A Challenge From the USHMM

Published: 1999-01-11

Two papers by Theodore J. O'Keefe in response to a challenge by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.



No other historical event enjoys the massive, separate commemoration on the national Mall in Washington that is accorded to the Holocaust, the catastrophe suffered by the European Jews during the Second World War. The authorities who created the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum have sought to exploit to the full, and …

The core of the Holocaust story is the assertion that the Nazis massacred millions of Jews in gas chambers, then disposed of their bodies in crematoria. While no one disputes the existence of concentration camps or that the bodies of dead inmates were cremated, revisionists do dispute the claim that …
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