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Evidence for the German Euthanasia Program Compared to the Holocaust

By Wear, J. , published 2017-08-31

...ausrotten”:[34] “There is no doubt that in modern Germany the word ausrotten now means murder. But we have to look at the meaning of the word ausrotten in the 1930s and 1940s, as used...



The Weber-Shermer Debate: A Step Forward

By Mason, Jr., P. , published 1996-01-01

...ausrotten." This has always seemed to be a cute topic for tea-time discussion, but not really relevant. He concluded (and I'm paraphrasing here) that "ausrotten" means ausrotten ... to exterminate." S...



The "Final Solution of the Jewish Question", Extermination or Ethnic Cleansing? A Review

By Grubach, P. , published 2007-01-01

...ausrotten" and "vernichten" Debate Herf's theory is based upon his translation of two key German words: vernichten and ausrotten. He insists the use of these two terms by Hitler and Goebbels in refere...



Genocide at Nuremberg[1]

By Turley, M. , published 2009-12-01

...ausrotten. These translate as ‘annihilate, ‘exterminate’, ‘totally destroy’ and ‘kill,’ and the nouns Vernichtung and Ausrottung as ‘annihilation’...



"Behind the Scenes"

By Merlin, D. , published 2016-09-24

...ausrotten, vernichten, abschaffen, umsiedeln and abtransportieren are to be translated.”  Stern seems to have missed what the "world’s top experts"  were saying.&nbs...



Convergence of Evidence, Reflections on the Irving/Lipstadt Affair

By Grubach, P. , published 2002-01-01

...ausrotten, vernichten, liquidieren, evakuieren, umsiedeln and abschieben] were being used or understood in a genocidal sense. Irving contended that most of these words are properly to be understood in...



Toro! Toro! Toro!

By Marques, A. , published 2003-01-01

...ausrotten". > > You've got it backwards, old son\. Those examples are brought up by > Nazis like you and refuted by people like me\. I thought that by now you > would be embarrassed to discuss Au...



"60 Minutes" Takes Aim at Holocaust Revisionism, Zündel, Smith, Weber, Cole Appear on Popular Public Affairs Television Show

By Weber, M. , published 1994-05-01

...ausrotten") more accurately means "root out," eradicate, "wipe out," or "eliminate." In spite of the harshness of his language, what Himmler was referring to here was not a program of extermination, b...



"Irving v. Lipstadt" Trial for Movie Theaters, Part II

By Merlin, D. , published 2015-10-10

...ausrotten, vernichten, abschaffen, umsiedeln and abtransportieren are to be translated.” Irving Ought to Have Appreciated… What Judge Gray did fault Irving for was his trusting German sources too mu...



Lipstadt, Alternative Facts and Northwestern University.

By Merlin, D. , published 2017-05-04

...ausrotten, vernichten, abschaffen, umsiedeln and abtransportieren are to be translated.” Fact Checking Lipstadt Irving did not understand errors in Van Pelt's other points so it is wo...



The Great Holocaust Mystery, Reconsidering the Evidence

By Dalton, T. , published 2014-08-29

...ausrotten. But it is not so simple. Ausrotten derives from aus+rotten, meaning literally to ‘root out’ or ‘uproot.’ And indeed, the Oxford English-German dictionary translates ...



In Defense of Holocaust Revisionism, A Response to Shermer and Grobman's "Denying History". A Review

By Grubach, P. , published 2002-01-01

...ausrotten, vernichten, liquidieren, evakuieren, umsiedeln and abschieben] were being used or understood in a genocidal sense. Irving contended that most of the words are properly to be understood in a...



Goebbels on the Jews, Part 1

By Dalton, T. , published 2010-04-01

...ausrotten, liquidieren, eliminieren, and auslöschen. I’ve discussed the first of these already, and in the July 6 entry Goebbels first uses a form of ausrotten. This word, literally meaning...



Heinrich Himmler's Posen Speech from 04.10.1943

By Himmler, H. , published 1943-10-04

...ausrotten, ausmerzen, umbringen and totschlagen. Besides his translation of these German terms, Porter shows that all of these terms are used multiple times during the speech and that each is used at ...



The origins of “The Holocaust” or “How the Holocaust was born”.

By Heink, W. , published 2009-06-22

...ausrotten”, translated as “elimination”. Schulte admits that the word had different meanings, “it could mean, for instance, resettling…”. Which is absolutely true. The question is how Schulte found ou...



“Denying History”? – Denying Evidence!, The Phony “Convergence of Evidence” to “Prove” the “Holocaust.” A Review

By Mattogno, C. , published 2005-09-01

...ausrotten” or “Ausrottung” (exterminate or extermination). The authors devote a particular section (“The Ausrotten of the Jews,” p. 205) to an attempt at proving that these terms, which were part of t...



Human Rights, the Holocaust-Shoah and Historical Truth, An Australian Perspective

By Töben, F. , published 2012-04-15

...ausrotten,” as used in one of his speeches, being translated as “exterminate.” For Rosenberg “ausrotten” meant mere removal of Jews from specific German territory. It&...



On Holocaust Revisionism, Basic Arguments and Political Implications

By Grubach, P. , published 2012-07-31

...ausrotten, vernichten, liquidieren, evakuieren, umsiedeln and abschieben] were being used or understood in a genocidal sense. Irving contended that most of these words are properly to be understood in...



Denial, “A Battle to Defend the Veracity of Historical Facts”

By Merlin, D. , published 2016-08-11

...ausrotten, vernichten, abschaffen, umsiedeln and abtransportieren are to be translated.” Auschwitz As mentioned above, the issue that attracted the most attention was comments made by Ir...



On Contemporary History and Historiography, Remarks Delivered at the 1983 International Revisionist Conference

By Irving, D. , published 1984-12-01

...ausrotten" the Jews from Europe. The trouble our dilemma, is that we have to translate. Even modern Germans don't understand what these words meant then. And I have tried to din it into the heads of t...



Anatomy of a Nuremberg Liar

By Porter, C. , published 1998-01-03

...ausrotten] the fluctuation — which is largely determined by nature, and which is part of the problem — by the roots. But we can only do that if we have clear conditions and figures. That's the reason ...



Nicht schuldig in Nürnberg

By Porter, C. , published 1996-01-09

...ausrotten und vor den Photographen Chamberlain in den Unterleib treten. Das Dokument scheint auf derselben Schreibmaschine gebastelt worden zu sein wie viele andere Nürnbergdokumente, einschließlich d...



David Irving’s Final Address in the London Libel Trial

By Irving, D. , published 2000-06-01

...ausrotten [“eradicate,” “root out,” “wipe out,” “exterminate”], but the fact remains that this is what these enemies of free speech have tried for 30 years to do – by hook or by crook, to ruin m...