Audio CD. 31 minutes
Stock No. C155
This well organized, crisply presented talk reviews the destruction, looting, starvation, rape, "ethnic cleansing", and mass killing imposed on vanquished Germans by the victorious Allies after the official end of fighting in 1945 -- a horrible chapter of history in which some three million Germans died unnecessarily: about two million civilians, mostly women, children and elderly, and about one million prisoners of war.
This "unknown holocaust" of non-Jews, says Weber, is essentially ignored in our society not because the facts are disputed or unknown, but rather because this reality does not fit well with the Jewish-centered view of history that is all but obligatory in today’s America.
“An awareness of `real history’ is not enough,” concludes Weber. “It is important to understand the how and why of the systematic distortion of history in our society, and the power behind that distortion. Understanding and countering that power is a critically important task, not merely for the sake of historical truth in the abstract, but for the sake of our nation and humankind.”