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  • 1/15/2012 7:09 PM R. Salwin wrote:
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    Growing up we heard a lot about the Holocaust.  My mother couldn't let it go. Age 12 when it began she heard the bombings and saw people taken away. She wasn't Jewish but the little boy next door -who would later be her brother in-law - and his grandmother were.  In her eighties she disappeared one night.
    Not once but many times my mother wept for what she saw and later knew of the war. She was a very compassionate lady.
    My father took a different approach. He remained mostly silent. It was only on his death bed that I found where he was born - Zatory, Poland - and the names of his parents.
    He joined the army at fifteen, before the war began and so saw an entirely different side of it.  From the war he brought back with him the graphic books of the concentration camps. He'd lost one of his sisters and both his parents in that war. How I don't know - he never said.
    In this country they have lost their lives.  In the end feable, still fighters, as a family we fought against a system of racketeers. They're not uncommon.  An alotment of organized criminals grouped against the trusting / the educated / the innocent for everything you have. My family and I were one household, one mindset. These groups are not unlike what happened in Europe. But it's one unknowing / unsuspecting family at a time.
    My fight now is how to fight back.  Have you or anyone you know been involved in such unsuspecting circumstance where and found council legal council who can win such legal issues. One with the similar compassion and history as your own.
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    Sincerely,
    R.Salwin
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  • 12/30/2011 1:34 PM Miriam Warnick wrote:
    I was very interested and gratified to see information about my cousin, Yaakov Viernik, on your site. I spent over thirty years tracking him down after the Eichmann trial appeared in the Jewish Daily "Forvitz". My grandfather, Nathan Warnick, was a first cousin to Yaakov and read the reports of the trial each day. When Yaakov was first mentioned in the paper, I was in Grampa Nathan's kitchen as he read Yaakov's name for the first time. He gasped loudly, and everyone present wondered what had happened because Grampa Nathan did not display emotion easily. Slowly the story came out via my grandmother, but Grampa Nathan would not try to contact Yaakov whom he thought had perished with the rest of the family that originated in Kobryn, Poland. His sense of guilt was so overwhelming that he would not talk about it to anyone.

    I was consumed with interest about Yaakov - Jankiel - and without the help of the www started to research him back in 1962. Information was very scanty but I learned slowly about cousin Yaakov's role in the Treblinka uprising. When I finally got a computer and learned quickly how to search, I found the Ghetto Fighter's Museum in Haifa, Israel on the internet. There, I was able to research their archives and found pictures of cousin Yaakov. The first time I saw a picture of him, I became faint; he was like an identical twin to my Grampa Nathan right down to the full head of white hair and square face.

    Five and one-half years ago, I finally visited the Ghetto Fighter's Museum in Haifa after having made contact with them. I had been there for my first grandson's Bar Mitzvah, and took that opportunity to see the model of Treblinka that cousin Yaakov had built with such care and incredible precision. I was even allowed to go inside the protective fence and touch the model. I felt as though I had finally made contact with my long-lost cousin, as I whispered to him, "Yaakov - you are not alone anymore. I have come to take you back into the family that you thought you lost."

    Thank you for your work on my cousin Yaakov. My aim is to write a book on my search for him as a memorial to what he went through, and what he finally accomplished after the Holocaust.

    Most sincerely,

    Miriam Warnick
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  • 9/3/2011 11:18 AM Gregg Heilman wrote:
    We have been called Heelman many times growing up. Our name is Heilman. When we saw Schindler's List two Heelmans' were registered.

    I brought up the site for Schindler and it was as I guessed they were Heilmans'.

    Our family has lived in America since 1713 in an area thousands of Germans settled.

    I took the list into work, nearly everyone of the names was common to my employment location and all to the valley.

    It really brought it home.

    Let me say Pennsylvania has a HUGE GERMAN population for 300 years.

    In WWII every American/German I know or knew fought the Nazis. I had relatives who died destroying Hitler and his insanity..
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  • 9/3/2011 10:03 AM Heather wrote:
    It's incredible that the Nazis forced Jews in authority to help them with the evacuations. I question to what extent Jewish leaders complied with the Nazis, though perhaps early on they hoped to gain some personal advantage from it, such as safety for their own families. The slaughter that followed may not have seemed as inevitable then as it does in hindsight. Still, it's hard to believe that all Jewish leaders would be 100% honest with the Nazis.
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  • 6/23/2011 8:00 AM Bernie Rosen wrote:
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  • 5/22/2011 11:33 AM Jasha Levi wrote:
    Nowhere on your website did find mention of Jews from Yugoslavia.

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    Did I miss something?

    I am almost 90 and keep feeling the urgency not to let anything unsaid. You can help me do that.
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  • 4/29/2011 2:57 PM Maria Gonzalez wrote:
    Thank you for producing the more informative historical website about the Holocaust.

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    Austin, Texas
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  • 4/1/2011 1:54 PM Chris Webb wrote:
    Arthur,

    Thank you very much for your comments.

    In terms of dating our articles, they are already dated in the whats new index.

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    By all means send them to the H.E.A.R.T. Secretary and we can take it from there.

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    Chris Webb
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  • 3/17/2011 6:56 AM Arthur Graaff wrote:
    Dear Sirs,

    As a journalist, I'm impressed by your site. Seems like an enormous amount of time must have gone into it.

    I have two requests:
    Could youn please put a dateline with your articles? I find myself wondering how old they are.

    Seoondly: Would you be interested in publishing on the February Strike in Amsterdam, 25 Feb 1941 that occurred as a protest against the first progrom in Holland?


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  • 2/24/2011 9:50 PM Theresa Leteri wrote:
    I am very thankful for this website and the great work of the Holocaust Education and Archive Research Team!

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  • 8/24/2010 8:47 AM robin huff wrote:
    Thank you for the above entry from Matthew Feldman. While arguing with these people is indeed pointless, combating them is not. Ignoring the phenomena of holocaust denial and revisionism has only allowed the shocking growth of the numbers of websites and people who believe their "revised facts" ---not only racists who believe this dangerous nonsense to begin with, but also those who "google" something online, read the first result, and uncritically take the statements at face value. Those whose knowledge of the Holocaust ends at "The Diary of Anne Frank" or "The Hiding Place" are many, and everyone needs to somehow be made aware of these sites and people and to beware. Understanding the motives of deniers and revisionists should be only the first step-they should be combated at every opportunity and exposed for what they are. In the early days of the KKK, when they wanted to march with their white hoods, it was decided that they had to be allowed to march because the Constitution allows free speech, no matter if it is despicable. But, it was decided by a court ruling, they had to show their faces. These sites are allowed to exist by free-speech law (although, I understand, some other countries are trying to fight this under the rules regarding hate speech). That does not mean they should be allowed to exist without any comment. You can't argue with a racist, or, for that matter, get rid of him, but you can expose him.
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  • 8/21/2010 10:21 AM Steve Smith wrote:
    Dear Sirs,

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    I have recently became aware of your great work and I am very interested in combating Holocaust Denial.

    Can I speak to someone in the UK

    Regards,

    Steve Smith
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  • 8/11/2010 8:46 AM mihnea wrote:
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  • 8/10/2010 7:38 AM Akshay wrote:
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  • 8/7/2010 2:39 AM GeorgeHaley35 wrote:
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  • 8/2/2010 11:14 PM Nancy Hess wrote:
    I have been told that the Eckman (current spelling) surname originates from behind the Iron Curtain in Prussia, more specifically in the vicinity of Danzig, current Gdansk. Can you give me any direction in how to authenticate this information? I am interested in knowing more in reference to the family history. Heinrich and Johannes Eckman were the original progenitors of the family in America. Their father was Ulrich and they were both born in Switzerland in the early 1700's. I am aware of the atrocities to the Jews under the direction of Adolph Eichmann from this same area.
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  • 7/26/2010 11:28 AM Arthur Butz wrote:
    Read my Book, "The Hoax of the Twentieth Century:The Case Against the Presumed Extermination of European Jewry " I do not propose in this book to settle the question of what degree of cruelty justifies what degree of legal irregularity. Rather, a rarely heard point, which is at least relevant to the debate, is insisted upon here: It is a fact that without the evidence generated at these trials, there would be no significant evidence that the program of killing Jews ever existed at all. One has only to examine the sources employed by Hilberg and by Reitlinger to see this. If the trials had not been held, a person claiming the existence of the extermination program could not, if challenged, produce any evidence for this, save a few books (not including Hilberg or Reitlinger) whose claims are just as unsupported as his original claim. Thus, the problem that had been involved in deciding whether or not to hold trials on the Jewish extermination aspect was not a simple question of whether or not to try mass murder; unlike the usual murder case there was legitimate and very solid doubt that the deed had been committed at all.
    Sincerely,
    Arthur Butz
    Professor
    www.ece.northwestern.edu



    *Note   The Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team does not endorse, approve, or agree with the conclusions outlined in Mr. Butz's book.

