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The "Wannsee Conference" Debunked

On January 20, 1942, a vague meeting occurred in a Berlin suburb that is now often seen as where the “Final Solution” was planned. The meeting consisted of the most notorious individuals: Adolf Eichmann, Reinhard Heydrich, Roland Freisler, and so forth. 432 more words


Where Home Is

Like one million others( last winter), my daughter who lives in Pennsylvania has been without heat and power for three or more days. It’s no joke with a seven month old baby. 1,148 more words

When they are silent, who will speak?

There are still a few people living who remember. In a few years they will all be gone.

Learn about survivors and victims. Acquaint yourself with their stories. 135 more words

Our World Today

ISIL - Atrocities Continue Unabated

Commentary & Analysis


L. A. Marzulli

Warning: This article contains images and descriptions of extreme violence.

Islamic State militants drove 600 Shia, Christian, and Yazidi male prisoners into the middle of the desert, lined them up along the edge of a ravine, and executed them at point blank range, according to a  1,066 more words

L. A. Marzulli

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British exhibition displays a replica of the Buchenwald gate

I always check my blog stats every morning to see which of my blog posts are getting the most hits. This morning, I was surprised to see that… 438 more words


Why Do People Hate Jews? Rabbi Sidesteps Question

By Richard Edmondson

Controversy has hit a school near Leipzig, Germany where an entire 9th grade class is reportedly under investigation for openly displaying respect for Adolph Hitler and posting photos of themselves giving Nazi salutes and what-not on social media. 1,729 more words

Israeli Aggression

Doing what any normal human being would

I don’t remember hearing about Nicholas Winton until today.  From Roger Cohen’s opinion piece in today’s New York Times (www.nytimes.com/2014/10/31/opinion/roger-cohen-the-discretion-of-nicholas-winton.html) I read this:

At the age of 105, Sir Nicholas Winton is still inclined toward self-effacement.

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