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Eastern Daily Press publish story from Germany visit

There was a wonderful piece published in the Eastern Daily Press last Friday (27th May 2016), written by leading feature journalist Rowan Mantell, telling readers about my recent trip to Koblenz and Nickenich promoting  25 more words

UK: Thou shalt not blame Jews for slavery or Holocaust

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Posted on May 29, 2016

Earlier this month, UK’s Labour party suspended its senior Afro-Jewish activist Jackie Walker as result of allegations of ‘antisemitism’ from London-based… 419 more words

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Kilometres Make Champions*

30 May 2016

Tim Koch writes:

In a recent post, Göran Buckhorn wrote about Lennart Månsson, a sculler from Sweden’s Malmö Rodklubb, who logged more than 9,000 outings in the club’s logbooks in his 74 years as a member. 659 more words

Germany, 1933 - part 2

The Rise of Tyranny: Adolf Hitler

Few within Germany knew it but the fate of their nation was set on January 30, 1933, when President Hindenburg appointed Adolf Hitler as Chancellor. 792 more words

Early Bonhoeffer

Tacitus & Primo Levi

It was nice to realize that two Italian writers who lived almost two thousand years apart appear to share the same tone and outlook on world events. 1,221 more words

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It’s Okay To Compare Australia In 2016 With Nazi Germany, And Here’s Why - New Matilda

Bad things happens when good people stay silent. Dr David Berger is speaking out. Above is a photo of my grandmother, Margot von Bentheim, taken with my mother in the Spring of 1925. 39 more words

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