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I like old books, and stumbled upon this author while reading some articles online. Has anyone else read from his three volume set, titled "History of the Jews"?
He treats the Jews as an oriental tribe in his writings.
My thoughts for acquiring these books were that if one is to get a view of events over the last 2000 years which are without the liberal filters, then older books might hold some clues.
I cant find much written about the man, but apparently the consensus is that Milman attempted to simply document events as he found them in various sources. However, I have found references of Milman supposedly receiving some type of gratitude from Jews for being "sympathetic".
I'm wondering also, if Henry Ford had anything to say about Milman, when Ford wrote the series "The International Jew" a few decades later.