HOLOCAUST FAQ's (a useful reminder)
DOND001 at IT.net
Sun Feb 11 15:24:14 MST 1996
> "The attempt to justify an evil deed has perhaps
> more pernicious consequences than the evil deed
> itself. The justification of a past crime is the
> planting and cultivation of future crimes. Indeed,
> the repitition of a crime is sometimes part of a
> device of justification; we do it again and again
> to convince ourselves and others that it is a
> common thing and not an enormity."
> -- Eric Hoffer, The Passionate State of Mind.
> New York: Harper & Brothers, 1954
>if you need some basic information to argue with fascistic types (or even
>"left-wingers" who deny the Holocaust facts) the following is a useful
>reminder of various texts available in Internet::
>-- McVay, Kenneth N. (1995) "HOLOCAUST FAQ: The Leuchter Report", usually
>posted in the Usenet newsgroup "news.answers". It is available via anonymous
>ftp from ftp.almanac.bc.ca in the directory pub/people/l/leuchter.fred as
>leuchter.faq1 (and ~.faq2), ~27 pages.
>-- McVay, Kenneth N. (1994) "HOLOCAUST FAQ: Auschwitz-Birkenau: Layman's
> Guide" Usenet news.answers. Available via anonymous ftp from
> ftp.almanac.bc.ca in pub/camps/auschwitz/auschwitz.faq1 (and
> ~/auschwitz.faq2). 30 pages.
>-- McVay, Kenneth N. (1996) "HOLOCAUST FAQ: Operation Reinhard: Layman's
> Guide to Belzec, Sobibor and Treblinka" Usenet news.answers. Available
> via anonymous ftp from ftp.almanac.bc.ca in
> pub/camps/aktion.reinhard/reinhard.faq1 (and ~/reinhard.faq2). ~20 pages.
>-- McVay, Kenneth N. (1996) "HOLOCAUST FAQ: Willis Carto & The Institute
> for Historical Review" Usenet news.answers. Available via anonymous ftp
> from ftp.almanac.bc.ca/pub/orgs/american/ihr, ~/part02). ~25 pages.
>And this is the main source for info:
> The Nizkor Project: An Electronic Holocaust Resource
> Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
> anonymous ftp: ftp.almanac.bc.ca
> World Wide Web: http://www.almanac.bc.ca/
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