Greenberg played for the Detroit Tigers in the 30s, joined the Army pre-Pearl Harbor, then returned to baseball in 1945, hitting innumerable homeruns every year in defiance of his era’s Nazi stereotypes. In this ebullient BioDoc, Greenberg’s forever preserved as a Jewish hero as well as a great American dreamer. (For more, see Jan’s WJD review in COLUMNS section.) More on THE LIFE & TIMES OF HANK GREENBERG.
Amelie Lasker November 22, 2017