Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Long Missing Diary of Arch-Nazi Alfred Rosenberg is Found

Alfred Rosenberg joined the Nazis before Adolph Hitler did. He later served as the party’s interim leader. He wrote a virulent, best-selling book about the “Aryan” struggle against Jews.

He formed a Nazi task force, named for himself, that looted European art treasures by the train load. And in July 1941, Hitler put him in charge of territories falling to the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union.
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The Anti-Gnostic said...

“There’s a lot of surprising material,” he said, but “this is not the smoking gun. This is not the silver bullet. This is more a piece of a huge puzzle with many pieces that all need to be brought together.”

What "smoking gun/silver bullet" are they still looking for?

John (Ad Orientem) said...

I agree. The Holocaust is probably the most thoroughly documented mass atrocity in history. The Nazis were marvelous records keepers and many of them were quite proud of what they did.

The Anti-Gnostic said...

Well of course, we all know that. So what "smoking gun" are they still looking for?