How the Jewish mob fought American admirers of the Third Reich
A deep dive into the movement, its troubling ideology, and its likely future
The answer is no, but the paper should do a better job challenging its readers to read
Nazis are bad. So’s hysteria.
It’s called “sheetcaking,” and it begins in a Jewish bakery
“I grew up in America in late forties, and if we said the word Jew, we whispered it. This will not save us in the 21st century.”
The museums in Germany and Switzerland intend to display portions of the collection—1,500 works worth an estimated $1 billion—to find clues about their unknown provenance
The wild life of McCandlish Phillips and his most famous subject
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