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

Adolf Hitler greets his ally, Miklos Horthy.

Adolf Hitler greets his ally, Miklos Horthy.

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 Revealed (published by SOOP).

In other words, the UN has just confirmed what Veljic’s seven years of carefully constructed research first presented in gruesome detail. It also comes amidst a surge of troubling signs of anti-Semitism and Holocaust denialism taking place in Hungary.

Read all about these developments and their implications in SOOP’s full press release and in Veljic’s latest blog post.

 

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