How the “genial Bavarian” version of Adolf Hitler became a global media celebrity, “a plain-living gentleman with a soft spot for dogs and children.”
On a book of photographs shot by Leni Riefenstahl in the 1950s and 1960s depicting an African tribe.
How the Third Reich was founded on a conspiracy theory.
Rethinking Hannah Arendt’s Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil.
The conspiracy theories surrounding the 1931 death of Hitler’s niece and object of affection.
All violence is not like all other violence. Every Jewish death is not like every other Jewish death. To believe otherwise is to revive the old typological thinking about Jewish history, according to which every enemy of the Jews is the same enemy, and there is only one war, and it is a war against extinction, and it is a timeless war.
Arnold Weiss escaped Germany as a kid in 1938, leaving his family behind. He returned seven years later, now a U.S. intelligence officer tasked with tracking down fugitive Nazis. The ultimate revenge story.