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Between tumbling walls

Saturday, March 20, 2010
This book is unusual in several respects. It contains a diary of life in Warsaw--not in the Warsaw Ghetto before the Jewish Uprising, but covert life in Aryan Warsaw after this Uprising. (pp. 115-157). >>more...

Disaster Archaeology

Wednesday, March 3, 2010
This work raises many topics, two of which I emphasize here. It delves into such things as 911-victim remains, fire victims, cannibalism, ethnoarchaeology, shipwrecks, individual and mass murders, etc. The reader will encounter many interesting facts. For instance, the failure of cadaver dogs to locate buried human remains does not rule out their local presence. (p. 152 >>more...

Change of heart

Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Recently Professor Krzysztof Jasiewicz had a change of heart in contrast to what he wrote in 2001 in a book entitled “First after the devil,” (“Pierwsi po diable”). It is a symbolic change of heart of a Polish historians. The book “First after the devil” mentioned as supposedly typical Polish exaggerations in the reports of massive Jewish collaboration in the imposition of Soviet rule in postwar Poland >>more...

The Warsaw getto uprising ( untold story) and the Poles

Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Without the help of the Poles we couldn’t have started the uprising.”
Marek Edelman, the last surviving leader of the ghetto revolt.

Germans Create a Ghetto in Warsaw Jews and Poles Are Forcibly Relocated
Polish-Jewish relations did not take a dramatic turn for the worse after the German invasion. The suffering of the Jews aroused compassion and solidarity among many Poles, who themselves experienced German brutality on a daily basis. Wehrmacht General Johannes von Blaskowitz, in a report to General Walther von Brauchitsch, Commander-in-Chief of the German Army:
[February 6, 1940]: The acts of violence carried out in public against Jews are arousing in religious Poles [literally, “in the Polish population, which is fundamentally pious (or God-fearing)”] not only the deepest disgust but also a great sense of pity for the Jewish population. >>more...

Against German Guilt-Dilution for the Holocaust: The Irrelevance of Locals' Anti-Semitism,

Sunday, December 27, 2009
This work presents many topics, and I can only discuss a few. Elie Monk, the rabbi of Ansbacher, had believed that Judaism and Nazism could be compatible: "'I reject the teachings of Marxism from a Jewish standpoint and commit myself to National Socialism without its anti-Semitic components. Without anti-Semitism National Socialism would find in the tradition-bound Jews its most loyal followers.'" (p. 97). However, it is fallacious to consider Nazism as simply extreme conservatism. In fact, many German conservatives opposed Nazism. (p. 31, 57, 60). >>more...


Wednesday, November 18, 2009
This review of Finkelstein's THE HOLOCAUST INDUSTRY originally appeared in the December 1, 2000 issue of FIRST THINGS. The reviewer, William D. Rubinstein, is Professor of History at the University of Wales. >>more...


Tuesday, November 3, 2009
A tide of anti-Polish campaign has swept through Polish media over the recent months that fell in line with the attempts to hold all Polish people accountable for the mass murder perpetrated on the Jews of Jedwabne in July 1941. The publication of 'Neighbours', an extremely biased and deceitful book by the Jewish American sociologist Jan Tomasz Gross, served as pretext. The Jewish author, disregarding the findings of the prosecutor's office, cramming lots of lies and distortions of truth in his generalisations based on a few twisted and dubious testimonies, sets out to put the blame for the massacre on the local Poles and play down the German involvement . >>more...


Tuesday, November 3, 2009
And the Jews kissed Soviet tanks..... In the beginning let me apologise to the Głos readers for the inadequate information about the series of articles I am writing to Niedziela . They won't be about just 60 but as many as100 Gross' lies. On closer examination I have found many more than a hundred lies in his works. However, for the reason of space available I will focus on one hundred lies. >>more...

Through the Eyes of a Survivor

Monday, November 2, 2009
Nina Gruetz-Morecki was a gentile-looking well-to-do Polish Jew from Lwow (Lvov, Lviv). She describes prewar life, the Soviet occupation, the German occupation, the Nazi extermination of the local Jews, her disguise as a gentile, her work on behalf of an unidentified branch of the Polish Underground, her escape and peregrinations, and her eventual travels to postwar western Europe and the USA. >>more...

Architects of Annihilation: Auschwitz and the Logic of Destruction

Friday, October 30, 2009
This eye-opening book, written by a German scholar, goes beyond Nazi anti-Semitism and racism as the sole explanations for German genocidal policies. The Reich had reduced humans to economic commodities.

German economists, as elaborated by Aly, had studied Poland and come to the conclusion that her inefficiencies had been caused by a combination of Polish mismanagement and Jewish economic dominance. (pp. 53-59; see also p. 230). There was "overpopulation" (p. 43, 54, etc.), defined as follows: "Consequently, they would be consuming the theoretically possible surpluses that could otherwise have been invested in increasing the national income or promoting industrialization". (p. 60) >>more...
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