Holocaust Forgotten or RevisitedTuesday, November 22, 2016
This work begins with basic information on the Holocaust. The reader learns that, although the Nazi decision to exterminate the Jews was not made before spring 1941 (p. 14), Chaim Weizmann had quoted the (possibly talismanic) figure of 6 million Jewish victims, as early as 1939. (p. 13). [The 6 million figure had been suggested decades earlier.] >>more...
Aniti- Semitism:The essence (in answer to Fr. Szczerbinski’s article “Anti-Semitism in Poland from non-Jewish prospective)*, or Semitic reality only? Is it possible to deny to the Jew to be a good and honest man?Saturday, September 17, 2016
The author of this article( Fr Szczerbinski) is an expert in Jewish-Polish relations, and is very knowledgably familiar in the Judaist thoughts and the Judaism in particular. His voice could be considered an official stance of catholic milieu in the scientific exchange and the conversation between Jews and Poles... He is also a head of the Institute of the Jewish Cultural Institution, as well as part of the Christian dialogue between Judaism and Christianity in particular Catholicism. >>more...Thursday, September 1, 2016
The title of this Polish-language book on the mass murder of hundreds of thousands of Poles. It is a scholarly work, based extensively on Soviet archives. The work is loaded with information on personages, events, and locations. There is also a section on the testimonies of Soviet Poles who had survived the genocide. >>more...Tuesday, August 16, 2016
Jewish influnced POlish Scholars against Poland's intrest This review is from: Understanding Jewish InfluenceTuesday, August 2, 2016
In the Introduction, Dr. Samuel Francis comments, (quote) As happens to anyone who discusses Jewish influence openly and honestly, Dr. MacDonald was soon accused of “anti-Semitism”, and efforts were made to end his career, prevent him from publishing, and smear him as a scholar and a person. So far these efforts have been unsuccessful. (unquote). (p. 5).
MacDonald retorts, (quote) The American Jewish community is well organized and lavishly funded. It has achieved a great deal of power, and it has been successful in achieving its interests. One of the great myths often promulgated by Jewish apologists is that Jews have no consensus and therefore cannot wield any real power. Yet there is in fact a great deal of consensus on broad Jewish issues, particularly in the areas of Israel and the welfare of other foreign Jewries, immigration and refugee policy, church-state separation, abortion rights, and civil liberties. Massive changes in public policies on these issues, beginning with the countercultural revolution of the 1960s, coincide with the period of increasing Jewish power and influence in the United States. Indeed, one is hard-pressed to find any significant area where public policy conflicts with the attitudes of mainstream Jewish organizations. (unquote). (p. 33). >>more...
This book is a catalogue of over 2,000 locations (p. 9) where the Germans committed murder against Poles and Jews. Each page of this book has a short paragraph detailing the nature of the crime and often the approximate number of victims. The book doesn't pretend to be complete, and doesn't even touch on cultural genocide. It only shows the main locations of murders. (And then excepting, of course, an unknown number of places of secret executions in the woods, whose victims are in well-disguised graves). There is a list of localities according to alphabetical order for quick reference (pp. 337-351). >>more...Friday, July 29, 2016
Virtually everything in this book has been said before. For instance, Rosenfeld brings up the old controversies about President Reagan’s visit to Bitburg, Germany. >>more...
Fresh Wounds: Early Narratives of Holocaust Survival by Niewyk, Donald L. (ed.) published by The University of North Carolina PressFriday, July 15, 2016
This anthology features Holocaust survivors from Poland and a few other countries, including Germany. The experiences include those of Jews who fled the ghettos as well as those who survived the war by being in German concentration camps. The survivors are identified by their first names and the first letters of their last names.Friday, July 15, 2016
Many reviews already provide the reader with a synopsis of this book, and, instead of repeating them, I focus on generally-unmentioned issues. Author Ella Burakowski, born long after the war, is the daughter of Shoshana and her sister Esther, and the grandchild of Leib and Hanna Gold. The setting of this Holocaust-survival memoir is Pinczow, Kolkow, Dzialoszyce, and surrounding towns. >>more...Monday, July 11, 2016
Obiegowa narracja o tych masakrach – szczególnie na Zachodzie – jest prosta. Winnymi są Polacy, a ściślej „polski antysemityzm,” który stanowi istotę polskości jako odrębnego samookreślenia. Antysemityzm jest „nieracjonalną nienawiścią” do Żydów. Dlaczego? Bo nienawiść jest nieracjonalna i nie sposób jej wytłumaczyć. A płynie ona z fobii i strachów. A te – jak wiadomo – są zawsze nieracjonalne. Nie ma ich co rozpatrywać, a zidentyfikować należy ich źródła. Są nimi w tym wypadku chrześcijaństwo i patriotyzm, czyli „katolicyzm” i „nacjonalizm”. Oba te „zjawiska socjologiczne” wytwarzają swym systemem ideowym uprzedzenia, które szerzą się jadem propagandy religijno-rasistowskiej wśród ludności, a które kończą się „zawsze” w Auschwitz. Antysemityzm prowadzi do Holocaustu. >>more...| 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 |
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