By David McCalden. The cover photo has appeared in a multitude of philo-Semtic books, usually with the caption “On the way to the Gas Chambers” (e.g. The Yellow Star, Gerhard Schoenberner, Corgi, 1978, p. 144). It appears to be from a collection of semi-official photographs taken at Auschwitz, a collection which was later published as The Auschwitz Album (Random House, 1981); this photo appearing on page 96.
In Exiles from History, we explore why it is that Jews always assume the worst. The original Germans captions depicted Jewish internees being processed for admission to the Auschwitz combined labor and internment camp, The Germans made no mention of “gas chambers” whatsoever. Why is if that throughout history, Jewish have assumed or imagined that non-Jews wish to “Holocaust” them? Exiles from History offers a timely and controversial new thesis on this painful subject.
115 pages, paperback