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  • 7/11/2010 8:22 AM Margaret Blaise wrote:
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  • 6/30/2010 4:48 PM Charles Manners wrote:
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  • 6/28/2010 6:09 AM robin huff wrote:
    Upon happening on my first site written by "revisionists", I was at first taken aback, then puzzled, then outraged. If I had not spent years reading about the Holocaust, and known some about the subject, I might have believed their "facts" and citations that make the articles seem legitimate. The more dangerous ones,in my opinion, are those that do not make overtly racist comments, merely claim to correctly "revise" history. With the majority of (especially young) people doing their research online now, something needs to be done about these people, not just study their motivations. I was unaware of these "revisionists" and people should be warned to be wary.
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    1. 7/1/2010 5:14 AM chris webb wrote:
      Robin,

      Thanks for your email.

      The best way to beat Holocaust Deniers is by websites like this.

      I am on record as saying i would never waste my time with these people and I dont.

      All the best

      Chris Webb
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  • 5/21/2010 8:23 AM Hava wrote:
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    Haifa Israel
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  • 5/13/2010 9:38 AM Robert J Noks wrote:

    Robert J. Noks pointed out a correction in the captioning of a photo on the George Wellers Testimony about Conditions in France & Deportations from France article

    His notation was indeed correct and we thank him for his insight, the miscaptioned photo has been replaced.

    - H.E.A.R.T


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  • 5/6/2010 4:26 AM victor smart wrote:
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    Victor
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  • 5/5/2010 5:02 AM chris webb wrote:
    Dear Maria,

    Thank you for your kind words of support.

    Sadly this kind of activity is the price you pay for success.

    No matter what they try they will not deflect us from our path. That much we owe to the millions that died at the hands of the Nazis and their Axis partners in crime.
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  • 4/27/2010 8:51 PM Maria Reali wrote:
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    Maria Reali
    Italy
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  • 3/29/2010 1:10 PM Charles wrote:
    No event in human history has been studied more thoroughly and carefully than the Holocaust. Thousands of thesis and dissertations papers have poured over mountains of data, from physical evidence and anecdotal testimony to captured German war documents. Virtually everyone with a PhD in History will stake their career on the fact that millions of Jews were systematically exterminated by Nazi Germany. One can no more "revise" this fact than one can revise the existence of gravity. Wannsee Conference records prove that Nazis planned the extermination of Jews as, "The Final Solution." German concentration camp records prove that it was carried out.

    Whenever we stand up to those who deny or minimize genocide we send a critical message to the world. As we continue to live in an age of genocide and ethnic cleansing, we must repel the broken ethics of our ancestors, or risk a dreadful repeat of past transgressions.

    Holocaust deniers ply their mendacious poison everywhere, especially with young people on the Internet. Deniers seek to distort the truth in a way that promotes antagonism against the object of their hatred, or to deny the culpability of their ancestors and heroes. If we ignore them, they will twist the minds of countless young people, creating a new generation of those who deny the facts of the worst episode of genocide in history. Freedom of speech and the press is a symbol of a healthy society. Yet, since no crime in history is so heinous as the Holocaust, its memory must be accurately preserved, to protect our children and grandchildren.

    Museums and mandatory public education are tools to dispel bigotry, especially racial and ethnic hatred. Books, plays, films and presentations can reinforce the veracity of past and present genocides. They help to tell the true story of the perpetrators of genocide; and they reveal the abject terror, humiliation and degradation resulting from blind prejudice. It is therefore essential that we disclose the factual brutality and horror of genocide, combating the deniers’ virulent, inaccurate historical revision. We must protect vulnerable future generations from making the same mistakes.

    A world that continues to allow genocide requires ethical remediation. We must insist that religious, racial, ethnic, gender and orientation persecution is wrong; and that tolerance is our progeny's only hope. Only through such efforts can we reveal the true horror of genocide and promote the triumphant spirit of humankind.

    Charles Weinblatt
    Author, "Jacob's Courage"

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  • 3/26/2010 9:56 AM Jonathan Parr wrote:
    Brilliant website!
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  • 3/26/2010 8:30 AM Ruth Weinstein wrote:
    I am a survivor from .

    I wanted to thank you for your web pages and also to say that I believe its terrible what the blogs with the hatred say and do.

    Your writings are a blessing.

    Ruth & Helen
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  • 3/20/2010 8:57 PM sandra pellman wrote:
    Dear Sir,
    I am looking for records about my father zelig pilzmacher/pellman who testified in germany ( war trials) in 1967 against the gestapo when he was in the montelupich jail. in krakow poland.
    I was very young but I remember that he went to Germany. He was interviewed by the German Consulate in Toronto who bought him a plane ticket and sent him to testify at these trials. I am unable to find any mention of these trials.

    Would you be so kind as to help me with this research. Thank you,
    Yours Sandra
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  • 3/19/2010 4:34 PM Maxine Kenig wrote:
    My father Nathan Kenig escaped from Kutno in 1939. He was captured by the Germans and later escaped from a concentration
    camp. He joined the Russian army and was made an officer in the Polish division. His revenge against the Nazis was that he survived! His grandson is President of his class and a leader just like his grandfather!
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    1. 3/21/2010 7:35 AM H.E.A.R.T wrote:
      Thank you Maxine for you comment. We are always happy to learn about those who survived the Holocaust and were able to live fruitful lives.

      We respect the memory of the six million!

      - H.E.A.R.T
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  • 3/15/2010 12:50 PM Muriel Stanton wrote:
    Heartfelt thanks to the Holocaust Education and Archive Research Team for your wonderful website and image galleries.

    Muriel Stanton
    London
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  • 3/4/2010 11:12 PM Lorenz Trusea wrote:
    What bastards these Nazis were!
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  • 2/24/2010 11:20 AM Megan Elitoh wrote:
    Thank you for your hard work and such a wonderful website.

    Megan Elitoh
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  • 2/21/2010 7:51 AM Melia Gonzales wrote:
    Thank you for publishing such works. I feel strongly that the world must never forget the Holocaust!
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  • 2/13/2010 4:10 PM Michael Norris wrote:
    THE MOST WORTHWHILE WEBSITE ON THE INTERNET!

    THANK YOU TO THE HEART PEOPLE!!!
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  • 2/1/2010 9:17 AM gP30Sophie wrote:
    Thank you, it's very inspiring article about this topic it might be very helpful for students.

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  • 1/18/2010 10:29 AM Mitch Hendry wrote:
    I can't wait to read parts 2 and 3!

    This is truly an amazing website!

    Mitch Hendry
    Tulsa, Oklahoma USA
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  • 1/12/2010 2:29 PM Vlad Comceau wrote:
    www.Holocaustresearchproject.org maintains an outstanding gallery of Holocaust related images.

    The best I've come across on the Internet!

    VC
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  • 1/7/2010 12:47 PM Fred wrote:
    Yes
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  • 1/2/2010 12:23 PM Jonah Renberg wrote:
    A heart wrenching story!
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  • 12/28/2009 2:02 PM Theresa Ngady wrote:
    Has the diary been published?
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  • 12/22/2009 1:11 PM Alex Dellarstarre wrote:
    Fabulous photo collection! I've never seen so many collected in a single repository such as this.

    Alex Dellarstarre
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  • 12/15/2009 11:18 AM Richard Hantilan wrote:
    I had the pleasure of meeting this articles author Chris Webb. He lead a very spirited and informative lecture.

    We need more educators like him and less of the drivel we find on strange Internet blogs and forums.

    RH
    Birmingham, UK
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  • 12/14/2009 1:55 PM Kurt Baumen wrote:
    Thank you to HEART.

    By far the best overview and presentation of the Korherr Report available online.
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  • 12/4/2009 4:40 PM H.E.A.R.T wrote:
    Dear Alice,

    We truly appreciate your comment. Rest assured that H.E.A.R.T will carry on despite any and all of the online foolishness perpetrated by the hate bloggers and controversialists.

    Our view is:

    Since the Holocaust can never be denied, there is nothing to debate or debunk….

    We wish you all the best.

    - The Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team
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  • 12/4/2009 11:51 AM Alice Winkler wrote:
    My endearing thanks to www.holocaustresearchproject.org for maintaining such a website despite the incessant Internet slander attacks and false postings from the holocaustcontroversies hate blogs!

    The H.E.A.R.T group exhibits courage and character by not engaging in debate or arguments with such disparaging loonies and still producing great articles and information such as this one.

    My heartfelt thanks.

    Alice Winkler
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  • 11/28/2009 11:48 AM Henry Yehelska wrote:
    Hello to the HEART team and thank you for this fantastic website.

    I found this link on the BBC
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/8381413.stmhttp://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/8381413.stm

    I followed it to your wonderful work on the Holocaust. What a truly blessed source of information you present.

    I can only say thank you!
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  • 11/24/2009 11:30 PM Herbert Mallis wrote:
    Very interesting history around the structure of the concentration camp leadership.

    Thanks for posting this.

