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POPE VS. HITLER Utterly Refutes Spurious Claim that Pius XII was 'Hitler’s Pope'

Pope vs. Hitler is a two-hour television docudrama presenting one of the least known stories of World War II. Premiering Sunday night, September 4th, at 9 PM EST on the National Geographic Channel, it explores the role the Vatican played in the consp...
by BIG C CATHOLICS on Sep 1, 2016

Jewish Suffering and The Holocaust

Edmond James de Rothschild was the youngest son of Jacob Mayer Rothschild. In 1895, he visited Palestine and provided funds to found the first Jewish settlements there. It was the first step towards the long term objective of creating a Rothschild ow...
by Summer in December on Aug 22, 2016

-Islamic State: If Muslims Ran America There Would Still Be Slavery?

In the latest publication from an ISIS magazine a number of highly controversial statements were made that will horrify most Americans.  Many on the left will still contend that this has nothing to do with Islam. Nevertheless, every observation...
by ANSWERS For The Faith on Aug 2, 2016

How much do humans need to cooperate in order to survive?

Existential risks are thorny problems. They generally can’t be solved by one person working alone. Success will almost certainly require deep cooperation among all countries. In fact, existential risks can be categorized according to how much coope...
by Vision of Earth on Jul 17, 2016

How much do humans need to cooperate in order to survive?

Existential risks are thorny problems. They generally can’t be solved by one person working alone. Success will almost certainly require deep cooperation among all countries. In fact, existential risks can be categorized according to how much coope...
by Vision of Earth on Jul 17, 2016

Sense of Place

Visiting the Holocaust Museum was one of the most wrenching activities of my life. I was in Washington DC for a meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature when my friend Jeff came across the Atlantic to attend. He wanted … Continue reading &...

Sense of Place

Visiting the Holocaust Museum was one of the most wrenching activities of my life. I was in Washington DC for a meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature when my friend Jeff came across the Atlantic to attend. He wanted … Continue reading &...

Elie Wiesel: Citate şi cugetări

Deşi aceste citate şi cugetări o dovedesc poate într-o prea mică măsură, Elie Wiesel va rămâne în istoria şi cultura omenirii un personaj legendar, unul exemplar, care, pornind de la cutremurătoarea experienţă a Holocaustului, a luptat...
by Blogul Dianei on Jul 3, 2016

'Holocaust survivor' Joseph Hirt admits he made up his story to 'keep Holocaust memories alive'

Comment: Not an isolated incident I'm afraid. Much of Jewish History can be characterised by similar deception in order to "keep ... memories alive". In other words, to keep alive the myth of Jewish exceptionalism and the social control and preferent...
by INFRAKSHUN on Jun 26, 2016

Humanity must flourish to survive

We live in a universe that is very hostile to life as we know it. The only habitable place we’ve found so far is the place we grew up: a thin layer atop the surface of the Earth. This is an incredibly small fraction of all volume in the known unive...
by Vision of Earth on May 26, 2016

Humanity must flourish to survive

We live in a universe that is very hostile to life as we know it. The only habitable place we’ve found so far is the place we grew up: a thin layer atop the surface of the Earth. This is an incredibly small fraction of all volume in the known unive...
by Vision of Earth on May 26, 2016

The Last Lullaby

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by The Nomad Guy on May 23, 2016

Learning About the Holocaust Through Performance and Art

A deeper understanding of history was gained by students and their teacher when they began learning about the Holocaust through perfomance and art. At Bate Middle […]...
by How To Learn on May 20, 2016

Why do we Need a Holocaust Remembrance Day?

כ״ז לחודש הראשון תשע״וThat's actually a very good question.Holocaust Memorial Day was established in 1951 by the Israeli Government,...a "Workers Party of the Land of Israel" government. In other words, Labor Zionists, whose goal h...
by Esser Agaroth on May 5, 2016

Holocaust Remembrance Day 2016! (Cartoons)

Holocaust Remembrance Day in 2013 was highlighted by a 30% rise in global incidents of anti-Semitic attacks!Now, a mere three years later on Holocaust Remembrance Day 2016, Obama's disastrous nuclear deal with Iran has destabilized the Middle East an...
by The Political Commentator on May 5, 2016

Remembering Holocaust Remembrance Day 2013 On Holocaust Remembrance Day 2016! (Cartoons)

Holocaust Remembrance Day in 2013 was highlighted by a 30% rise in global incidents of anti-Semitic attacks!Now, a mere three years later on Holocaust Remembrance Day 2016, Obama's disastrous nuclear deal with Iran has destabilized the Middle East an...
by The Political Commentator on May 5, 2016

HOLOCAUST - History in Focus

"Seeing Holocaust survivors’ stories in the books they left behind" PBS NewsHour 3/30/2016ExcerptSUMMARY:  In 1942, Jews from then-Czechoslovakia were taken to the Auschwitz death camp.  A window into their lives before the deportation ca...
by Mage Soapbox on Apr 4, 2016

Golem

I read a lot of books. About a hundred a year. At the end of the year I go over them all again and many of them, I see, failed to make a deep impression. Some, I know, before I … Continue reading →...

Golem

I read a lot of books. About a hundred a year. At the end of the year I go over them all again and many of them, I see, failed to make a deep impression. Some, I know, before I … Continue reading →...

Featured Post: Béla’s Letters by Jeff Ingber

Béla’s Letters by Jeff Ingber Through personal narrative and letters preserved for decades, Béla’s Letters tells the remarkable story of a large Eastern European family torn apart by war and the Holocaust, the extraordinary circumstances th...
by Epic Book Quest on Mar 30, 2016


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