Thomas Dalton, PhD, has authored or edited several books and articles on politics, history, and religion, with a special focus on National Socialism. His works include a new translation series of Mein Kampf, and the books Eternal Strangers (2020), The Jewish Hand in the World Wars (2019), and Debating the Holocaust (4th ed, 2020). Most recently he has edited a new edition of Rosenberg’s classic Myth of the 20th Century and a new book of political cartoons, Pan-Judah!. All these works are available at www.clemensandblair.com. For all his writings, see his personal website www.thomasdaltonphd.com.
A fresh look at the evidence from the author of "Debating the Holocaust"
An obscure WW2 concentration camp in present-day Croatia, by the name of Jasenovac, accounting for some 0.33% of the presumed Jewish death toll of 6 millionis, is by any reasonable accounting all but irrelevant to the Holocaust story. A three-year-old Croatian TV interview with historian and Croatian Jew Ivo Goldstein expounds on the “increasingly problematic” camp at Jasenovac, decrying "the lack of forensic evidence from this particular camp", meaning the lack of any corpses, ash, or other human remains. This paper discusses the basis and implications of this admission.