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Category Archives: Auschwitz

The Right Cuts

I really shouldn’t be upset. No one forced me to watch the current version of Marathon Man. I rather expected, more than forty years since creating the movie and thirty after my demise, that filmmakers and the industry would be even more barbaric than during my twilight period. Instead, they – the anonymous censors – […]

Also posted in Dustin Hoffman, Holocaust, Laurence Olivier, Movies, Vivien Leigh

General Patton Lectures Olivier

I could’ve delivered this rebuke in my underwear but of course donned my bemedalled uniform and a pearl-handled pistol on each hip before I shouted, “Attention, Olivier. Other than a coward in battle the last outrage on earth I’ll tolerate is a ham on a movie set.” “You must forgive me, General Patton, for reminding […]

Also posted in George C. Scott, George S. Patton, Holocaust, Josef Mengele, Laurence Olivier, Movies, Simon Wiesenthal, World War II

Slaughter in the Synagogue

I bet you haven’t heard of Gab.com but you should. This website is committed “to defend free expression and liberty online for all people.” Facebook and Twitter are afraid to do that. They deny the truth, which is that most of the world doesn’t want white people to survive. I’m not afraid to say and […]

Also posted in Adolf Hitler, Central America, Donald Trump, Gab.com, Holocaust, Immigration, Jews, Murder, NRA, Pittsburgh, Robert Bowers, Terrorism

Himmler Tutors Trump

This story is in the rousing campaign book “King Donald”

Also posted in Adolf Hitler, Campaign 2016, Donald Trump, Germany, Heinrich Hmmler, Holocaust, Immigration, Indians - American, Mexico, World War II

Kurt Gerron’s Academy Award

I’m planning to be doctor but after Great War wounds, needing to laugh, I bound onto cabaret stages of Berlin and tell funny stories and sing and in short time people line up to cheer. While Germany and much of world plummet into economic mire I rejoice in every performance, live in elegant apartment, and […]

Also posted in Adolf Hitler, Holocaust, Jews, Kurt Gerron, Short Pieces - GTC, Theresienstadt, World War II

Adolf Eichmann Appears at Film Festival

On the final afternoon of the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, before a near capacity audience in the large theater, Adolf Eichmann – looking typically banal, bespectacled, and grim – was wheeled in a glass cage onto a stage in front of the screen after completion of “Eichmann’s End: Love, Betrayal, Death,” and he demanded: […]

Also posted in Adolf Eichmann, Adolf Hitler, Europe, George Thomas Clark, Heinrich Hmmler, Hitler Here, Jewish Film Festival, Jews, Poland, Reinhard Heydrich, Rudolf Hoess, San Francisco, World War II

Book Tour

I had secretly taken an earlier flight to elude the media and (I later learned) several dozen readers who, by the standards of literary greetings at airports, constituted a throng. I wasn’t being rude. I was terrified. I couldn’t allow them to see me stagger out after one of those hemmed-in, gut-busting, ear-popping, time-altering twelve-hour […]

Also posted in Adolf Hitler, Amazon.com, Czech Republic, Czechoslovakia, Edvard Benes, Europe, France, George Thomas Clark, Germany, Hitler Here, Holocaust, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Middle East, Short Stories - GTC, World War II