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Vom Generalplan Ost Zum Generalsiedlungsplan: Dokumente (Einzelveraffentlichungen der Historischen Kommission Zu Berl)

Sunday, August 28, 2011
My review is based on the article: GENERALPLAN OST, published by historian Czeslaw Madajczyk in the 1962 issue of POLISH-WESTERN AFFAIRS, Volume 3, Number 2, pp. 390-442. The entire GENERALPLAN OST is reproduced in German (pp. 401-442). The remainder of the article is an English-language analysis, by Madajczyk, of GENERALPLAN OST >>more...


Sunday, August 28, 2011
This short book was clearly written by a Communist or Communist sympathizer. Standard Communist rhetoric is used (e. g., those in opposition to the New Order in Poland are reactionaries, fascists, wealthy landowners, etc.), the prewar Polish government is bad-mouthed as one consisting of dictators, and General Wladyslaw Anders is viciously slandered. The author presents a rosy view of the new government, and writes favorably of his interviews with the likes of Bierut and Minc. Of course, this work was written before the sham elections of January 1947, which ended the "provisional government" and officially brought the Communists to power. >>more...

With Great Sacrifice and Bravery

Sunday, August 28, 2011
This book is different from most other ones on the Battle of Britain in several respects. To begin with, it views the Battle through the experiences of one man (Lapkowski), devoting two chapters to this battle. It does not stop there. It continues describing Allied missions into German-held Europe into mid-1941, overlapping the start of the Germans' attack on their erstwhile Soviet ally. >>more...

Polish Guerrilla Action in Great Detail. Clarifies Polish Acquisitions of Post-Jewish Property,

Sunday, August 28, 2011
Ironic to the fact that the author was eager to join the 1939 Polish Army, and became a brave guerrilla fighter, his last name means "crybaby" in Polish. It also means "anointed forest" in old Polish. (p. 5). This book is one of the most detailed English-language books on Polish guerrilla warfare that I have read, and I have read quite a few of them. (See the Peczkis Listmania: GUERRILLA WARFARE...). >>more...

Jews killed Jews to create the state of Israel

Monday, June 6, 2011
The statement that: “Jews killed Jews to create the state of Israel” was made by Naeim Giladi, author of the book: “Ben-Gurion’s Scandals: How The Haganah and Mossad Eliminated Jews,” (Dandelion Books, LLC, Tempe Arizona, 2nd expanded edition 2003). Giladi wrote this book first in Hebrew and then in Arabic upon arrival to the US where he confirmed as an eye witness the facts concerning the Zionist bombings in Iraq, the rejection by Isarel of Arab peace overtures and the deadly violence inflicted by Jews on Jews in the cause of creating Israel. Stalin’s intended Israel to be a “bone of contention” in the Middle East. Some observers mention the possibility that Stalin also hoped to create Isarel as a Marxist state, part of the Soviet postwar empire.  >>more...

"Polish concenttration camps"Literature & Thought: Voices of the Holocaust

Saturday, May 21, 2011
My review is from the viewpoint of a professional educator. This book is used in the elementary public school, and, for this reason, it should exhibit the highest standard of factuality and objectivity. It is therefore unfortunate that the author uses the phrase "Polish concentration camp". (p. 65). >>more...

Treblinka survivor

Wednesday, April 6, 2011
This work contains much detail about the Treblinka Death Camp. It is semi-biographical, focusing on Hersh Sperling (Szperling), who escaped from Treblinka but committed suicide a few decades later. Owing to the breadth of its content, I focus on only a few issues.

The Treblinka prisoners' revolt is, in my opinion, better described than in most other books on Treblinka. It even features a map (p. 135) that traces the course of revolt. The revolt was hindered by the presence of Jewish informers among the kapos, including Kuba and Paulinka (or Perla). (p. 130, 133). >>more...

Wybielanie kolaboracji Żydów z Sowietami

Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Wybielanie kolaboracji Żydów z władzami sowieckimi jest uprawiane przez Jana Tomasza Grossa i  Marcina Urynowicza, historyka z IPN, który ignoruje takie źródła jak raport Jana Karskiego. Karski, według opinii wyrażonej w rozmowie ze mną przez Jana Nowaka Jeziorańskiego, po opublikowaniu książki „Tajne Państwo” („Secret State”) uległ szantażowi działaczy żydowskich i podporządkował się żydowskiemu ruchowi roszczeniowemu, charakteryzowanemu przez profesora Normana Finkelsteina jako banda oszustów. Ważne jest to co Karski pisał wcześniej na temat haniebnej i masowej kolaboracji lewicowych i oportunistycznych Żydów na terenach okupowanych przez ZSSR. >>more...

Unfounded JEwish Claims and slander of Jedwabne-answer to A. Brumberg

Thursday, July 22, 2010
The Council on Foreign Relations publishes Foreign Affairs Magazine in which it defines the acceptable range of policy alternatives for the government of the United States. The reasons for its dominant position is its continuity over decades, and its membership of the most highly intellectual and experienced scholars and diplomats in the US. >>more...


Friday, June 4, 2010
Prior to the opening of the Communist archives, Jan Tomasz Gross’s
Revolution from Abroad was practically the only solid study of the Soviet
occupation of Poland’s Eastern Borderlands between 1939 and 1941.
Equally valuable is his work on central Poland under Nazi occupation.1
His latest book, Sasiedzi: Historia zagłady ydowskiego miasteczka
(Neighbors: The Story of the Annihilation of a Jewish Town), is a case study
of Jedwabne in the county of Łoma, the Province of Podlasie. >>more...
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