    Herbert Mallis
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  • 11/21/2009 10:15 AM Julius Goldstein wrote:
    Thank you Dr. Freidhaus for such a thoughtful editorial.

    To add some further information to the comments about the hater blogs I post this interesting thread from A-R-C blog:

    http://deathcamps.blogspot.com/2009/11/arc-publishes-list-of-revision-sites.html

    I believe the threads there are important for people to read and understand the mindset of the authors of those Holocaust Controversy and hate promoting blogs.

    Julius Goldstein
    Brooklyn, NY
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  • 11/20/2009 6:47 PM EK wrote:
    Hello HEART I've just read one of the Holocaust Controversy blogs and I must say I fully agree with your editorial these are pyschotic and deranged indivdiuals who write these blogs.

    Thank you for raising awareness at these false 'debunkers' they are definitley worse than the revisionists.

    Elliot Kransbauer
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  • 11/14/2009 1:10 PM Eli Wilkens wrote:
    The worst offenders are these clowns who argue and debate with revisionists and racial kooks.

    I think the holocaust debunkers are even worse than the deniers!
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    1. 11/16/2009 6:08 PM J Bolstein wrote:
      Hello Eli,
      I agree completely! I've yet to see one of these lame controversy forums ever do something helpful for Holocaust remembrance. The blogs are the worst of all.
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  • 11/11/2009 12:35 PM Tina McElroy wrote:
    My special thanks to Mr. Carmelo Lisciotto for his aid in my Holocaust and historical research. This website is one of the greatest educational resources that can be found on the Internet.

    The H-E-A-R-T staff are to be thanked and praised for this wonderful work.

    Tina
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  • 11/6/2009 3:05 PM Sun Chi wrote:
    The very best education and history site on the web!
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  • 11/2/2009 6:59 PM Henrik Farbiria wrote:
    Your website is a great testament and memorial to the Holocaust victims.

    Please never give up this great mission!
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  • 10/31/2009 9:41 AM Todd Mendel wrote:
    I've visited the site of the old prison camp but have never come across a narrative of its history as your article on the Holocaustresearchproject website.
    Your webpages are truly an asset to the entire world.

    Todd Mendel
    Toronto, Canada
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  • 10/13/2009 6:54 PM Gerta Muntz wrote:
    I would like to thank each and every member of the www.holocaustresearchproject.org team for producing this wonderful website and for commemorating the victims of the Holocaust.

    Your pages are filled with facts and photos that were clearly designed as a labor of love.

    My entire warm regards for your great work.

    Gerta
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  • 9/20/2009 4:07 PM Lara Scanlon wrote:
    A very impressive and detailed article. Thank you for publishing it.
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  • 9/15/2009 3:38 PM Timothy Ressler wrote:
    I've written to the Wiener Library for assistance on research around the Kindertranspors and they were very helpful.

    I think your article is well placed and fitting.

    Timothy Ressler
    Toronto, Canada
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  • 9/12/2009 10:14 AM chris wrote:
    as part of my holocaust memorial blog Never Again!, i've started a new blog for the Lodz Ghetto...the first post contains information about deportations and the death camp, Chelmno
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  • 9/6/2009 12:35 PM chris wrote:
    i'm reading a book now called "the architect of genocide: himmler and the final solution" by richard breitman, which documents heydrich's relationship with the reichfurher-ss, it's a bit laborious but very interesting
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  • 8/27/2009 6:58 PM Martin Starnberg wrote:
    Week-after-week your website posts some amazing research and studies on the Holocaust. Your team is truly impressive!

    My hats off you!

    Martin Starnberg
    Worthing
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    1. 9/1/2009 12:06 PM Fabian Merz wrote:
      I come back here every week just to learn something new. I haven't been dissapointed in over 3 years.

      FM
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  • 8/26/2009 2:31 PM Jim Presi wrote:

    I really like your website!

    Especially with all the lame blogs and controversy crap that’s out there these days!

    Your site towers head and shoulders above the rest!

    James Presi
    Los Angeles, California


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  • 8/15/2009 7:11 AM Josh Johnson wrote:
    With this site we will not forget....
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  • 8/11/2009 8:42 AM Ester Sarin wrote:
    I was truly humbled when I came across your website. I have never come across such a vast repository of information on the Holocaust that was presented in user friendly way as the Holocaustresearchproject.org website is.

    I am often on the USHMM website and while they have an abundant volume of material it isn't as comprehensive or detailed.

    I thank the HEART team for their fantastic work.

    Ester Sarin
    New York City
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  • 8/6/2009 12:34 PM Kensington wrote:
    A pity this bastard didn't meet the hangman as he should have!
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  • 8/1/2009 7:22 PM Ellis wrote:
    Captivating story! Thankyou for posting it!
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  • 7/26/2009 8:30 AM Josef Sarzyk wrote:
    By far the best account of Heydrichs assasination I have ever come across on the Internet!

    I admire your website very much!
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  • 7/23/2009 8:23 PM Helena Grossberg wrote:
    My father was on the Kastner train from Hungary to Switzerland. Thanks to Kastner, my father remained alive during the war. I would love to know about others who were in that train too. Find me in LinkedIn!
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  • 7/20/2009 6:46 AM Anna wrote:
    Good morning,
    I'm working in historical foundation, and publish a historical quaterly. We need a two photo's of Richard Glazar.
    Is it possible to buy it? How much is it cost if we would like to publicating those photo's. We need a 600 DPI resolution. Thank You for help.


    Dear Anna,

    We are sorry but the Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team is unable to answer request for photos reproduction.

    You are welcome to download any photo from our website in the format that it is presented on our pages, however we don't offer any additional services.

    We thankyou for your inquiry and interest.

    - H.E.A.R.T
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  • 7/5/2009 6:47 PM Don wrote:
    This is really a great website! Please keep up your superb writings and research.

    Don M.
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  • 6/30/2009 10:30 AM Ari Menschem wrote:
    This story breaks my heart.
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  • 6/29/2009 8:43 AM TT-Jones wrote:
    Nice Blog!

    Far superior to those cheesy Holocaust blogs where all they do is bicker back and forth with deniers and wackos!

    TT-Jones
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  • 6/24/2009 2:41 PM Ricardo Vega wrote:
    Your website is routinely updated with very well documented text and photos.

    I find myself browsing your site several times a week as I always learn something new about the Holocaust each time I visit.

    In many ways you have opened my eyes to a part history that I know can never be forgotten or denied.

    Thank you
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  • 6/22/2009 10:54 AM Helmut Borger wrote:
    I believe the HEART team has become the premier Holocaust Research group of our age.

    Your materials are the best available on the Intenet.

    Helmut Borger
    Freilassing
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  • 6/22/2009 8:18 AM Audrey Lanlarin wrote:

    I have always been perplexed by the reaction of the civilian onlookers who while able to deny knowledge of the camps, could hardly deny the fate of these poor souls dying on the streets as they passed through towns and villages.

    Watching one of these death marches must have been a horrific experience!

    I can't even fathom what it must have been to be a prisoner of one.


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    1. 6/30/2009 11:38 AM Charles wrote:
      We live with Holocaust deniers who poison vulnerable young minds with their venomous drivel. If we allow them to revise history, then the Holocaust can occur again in a future generation.

      It is critical that we teach our children the truth about the Holocaust. Whether someone made a poor casting decision is virtually irrelevant.

      I wrote about the Holocaust because I felt it critical to discount Holocaust deniers. These mendacious historical revisers desire only one thing - to finish that which Hitler began with the Jewish people. There are many vulnerable individuals whose weak minds can be turned into hatred of minorities. It happened in 20th Century Europe. It can happen again. If we had learned from the Holocaust, we would not have witnessed Cambodia, Bosnia, Rwanda or Darfur. Prejudice continues. Someone has to stop the blind hatred.

      "Jacob's Courage" is a tender coming of age love story of two young adults living in Salzburg at the time when the Nazi war machine enters Austria. This historical novel presents accurate scenes and situations of Jews in ghettos and concentration camps, with particular attention to Theresienstadt and Auschwitz. It explores the dazzling beauty of passionate love and enduring bravery in a lurid world where the innocent are murdered. From despair, to unforgettable moments of chaste beauty, "Jacob’s Courage" examines a constellation of emotions during a time of incomprehensible brutality.

      I described the Auschwitz death march in great detail in "Jacob's Courage." AN Auschwitz survivor who read my book called me to ask how I knew exactly what it was like to live through the experience. That told me my description was accurate.

      The worst characterization of the human experience is revealed through religious, ethnic, gender or racial prejudice. Only when we learn to value the differences among us will humankind move forward into a bright future. If we fail to learn this lesson, only darkness remains for our progeny.

      You can learn more about the Holocuat here http://jacobscourage.wordpress.com/. The book is available through all major retailers, as a Kindle book and a Smashwords download. Let's hope that our children will be more tolerant than our parents were.
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  • 6/21/2009 10:28 AM Alard Coen wrote:
    Your article on Breendonck is most impressive. You have all the details quite correct.

