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USHMM Features Gas-Chamber Collaborators

Published on Monday, February 24 2014 by Sonico

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Sara Bloomfield, Director
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW
Washington, DC 20024-2126

Main telephone: 202.488.0400
TTY: 202.488.0406

24 February 20014

Ms. Bloomfield:

I have a question about how the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum addresses the issue of who is and who is not a Nazi war criminal. Any clarification you can provide would be much appreciated.

On May 12, 2011 you commented on the conviction of John Demjanjuk “for his role in the deaths of more than 28,000 Jews.” See http://www.ushmm.org/information/press/press-releases/united-states-holocaust-memorial-museum-statement-on-conviction-of-john-dem

You do not say …

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The Sonderkommando / Gas Chamber Scandal

Published on Tuesday, February 18 2014 by Sonico

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Abraham Foxman

The Jewish Anti-Defamation League

New York City, New York

 

Mr. Foxman:

If you will, I have a question about Nazi war criminals to which perhaps one of you can provide some clarification. The background is this:

In 2009 the ADL called on the Department of Homeland Security to extradite John Demjanjuk so that he could stand trial in Germany for murder. The Munich Prosecutor’s Office issued an arrest warrant for Demjanjuk on 29,000 counts of accessory to murder for his time as a guard at …

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Smith’s Report #208 February 2014

Published on Monday, February 17 2014 by Sonico

The Issue of Motivation in

Different Views of the Holocaust

by Jett Rucker

 

Ingrid Rimland Zündel re-counts an experience from her early days as a revisionist as an inter-viewee on a television program called The Learning Channel.

“My stunningly beautiful anchor leaned forward, pulled her face into the ugliest visage of hatred I have ever had the displeasure to see, and literally hissed at me:

“Are you a Nazi?”

“I leaned forward, too. I said as calmly and as sweetly as I could: ‘Are you a Kike?’ I might as well have punched her in the nose. She reeled

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The LA Times and the Rosenberg Diary

Published on Wednesday, February 12 2014 by Sonico

Los Angeles Times
202 W. 1st St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012

 

Letters to the Editor
blowback@latimes.com

 

12 February 2014

 

I am writing to comment on a February 6th article by Richard Simon, “The Search for the Lost Nazi diary, regarding the recovery of the diary of Alfred Rosenberg.”

The pages of the Rosenberg diary have been posted on the United States Holocaust Museum’s webpage. One can read and translate the document for oneself. I did this and found that the article was incorrectly translated regarding the important diary entries of September 12, 1941.

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