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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...

Special Treatment: The Untold Story of Hitler's Third Race;Revealing! Numerous Nazi German Subterfuges for the Sparing of German Mischlinge and Full-Blooded Jews,

Friday, May 5, 2017
The Nazi genocide of 5-6 million Jews, commonly called the Holocaust or Shoah, is a fact. The “All Jews Were Targeted for Death”—the constantly-invoked talking point used to justify the supremacy of the Holocaust over the genocides of all other peoples—is not. This scholarly work makes it abundantly clear. >>more...

Probing the Ethics of Holocaust Culture;Holocaust Supremacism: Old and New. Continued Soft-Peddling of German Guilt: The Berlin Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

Monday, May 1, 2017
Classically, the elevation of the Holocaust over the genocides of all other people has been justified (rationalized) through the argument that all Jews were targeted for extermination, and never before in history has a state tried to exterminate an entire group using all the resources at its disposal. (Fogu et al. p. 13).

Forgatten Holocaust by J. Raadziwill

Friday, April 28, 2017
Hitler hated Poles only slightly less than Jews; exterminating Poles and other Slavs was part of the Nazi master-plan. >>more...

POland treatning an other;A Completely Nonobjective Bash-Poles and Bash-Catholics Excursion. A Contrived Dialectic Between the Jew and the Pole

Friday, April 28, 2017
To correct the countless errors and partial-facts of this book would require a book in itself. (For more details, see the first Comment). I can only touch on a few matters in this single review. >>more...

The KOvno Getto dairy:A Counterintuitively Broad-Based Description and Analysis of the Shoah. Clarifies Nazi Collaboration

Friday, April 28, 2017
It would be a mistake for the uninitiated reader to suppose that this diary is provincial--limited to events occurring in and near Kovno, Lithuania. Based on obviously-extensive Jewish and non-Jewish contacts, it also features much information on the unfolding fate of Jews in other places, notably in German-occupied Poland. More on this later. >>more...

Hanz Frank Dairy;Poles and Jews Became "Unequal Victims" Under Nazi-German Rule

Friday, April 28, 2017
Stanislaw Piotrowski, the only Polish delegate at the Nuremberg Trials (p. 6), gives the reader an introduction to Hans Frank. This Butcher rationalized the killings of Jews and Poles by comparing their deaths with those of Germans on the battlefield. (p. 56, 249, 277). This book, prominently featuring the destruction of the Jews, is yet another refutation of the silly myth that postwar Polish authors didn't differentiate between the martyrdoms of Polish Jews and Polish gentiles. >>more...
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