    Alard
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  • 6/15/2009 8:13 PM Paul von Bronner wrote:
    Your compendium of the Anschluss and the fate of European Jewry is well researched and well written.

    I am a native born Austrian from Graz and I can attest to the quality dissertation you have produced.

    PvB
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  • 6/12/2009 1:55 PM Tina Ellis wrote:
    Quite an interesting subject and a plethora of information.
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  • 6/9/2009 10:31 AM Kal Mano wrote:
    Your website articles are better than the Discovery channel!

    I enjoy coming to this site and learning about the Holocaust.
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  • 6/2/2009 3:16 PM Roger Klimt wrote:
    Your website is well researched and very well organized.
    I am quite impressed with the broad coverage and detail

    Very well done.

    Roger Klimt
    Uxbridge
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  • 5/27/2009 12:18 PM Tricia Mortonfeld wrote:
    A horrific cold blooded proposal!
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  • 5/25/2009 9:25 AM Mario Vitale wrote:
    Holocaust denying and arguing with Holocaust deniers is just STUPID!

    Mario
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  • 5/23/2009 8:57 PM Ian McKonnel wrote:
    GREAT ARTICLE!

    THE DOCUMENTS AND PHOTOS WERE VERY INTERESTING

    Ian
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  • 5/23/2009 8:52 PM Joella Simon wrote:
    Debating with Holocaust Denier is a foolish endeavor.

    Those who feel they are doing us all a good service by attempting to debunk hate propaganda only lend it credence.

    Please stop doing us the favor and let the deniers shout from their soap boxes.

    When they realize that no one is listening they will give up proselytizing  and move on to chasing UFOs and searching for Bigfoot.

    Joella Simon

    Raleigh, North Carolina
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  • 5/22/2009 11:20 AM HEART wrote:
    Whilst many “Self-Proclaimed Debunkers of Revisionism” believe they are doing something noble by “giving the Deniers a hard time” you are in essence accomplishing nothing but validating that a ludicrous revisionist viewpoint has any merit what so ever.

    Forcing Holocaust Deniers to lose composure doesn't discredit the Denier. It simply proves the Denier is just as human as the rest of us and can react adversely when challenged.

    (We would remind all that the Holocaust isn't a game where points are awarded to whichever side makes a better argument. Millions died in unimaginable suffering. If you need to play a game that proves your intellect we would recommed a friendly game of Chess perhaps?)

    It is the view of the Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team that the period of history known as the Holocaust [Shoah], the program of systematic state-sponsored extermination by Nazi Germany, under Adolf Hitler, and its collaborators towards the Jewish peoples in Europe but also including ethnic Poles, the Romani, Soviet civilians, Soviet prisoners of war, people with disabilities, gay men, and political and religious opponents can NEVER BE DENIED.

    Any claim that the Shoah never happened, that the resources of the Third Reich never murdered almost a million Jews and political opponents in mass shootings. That entire communities of Jews and Romani were not crammed into ghettos before being transported by freight train to extermination camps where, if they survived the journey, the majority of them were killed in gas chambers is a claim designed purely to stir controversy.

    Validating the arguments of Holocaust Deniers via anonymous online debates offers no value to the cause of Holocaust remembrance and no value to history or posterity.

    We believe that energy is better spent promoting Holocaust awareness for the future benefit of society and cultures worldwide.
    So mankind won't forever be doomed to repeat the evils of the past.

    The Holocaust can never be denied.

    -H.E.A.R.T
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    1. 5/22/2009 12:13 PM Maya Jansen wrote:
      Dear H.E.A.R.T

      I couldn't agree more with your statements.

      60 years after the Holocaust happened arguing with those who choose to deny out of their own racial hatred is just silly.

      I don't care about making a Holocaust denier look badly.

      They already do that themselves the moment they promulgate their venomous propaganda.

      Maya Jansen
      New York, NY
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  • 5/20/2009 1:56 PM Jessie Tameroy wrote:
    I NEVER UNDERSTOOD THE LOGIC IN ARGUING WITH HOLOCAUST DENIERS IT ALWAYS SEEMED TO ME TO BE AN EXERCISE IN FUTILITY.

    YOU GUYS ALSO MAKE A GOOD POINT ABOUT THOSE SELF PROCLAIMED DEBUNKERS OF REVISIONISM.

    WHEN YOU READ HOW THEY BEHAVE ITS CLEAR THEY ARE ONLY DEBATING FOR THE FUN OF THE DEBATE AND REALLY COULD CARE LESS ABOUT THE VICTIMS OF THE HOLOCAUST.

    I THINK IN MANY CASES THEY DO MORE FOR THE REVISIONIST CAUSE THAN THE DENIERS DO THEMSELVES!
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  • 5/19/2009 7:58 PM Never Forget wrote:
    Thank you to the Holocaust Education and Archive Research Team

    NEVER FORGET!
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  • 5/18/2009 3:12 PM Kurt Stellin wrote:
    Please accept my praise for this great work by the Holocaust Research Project Team. You have surpassed your earlier work on the deathcamps.org website and have produced an Internet resource that is valuable to everyone throughout the world.

    Kurt Stellin
    Frankfurt, Germany
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  • 5/17/2009 6:28 PM BL wrote:
    I am very impressed with your well researched website.

    This article on the Jews of the Sudetenland is of special interest to me.
    Thank you for posting it.

    BL
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  • 5/15/2009 8:31 AM Geraldine Lark wrote:
    Many of my students use the website for reports and as a general reference.

    It's a fantastic educational resource.

    Geraldine Lark
    Modesto, California
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  • 5/13/2009 7:38 PM Clara Stoddard wrote:
    One of the better accounts of the man they call Ivan the terrible.

    This website seems to do a much better job than most on presenting a balanced and informative approach to history and Holocaust education.

    CS
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    1. 5/15/2009 6:21 AM Benjamin Frothor wrote:
      I agree with you. Most other website present a very short summary with few photos and not much depth. Whereas the HolocaustResearchProject.org group, delves much deeper into the factual events and they also integrate witness accounts with scholarly research and archived documentation.

      Which makes for a very interesting learning experience.

      Ben
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  • 5/12/2009 1:05 PM Jonathan Schiffer wrote:
    I agree as well.

    Best Holocaust related website on the Internet!

    John Schiffer
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  • 5/11/2009 4:54 PM Misha wrote:
    I must concur with what has been said by so many others. Your website: www.holocaustresearchproject.og is the best Holocaust education site on the Internet.

    Misha
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  • 5/11/2009 12:10 PM David Kleinfeld wrote:
    Thank you all for your tremendous effort.

    In a world of hatred and strife your website is an oasis of education and knowledge that can only further the cause of peace.

    David Kleinfeld
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  • 5/7/2009 2:17 PM Elan Tagill wrote:
    The best collection of Holocaust photos in one centralized location.

    Very nice.

    Elan
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  • 5/6/2009 9:18 PM Gail Fromm wrote:
    The best historical website on the Internet!

    2 thumbs up!
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  • 5/6/2009 12:54 PM Jane Devallo wrote:
    Incredible images yet truly sad.

    One can only hope that through websites like www.holocaustresearchproject.org that people will always be reminded of mans brutality to his fellow man.

    Jane Devallo
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  • 5/4/2009 8:50 AM Gerald Morlais wrote:
    Intriguing article. I will have to rewatch the Lanzmann documentary SHOAH as I now have some deeper understanding thanks to your website.
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  • 5/2/2009 1:43 PM Elliot Hoffman wrote:
    My grand parents perished in the Holocaust and were both from Brody.
    You article on Brody and your website are very inspiring.

    Thank you for publishing it.

    Elliot Hoffman
    Los Angeles, California
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  • 4/29/2009 8:38 PM Joeseph Steinman wrote:
    Great story! In this wimpy age of Obama its good to know that there actually were some heroes!

    JS
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  • 4/29/2009 8:36 PM Lina Brancato wrote:
    I can't begin to imagine what it must have been like for a Jewish family during this sad time.

    Please continue your great work to remind us all about the horrors that man can perpetuate on his brethren.

    My warmest thanks for the holocaustresearchproject.org website.

    Lina Brancato
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  • 4/29/2009 3:40 PM ingerid wrote:
    Thank you for this article. I have been researching my families history. Mainly because my Danish Grandfather was taken by the Nazi's in 1940. I lived in Norway as a child and now live in the US. I am in the process of Converting to Judaism. My love and respect for the Jewish People started after I found out what my family went through. I am so grateful when I read an honest article about what happened.
    Sincerely,
    Gunn-Ingerid
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  • 4/18/2009 11:03 AM Charlotte McFlannery wrote:
    I thinkg its utterly brilliant that the Holocaustresearchproject website has partnered with the students of such an esteemed institution as the Univerisity of Northampton!

    A great website being used for a noble purpose!

    My congratulations to the Holocaust Education and Archive Research Team for all their wonderful efforts.

