Wednesdays are for Writers: interview draws worldwide attention

As we celebrate freedom on July 1st (Canada Day) and July 4th (American Independence Day), we acknowledge the work of author Aleksandar Veljic, who was recently interviewed by Kathy Reinhart. Last week’s interview with author Aleksandar Veljic has drawn unprecedented worldwide attention.  The most-viewed interview Kathy Reinhart ever published … [Read more...]

United Nations Unlocks Nazi War Crime Archive, Re-Igniting Revelations First Published in “Genocide Revealed”

After being kept from the public eye for more than seven decades, a newly released UN archive shines a bright, international light on long-hidden Holocaust atrocities. Some of those atrocities—namely those perpetrated by Hungarian autocrat Miklos Horthy—were first revealed in detail in Aleksandar Veljic’s 2012 explosive historical account, Genocide … [Read more...]

Echoes of “Genocide Revealed” Heard in Hungary’s UN Apology

Last Thursday, Csaba Körösi, the Hungarian ambassador to the UN, made headlines by making apologies on behalf of his country. His remarks addressed his country's involvement in the Holocaust, as well as the accusations that Hungary's government has recently sought to de-emphasize that involvement. From the Jerusalem Times: Ambassador Casba (sic) … [Read more...]

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