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WW2- The Bad War

WW2 The Bad War. English Hypocrisy of WW2 and Hypocrisy.

In his study PEACE MAKING written in 1919, Mr. Winnail said:
THE ANGLO SAXONS ARE GIFTED WITH A LIMITLESS CAPACITY, PARTICULARLY IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, FOR APPLYING MORAL CANONS TO OTHERS WHICH THEY HAVE NEVER APPLIED TO THEMSELVES. 3,371 more words

'Into That Darkness' Review

This post is a review of the stage adaptation of Gitta Sereny’s book, ‘Into that Darkness’ at the Citizens Theatre, adapted for theatre by Robert David MacDonald. 725 more words

Reviews

I Haven't Just Read: The Man Who Broke Into Auschwitz

This book by Dennis Avery & Rob Broomby claims to tell the story of Denis’ break IN to Auschwitz “to see how bad it was”. When I bought it, I was highly sceptical but interested in reading a “so unbelievable but true” memoir. 248 more words

Books

"I Never Saw Another Butterfly": Poetry of the Holocaust

I am currently teaching a unit on literature of the Holocaust. It’s depressing, it’s emotional . . .and it’s so important. Our students need to be reminded of the horrors that happened because of propaganda and fear. 414 more words

Literature

Cannes: 'Son of Saul,' 'Masaan' Take Fipresci Prizes

The International Federation of Film Critics (Fipresci) awarded its prizes at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday.

Competition film Son of Saul, Hungarian director… 181 more words

News

Sophie's Choice - William Styron

At its core, this book is about the no-win ethical choice a woman must make during the World War II era. Three people share a boarding house in Brooklyn. 146 more words

Book Reviews

Roger Cohen: Buried Truths About Nazi Mass Murder and the Allied Victory

New York Times — A very important movie about the Holocaust made its way to New York City for the first time this week at the end of a tortuous journey that began 70 years ago when Allied forces and newsreel cameramen stumbled into Nazi concentration camps. 92 more words

War