SOURCE: New Statesman
by Richard J. Evans
Against evidence and common sense, theories persist that Adolf Hitler escaped Berlin to live in Argentina. An expert on the memory of the Third Reich argues that the conspiracy theories reflect a broad rejection of expertise and show the need for historians to engage the public.
SOURCE: Voice of America
German historians have faced lawsuits for writing about World War II-era crimes by the Wehrmacht, part of a growing culture war in which right-wing Germans seek to deny or diminish the Holocaust and Nazi war crimes.
SOURCE: Times of Israel
Anti-Defamation Commission urges GoDaddy.com web hosting firm to take down World Truth Historical Revisionism site, calling it ‘an incitement to murder.’
SOURCE: New York Magazine
by Benjamin Wallace
Before he was Norman Spear, hate group founder and possible Russian asset Rinaldo Nazzaro was just another Jersey boy.
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