Debating the Holocaust: A New Look at Both Sides
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Debating the Holocaust: A New Look at Both Sides

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For decades there has been raging a kind of subterranean debate, one of monumental importance. It is about the Holocaust -- not whether it happened, but HOW it happened, and to what EXTENT. On one hand we have the traditional, orthodox view: six million Jewish victims, gas chambers, cremation ovens and mass graves. On the other hand a small, renegade band of writers and re...more
Paperback, 280 pages
Published March 20th 2010 by Theses & Dissertations Press (first published March 20th 2009)
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Eric Goldberg
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This book is a must read for anyone wanting to know 'the other side' of the story. Keeping clear of racial polemics, this book is written in a calm and most factual manner and presents clear and objective evidence that at least forces one to reconsider the classic historical arguments about a policy of deliberate extermination on the part of the Third Reich. There is no hate here. No so-called anti-semitism. No pro-Nazi rhetoric. Anyone claiming so is either lyi...more
Jun 17, 2013 Wayne rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anyone interested in the Holocaust
Recommended to Wayne by: my interest in the Holocaust
A Dubious read.
Yet I could award it 5 Stars for being "AMAZING".

The Overwhelming Evidence in film, photographs, Nazi records and numerous witnesses of:
*the ruthless treatment and fate of the Jews and other 'Inferior' races also considered ripe for slavery and extermination.
*the suffering inflicted by the Nazis on every nation they entered and often claimed to liberate,
*their Terror and Brutality,
*their Criminal Leadership,
*the words of Hitler,
*the War they waged against their own Germ...more
Imagine you were first to arrive at Auschwitz after WWII. How would you determine what had happened at the camp? What kinds of evidence would you look for? How would you support your version of events?

When a crime (like a murder) is committed, we demand forensic evidence. We demand things like fingerprints, hair and skin samples, DNA samples, bullets, shell casings, discarded guns, careful measurements of distances and angles. In short, we demand proof that something happened the way the witness...more
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