Tuesday, January 10, 2006

law.com - Suits Against Anti-Cult Blogger Provide Test for Online Speech

law.com - rickross.com

from the ku klux klan to neo nazis and Amway

Reuters AlertNet - Elderly Slovak cleared of 1945 Nazi massacre

News-Record.com Staff Blogs: Off the Record: Does this city need reconciliation?: Does this city need reconciliation?

News-Record.com Staff Blogs: Off the Record: Does this city need reconciliation?: Does this city need reconciliation?: "should they be reconciled?

Some Truth and Reconciliation proponents say we're all responsible for the crimes of Nov. 3. Responsible for racism"

News-Record.com - Greensboro, North Carolina: News: Attorney Cahoon, involved in Klan-Nazi trial, remembered

Reuters AlertNet - FEATURE-Berlin relives assassination of top Nazi in Prague

Reuters AlertNet - FEATURE-Berlin relives assassination of top Nazi in Prague

A summary of Czech resistance efforts in "Anthropoid" the assisnmation of Nazi Heydrich

Reuters AlertNet - FEATURE-Berlin relives assassination of top Nazi in Prague

Reuters AlertNet - FEATURE-Berlin relives assassination of top Nazi in Prague

A summary of Czech resistance efforts in "Anthropoid" the assisnmation of Nazi Heydrich

Tuesday, January 03, 2006

71 year old Son of Albert Speer speaks

Tuesday, December 20, 2005

The Daily Telegraph | Police in raids on neo-Nazi gangs

The Daily Telegraph | Police in raids on neo-Nazi gangs

Anti-Nazi campaigner Mat Henderson-Hau warned people not to be duped into joining white supremacist organisations.

"It's sad how plenty of socially dysfunctional young kids get drawn into neo-Nazi web forums thinking that they're buying into a new family of tough bigger brothers," he said.

"They're angry, disturbed, lonely and potentially violent people."

rally people into a race war via a series of videos

Sunday, December 18, 2005

Suspected Nazi Victims Reburied Despite Controversy | Germany | Deutsche Welle | 16.12.2005

Suspected Nazi Victims Reburied Despite Controversy | Germany | Deutsche Welle | 16.12.2005: "Prison sentence for a Nazi salute

Remains of 34 suspected Nazi camp victims were laid to rest at a US airbase near Stuttgart, despite the German authorities' request to investigate the bodies and determine the victims' identities.

In a separate development, a German girl of 19 was given a 10-month prison term by a court in Berlin Thursday for giving a Nazi salute to a group of foreign tourists visiting the site of a concentration camp."

Herald Sun: Neo-Nazi link in race riots [18dec05]

Herald Sun: Neo-Nazi link in race riots [18dec05]: "In particular, ASIO is focusing on the white extremist Patriotic Youth League and the Right-wing Australia First party."

Belarus Jews Concerned Over Growing Neo-Nazis Tendencies

Arutz Sheva - Israel National News: "articularly worrying is the SS graffiti on the memorial. 'Responsibility for the act has been claimed by the Slavic Union for Rus, which apparently embodies not only chauvinism, but also neo-Nazism,' the statement said. 'All these facts cannot but engender the concern of Belarusian Jews for their future and for the safety of their children and grandchildren. The Jewish community hereby expresses its concern at resurgent neo-Nazi tendencies in society and hopes that this act of vandalism will not escape the notice of state agencies."

Saturday, December 17, 2005

The Courier-Mail: Neo-nazis to exploit racial unrest [17dec05]

David S. Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies: Welcome

David S. Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies



Prof. Laurel Leff speaking at the Center for Jewish History on May 23rd

click here to read the feature story about Laurel Leff in the Boston Jewish Advocate

Utah Senator Honored for Efforts to Rescue Jewish Refugees

The governor of Utah designated April 8, 2005, "Elbert Thomas Day," to honor the late Utah Senator's efforts to promote U.S. rescue of Jewish refugees from the Holocaust.

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U.S. Jewry's Response to Hitler: Reflections from the Last Eywitnesses

click here to read this important new article in Midstream magazine
Chagall's Granddaughter Speaks at Wyman Event

A gala cultural event benefitting the Wyman Institute was held at the prestigious Wally Findlay Galleries in Palm Beach, Florida, on April 3. It included a sale and exhibit of important Jewish artists, and paid tribute to Varian Fry, who, in 1940-41, traveled from New York to rescue several thousand artists, writers and musicians -- including Marc Chagall-- from Vichy France. Bella Chagall Meyer, granddaughter of Chagall, was our featured speaker.

To view the Palm Beach Post's coverage of the event, click here.

The Day the Rabbis Marched
An online exhibit created by the David S. Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies
click here to view the exhibit

Chicago Street Named
After Ben Hecht
to Honor his Rescue Efforts
A prominent street in Chicago was officially designated "Ben Hecht Way" on June 29...
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Stephen Wise Was "Cautious and Ineffective" During Holocaust, Say Scholars

Stephen S. Wise, the most prominent leader of the American Jewish community during the 1930s and 1940s, was "cautious and ineffective" in his response to news of the Holocaust, according to scholars at a recent conference held in the Library of Congress...

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When Teen People announced that its upcoming February 2006 issue would include a feature story on the 13 year-old twin sisters Lynx and Lamb Gaede who are known as "Prussian Blue." But the announcement described the twins' beliefs only as "white pride" and did not mention that they wear Hitler t-shirts, deny the Holocaust, and frequently perform at neo-Nazi events. One of their songs, titled "Sacrifice," glorifies Hitler deputy Rudolf Hess. (To read the complete lyrics to "Sacrifice," click here.)

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Lamb and Lynx Gaede, wearing "Happy Hitler" T-Shirt

Friday, December 16, 2005

Real History and Hitler's relatives

Monday, December 12, 2005

- toledoblade.com -Activists angered by tactics of police

"I thought they were heavy-handed, and we thought their use of horses was very intimidating," said Perrysburg resident Kathy Baldoni, who helped organize The Toledo-Area Peace Team.

"Police seemed to arrest people without reason. They were clearly not doing anything that would have provoked an arrest."
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Neo Nazi Vioence- Pacific Islands: PINA and Pacific magazine

About 5,000 people descended on Australian beach Cronulla in Sydney's south yesterday.Mobs yelling racist chants attacked people of Middle Eastern appearance. A series of apparent revenge attacks - including two stabbings - occurred.

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