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Coming to Terms with the Past

Confronted with a landslide of accusations of unfathomable crimes (allegedly) committed by their nation during World War II, the Germans have had a hard time coming to terms with this 12 year period of their history. As a matter of fact, the German nation has become somewhat obsessed with this self-denigrating, autistic navel gazing, as a consequence of which its self-esteem has suffered considerably. Papers listed in this category deal with this aspect of the consequences of WWII.

Documents in this category

Author Document Language Published
Smith, B. Revisionist Notebook English 2003-11-01
Ries, J. Waldheim, Book Review English 1988-07-01
Lang, R. Imposed German Guilt: The Stuttgart Declaration of 1945, Paper Presented to the Eighth International Revisionist Conference English 1988-04-01
Rudolf, G. Gestapo USA, A Review English 2003-08-01
Mohler, A. "Overcoming" Germany's Burdensome Past: The Heritage of Europe's "Revolutionary Conservative Movement", A Conversation with Swiss Historian Armin Mohler English 1994-09-01
Gray, A. Secretary Shultz and the Bitburg Uproar, Book Review English 1994-07-01
Zadencki, J. Attention! Fascism in the Furniture Store!, A European Look at 'Political Correctness' English 1997-11-01
Smith, B. Keeping Memory Alive for the Holocaust-Obsessed English 2012-11-12
Rucker, J. Denying Obsession, Obsessing about Denial English 2012-11-12
Weber, M. "Mastering" Germany's Difficult Past, Book Review English 1994-09-01
Oppenheimer, P. The Sudentendeutsche Landsmannschaft English 1986-10-01
Michaels, D. In the Name of the Holocaust, Book Review English 2001-07-01
Raico, R. Nazifying the Germans English 1996-01-01
Manon, E. Delusional Worlds English 2003-11-01
Anonymus, P. I'm sorry, did I say I'm sorry yet? English 2002-01-01
Rucker, J. The Issue of Motivation in Different Views of the Holocaust English 2014-02-13
Crowell, S. Making Room for the Revisionists, Book Review English 2001-05-01
Nolte, E. The Third Reich’s Place in History, A Conversation with Professor Ernst Nolte English 1994-01-01
Weber, M. Young Germans Resist ‘Holocaust Education’ English 2001-01-15
Kollerstrom, N. If Germany Declared Peace English 2012-05-01
Gray, A. Life of a Much-Maligned Conductor Examined in New Biography, Book Review English 1994-01-01
O'Keefe, T. Not Much to Repellent Holocaust Thriller, Book Review English 1994-01-01
Weber, M. Changing Perspectives on History in Germany, A Prestigious Award for Nolte: Portent of Greater Historical Objectivity? English 2000-10-01
Rucker, J. Philip Weiss: The Holocaust’s Shylock English 2014-05-14
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