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May 07, 2005

Oath of Buchenwald

Dachau_1 The Seven Dwarfs of Auschwitz and their amazing story of survival

German Photos of the Invasion of Norway during WW2

Nazi approved music. Under the Nazi regime, all music produced had to fit within certain standards defined as "good" German music. Suppression of specific artists and their works was common, yet musicians were permitted limited artistic freedom. The Nazis attempted to create a balance between censorship and creativity in music to appease the German people

Silent Witness: The story of a dress donated to the US Holocaust Memorial Museum by Lola Rein

Statistics of The Holocaust

A Glossary of the Holocaust, from Aktion to Zyklon-B

Buchenwald Concentration Camp

Banksy’s Lipstick Manifesto. Audio slideshow: The Liberation of Belsen

The Nazi-Era Provenance Internet Portal Project. A searchable registry of objects in U.S. museum collections that were stolen or could have been stolen by the Nazis

The Trial of Rudolf Höss

When weeping for religious martyrs leads to the crucifixion of innocents, by Robert Fisk

The Search for Major Plagge, The Nazi Who Saved Jews. The NYT article, German Army Maj. Karl Plagge, an Unlikely Hero of the Holocaust

Many More Unusual Links about the Holocaust Here

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Note added: A small number of enquiries have been received from people seeking to locate this book. The enquirers have apparently not realized that while the newspaper article is quoted verbatim, it is presented here ironically, to illustrate typically absurd claims of the hoax. One does not smell poison gas, let alone pass through clouds of it, and live to recount the experience. This implausible yarn is fantasy, yet presented as fact in a national British newspaper, using the publication of a book in Germany as a pretext for additionally furthering the "Holocaust" myth.

Posted by: Chrysler at May 7, 2005 11:29:07 AM

I lived in Germany for some time; while in Europe I made a point to visit said sites. They have remarkable gravity and melancholy.

Posted by: tom at May 7, 2005 5:03:58 PM