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Soviet Jews as Victimizers and Victims of Communism

Sunday, August 17, 2014
This review is from: The Jews of the Soviet Union: The History of a National Minority (Cambridge Russian, Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies) (Paperback) Israeli Jewish author Benjamin Pinkus begins with a history of Jews in Russia. Instead of solely blaming Christianity for the negative aspects of Jewish-Christian relations, he also points to the role of Jewish-Christian disputations, Jewish proselytism, and Judaizing sects. (pp. 4-5). As for the 1881-1906 pogroms in tsarist Russia, Pinkus believes that many of them occurred on too geographic an organized scale to be without some degree of government influence behind them. (pp. 28-31). >>more...

Wspomnienia Dawne i NoweAn Eyewitness Polish Railroad Stationmaster to the Threshold of the Treblinka German Death Camp,

Wednesday, October 9, 2013
RECOLLECTIONS OLD AND NEW is the title of this Polish-language book. Considering all the non-English Holocaust-related books that have been translated into English, it is a wonder that this one has not been thus translated in its entirety. I focus primarily on matters that have not been raised in translated excerpts from this book. >>more...

Frontline: Shtetl

Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Marian Marzynski has produced a long and tedious film that not only exhibits a pronounced Polonoophobic slant, but fails to inform the viewer about the proper context of the tragic events that took place. A much better and objective source of information about Shtetl life, in my opinion, is the book SHTETL, by Eva Hoffman >>more...

Facing the Catastrophe: Jews and Non-Jews in Europe during World War II (Occupation in Europe)

Monday, September 5, 2011
This book covers topics as diverse as Holocaust denial, Nazi-occupied France and Poland, Lithuania,the Netherlands, etc. Owing to its breadth, my review is necessarily limited to a few topics. >>more...

Zegotain the Context of German-Enslaved Poland: Holocaust Misconceptions Corrected

Thursday, May 5, 2011
The title of the book does not do full justice to itscontent. It provides a broad overview of the German terror directed againstboth Poles and Jews. Much of the content on Zegota is repeated from theirearlier book (see my review of LINK) and will not be repeated here.  Against the misconception that Zegota wasmerely the work of a handful of altruistic individuals, the authors stress thefact that it was a full-fledged, widely-deployed operation of the PolishUnderground Home Army (Armia Krajowa: A.K.)(e. g., p. 25, 35, 69, 94). >>more...

Jews murdering and massacring Ethnic Poles: Double betrayal of Polish National Interest and Jewish survival (1939-1989)

Saturday, February 12, 2011
            Contemporary Polish-Jewish relations resemble to a vicious circle. Each side blames each other for misbehavior and brings up to each other the crimes often never committed, or just for the perceptions of it. >>more...

Anatomy of perfidy JT Gross'a

Monday, January 31, 2011
Anatomy of perfidy Gross'a JT is the subject of my article for the Catholic press in the U.S. under the title "Holocaust Profiteering by Literary Hoax" or "Exploitation of the Holocaust through literary forgery." The main negative character of this article is JT Gross and his last four books of distorting history kompromitowanego advantage today by some Jewish, of Jewish claim >>more...

Quiet Hero: Secrets from My Father's Past, How the West Learned About Nazi Germany's Unfolding Genocide of the Jews

Thursday, September 23, 2010
Instead of repeating other reviewers, I focus on matters of direct historical significance. This is based on the testimony of Ryszard Kossobudzki (later Anglicized to Cosby), as interviewed by Rita Cosby, his journalist daughter
This encyclopedic work, by a French Jew, covers many details about the emergence of news about what has become to be known as the Holocaust. Some of the early information is valuable and correct only when viewed in hindsight. >>more...

Holocaust Memoirs: Jews in the Lwow Ghetto, the Janowski Concentration Camp, and As Deportees in Siberia

Thursday, September 23, 2010
This work covers a lot of experiences, and I focus on only a few of them. It spans the 1939 war, first Soviet occupation, Nazi German occupation, unfolding Holocaust, Soviet rule, and Communism in Poland. >>more...

Patterns of Cooperation, Collaboration and Betrayal: Jews, Germans and Poles in Occupied Poland during World War II

Thursday, February 18, 2010
Collaboration with the Germans in occupied Poland is a topic that has not been adequately explored by historians.
2 Holocaust literature has dwelled almost exclusively on the conduct of Poles toward Jews and has often arrived at sweeping and unjustified conclusions. At the same time, with a few notable exceptions such as Isaiah Trunk
3 and Raul Hilberg,
4 whose findings confirmed what Hannah Arendt had written about. >>more...
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