Trachtenberg, Jakow. Die Greuelpropaganda ist eine Lugenpropaganda: Sagen Die Deutschen Juden selbst. [Atrocity propaganda is based on lies: say the Jews of Germany themselves]. Berlin-Charlottenburg,1933.
This collection of documents was printed in English, French, and German, and claims that Jews in Germany did not face persecution before and during the beginning of World War II. This concept is now called Holocaust Denial or Holocaust Revisionism, defined by the Holocaust Remembrance Alliance as “intentional efforts to excuse or minimize the impact of the Holocaust… [,] gross minimization of the number of victims of the Holocaust in contradiction to reliable sources; [and] attempts to blame the Jews for causing their own genocide.”
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War Law Philosophy and Perceptions