Tag: Ernst Nolte
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.