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The Oxford readers..Eyewitness DuBois: Poles Also Greatly Suffered in WWII—Not Only the Jews

Tuesday, January 16, 2018
W. E. B. DuBois has been quoted, as per his visit to Poland immediately after WWII, about the Nazi German-destroyed Warsaw Ghetto. However, what is seldom told is his appreciation of Polish suffering, as manifested by the complete destruction of Warsaw at the hands of the Germans. The following is a direct quote from DuBois (from page 471 of this anthology): >>more...

War and Genocide: A Concise History of the Holocaust (Critical Issues in World and International History) byDoris L. Bergen;Good Introduction to WWII Genocides. No De-Germanization of the Nazis; Limited Holocaust Supremacism; German Genocide of Poles

Friday, December 22, 2017
Author Doris L. Bergen is Professor of Holocaust Studies at the University of Toronto. This book is excellent in terms of its relative de-emphasis of Holocaust supremacism. That is, it avoids Holocaustspeak and the mystification of the Holocaust, and it gives nontrivial coverage to the long-neglected non-Jewish victims of the Nazis, notably the Poles. I focus on a few salient subjects in this comprehensive introductory book. >>more...

Microhistories of the Holocaust (War and Genocide) 1st Edition by Claire Zalc (Editor),‎ Tal Bruttmann (Editor);Au Revoir, JUDENJAGD. The “Polish Complicity in the Holocaust” Canard Refuted. Polish Jew-Killing and Anti-Semitism Unconnected

Friday, December 22, 2017
My review is limited to Tomasz Frydel and his chapter: “The ‘Hunt for the Jews’ as a Social Process, 1942-1945”. Once again, Frydel’s work is refreshingly objective. It is a clear contrast to the standard narrative, especially as propounded by neo-Stalinist authors such as Jan T. Gross, Jan Grabowski (especially his JUDENJAGD), and Barbara Engelking. According to the standard narrative, Poles, apart from a handful of enlightened individuals that rescued Jews, were a terrible, primitive people steeped in Catholic-patriotic traditions, making them (what else?) anti-Semitic, and therefore prone to denounce and kill fugitive Jews. Using excellent scholarship, including the use of archival information, Frydel soundly debunks this standard Polonophobic and anti-Catholic nonsense. >>more...

Microhistories many of them of the Holocaust;Au Revoir, JUDENJAGD. The “Polish Complicity in the Holocaust” Canard Refuted. Polish Antisemitism and Jew-Killing Unconnected

Saturday, December 9, 2017
My review is limited to Tomasz Frydel and his chapter: “The ‘Hunt for the Jews’ as a Social Process, 1942-1945”. Once again, Frydel’s work is refreshingly objective. It is a clear contrast to the standard narrative, especially as propounded by neo-Stalinist authors such as Jan T. Gross, Jan Grabowski (especially his JUDENJAGD), and Barbara Engelking. According to the standard narrative, Poles, apart from a handful of enlightened individuals that rescued Jews, were a terrible, primitive people steeped in Catholic-patriotic traditions, making them (what else?) anti-Semitic, and therefore prone to denounce and kill fugitive Jews. Using excellent scholarship, including the use of archival information, Frydel soundly debunks this standard Polonophobic and anti-Catholic nonsense. >>more...

War and genocide History:Good Introduction to WWII Genocides. No De-Germanization of the Nazis; Limited Holocaust Supremacism; German Genocide of Poles

Saturday, December 9, 2017
Author Doris L. Bergen is Professor of Holocaust Studies at the University of Toronto. This book is excellent in terms of its relative de-emphasis of Holocaust supremacism. That is, it avoids Holocaustspeak and the mystification of the Holocaust, and it gives nontrivial coverage to the long-neglected non-Jewish victims of the Nazis, notably the Poles. I focus on a few salient subjects in this comprehensive introductory book. >>more...

holocaust and the european societies;Goodbye, JUDENJAGD. The German-Terror Object Lesson at Podborze: The REAL Reason That Poles Started Killing Jews

Wednesday, November 29, 2017
My review is limited to the eye-opening chapter by Tomasz Frydel, titled “The PAZIFIZIERUNGSAKTION as a Catalyst of Anti-Jewish Violence. A Study of the Social Dynamics of Fear”. It is outstanding.

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Frydel’s work is refreshingly objective. It stands out in stark contrast to the standard narrative, especially as propounded by neo-Stalinist authors such as Jan T. Gross, Jan Grabowski (especially his JUDENJAGD), and Barbara Engelking. According to the standard narrative, Poles, apart from a handful of enlightened individuals that rescued Jews, were a terribly primitive people steeped in Catholic-patriotic traditions, making them (what else?) anti-Semitic, and therefore prone to denounce and kill fugitive Jews. >>more...

German reparations to Israel byNicholas Balabkins by WEsst Germans;Germans Voted-In Hitler. German Equipment to Israel. Holocaust Industry “Compassion to Holocaust Survivors” Racket

Friday, November 17, 2017
Although this work was published in 1971, it remains relevant. This owes to what nowadays is called the Holocaust Industry. It also relates to current German attempts to whitewash themselves.
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Jewish Bioethics byYechiel Michael Barilan;“Poles Rescued Too Few Jews” Hypocrisy. Medical-School Cadaver Affair in 1920s Poland—Driven By Stubborn Rabbis

Thursday, November 16, 2017
Yechiel Michael Barilan is professor of medical education at the Sackler School of Medicine at Tel Aviv University. Nowadays, the once-militant Polish opposition to 1920s Jewish medical students freely dissecting the cadavers of Poles, but rarely the cadavers of Jews, is customarily blamed exclusively on (what else?) Polish anti-Semitism. The author provides valuable information that soundly debunks this blame-it-all-on-Poles standard narrative. He also includes other insights into rabbinical literature. >>more...

Memory and political change; a Revealing Statement on Jewish-German Reconciliation. Money Talks: Implications for the Holocaust Industry

Wednesday, October 25, 2017
This book touches on many different aspects of victimhood. My review focuses exclusively on the Holocaust. >>more...

texture of Memory: Holocaust memories Babi Yar Memorial Park in Denver: Ukrainian-Americans Push Back Against Holocaust Supremacism. Bravo! Poland's Jewish Cemeteries

Wednesday, October 25, 2017
This book includes details on the early-postwar memorialization of what became known as the Shoah. It also provides details on the post-1970’s boom in Holocaust promotion. >>more...
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