Pogrom-Mongering: Kielce (1946), Jedwabne (1941), and the “Massive Pogrom” (1918) Fake News (60 Books Reviewed by Jan Peczkis)


Pogrom-Mongering: Kielce (1946), Jedwabne (1941), and the “Massive Pogrom” (1918) Fake News

(60 Books Reviewed by Jan Peczkis)

MAIN TOPICS:

  • Pogrom: An Emotional and Judeocentric Term.
  • Jew-on-Jew Violence: Why Aren’t THEY Called Pogroms?
  • Zionist Narratives, and Not Pogroms or Anti-Semitism, Drove Most Holocaust-Surviving Jews From Poland.
  • Kielce (1946): What Actually Happened?
  • Jedwabne (1941): A German Crime.
  • Jedwabne (1941): Suppressed and Distorted Evidence.
  • Old Pogrom Smears Against General Jozef Haller.
  • “Massive Pogroms” in the New Poland (1918): Horror Propaganda.
  • The (Ukrainian) Khmelnitsky Pogrom (1648) Greatly Exaggerated.
  • Even Crusader Pogroms Partly Discredited.

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Jan Peczkis

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The title imageLviv pogrom of 1941. Source: pinterest.com

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, 2019.08.24.