Rassinier Paul - Debunking the Genocide Myth


Author : Rassinier Paul
Title : Debunking the Genocide Myth A Study of the Nazi Concentration Camps and the Alleged Extermination of European Jewry
Year : 1978

Link download : Rassinier_Paul_-_Debunking_the_Genocide_Myth.zip

About The Author. Paul Rassinier was born on March 18, 1906, in Beaumont, a small village near Montbéliard, the son of a farmer. He received his formal education in the schools of the area and passed the necessary examinations which allowed him to teach history and geography at the secondary school level and to use the title of "professor." He taught in the secondary school at Faubourg de Montbéliard where students were prepared to take the "brevet," an examination that is somewhat inferior to that examination which is taken by students in the lycées who desire to matriculate at the university. It was at this school that he was arrested by the Gestapo in October 1943. Having joined the Socialist Party, SFIO, in 1934, Paul Rassinier became the head of that party in the Belfort area when the war broke out in 1939. Following the German occupation of France, he participated in the founding of the "Libre Nord" organization which became involved in various forms of "passive resistance," including the smuggling of Jewish refugees over the Franco-Swiss border into Switzerland in cooperation with the Swiss Jewish Committee. Rassinier's activities eventually came to the attention of the German authorities who caused him to be arrested and to be deported to the concentration camp at Buchenwald. Later he was sent to the camp at Dora where he was incarcerated until the end of the war. Upon his liberation in 1945, he returned to France where he was elected to the Assemblée Nationale as a Socialist deputy. He served for one year and then retired He was awarded the highest decoration which the French government bestowed for service in the wartime resistance movement. Due to his frail health, a consequence of his two years of imprisonment at Buchenwald and Dora, he retired from teaching and received a small pension from the French government. He died on July 29. 1967, at his home in Asnieres, near Paris. He is survived by his wife, Jeanette, and his only son, Jean-Paul, who is a practising physician. ...

1524 reads

Books

You might also like

Kelley Harrell S. - Runic book of days

Author : Kelley Harrell S. Title : Runic book of days A guide to living the annual cycle of rune...

Continue reading

Jones Prudence - Pennick Nigel - A history of pagan Europe

Authors : Jones Prudence - Pennick Nigel Title : A history of pagan Europe Year : 1995 Link...

Continue reading

Patterson James - Filthy rich

Authors : Patterson James - Connolly John - Malloy Tim Title : Filthy rich A powerful Billionaire,...

Continue reading



Donate


Balder Ex-Libris
Review of books rare and missing


Balder Ex-Libris