For all that has been said and written about the Holocaust, it remains a strangely obscure event. The one basic question raised by the Holocaust, “Why did it happen?” is precisely that to which it is most difficult to obtain an answer.
Brendan McGeever’s Antisemitism and the Russian Revolution: Distorting history in the service of identity politics
This is the second part of a two-part review.
Kassow’s history of the Oyneg Shabes underground archive in the Warsaw Ghetto combines remarkable objectivity with a deep compassion for the tragic fate of Warsaw’s Jewry during World War II.
The core exhibition at the recently opened POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw has now marked its second anniversary.
The collaboration of Germany and the US with Ukrainian fascists has historical precedents reaching back 100 years.
The action will have a “chilling effect” on all forms of political speech and scientific research opposed by the ultra-right Polish authorities.
The leak of the Labour Party investigation marks an appropriate endpoint to Corbyn’s five-year record of political surrender and collusion.
The witch-hunt centres on a concerted attempt to equate opposition to Zionism and the colonial policies of the Israeli state with hatred of the Jewish people in general and the infamous and reactionary anti-Semitism of the Nazis in particular.