Society

What influence is exercised on a society, when its children, from a very young age, are constantly bombarded with atrocity stories in books, documentaries and movies, depicting certain ethnic groups as diabolically evil perpetrators, and another as composed of innocent victims deserving all the compassion we can muster? Depicting history and the world in unrealistic black and white patterns must deform a society. Papers listed here address this issue.


Documents in this category

Author Document Language Published
Stein, H. The Holocaust and the Myth of the Past as History English 1980-12-01
Martin, J. Raphael Lemkin and the Invention of 'Genocide' English 1981-04-01
Weber, C. Qui Bono? An American Veteran's Views on Non-Jewish Toleration and Propagation of the Extermination Thesis, Paper presented at the 1981 Revisionist Conference English 1982-07-01
Rollins, L. The Holocaust as Sacred Cow English 1983-04-01
Konkin Iii, S. Thrusting the Stake into Lemkin’s Bleeding Heart, A Review English 1984-12-01
Weber, M. Millions Go Into New Museums: National Holocaust Museum to Cost $100 Million, Historical News and Comment English 1985-12-01
Rollins, L. Los Angeles "Museum of Tolerance" to Cost $30 Million, Historical News and Comment English 1985-12-01
Hoffman, M. The Psychology and Epistemology of 'Holocaust' Newspeak English 1985-12-01
Hall, R. Deceptive Linguistic Structures in the Phrase "The Holocaust", Historical News and Comment English 1986-12-01
Ries, J. Waldheim, Book Review English 1988-07-01
Weber, M. "Days of Remembrance", A Department of Defense Guide for Commemorative Observance. A Review English 1989-01-01
Otten, H. Christianity, Truth and Fantasy: The Holocaust, Historical Revisionism and Christians Today, Paper presented to the Ninth Intemational Revisionist Conference English 1989-10-01
Smith, B. Interview with a Holocaust Revisionist (1990) English 1990-01-01
Hoy, M. Interview with a Holocaust Revisionist (1990) English 1990-01-01
Hottelet, C. Holocaust Education: Cui Bono? , Historical News and Comment English 1991-12-01
Weber, M. Official US Holocaust Museum to Open in April in Washington, DC English 1993-01-01
Weber, M. Five-Story US Holocaust Museum to Open in Washington, DC English 1993-03-01
Weber, M. From the Editor English 1993-07-01
O'Keefe, T. Not Much to Repellent Holocaust Thriller, Book Review English 1994-01-01
Derfner, L. Not Only Jews, Will the Holocaust be diminished if Israeli schools include lessons on other genocides? English 1994-04-08
Français, J. Bitter Retrospective after Fifty Years, Open Letter from a Young Frenchman to a Former French Resistance Fighter English 1994-07-01
Yudelson, L. New Holocaust museum director promotes the uniqueness of the Jewish genocide English 1995-01-03
Smith, B. The 50th Anniversary of the Liberation of the Camps English 1995-02-01
O'Keefe, T. The US Holocaust Memorial Museum, A Costly and Dangerous Mistake English 1995-03-01
Kohn, M. Three Jewish Views English 1995-03-01
Hecht, E. Three Jewish Views English 1995-03-01
Buchwald, E. Three Jewish Views English 1995-03-01
Fein, L. Facing the Holocaust English 1995-03-03
Lipstadt, D. Not facing history English 1995-03-06
Ain, S. Teaching The Horror, As the world marks Holocaust Remembrance Day this week, schoolteachers here use the holocaust as a vehicle to combat bigotry English 1995-04-28
Higgs, R. World War II and the Military-Industrial-Congressional Complex English 1995-05-01
Eisenthal, B. Montreal lawyer says Jewish leaders are trying to manipulate the community English 1995-05-03
Sobran, J. Some Lessons After Fifty Years English 1995-07-01
Weber, M. A German Takes His Life to Protest Defamation and Historical Lies, Suicide of Reinhold Elstner English 1995-09-01
Graf, J. Imposing a Guilt Complex, The Social and Political Impact of the Holocaust Campaign in Today's Europe English 1995-11-01
Avishai, M. The uniqueness of the Holocaust English 1996-01-01
Margalit, G. The uniqueness of the Holocaust English 1996-01-01
The TransCyberian Express The Anatomy of a Riot English 1996-01-01
The TransCyberian Express Newsmakers, Literal and Figurative English 1996-01-04
The TransCyberian Express What's Black and White and Read All Over? English 1996-01-04