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Ordinary Jews: Choice and Survival during the Holocaust;Jewish-Nazi Collaboration Analyzed. Earlier Jewish-Soviet Collaboration at Bialystok: Exculpation Falls Apart,

Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Other reviews of this book already inform the reader about its overall content, and I do not repeat them. Instead, I focus on specific themes. My review content is topical, and not according to the actual chronology of events.


From Oswiecim to Auschwitz: Poland Revisited; an Example of Jewish-German Collaboration, Against Poland, in the 1939 War,

Saturday, June 10, 2017
Other reviewers already inform the reader about the content of this book, including its emphasis on Hasidism in Poland. Instead of repeating them, I focus on a distinctive item of information.

Much has been written about some Poles who, during the Nazi German occupation, had served the Germans at the expense of the Jews. However, it is also a little-known fact that some Jews had earlier curried favor with the German invaders of Poland in 1939. This book provides one such example. >>more...

Auschwitz, Poland, and the Politics of Commemoration, 1945-1979 (Polish and Polish American Studies;Refutes the “Hide Jewish Deaths” Polonophobic Myth. The Rest is the Standard Judeocentric Fare,

Saturday, June 3, 2017
Much of this book simply repeats the usual memes found in countless other books on Poles and Jews. For instance, there is the mystification of the Holocaust conducted by Jan Blonski and Michael Steinlauf. There is mention, yet again, of Poles thinking themselves the “Jesus Christ of Nations”, as if this was some kind of disease from which Poles must be cured so that they will finally do the right thing and fall down in obeisance to Jewish ways of thinking. >>more...

Jewish Presence in Absence: The Aftermath of the Holocaust in Poland, 1944 2010;Holocaust Industry 1997 Act is Legally Baseless. Polish-Jewish Two-Way Prejudices. 1968 Jew-Removal Insights,

Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Most of this work is nothing new: It largely consists of all the customary Pole-accusing and Holocaust Supremacist memes. Moreover, Polish scholars who dissent from the standard Judeocentric narrative are labelled “right wing” or “nationalist”. [If name-calling is to be done at all, then why, instead of using misleading and emotive terms such as “nationalist” on one hand and “not real Poles” on the other, not call them “Judeo-independent” on one hand and “Judeo-compliant” on the other?] >>more...

Golden Harvest or Hearts of Gold? Studies on the Wartime Fate of Poles and Jews;A Detailed Refutation of the Polonophobic Bilge of Neo-Stalinist Jan T. Gross

Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Even the well-informed reader will learn much from this work. The comprehensiveness and depth of this tome is head, shoulders, and chest above that of Jan T. Gross and his Golden Harvest: Events at the Periphery of the Holocaust. (See also the Peczkis review therein). >>more...

The Plunder of Jewish Property During the Holocaust: Confronting European History;Non-Jews Slighted. Holocaust Industry Ad: Lumps Nazi Germany and Nazi-German-Conquered Nations Together as “Robbers” of Jews

Friday, May 19, 2017
The very title of this book is Orwellian. It conflates ALL forms of acquisition, of post-Jewish property, regardless of circumstance, as “plunder”. Besides being totally Judeocentric and insensitive to the sufferings of non-Jews, it is wide off the mark. >>more...

Imperfect Justice: Looted Assets, Slave Labor, and the Unfinished Business of World War II;Germans, Swiss, and French. Now the Holocaust Industry Targets Nazi-German-Victim Poland. Lack of Transparency--Then and Now

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Nazi German Genocide of Poles and Other Slavs:PArt II

Sunday, May 7, 2017
The list author says: "The Nazi Holocaust (Shoah), directed at Jews, is well publicized. The Nazi German genocide of Poles and other Slavic peoples, under the auspices of the Third Reich, is much less known. This needs to change. >>more...

Forgotten Holocaust: Nazi Genocide of Poles--the Untold Story

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Wearing the Letter P: Polish Women as Forced Laborers in Nazi Germany, 1939-1945 ;Shows Parallels of the Experiences of Poles and Jews in Nazi Germany. Unmentioned Forced Labor as Passive Genocide,

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Author Knab cites German historian Ulrich Herbert. He stated that over 7.6 million foreign workers were registered for the territory of the Greater German Reich. Of these, 1.7 million were Poles (not including POWs), with over half of them female, and with an average age about twenty. (p. 36). >>more...
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