Notes And References
(1) ESAU’S TEARS Modern Anti-Semitism and the Rise of the Jews, by Albert S. Lindemann, published by Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, (1997), page ix.
(2) Lindemann, Esau’s Tears, page x, (ibid).
(3) Why Did the Heavens Not Darken? The “Final Solution” in History, by Arno J. Mayer, published by Verso, London, (1990), pages 451-2.
(4) The Hoax Of The Twentieth Century, by A.R. Butz, Second Edition, published by Historical Review Press, Brighton, Sussex, (1977), page 34.
(5) Butz, Hoax Of The Twentieth Century, page 191, (ibid).
(6) At that time the Daily Mail was a broadsheet newspaper, and somewhat upmarket from today’s version, but the point should be taken.
(7) Time ‘Too Painful’ to Remember, by Aril Goldman, published in the New York Times, November 10, 1988, (Late Edition), page A10.
(8) No charges were in fact filed although subsequently attempts were made to destroy me by other means.
(9) The charges were a bit more complicated than that but basically all three were indicted primarily because they had endorsed claims of Jewish ritual murder. Leese and his printer were convicted on lesser charges and fined; Whitehead paid the fine but Leese elected to martyr himself by serving a gaol sentence. On his release he published a thoroughly documented pamphlet on the subject. Unlike the rabidly anti-Semitic Leese, the well-meaning but gullible Lady Birdwood published her self-financed pamphlets with the best of intentions; infamy was her only reward.
(10) Mayer, Why Did the Heavens Not Darken?..., page 362, (ibid).
(11) INDUSTRIAL POISONS IN THE UNITED STATES, by Alice Hamilton, published by Macmillan, New York, (1925), page 347.
(12) Hamilton, Industrial Poisons In The United States, page 346, (ibid).
(13) Although he admitted killing Rabin, Amir actually pleaded not guilty, a plea which understandably cut no ice with the court.
(14) TRIAL OF JOSEF KRAMER AND FORTY-FOUR OTHERS (The Belsen Trial), Edited by Raymond Phillips, Foreword by the Right. Hon. Lord Jowitt, published by William Hodge, London, (1949), page 657.
(15) In 1953, an RAF engineer named Ronald Maddison died after being subjected to sarin gas testing at Porton Down chemical warfare centre. It was not until November 2004 that an inquest jury returned a verdict of unlawful killing; a previous inquest had returned a verdict of death by misadventure.
(16) LAW REPORTS OF TRIALS OF WAR CRIMINALS Selected and prepared by THE UNITED NATIONS WAR CRIMES COMMISSION VOLUME II THE BELSEN TRIAL, published by HMSO, London, (1947), page ix.
(17) Belsen Law Report, (ibid), page 87.
(18) Belsen Law Report, (ibid), page 96.
(19) Belsen Law Report, (ibid), page 130-31.
(20) Belsen Law Report, (ibid), page 138.
(21) WO235/13, page 139.
(22) PRISONERS OF FEAR, by Ella Lingens-Reiner, Doctor of Medicine and Law of the University of Vienna, With an Introduction by Arturo Barea, published by Victor Gollancz, London, (1948), page 34.
(23) The Password is Courage, by John Castle, published by Souvenir Press, London, (1954). 3rd Impression. [John Castle is the pseudonym of Ronald Charles Payne and John Williams Garrod]. This book has to be read to be believed, or perhaps not to be believed.
(24) Castle, The Password Is Courage, pages 89-90, (ibid).
(25) Castle, The Password Is Courage, pages 139-42, (ibid).
(26) Castle, The Password Is Courage, page 160, (ibid).
(27) Castle, The Password Is Courage, page 177, (ibid).
(28) Lingens-Reiner, Prisoners Of Fear, page 3, (op cit).
(29) Dr Dering’s story is related in the book Auschwitz In England, which was written in the wake of the libel case he brought against the Jewish author Leon Uris. After the War he was branded a war criminal but was subsequently cleared; in reality he had been a leading figure in the Auschwitz underground resistance and due to his position in the camp hierarchy had doubtless been forced to make hard choices.
(30) Lingens-Reiner, Prisoners Of Fear, page 4, (op cit).
(31) WO235/13, page 138. This testimony was given on the 5th day of the trial, September 21, 1945.
(32) THE STRUTHOF ALBUM...A photographic document, by Jean-Claude Pressac, Edited by Serge Klarsfeld, published by the Beate Klarsfeld Foundation, New York, (1985), page 5.
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