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  • Nazi Flags
    Oskar Groening trial: Nazi guard trial to start next spring
    Oskar Groening, a Nazi guard at Auschwitz, will be standing trial for his role in the murder of hundreds of thousands of Jews at what was considered one of the worst of all concentration camps. The former Nazi guard is 93 years old, but is still...
  • US France Holocaust compensation: Holocaust survivors to get funds, $100K for each survivor of Nazi regime
    US France Holocaust compensation: $60 million in reparations for Nazi survivors
    A U.S. and France Holocaust compensation agreement has been reached this week to the expensive tune of $60 million. This massive fund is going to be allocated as reparations for thousands of remaining Holocaust survivors and their living family...
  • Nazi Emblem
    World's worst Nazi is dead; had been hiding in Syria
    The world's worst Nazi, Alois Brunner, has been declared dead. This happened shortly after his 102 birthday. According to a Monday, Dec. 1 report by MSN, it is believed the world's worst Nazi died about four years ago, but is just now...
  • Kristallnacht Remembrance, Holocaust and Intolerance Museum program
    Kristallnacht Remembrance, The Night of Broken Glass
    ALBUQUERQUE —Seventy-six years ago, on the nights of November 9-10, 1938, some 7,500 Jewish glass store windows were shattered, over 1000 synagogues were burned, homes were ransacked, many were killed and 30,000 Jewish men were taken to...
  • Navajo educator Frank Morgan and Rabbi Harry Rosenfeld present ‘Healing the Wounds of History, The Long Walk and The Holocaust’
    Healing the Wounds of History, The Long Walk and the Holocaust
    ALBUQUERQUE — The third Navajo/Jewish dialogue, “Healing the Wounds of History, The Long Walk and the Holocaust,” was held Oct. 12 in Albuquerque between Navajo educator Frank Morgan and Rabbi Harry Rosenfeld at Congregation...
  • How to teach the Holocaust
    How to teach the Holocaust
    How to teach the HolocaustDear LA Teacher,Last spring, a San Bernardino County middle school teacher handed her eighth grade students a printout from a Holocaust denial site claiming her source was credible. She wanted her students to write...
  • Martin Goldsmith discusses his riveting memoir 'Alex's Wake' on Oct. 28 at D.C. Jewish literary festival
    Memoir of tragic MS St. Louis voyage and Holocaust discussed Oct. 28 in D.C.
    Radio personality and author Martin Goldsmithdiscusses his searing memoir,"Alex's Wake: A Voyage of Betrayal and a Journey of Remembrance", free Oct. 28 during the Washington, D.C. Jewish literary festival Oct. 19-29.Goldsmith...
  • Bill Maher
    Bigotry Is Bigotry
    Bill Maher is frequently funny, sometimes prescient, and often outrageous.Occasionally, he’s just wrong and bigoted.Wrong and bigoted he was last Friday on his HBO television show when he and author Sam Harris lashed out at all Muslims for...
  • Duggar family performs on stage.
    Jessa Duggar strikes controversy with abortion and Holocaust comments
    Jessa Duggar has shown that she is not afraid of speaking out on controversial issues. The whole Duggar clan are all pro-life advocates and quite outspoken about it and now, the “19 Kids and Counting” star is following in their...
  • Auschwitz
    Former Auschwitz SS guard charged with 300,000 counts accessory to murder
    Though it has been incredibly hard to prove SS guards’ participation in the events that happened at Auschwitz, one man has now been handed down large charges. According to Mashable on Tuesday, Oskar Gröning, 93, has been charged with 300,000...
  • Mike Jacobs with students
    Dallas mourns passing of Holocaust Museum founder
    Before the Dallas Holocaust Museum came into being, a group known as Holocaust Survivors in Dallas formed with the purpose of educating others about their experience. They vowed that the horrors of the Holocaust would never be forgotten so that...
  • Holocaust survivor arrested: 90-year-old beat the Holocaust, not St.Louis police
    Holocaust survivor arrested: 90-year-old beat the Holocaust, not St.Louis police
    A Holocaust survivor, 90-years-old, was arrested for her part in a peaceful protest march and blockade of Gov. Jay Nixon's office in downtown St. Louis. The elderly woman, cane in hand, had joined a mass of people marching with the...
  • The MICU an advanced state-of-the-art mobile intensive care unit ambulance
    An ambulance blessed in Albuquerque is headed for Israel
    An advanced state-of-the-art mobile intensive care unit ambulance, known as a MICU, and that is headed to Israel, was dedicated today in Albuquerque. It was first transported from Indiana to Albuquerque for its dedication on a flat bed truck and...
  • Group Think
    Libertarians and the Great Holocaust Denial Scandal
    A writer named Mark Ames at Pando Daily first "exposed libertarians" as racists because a 1970s Reason magazine published "pro-apartheid South Africa articles during the 1970s" and then outed the same magazine for dedicating an...
  • Gun Control in the Third Reich
    Halbrook presents lessons of Nazi 'gun control'
    "Are There Lessons for Us Today from Nazi Gun Control?" Stephen P. Halbrook asked attendees at an Independent Institute lecture Thursday evening in Oakland, where he discussed his book, "Gun Control in the Third Reich Disarming the...