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The Warriors: My Life As A Jewish Soviet Partisan (Religion, Theology, and the Holocaust) Paperback Germen killed Jews in Jedwabne

Sunday, June 15, 2014
Zissman describes a time a prewar Poland during which he had a rosy view of Communism. He does not explain how he could have thought this in view of such things as the ruthless totalitarianism and the removal of Jews from top positions in the Soviet Union by Stalin in the mid-1930's. Or how could he be ignorant of these facts? >>more...

The Holocaust in the East: Local Perpetrators and Soviet Responses (Pitt Russian East European)

Sunday, June 15, 2014
Most of this anthology is about the unfolding Holocaust in Nazi German occupied eastern Poland, western Soviet Union, and eastern Romania. I limit my review to general comments about the USSR and specific comments about Poland. This book is of variable quality (hence my 3-star rating), and much of it (especially Marci Shore's chapter on Jedwabne) rehashes old information >>more...


Thursday, May 15, 2014
“ The Jedwabne pogrom (pronounced [jɛdˈvabnɛ]) of July 1941 during German occupation of Poland, was a massacre (pogrom) of at least 340 Polish Jews,[1] of all ages. These are the official findings of the Institute of National Remembrance, "confirmed by the number of victims in the two graves, according to the estimate of the archeological and anthropological team participating in the exhumation,"[2] wrote prosecutor Radosław J. Ignatiew, who headed an investigation in 2000–2003 ordered by the Polish government.[3] >>more...


Sunday, April 27, 2014
The most popularized version of the massacre in Jedwabne , and the most fantastic , detached from reality , full of presumptions, of controversial comments , suggestions , insinuations, and vast implications ,  or bizarre narrative historiosophical was written by  Jan Tomasz Gross >>more...

Theological and Halakhic Reflections on the Holocaust

Sunday, April 20, 2014
This work includes the early-postwar testimonies of rabbis, and their lucid and moving description of the sufferings of the Jews. This included not only the brutal murders of 6 million innocent men, women, and children, but also the systematic destruction of centuries of Jewish civilization. The heartfelt descriptions brought me to tears.

Forgotten Holocaust: The Poles Under German Occupation 1939-1944

Sunday, April 20, 2014
This review focuses on only a few topics in this comprehensive scholarly work, and addresses some of the distortions of other reviewers. >>more...

Żydzi w kierownictwie UB – stereotyp czy rzeczywistość?

Tuesday, March 11, 2014
W opinii wielu Polaków gros kadry oficerskiej tajnej policji politycznej w powojennej Polsce stanowili Żydzi. Nie wnikając w przyczyny nadreprezentacji Żydów i osób pochodzenia żydowskiego w kierownictwie aparatu bezpieczeństwa w Polsce ani w ich indywidualne motywacje decydujące o podjęciu takiej służby, warto pamiętać, że po wojnie stanowili oni niespełna 1 proc. ludności Polski. >>more...

Sentenced To Remember: My Legacy of Life in Pre-1939 Poland and Sixty-Eight Months of Nazi Occupation

Sunday, February 23, 2014
Insights into Anti-Assimilation, Nazi Death Penalty, Paid Polish Rescuers, et >>more...

maginary Neighbors: Mediating Polish-Jewish Relations after the Holocaust

Sunday, February 23, 2014
Egregiously Judeocentric, With a Facts-Don't-Matter Mindset, February 14, 2014 This review is from: Imaginary Neighbors: Mediating Polish-Jewish Relations after the Holocaust (Paperback) This work is the same-old, same-old. It focuses exclusively on Jews as victims (notably at Jedwabne), Poles and Christians as villains, with Poles and Christians needing to constantly prostrate themselves for their villainy. Polish patriotism is demonized. The language is academese and Holocaustspeak, and the themes are predictable. The authors writing, or mentioned, are primarily leftists: Joanna B. Michlic, Ana Bikont, Brian Porter (now Brian Porter-Szucs), Janina Bauman, former U. B. (Bezpieka) member Zygmunt Bauman, and others like them. >>more...

Reconstructing Memory: The Holocaust in Polish Public Debates (Geschichte Erinnerung Politik)

Sunday, February 23, 2014
This is more of the same coming out of left-wing academic circles. It is almost entirely a rehash of things written many times before. I give it two stars because of its comprehensiveness and its relatively objective portrayal of the doubts about what actually happened at Jedwabne, as well as the implications of the Holocaust Industry. (See below).
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