6 edition of Hyping the Holocaust found in the catalog.
Hyping the Holocaust
|Statement||Franklin H. Littell, editor.|
|Contributions||Littell, Franklin Hamlin., Philadelphia Center on the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights.|
|LC Classifications||D804.3.G6483 H97 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 177 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||97176586|
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THE SECRET HOLOCAUST DIARIES family. Some of this commentary comes from Henry Bannis-ter’s remembrances of Nonna’s stories. Though simi lar to ot her memoirs o f the war an d the Ho lo-caust years, Nonna’s account provides a rare glimpse into the life of a girl who was born to a wealthy family in the Ukraine,File Size: 2MB. the United States. Hyping the Holocaust: Scholars Answer Goldhagen, a product of the Scholars Conference on the Holocaust and the Churches, is a fairly complete catalog of scholarly resistance to Hitler's Willing Executioners and its author. In the preface by editor Franklin H. Littell, Goldhagen's book is called.
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Having just read Goldhgen's book "Hitler's Willing Executioners" and then "Hyping the Holocaust", I have four comments: 1. It is ironic that the editor makes his living "hyping the holocaust".
Calling Neusner a scholar is stretching a point; he must be bitterly disappointed that he never received a Harvard appointment. /5(1). Hype and the Holocaust / Franklin H. Littell --Leaving evil in Germany: the questionable success of Goldhagen in the Low Countries / Didier Pollefeyt and G.
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He was a member of the Social Democratic Party of Germany. 1 Life and : 5 NovemberMarburg, Weimar Germany. In his review of Hitler's Willing Executioners published in Hyping the Holocaust, Rabbi Jacob Neusner observed that "this hysterical book, full of pseudo-scholarship and bad arguments, calls into question the scholarly integrity of Harvard's doctorate [program].".
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Yet for the health of the society and the well-being of the individual citizen the maladies must be confronted, their spread halted, and their sources identified and neutralized. Shermer and Grobman have given us a splendid study of the voices and sponsors of Holocaust denial."—Franklin H.
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