- Everyone conscious of the importance of the free exchange of views is hesitant about banning people’s views. But Holocaust denial is different
Mark Dice asks people sign a petition for a Holocaust beach party celebration.
The Nazi Holocaust may have claimed up to 20 million lives, a figure far greater than previous estimates, new research has revealed. Continue reading
OSWIECIM, POLAND — In an upstairs room at the only remaining synagogue in Oswiecim, 37 miles west of Krakow, 13 future American military officers, clad in jeans and T-shirts, were wrestling with ethical questions in the shadow of Auschwitz.
Today, at his small Spanish-style home in Mid-City, Weinstein, 101, recalls in agonizing detail what it was like to give up his baby in 1941 amid the Nazi juggernaut. He is frail, but his wit and memory are keen. He remembers well what followed: killing Germans, dodging death, hunting for Natalie.
Is the Holocaust best understood through fiction? That was the theme of a recent revue of Ruth Franklin’s novel, Higher Truth appearing on the Jewish internet journal Tablet. The revue provided a setting for an unlikely week-long exchange between Holocaust denier Michael Santomauro and me. I contacted Michael before submitting this article and he agreed to allow his name to appear but asked, “please reference me as a Holocaust Revisionist -and an amateur one at that.” A degree of humility that likely allowed for our extended discussion.
A list of confirmed names of Jews killed by the Nazis in the Second World War has reached the four million mark, Israel’s Holocaust museum announced, saying the identity of all six million dead may never be known.
In his role as head of Xbox Live enforcement, Stephen Toulouse gets to answer all kinds of strange questions.
The truth is simple: every Jew deported from the European ghettos went directly to the camps. Most of them were gassed immediately and then — as the survivors put it — went up the chimneys. There is no denying this, or eliding it, or making it mean anything else other than what it is. Holocaust denial is a crime. Anyone denying the exterminations is engaging in criminal activity — […]
The ex-wife of late football legend George Best has provoked fury after a tasteless remark about there being “no overweight people in Auschwitz”.