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The Swiss diplomat who saved thousands of Jews
Carl Lutz was a Swiss diplomat in Budapest during the Second World War. After the Nazis invaded Hungary, A new film highlights Lutz’s efforts to save the lives of tens of thousands of Hungarian Jews....
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The unattainable standard that dogs Israel
Back in 1980, an Israeli diplomat met with Ronald Reagan as he was running for president. Reagan was furious over the hostages being held in the American embassy in Iran and told the diplomat he could...
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Nazi Noir and more: Philip Kerr's Bernie Gunther ...
Nazi Noir and more: Philip Kerr's Bernie Gunther series Calcutta News.Net Tuesday 19th August, 2014Is it a feasible idea to set a series of noirish detective novels in a totalitarian state like Nazi...
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Ward Churchill loses appeal to win back CU job
DENVER (AP) - A former University of Colorado professor who compared some Sept. 11 victims with a Nazi has lost his appeal to get his job back. The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday upheld a lower...
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Sacred and Satanic Violence: The Place of the Dem...
On 3 August 1964, Flannery O'Connor, one of America's greatest fiction writers, died. To mark fifty years since her premature death, we are pleased to publish this article by Ralph C. Wood, University...
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The Battle for Palestine
Special Report: Americans often focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict based on the latest atrocity and which side is to blame. But there is a long and important back story to this conflict which...
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Horrific image sets a new standard in evil
In 1961, while covering the trial of
, writer Hannah Arendt was struck by just how ordinary the Nazi war criminal and Holocaust architect seemed. Nearly two decades after the end of the...
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