    Charlotte McFlannery
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    1. 4/18/2009 7:58 PM John Kaligannis wrote:
      I agree!
      All Higher Education institutions should partner with the Holocaustresearchproject to truly educate students about the atrocities of the Holocaust.
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  • 4/14/2009 1:33 PM Calvin Estradilla wrote:
    I MUST SAY THAT THE HOLOCAUSTRESEARCHPROJECT.ORG WEBSITE IS BECOMING BY FAR THE MOST RELEVANT ONLINE RESOURCE FOR EVERYTHING RELATED TO THE HISTORY OF THE HOLOCAUST!

    I AM VERY IMPRESSED WITH YOUR WORK!

    PLEASE CONTINUE IT!

    CALVIN ESTRADILLA -MADRID
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  • 4/9/2009 5:39 PM Paul Silberklein wrote:
    An incredible read! My thanks to Mr. Lisciotto for posting this report.

    Paul Silberklein
    New York, NY USA
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  • 4/6/2009 6:44 AM Erica Knauer wrote:
    Your image galleries have been very helpful in my classroom presentations.

    Your organization name: the Holocaust Education and Archive Research Team is proving to be "spot on".

    All my thanks to you.
    Erica Knauer
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  • 4/3/2009 12:50 PM TooKuah wrote:
    Great photo gallery!
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  • 3/30/2009 11:55 AM Lind Goldschein wrote:
    I really appreciate the depth of information each article on the Holocaustresearchproject.org website contains. Most other sites publish a paragraph or two and that’s it.
    Your website articles are robust and informative and truly honor the victims of the Holocaust.

    Linda Goldschein
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    1. 3/31/2009 4:01 AM Megan Wallace wrote:
      I agree with Linda 100 percent!
      I teach High School in the United States and this website has become one of my most important online resources.

      I can't thank the Holocaust Research Team enough for this great endeavor.

      Megan Wallace Columbus, Ohio
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  • 3/27/2009 6:27 AM Thomas Buchon wrote:
    Truly Amazing!

    No other historical website, blog or media source is even in the same league as the Holocaustresearchproject.org website. Your team has done a fantastic job of bringing the atrocities of the Holocaust to the hearts and minds of people everywhere.

    Thomas Buchon
    Great Britain
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  • 3/25/2009 5:52 PM Mike Bell wrote:
    I was intrigued by this peice on Bingel. Your website provides so much depth of coverage on the subject matter I find myself spending hours reading the pages.

    Mike Bell
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  • 3/18/2009 5:33 PM MIckey Green wrote:
    What a bastard this character Mulka was!

    I never would have heard of this guy if it wasn't for the holocaustreseachproject website.
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  • 3/18/2009 5:31 PM Lorisa Stenck wrote:
    Your website is really quite excellent.
    Your photographic pages are truly rare examples of what Holocaust research is meant to be.
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  • 3/2/2009 7:17 PM Dennis Picinich wrote:
    A very good article on Der Sturmer! One of the best I've read online!

    Dennis Picinich
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  • 2/26/2009 4:50 PM Kelli Mcvie wrote:
    I would love to see some of these stories on the Discovery channel or the History channel!

    It seems the only real place to learn about the Holocaust is your website!

    Kelli M
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  • 2/23/2009 4:36 PM John Powell wrote:
    I want to thank the Holocaust Education and Archive Research Team for their wonderful work in creating such an awesome digital memorial to the victims of the Holocaust.

    Thank you.

    John Powell
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  • 2/21/2009 10:53 AM Eliyahu Mittelston wrote:
    Thank you for producing these great works!
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  • 2/12/2009 1:39 PM Jerry Tish wrote:
    To my freinds at HEART - A very well done website you have!
    JT
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  • 2/10/2009 5:01 PM Jonas Drescher wrote:
    I saw this revolt portrayed in the film "The Grey Zone".

    A very heartbreaking tale. Both on celluloid and online.

    Thank you for publishing it.
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  • 2/3/2009 7:32 AM Misha Vashik wrote:
    HEART IS THE BEST SOURCE FOR HOLOCAUST PHOTOS IN THE WORLD WIDE WEB!
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  • 2/3/2009 7:31 AM Thomas Pillary wrote:
    I have never seen the full version of this anti-Semitic publication online anywhere else. I am finding your website to be ever helpful in all of my research initiatives.

    Especially those relating to early propaganda and media.

    Thomas Pillary

    Mt. Vernon, NY
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  • 2/2/2009 3:44 PM Raymond Matz wrote:
    Thanks again for posting more of these organisational charts of the Einsatzgruppen reporting structure and areas of operations.

    This is great stuff!

    Raymond Matz
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  • 1/28/2009 3:24 AM Kimberly Q wrote:

    Excellent website!


    KQ


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  • 1/25/2009 6:26 PM Ricky Frantelli wrote:
    Does anyone even pay a nutcase like larouche any attention? The guys is a sorry piece of trash!

    Ricky V
    Brooklyn, NY
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  • 1/19/2009 7:21 PM Raymond Matz wrote:
    Best Einsatzgruppen chart I've ever seen on the Internet. Will the team be doing the other major groups and kommandos?

    Ray
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  • 1/18/2009 2:34 PM Dan Selstek wrote:
    Your website is amazing!
    I could spend weeks going through all of this well researched material!

    Dan Selstek of Atlanta, Georgia
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  • 1/9/2009 2:03 PM Myra Gorin wrote:
    I WAS RIVETED!

    MG
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  • 1/4/2009 12:24 PM Novalis wrote:
    Does there exist any archival material from the company Hasag (Hugo-Schneider-Aktiengesellschaft), Leipzig, Germany, specifically its armaments division at Skarzysko-Kamienna and affiliated plants, Werke A, B, C, located in Distrikt Radom, of the then Reich Generalgouvernement Polen? The main archive of Hasag no longer exists. The central office building in Leipzig, together with the business archive, was damaged through Allied bombs and then destroyed by self-detonation in early 1945.

    Any help is most welcome.
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  • 1/3/2009 2:36 PM Izzy wrote:
    Great maps! Do you have map like this of Babi Yar?

    Izzy
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  • 12/31/2008 3:20 PM Jamie O'Donoghue wrote:
    Greetings to the Holocaust Education and Archive Research Team.

    I saw an interview recently with actor Daniel Craig where he mentioned your website and how he used it to research his role for the movie Defiance.

    Does the HEART team often provide consultation to film & television media?

    Jamie O'Donoghue
    Dublin
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    1. 12/31/2008 3:33 PM HEART wrote:
      Jamie,

      Thank you for your note.

      H.E.A.R.T is often asked to provide historical consultation to the film/television industry as well as online & print media.

      Since all consultation is strictly voluntary - (H.E.A.R.T accepts no compensation for any Holocaust related consultation) - it is often difficult to assist with the many requests we receive on a regular basis.

      Team members are often on location throughout Europe, and or working in various archives in the US, UK, Germany and Poland.

      UK Director Mr. Chris Webb manages one of the rarest and most comprehensive photo archives to be found anywhere in the world. He spends much of his time identifying, and labeling the many thousands of pictures from the ghettos, and locations of Holocaust atrocities.

      US Director Mr. Carmelo Lisciotto spends most of his available time in eastern Poland and the areas of the former Soviet Union conducting extensive research on the activity of the Einsatzgruppen for his book due to be released in 2009.

      Other members of the team conduct Holocaust tours, or perform services for Jewish groups as well as with various archives in the review and translation of documents, decodes and other artifacts.

      We appreciate your feedback and encourage your continued education in the most infamous period of world history.

      -H.E.A.R.T
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  • 12/31/2008 2:15 PM Bill Davies wrote:
    An amazing collection of images!

    Thank you for making this gallery available for all to view.

    Dr. William Davies
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  • 12/28/2008 10:50 AM Mikhail Aronson wrote:
    Your website is an absolute masterpiece!

    By far the greatest Holocaust memorial as well as historical record is www.holocaustresearchproject.org
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  • 12/20/2008 8:20 AM Marjorie Stockton wrote:
    I attended two of the seminars that Carmelo Lisciotto spoke out and found his lecture on Nazi Propaganda especially interesting.

    I am sure his book will be just as interesting
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  • 12/20/2008 8:17 AM Eugene Blavovitz wrote:
    Thank you for this article on Maly Trostnets. I lost family there and it I am happy to see this memorial website at www.holocaustresearchproject.org
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  • 12/15/2008 10:58 PM Josephine Mavari wrote:
    I really love your website and I hope your team will continue your great work and memorial to the victims of the Holocaust.

    Josephine Mavari
    Tuscon Arizona
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  • 12/14/2008 2:22 PM Phyllis Kalman wrote:
    Thank you for posting these heart wrenching stories of the Holocaust.

    We must never forget!

    Phyllis Kalman
    USA
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  • 12/14/2008 11:03 AM Maribel Santos wrote:
    This article was very helpful for a report on World War 2 and the Holocaust.

    www.holocaustresearchproject.org is the best website I've found in some time.

    My brother sent me the URL, he spends more time reading your website than he does reading any printed books on the subject.

