Ernst Nolte and the Memory of the Shoah
October 1, 2002 | Prof. Sergio Itzhak Minerbi
Nolte’s path is haphazard and contradictory in an effort to en-joy both worlds: to avoid being seen as a negationist of the Shoah while allowing himself to make a series of outrageous and prepos-terous points regarding the Shoah. His trajectory and tactics are revealed extensively as is the array of claims he makes. Nolte equates Zionism to Nazism and envisages a future recognition of Hitler as the originator of the State of Israel.
Europe’s Bias: From the Holocaust’s Aftermath to Today’s Anti-Semitism – Part I
October 1, 2002 | Dr. Manfred Gerstenfeld
An intensified defamation campaign against Israel and world Jewry has been taking place during the last two years. Various European governments and media play an important role in it. The moral aspects of post-war European attitudes toward the Jews have as yet been poorly analyzed. Their study within an in-tegrated framework is becoming an urgent Jewish public affairs issue. As so little field research has been done much can be learned by looking at a mosaic of vignettes of individual countries.
Historians Receiving Gifts and the Historiography of the Holocaust
October 1, 2002 | Dr. Robert Kaplan
As a considerable number of non-German historians of the Holocaust have received funding from German sources, the ques-tion arises as to whether such funding should be considered akin to gifts to judges from those they judge. A survey of Holocaust historians in Israel was conducted. None of the historians who received German funding expressed the belief that such aid had affected his or her work. Yet the clear differences in the discus-sion of the subject by those historians who had received Ger
The Destruction of the Temple Mount Antiquities
August 1, 2002 | Mark Ami-El
Terrorism and Racism: The Aftermath of Durban
December 16, 2001 | Prof. Anne Bayefsky