Category Archives: Adolf Hitler

When Eichmann Met The Haganah

From episode five of the TV series Hitler’s Bodyguards: TV: “The Haganah made contact with Himmler’s SS to facilitate further Jewish immigration to Palestine… They eventually met in Cairo on November 10, 1937. The Haganah agent attempted to enlist Adolf … Continue reading

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Rapewhistling for Hitler

Anatoly Karlin writes: About two thirds of the USSR’s 27 million casualties were civilians – that is, almost 10% of its prewar population. Had those percentages been applied to Nazi Germany, it would lost 8 million people – an order … Continue reading

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When Hitler Was A Popular Jewish Name

When Hitler was a popular Jewish last name in New York https://t.co/lFv3UlxRgV pic.twitter.com/PHIzV8SUVe — JTA | Jewish news (@JTAnews) May 10, 2017 (JTA) — “Herr Adolf Hitler of Germany would be covered with confusion if he dared to enter the … Continue reading

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Was Hitler Inspired by Racist American Laws?

Haaretz: ‘Hitler’s American Model,’ by James Q. Whitman, contends that America’s racist legislation served as a model for at least portions of Nazi Germany’s Nuremberg Laws. “Hitler’s American Model: The United States and the Making of Nazi Race Law,” by … Continue reading

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Who Said It?

Lewis Fein posts: New contest: ‘Who Said It?’ One of these quotes is from Luke Ford. The other is from Hitler. 1. “Diversity on the Federal Reserve is the most important issue of our time. It is time for the … Continue reading

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