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If we want to understand the origins of the current mainstream narrative on the Holocaust, we need to go back to the beginnings to the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg. During that trial, the “Jewish Question” took center stage for the defendants Alfred Rosenberg and Julius Streicher. Here is a critically commented look into how the prosecution and the defense argued their cases.
$8.00 – $19.00
This book reveals what prominent critics said about the Jews throughout many centuries: they were seen as conniving, shifty liars who are socially disruptive and rebellious; as ruthless exploiters and parasites – the list goes on. The persistence of such comments is remarkable and strongly suggests that there is a common cause for such animosity.
$9.00 – $26.50
Goebbels kept a near-daily diary and wrote numerous articles. This book contains, for the first time, every significant diary entry relating to Jews or Jewish policy, together with the editor’s contextual remarks. Also included are citations of 10 major essays by Goebbels on the Jews, which bring clarity to our understanding of his views.
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The influence of Jewish pressure groups and personalities on various social and political movements has been a topic of many disputes. But how about their influence on triggering and perpetuating wars? This study sheds some revealing light on this unpleasant issue.
$8.00 – $21.00
What exactly did Hitler say about the Jews? His opinions, we’re told, were that of a lunatic. For the first time, Hitler’s many statements about the Jews have been put together in this book. They are introduced with a critical evaluation of his views. Make up your own mind!
$3.00 – $12.50
A dismal outlook on what our world has become, presented in two consecutive plays and an epilogue explaining what it all means.
The emigration of Jews from the Third Reich is often depicted as some kind of secret action, as if Jews who wished to leave Germany had to sneak across the borders, leaving all their possessions and wealth behind. The truth is that the emigration was welcomed by the German authorities, who worked closely together with Jewish agencies to implement it. Weckert’s booklet elucidates the emigration process, thereby correcting the traditionally received picture of Jews emigrating from Germany.