Tag Archives: Genocide

Peace!

Today really deserves to be a red-letter holiday around the world. January 27th is more than worthy of this designation because we need to be reminded of very noteworthy events that took place on this date in the 20th century. … Continue reading

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A Few Reflections About The Holocaust

That there are still Nazis, Klan followers, and vast numbers of people who deeply hate humans of various categories is almost as disturbing as the Holocaust. This indicates that humanity as a whole does not or refuses to learn the … Continue reading

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Why? Explaining The Holocaust (Review)

When I first noticed Dr. Peter Hayes’ new book displayed on the shelf, I thought, “How come yet another book about the Holocaust?”  Yet, the title caused me to pick it up and to bring it home, anyway. At the beginning … Continue reading

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Victims Of Nazism

There should be no denial of the fact of the genocide of Jewish people during the regime of Adolf Hitler and his diabolical political machinations. Last year marked the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camps. The … Continue reading

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Hitler’s First Victims (Review)

I’ve often heard people ask one rhetorical question about the Holocaust in particular. How could such a thing happen in a modern, industrialized European nation?  It’s not as if the citizens were unaware of it, as some people have posited.   … Continue reading

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On Holocaust Remembrance Day

70 years ago, today, troops of the Soviet First Ukrainian Front approached the gates of Auschwitz/Birkenau concentration camps.  Red Army personnel remember the weary gratitude of the inmates when they met.  Later, the official Soviet Press did not stress the … Continue reading

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International Justice Day

We might say that today’s holiday is celebrated by the underdogs of the World in the struggle to be heard against the clamor of the major powers.  It has taken many years to develop a system of international criminal justice.  … Continue reading

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