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Day 1181: The Zone of Interest

In Martin Amis’s The Zone of Interest, the Zone is a Nazi factory and concentration camp in Poland. Interestingly, Amis makes this setting a source of some very black humor. 214 more words


Poland rewrites its history of the Shoah

The new Polish legislation to criminalize anyone who claims that Poland played a part in the Shoah has outraged all Jews from across the world, as well as angering genuine historians.  2,196 more words

International Relations

Collective Memories of Death Camps and Complicity in Nazi-Occupied Poland

Ron Berger —

The Polish government recently passed a law making it illegal in Poland to accuse the nation of complicity in the crimes committed by Nazi Germany in Polish territory during World War II, and from using the term “Polish death camps” to describe the concentration camps that were established and operated by the Nazis. 3,175 more words

Culture And Society

Mainstream media celebrates mass starvation and political prisons in North Korea

I’m sure everyone has heard about the mainstream media’s embrace of North Korea’s charming smiles at the Olympics. I like to listen to the Ben Shapiro podcast, the Andrew Klavan podcast, and the Daily Signal podcast and they ALL talked about it. 1,492 more words


Poland Finds Poland the Innocent Victim of Jewish Death Camps

The Polish Holocaust Law is no longer a simple signature away from law; Polish President Andrzej Duda has autographed the legislation making it the law. Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has not objected giving the law his silent consent as he invited Israeli journalists so as to be allowed to explain to them how the law was righteous and the Polish completely innocent victims just as were the Jews under the Nazi occupation. 1,680 more words


The power of a remarkable attitude

Dear readers,

In is book Man’s Search for Meaning, Viktor Frankl wrote these amazing words: “We who lived in the concentration camps can remember the men who walked through the huts comforting others, giving away their last pieces of bread. 49 more words

Random Thoughts

Ania Kaczmarek

Germany. April, 1942. Ania Kaczmarek is in one of the many Nazi concentration camps.

While working the job she was assigned, out of the corner of her eye, she sees a few crumbs of food on the floor. 872 more words