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Imperfect Justice: Looted Assets, Slave Labor, and the Unfinished Business of World War II byStuart Eizenstat;Germans, Swiss, and French. Now the Holocaust Industry Targets Nazi-German-Victim Poland. Lack of Transparency--Then and Now

Friday, May 4, 2018

Although author Stuart E. Eizenstat does not mention Norman Finkelstein by name, he would have us believe that there is no such thing as the Holocaust Industry because, according to him, very little of the Holocaust reparations monies went to the lawyers. He asserts that many lawyers worked pro bono in the Swiss bank case in which he was actively involved, while other lawyers got only about 1% of the settlements. He compares this with victorious mass-injury cases, in which the attorney gets 15%-30% (or more) of the settlement. [p. 345]. >>more...

German INtelectuals and the nazi past;Strong Judeocentric Bias. Includes the Suppression of Discussion of Communist Crimes

Friday, May 4, 2018
The Nazi German extermination of 5-6 million Jews is fact. Its self-evident special status is not. That is what I emphasize in my review.


The title of this book is a bit misleading. It is less about a “Nazi past” as it is a one-sided German intellectuals’ rumination over past German crimes against Jews—as if the Holocaust was the ONLY crime that Germans ever committed. In fact, this work is scrupulously sanitized of any mention of the genocidal German crimes against Poles. Check the index: “Poles” and “Poland” do not appear even once! >>more...

Jewish space in the contemporary POland;Holocaust Industry: The 1997 Communal-Property Restitution Law. Jewish Revival as a Tool Against Poland’s Catholic Culture

Friday, May 4, 2018

Post-Communist Restitution and the Rule of Law by Csongor Kuti;Holocaust Industry Implications. Poles Indemnify Other Poles for Non-Polish Crimes. Why??

Friday, May 4, 2018
This book wades into a lot of legalese detail, and it is not always easy to figure out what the author is driving at. However, there are a number of salient themes, which I discuss: >>more...

Jewish Poland Revisited: Heritage Tourism in Unquiet Places (New Anthropologies of Europe) Paperback – July 19, 2013 by Erica T. Lehrer;Features Candor on the Depth and the Pathology of Modern Jewish Polonophobia

Friday, May 4, 2018
This book can be useful for those readers interested in a compendium of Polish-Jewish interactions in modern Poland. Most of it, however, is standard fare (as elaborated in the latter part of my review). The most distinctive part of the book is as follows:


Microhistories of the holocaust;Direct, Very-Specific German Terror is What Induced Poles to Denounce or Kill Fugitive Jews

Friday, May 4, 2018
My review is limited to Tomasz Frydel and his chapter: “The ‘Hunt for the Jews’ as a Social Process, 1942-1945”. Frydel’s work is refreshingly objective as it goes deeply into the controversial—and sometimes emotional—topic of Polish-Jewish relations under the Nazi-German occupation during WWII. Frydel builds upon the earlier works of historian Marek Jan Chodakiewicz (e. g., BETWEEN NAZIS AND SOVIETS). >>more...

the hel of treblinka;Early (1944) Report on Treblinka. Inadvertently reveals the Present-Day Politicization of the Holocaust

Friday, May 4, 2018
Author Vasily Grossman was a Soviet Jew, and this book is one of the first, if not the first, account of Treblinka. His refreshingly-candid treatment provides a lasting testimony not only to the horrors of Treblinka, but perhaps—even more so—a diagnosis on how Holocaust memory had since been manipulated. >>more...

Jews Against Themselves 1st Edition by Edward Alexander;Beyond Israel. Features Immoderate Criticisms of Jews Who Dissent From Jewish Anti-Polonism and the Preeminence of the Holocaust

Friday, May 4, 2018
Author Edward Alexander uses strong terms against modern Jews that do not act in the way that he thinks they should be acting. He refers to them as “Court Jews” (e. g, p. 84) and even compares them to long-ago apostate Jews that had encouraged the persecution of Jews. For instance, he comments, “Martin Luther’s seemingly innovative program of burning synagogues, destroying Jewish homes, and confiscating the Talmud and all other Hebrew books was in fact derived from the proposals of Johannes (formerly Josef) Pfefferkorn, the Jewish convert who, years earlier, had exhorted his German countrymen to ‘drive the old Jews out like dirty dogs and baptize the young children’ and “take their goods and give them to those to whom they belong.’” (p. 1). >>more...

The World Must Know: The History of the Holocaust as Told in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum;Correction of Title: The World Must Know ALL Genocides, Not Just the Jews’ Holocaust

Friday, May 4, 2018
Jeshajahu Weinberg at once informs the reader about the scope of the USHMM (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum):

“The museum consciously avoided including in its permanent exhibition or its Learning Center genocidal events other than those that occurred in the framework of the Holocaust of 1933-1945. This does not mean that the planners of the museum were unaware of the strong intellectual and moral relevance of many such events to the Holocaust. >>more...

Holocaust Memory Reframed: Museums and the Challenges of Representation Kindle Edition by Jennifer Hansen-Glucklich;Effectively a Mini-Encyclopedia of the Mystification of the Holocaust. Now a Tool For Forced Immigration

Friday, May 4, 2018
This book compares the Holocaust memorialization at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, the Jewish Museum Berlin, and the USHMM (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum) in Washington, D. C. It is so thoroughly Judeocentric that it does not even have the obligatory mention of the 5 million [actually many more] “other victims of the Nazis.” So how can there NOT be legitimate Holocaust envy? >>more...
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