Assassins of Memory: Essays on the Denial of the Holocaust

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Columbia University Press, 1992 - History - 205 pages
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Assassins of Memory is a passionate and painstaking look at one of the more curious realities of recent French cultural life: the prominence accorded to the phenomenon of revisionism. An attempt on the part of a tiny group of fanatics, often masquerading as scholars and researchers, to deny the existence of the gas chambers and horrors of Hitler's genocidal policies, revisionism is quietly gaining adherents.
 

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This is a collection of essays written in the 1980s in response to those who deny the reality of the Holocaust. The writer, a scholar of ancient Greece who teaches at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en ... Read full review

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ON FAURISSON AND CHOMSKY mi
65
ON THE SIDE OF THE PERSECUTED mi
75
ASSASSINS OF MEMORY 198?
99
NOTES
143
INDEX
193
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