguing suggestion resulting from his interpretation. He welcomes reactions from readers, be they positive or negative. A commitment to truth, fairness, rigorous scholarship, and Christian ethics has shaped his grappling with the issues.
Swiss American Historical Society Review: Vol. 35
, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/sahs_review/vol35/iss1/2