Setting the record straight about “the good Nazi.”
Made safe with footnotes.
And why are doves so upset by Netanyahu’s comments?
A new biography cuts away the myth.
“Chamberlain’s claims were actually more modest than Kerry’s.”
Forgetting the long history of anti-Semitism.
“The Führer occupied the god-shaped hole in what passed for the proud underling’s soul.”
He’s now painting the Nazi-Soviet alliance in a positive light.
Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.
Marking the 50th anniversary of the death of Winston Churchill, Scott Johnson reflects on the great British leader’s history of sympathy for the Jews:
Last week, what may be the first Hindi-language play about the Holocaust was staged in a country where few are aware of it while many. . .
Two centuries after the great composer’s birth, his anti-Semitism remains a bitterly contested issue. Perhaps that’s because no one has yet come to grips with its, or his, true nature.
Theories abound, but in the end only one war aim mattered to history’s greatest single suicide bomber, the man who blew up Europe to kill its Jews.
Nazis used the Western cultural past to construct an image of Germany that could be revived after civilizational crisis. They killed in the name of. . .