    Maribel Santos
    from Trenton, NJ
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  • 12/9/2008 12:45 AM Alena wrote:
    I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first

    comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this

    blog very often.

    Alena


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  • 12/6/2008 10:13 AM Joanne Sima wrote:
    Raoul Wallenberg was a great hero of the 20th century.
    I thank you www.holocaustresearchproject.org for honoring him on your website.
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  • 11/29/2008 5:12 PM LaRouche Sucks! wrote:
    LaRouche is scum!

    He promotes hatred and bigotry!
    Reply to this
  • 11/28/2008 7:11 AM Michal wrote:
    This is very good article on Slovak Jews.
    Michal
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  • 11/25/2008 9:35 AM personal shredder wrote:
    This blog Is very informative , I am really pleased to post my comment on this blog . It helped me with ocean of knowledge so I really belive you will do much better in the future . Good job web master .
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  • 11/24/2008 3:05 PM JP wrote:
    OUTSTANDING RESEARCH!

    A Masterpiece!
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  • 11/22/2008 3:00 PM Erland Svenson wrote:
    I thank you for this article on the plight of the Norwegian Jews. Your website is very comprehensive and you don't often find this level of detail in electronic media.

    My thanks,

    E. Svenson
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  • 11/7/2008 3:30 PM Trisha Moreley wrote:
    A very courageous man Mr. Karski was.
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  • 11/4/2008 11:21 AM Terry Rather wrote:
    Very interesting story! Rarely do we get to read about the more subtle aspects of how the Nazi's exploited Jews during the Holocaust.
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  • 11/3/2008 6:54 AM Gabor Hirsch wrote:
    It is more an enquiry as a comment.
    Does any records of former inmates exist to Gross Rosen? can you say when a camp number would probably issued.
    The number in Question is 39969

    Best regards
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  • 10/30/2008 4:06 PM Samuel Martin wrote:
    This article depicts a lot of stuff very well. How jews were treated while this time period with concentration camps was going on. It shows how they were over powered and didn't get much to eat at all. Very good article.
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  • 10/27/2008 2:38 PM Ilya Vonich wrote:
    Barbarians!!!

    The Nazi SS were barbarians!
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  • 10/23/2008 7:02 PM William Benaret wrote:
    Your piece on the SS is very well done. I appreciate the depth of information as well as the addition of photos and timelines.

    Thank you for producing such a great website.

    William Benaret
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  • 10/14/2008 8:18 PM Aaron Scheliekin wrote:
    A unique deposition. Where does your group uncover these documents? German archives?

    Aaron Scheliekin
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  • 10/12/2008 9:00 AM STRIDER wrote:
    I'm glad this murderer got what he deserved!

    STRIDER
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  • 10/6/2008 10:59 AM Jimmy Calliardi wrote:
    I read a report at the USHMM authored by Carmelo Lisciotto and was very impressed.

    Is he lecturing?

    JC
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  • 10/6/2008 10:57 AM Ian Woods wrote:
    Thank you for raising the case of Jeremiah Duggan.

    To have the support of the Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team means a lot to those dedicated to the cause of fighting anti-Semtism and hatred throughout the world.

    Ian Woods

    Manchester, UK
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  • 9/25/2008 6:01 AM Dr Bloom wrote:
    Your team does a very nice job with the photo galleries.

    They are a great learning tool.

    Dr. Bruce Bloom Conn.
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  • 9/15/2008 11:31 PM Sascha Schwartz wrote:
    I own a copy of "Shutter Falls" by Mr. Chris Webb and it’s an utterly fantastic photo journey into the many faces of the Holocaust in Poland and Russia!

    I highly recommend it.

    Sascha Schwartz
    Toronto, Canada
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  • 9/15/2008 3:21 AM Thomas Fletcher wrote:
    I received my pre-release copy of "Postcards from the Past" by Chris Webb and Arthur Hojin.

    I wrote to Mr. Webb regarding the 1st edition print but I understand that he and other members of the team are currently on a site in the Ukraine.

    I look forward to the Lisciotto book though.

    Tom
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  • 9/14/2008 11:23 AM Jill St. Claire wrote:
    Dear H.E.A.R.T I was told that a book was forthcoming authored by some or all of the members of the team. Do you know when this book will be available and where?
    Thanks very much and please keep up the great work.
    JSC
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    1. 9/14/2008 11:37 AM H-E-A-R-T wrote:
      Dear Jill St Claire

      We thank you for your kind remarks.

      The H-E-A-R-T U.S Director Carmelo Lisciotto has a book expected to be released in spring of 2009. More information on this release will be posted in the Publications section of the HolocaustResearchProject.org website.

      In addition several contributors to the H-E-A-R-T website have publications on Aktion Reinhard being released in December.

      Stay tuned a lot of material on the way!

      Thank you for your interest.

      -The Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team.
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  • 9/11/2008 2:47 AM Prasad Kumar wrote:
    Very good blog!

    PK
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  • 9/3/2008 1:25 PM Elaine Trudari wrote:
    AMAZING! I've searched the Internet for months trying to find a full English version of this text for a lecture I am delivering in November.

    The Holocaustresearchproject.org team really came through. I can't thank you enough.

    Elaine Trudari
    Penobscott, Maine USA
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  • 9/3/2008 10:11 AM Zman wrote:
    Hey guys, you have a very well produced website here
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  • 8/30/2008 8:29 PM Deanna Lee wrote:
    I CAN'T TELL YOU ENOUGH HOW MUCH I LOVE THE HOLOCAUSTRESEARCHPROJECT.ORG WEBSITE!

    I'VE USED IT FOR PERSONAL RESEARCH AND SIMPLY GENERAL INFORMATION.

    IT IS TRULY A GREAT ONLINE RESOURCE!
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  • 8/29/2008 8:29 PM Frank Vickers wrote:
    Hello,
    I saw your wonderful website quoted on a BBC broadcast about the American Media man Jerry Springer and his family that was killed in the Holocaust.

    A very interesting programme indeed.

    Frank Vickers
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  • 8/27/2008 9:09 AM Tina McElroy wrote:
    Amazing! I knew there were Jewish police and corrupt officials but heard nothing of this 13!

    Your website is very balanced and resourceful
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  • 8/27/2008 9:06 AM Marco Destrius wrote:
    Very powerful essay on the Croatian Holocaust. I must say the that the images of Jasenovac are horrific but I believe it is important that websites such as the Holocaustresearchproject.org publish them in such a professional and educational manner.

    Well done.
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  • 8/25/2008 11:11 AM Lisa Ludmul wrote:
    I agree with Andrew!

    The very best Holocaust website on the Internet is: www.Holocaustresearchproject.org

    I send all of my students there and highly recommend it to any history buff.

    Lisa Ludmul - Youngstown, Ohio
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  • 8/24/2008 2:38 PM Andrew Darlykin wrote:
    The HOLOCAUSTRESEARCHPROJECT is by far the defacto website on the internet in relation to anything to do with the Holocaust.
    No other website even comes close!

    A.D
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  • 8/22/2008 10:31 AM Jose Amaris wrote:
    I had a similar question that you have answered. I enjoy MR LISCIOTTO's writing very much and look forward to his new book.
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  • 8/21/2008 12:48 PM Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team wrote:
    Dearest Norbert.

    Thank you for your kind remarks. There is currently one photo publication available entitled "The Shutter Falls" by H.E.A.R.T UK Director Mr. Chris Webb.

    You can expect a full length research publication from Mr. Carmelo Lisciotto in the spring of 2009.

    Stay tuned.

    -The Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team.
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  • 8/21/2008 12:41 PM Norbert Ersteiner wrote:
    An utterly intriguing story of these mass murderers and the Holocaust!

    My humble thanks on your great work! I would love to see a book from the Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team. Is one available?

    Norbert Ersteiner
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  • 8/19/2008 9:04 AM Marteen Salomar wrote:
    I thank you for such a great compilation of Holocaust research and materials.

    Your website rivals even the USHMM.

    Marteen
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  • 8/19/2008 9:02 AM Tomaz Igneiasky wrote:
    Everytime you post something new on your fantastic website I see the others try to copy you!

    www.holocaustresearchproject.org is not only the best holocaust website its the most orginal!
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  • 8/14/2008 10:07 AM Joachim Bunt wrote:
    I must repeat the sentiments of many of the people here when I say that the Holocaustresearchproject.org offers the very best and most comprehensive online resource that I have sound so far.

    JB
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  • 8/2/2008 3:02 PM Kurt Peters wrote:
    You have best website about Holocaust!

    In Germany we have not very good resource for this material.

    Kurt Peters
    Bamberg, Germany
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  • 7/29/2008 9:46 AM Gerald Rosenbloom wrote:
    An interested story about Chelmno!
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  • 7/23/2008 8:18 PM Richard Barris wrote:
    Thank you for posting another interesting article on your website.

    I enjoy reading this blog because it summarizes all the articles at www.holocaustresearchproject.org and I can pick and choose which sections to vist.

    My sincere thanks on your great work.

