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AnswerMan works to correct the historical record of the Holocaust in the light of a more complete collection of historical facts and a more objective attitude.
Neither Revisionist nor Fundamentalist, AnswerMan seeks to enlighten all with regard to this one infamous event in twentieth century history.
Truth, it has been said is the first casualty of war, and it was most certainly the first casualty of the Holocaust. The political atmosphere today is not calm at all. Objective attitudes are difficult to come by. In spite of this, AnswerMan speaks openly and honestly. Somebody has to, you know, because if you don't use freedom, you lose freedom.
AnswerMan knows almost all and will tell all he knows in response to selected questions about the Holocaust and its related history. Since his time is not as infinite as his store of information, not all questions can be answered. Following the guidelines listed below will give your request a better chance of being chosen.
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- Combative or abusive messages will be deleted immediately. Be nice, or remain clueless.
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Recently it has been brought to our attention that some others have been attempting to claim credit for some of AnswerMan!'s remarkably trenchant historical judgments. Let's clear this up right now: the opinions expressed by AnswerMan! are his alone. They do not necessarily express the views of anyone else. On the other hand, if the reader is struck by a formulation striking in its cogency, lofty in its expression, and humane in its impulse, you may rest assured that it is an accurate representation of the revisionist spirit overall.
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|Author(s):||aaargh , Harry Elmer Barnes , AnswerMan|
|First posted on CODOH:||April 7, 2012, 7 p.m.|