    Richard Barris Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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  • 7/17/2008 8:58 AM Tanya Taylor wrote:
    FASCINATING!

    I LOVE YOUR WEBSITE!

    Tanya
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  • 7/14/2008 8:33 AM Shane Denison wrote:
    Arguably the best summary of Nazi propaganda available on the Internet!

    My hat off to the holocaust education and archive research team!
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  • 7/14/2008 8:29 AM Tina D. wrote:
    Interesting to learn that Sigmund Freud lost family in the deathcamps.
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  • 6/30/2008 12:45 PM cel mai misto tip din Romania wrote:
    Very interesting.
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  • 6/30/2008 11:09 AM Stephan C. wrote:
    I LIKE THE WAY YOU WROTE THIS STORY OF HOLOCAUST IN ROMANIA
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  • 6/30/2008 11:08 AM Jan Henning wrote:
    Your story on Preben Munch is very impressive. The facts are all very much correct.
    Do you have Danish members of your staff?

    Jan Henning
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  • 6/25/2008 3:22 PM Shawn Meckel wrote:
    My thanks to the Holocaustresearchproject.org group for their great work. You have a very good website about the Holocaust.
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  • 6/22/2008 4:01 PM Omar Varshnik wrote:
    Your website on the Holocaust is better presented that even the US Holocaust Museum web pages and far superior to almost all the others. I thank you for creating and maintaining this great work.

    Omar Varshnik

    Cinncinati, Ohio USA
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  • 6/7/2008 6:02 PM Lea Setmer wrote:
    She was a very strong woman.
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  • 6/4/2008 12:29 PM Jeffrey Rascher wrote:
    A very interesting article on how Jewish Policemen acted in the ghettos. You rarely see this perspective presented online.

    Jeffrey R.
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  • 6/1/2008 7:25 AM Ajna Shah wrote:
    I really enjoy your website it is a nice resource for education.
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  • 5/30/2008 1:50 PM MAX wrote:
    What a bitch Grese was!
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  • 5/27/2008 5:25 PM Ezra K. wrote:
    The brutality is incomprehensible!
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  • 5/26/2008 10:07 PM Katya Andrapol wrote:
    Thank you for posting this story about Irena
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  • 5/25/2008 7:48 PM Katan Patel wrote:
    Riveting article!

    Simply well done!
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  • 5/21/2008 4:17 PM Romyk Kepec wrote:
    I lived 20 kilometer from this place.

    Nothing very nice about it.
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  • 5/20/2008 7:52 PM Eugene Steinbaum wrote:
    All I can say is that I'm blown away by these images.

    Powerful is an understatement.

    Eugene
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  • 5/16/2008 1:47 PM Jessica Fornhauser wrote:
    Such brutality committed by these Ustasha men is incomprehensible!

    I'm confused about why the U.S and Nato backed Croations in the recent ethnic cleansing in Bosnia-Hercegovina?
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  • 5/15/2008 10:56 AM Josef Martinkoff wrote:
    I thought that I knew a lot about the Holocaust but every time I visit the Holocaustresearchproject.org website I learn something new.
    This story on Pieter Menten is very interesting.

    Josef Martinkoff
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  • 5/10/2008 10:07 AM Ronald Rukenstein wrote:
    NEVER FORGET THE HOLOCAUST!

    I thank you for your great website!

    RR
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  • 5/3/2008 9:00 AM Jose Alicaro wrote:
    FABULOUS GALLERY!

    I've never seen many of these photos! Where does the holocaustresearchproject.org team find these photos? GREAT STUFF!

    J.A
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  • 5/2/2008 2:08 PM John Masters wrote:
    A very moving story. Is Mr. Bright still alive?

    I'm curious to how he feels about Gemans?
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  • 4/22/2008 8:03 PM Paul Annunzio wrote:
    What a great story. I was impressed with the accomplishments of these Jewish partisans.

    PA
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  • 4/22/2008 8:02 PM Eric fFinkel wrote:
    I read the book Tough Jews and I thought those guys were bad asses!
    The Bielksis really kicked butt!
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  • 4/10/2008 12:24 PM Sarah Rothenheim wrote:
    Many warm thanks for publishing your wonderful website.

    The Holocaustresearcproject.org is the an inspiring and enligntening resource that taught me more about the Holocaust then I've ever learned anywhere else.

    Sarah Rothemheim
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  • 3/26/2008 11:25 AM Martin Goldberg wrote:
    WOW! What a powerful story!

    I never knew that Jewish resistance was so tough!

    My thanks www.holocaustresearchproject.org for presenting such an inspiring peiece of work.

    Martin Goldberg Columbus, Ohio
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  • 3/24/2008 9:11 AM Sara Schiffer wrote:
    Your website really moved me.
    I learned so much in just an hour of reading through the plethora of pages and articles.
    Please keep up the fantastic work!

    I regard the Holocaustresearchproject.org website as the best source of information available about the Holocaust.

    Sara Schiffer
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  • 3/20/2008 9:54 AM James Stark wrote:
    great article about the eichmann trial!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  • 3/12/2008 10:55 AM Joshua Chartaye wrote:
    My thanks to the HOLOCAUSTRESEARCHPROJECT.ORG your website always has interesting articles and history that simply can't be found on the Internet! I've read a lot on wikipedia but have found that much of what they present as credible is in fact erroneous and of dubious nature.

    My thanks again for making your resource available to us all.

    Joshua Chartaye
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  • 3/6/2008 6:49 PM Ezra Mandel wrote:
    Yours is the only website I've located the tells of Mr. Kartin.

    I must also comment the Holocaust education and archive researchers for such work.

    EZRA MANDEL Tel Aviv
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  • 2/7/2008 10:55 AM Gerard Malachim wrote:
    I agree with you Ms Alicia! The website www.Holocaustresearchproject.org has the best collection of holocaust photos, the most detailed articles and is presented in a very comprehensive and user-friendly way!

    Gerard
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  • 2/1/2008 2:34 PM Robert Mcnamee wrote:
    Your transcription of the Vrba - Wetzler report is top notch.

    My thanks to the Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team for maintaing such a great Holocaust Website.
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  • 2/1/2008 2:32 PM Luis Gonzales wrote:
    THANKYOU FOR POSTING THE VRBA REPORT!

    THE HOLOCAUSTRESEARCHPROJECT.ORG WEBSITE IS THE ONLY SITE THAT HAS THE FULL TEXT!

    YOU GUYS ARE THE BEST!

    LUIS GONZALES
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  • 1/28/2008 10:19 AM Frank McConnely wrote:
    Hi!

    Saw your website www.holocaustresearchproject.org on a BBC programme a few evenings past. What a tremendous resource for those interested in learning about the Holocaust.
    -Frank McConnely
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  • 11/26/2007 8:44 PM Johannes wrote:
    My compliments to Mr. Schlüter on a very good piece.

    Johannes
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  • 11/20/2007 2:37 PM Mauro Goldschein wrote:
    I am currently working on my thesis regarding Euthanasia and the Nazi T4 program. This article posted on the www.holocaustresearchproject.org website was an exellent resource!

    Mauro
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  • 11/13/2007 1:37 PM Norbert Bortin wrote:
    Great photo gallery!
    Best Dachau image collection I've seen on the net so far!
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  • 11/12/2007 10:00 AM Jan Kopec wrote:
    This piece on Przemysl at www.holocaustresearchproject.org should be considered the "definitive" authority on the Ghetto there and its history. I was born in Przemysl and even in Poland it is difficult to find such a well prepared page.
    Thank you.
    Jan
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    1. 11/13/2011 8:16 AM Alan Newark wrote:
      From: Alan Newark, Leeds, England-UK, LS13 3RW
      Date: 14 November 2011
      FAO: Secretary and Research Staff, WWW.HOLOCAUSTRESEARCHPROJECT.ORG
      Tag: Przemysl German Police General(s) / German units early 1944

      Dear Friends


      Best wishes from a Scottish freelance journalist and researcher here in sunny Leeds in North-East England.


      Please can you help me / an established UK author?


      Below is a research request appeal which I recently submitted to the Gazeta Polska newspaper and with which I hope I can be helped by their staff and readers.


      'Przemysl SS-Police General(s) 1944


      On behalf of an established and mainstream UK author and expert on the SS 14th Galicia Division, who is interested in that division's short-lived Kampfgruppe Beyersdorf, which fought General Kovpak's Soviet 1st Ukrainian Partisan Division in Eastern Galicia and the Carpathian Mountains in early-1944, I am trying to establish:

      WHO was the, presumably German. 'Police General' based in Przemysl in the early months of 1944 who reportedly oversaw German military operations against the Kovpak partisans in that region and who were ANY of the known senior German Police commanders?

      WHICH German military and Police units were based in the town in the first half of 1944 and is anything known of their anti-partisan operations?'.

      I would like to conduct some research and to compile a www.feldgrau.com forum item and, perhaps, an article or two for other mainstream outlets, using information from your website's Pzremysl page and other pages and hope that you can grant me permission to utilise such information.

      I also hope that your colleagues can help me and the above author, Mike Melnyk, to identify the anonymous 'German Police general in Peremyshyl (sic)' for whose identity he has, for over twenty years, been searching. I have Mike's authority to conduct these queries on his behalf.

      I hope that your team can help and look forward to your / their reply.

      Best..Alan Newark
      http://www.dpcamps.org (1st Vice-President)
      *****************************
      Alan Newark
      34 Rossefield Parade
      Leeds
      West Yorkshire
      LS13 3RW
      England - UK

      Tel: +44 (0)113 2177333
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  • 11/7/2007 12:24 PM Brian McCallister wrote:
    WOW!
    This is a great article! Where do the people behind the Holocaustresearchproject find all this great material on the Holocaust?

    By far the best site on the Internet!
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  • 10/31/2007 8:00 AM Lori Maatz wrote:
    My thanks to the Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team for publishing such a comprehensive list of Holocaust ghettos.
    Overall I've found the website to be one of the best resources available online.
    --Lori Maatz
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  • 10/25/2007 11:32 AM Mitch Ariston wrote:
    Fantastic article! No other Holocaust website I've ever found presents such a well written piece on the Judenrat as what is availabe at www.holocaustresearchproject.org

    -MA
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  • 10/24/2007 11:54 AM Dino Krevlach wrote:
    Very Powerful writing!
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  • 10/24/2007 11:50 AM Julley Salei wrote:
    A very moving article indeed. Mr. Grossman made an enternal contribution to memorializing the victims of the Lodz ghetto with his photography.

    -Julley Salei
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  • 10/19/2007 6:18 PM Achmed Danda wrote:
    Very nice website! I am putting links to www.holocaustresearchproject.org on my on blog.
    Achmend Danda
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  • 10/19/2007 8:50 AM Alexi Marvrilitov wrote:
    A tremendous achievement by your website!
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  • 10/19/2007 8:49 AM Laura McMillan wrote:
    What a heartbreaking story! Mr. Grossman was a hero! I am surprised I haven't found much more about him on the Internet!
    The HolocaustResearchProject seems to be the only place for detailed background on many of these specialized stories.
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  • 10/17/2007 9:08 AM Melanie Remford wrote:
    What a heart wrenching story I was saddened when I read it but happy to see the story being told on the HOLOCAUSTRESEARCHPROJECT!

    Melanie Remford UK
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  • 10/13/2007 8:37 AM Tsi Stennek wrote:
    Thank you for producing such a fabulous website about the Holocaust.

    www.holocaustresearchproejct.org is the defacto online resource relating to this period of history.

    Tsi Stennek
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  • 10/12/2007 5:49 AM Ernst Hansett wrote:
    Some great photos of Bergen-Belsen! I have never seen many of these before!
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  • 10/11/2007 12:06 PM Vance Telly wrote:
    Pretty good summary of Wannsee!
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  • 10/10/2007 9:36 AM Gwendolyn Martinez wrote:
    I want to thank you for your beautiful website on the Holocaust!

    I've read many of the articles covering the tragic fate of Jews and the murderous SS.

    The balanced approach use by the HolocaustResearchProject to cover such a vast subject is expertly done.

    I want to thank you on behalf of all men and women of the world!

    Gwendolyn Martinez (Madrid)
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  • 10/9/2007 11:20 AM Jillian Loew wrote:
    Thank you for taking the time to produce such a thoughtful and provocative website.

    I am very impressed with articles and editorials.

    Jillian
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  • 10/9/2007 11:18 AM Evan Renndt wrote:
    The depravity of the Nazi regime was sickening!
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  • 10/9/2007 5:09 AM Shara Tallis wrote:
    Thank you for producing such a lovely website.
    The Holocaustresearchproject is by far the best online resource for learning about the Holocaust that I've ever come across on the Internet.
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  • 10/8/2007 5:26 PM Shelly Johannsen wrote:
    Great website!
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  • 10/2/2007 2:29 PM Eric Stossel wrote:
    An incredible website for certain!
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  • 10/1/2007 9:10 AM David Hoffman wrote:
    I was bowled over by the depth of information regarding the infamouse Majdanek concentration camp that I found available on the the holocaustresearchproject website!
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  • 9/27/2007 6:21 AM Tara Bartolo wrote:
    WHAT AN AMAZING STORY!

    YOUR WEBSITE IS FILLED WITH SUCH GREAT ARTICLES AS THIS ONE! I AM VERY MUCH IN AWE OF YOUR WORK!
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  • 9/24/2007 10:53 AM Pavlic wrote:
    Thankyou so much for posting this great article on Brody.

    You have an excellent website about the Holocaust
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  • 9/23/2007 11:42 AM Trever Blanchett wrote:
    Great website!
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  • 9/19/2007 1:27 PM James Dreschler wrote:
    A poignant report of the deathcamps transports.
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  • 9/17/2007 3:33 PM Raymond Tysler wrote:
    I comment your team on a fabulous website!!!!

    www.holocaustresearchproject.org is hands down one of the best sites online covering the HOLOCAUST
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    1. 9/19/2007 1:28 PM Nadya Stemster wrote:
      I agree! Utterly fantastic!
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  • 9/11/2007 10:28 AM Vikram Kumar wrote:
    I must admit that the HolocaustResearchProject is by far the best website available online for information concerning the Jewish Holocaust.
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  • 9/10/2007 1:00 PM Adrian Smeller wrote:
    A lovely educational website and a fantastic online resource!

    Adrian Smeller
    Hereford, UK
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  • 9/6/2007 12:01 PM Jennier Tratari wrote:
    Thank you for this detailed piece on the Treblinka deathcamp! Your website is a great education resource!
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  • 9/6/2007 12:00 PM Robert Strasller wrote:
    What a great website!
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  • 9/5/2007 10:49 AM James Jelster wrote:
    That murdering bastard Heydrich!

    Thanks to Holocaustresearchproject for posting about this mass murderer for all to learn!
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  • 9/4/2007 8:22 AM Lisa Kalirteroff wrote:
    A wonderful presentation on Anne Frank

    My thanks to the Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team for such a well done piece.
    Lisa K.
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  • 8/31/2007 8:43 AM Tremaine Johhnson wrote:
    Glad I found the Holocaust Research Project website! This will help big time in my Thesis paper!

    Tremaine
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  • 8/30/2007 3:41 PM Mellissa Ratchitt wrote:
    A very sad story but well reported.

    How does one become part of the Holocaust Education and Archive Research Team???
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  • 8/29/2007 10:10 PM Simka Moyerson wrote:
    A unique glimpse into the horror of Babi Yar thank you to the Holocaust Researh Project and their fabulous website.
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  • 8/29/2007 3:15 PM John Dalton wrote:
    Amazing story about Rumkowski!
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  • 8/28/2007 3:30 PM William Artiete wrote:
    The first Stroop Gallery was great as well!

    The trip to the Ukraine sounds like a serious adventure!
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    1. 9/4/2007 8:21 AM Arti Schlosser wrote:
      I wrote to the HEART team and they were very helpful.
      Not like a lot of the other sites where no one responds. These guys are for real and they truly know their stuff!
      High praise for the holocaustresearchproejct !
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  • 8/28/2007 12:09 PM Tomasow Lubeleski wrote:
    VERY GOOD WEBSITE!
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  • 8/27/2007 11:17 AM JP Slayton wrote:
    A very powerful image gallery!

    I agree with the other commentors that the Holocaustresearchproject is the best resource on the Internet for information on the Holocaust.
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  • 8/27/2007 9:54 AM Mitchell Simmons wrote:
    Am amazing article!

    My compliments to the Holocaustresearchproject!
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  • 8/25/2007 7:36 AM Vikram Antsil wrote:
    What a bastard that Hoess was!
    Great website! HolocaustResearchProject is a stellar achievement!

    Vikram
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  • 8/24/2007 1:12 PM Theresa Walton wrote:
    What a heart gripping story! Many thanks to the Holocaust Research Project for sharing this with us.

    Theresa
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  • 8/24/2007 9:17 AM Heinz Innsman wrote:
    Holocaust research project thank you!

    Very good photos!
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  • 8/17/2007 1:49 PM Tim T. wrote:
    This site is the best!
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  • 8/14/2007 7:01 AM Paolo Darizzio wrote:
    Grazie

    Your website www.holocaustresearchproject.com is the best on the internet

    mille grazie
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  • 8/8/2007 10:08 AM Martin Situatine wrote:
    A fascinating page on Mr Glazar
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  • 8/7/2007 2:47 PM James Cargogo wrote:
    Thank you for posting this. Hilberg was a great man.
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  • 8/6/2007 9:18 AM Jonathon Sallis wrote:
    The Holocaustresearchproject is the best site on the net for work on the Holcoaust!
    Thanks for providing us with such a great resource!

    Jonathon
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  • 8/6/2007 9:12 AM Tony Fronksi wrote:
    Great website!!
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