BRIEFE AN GOLDHAGEN
Briefe an Goldhagen (Letters to Goldhagen) DE
A selection of the range of letters written to Goldhagen in the wake of the publication of Hitler’s Willing Executioners, with a general response by the author. A fascinating look into the thoughts and emotions that the book’s publication stirred in Germany and around the world.
The Devil That Never Dies — Events
September 10 – Barnes & Noble, UWS - New York, NY
September 17 – Congregation Kehillath Israel with Brookline Booksmith – Brookline, MA
September 18 – Harvard COOP – Cambridge, MA
September 29 – Museum of Jewish Heritage with the 92nd St. Y – New York, NY
October 16 – Manhattan JCC – New York, NY
October 23 – Forum on Law and Culture – New York, NY
November 7 – San Diego Jewish Book Fair – San Diego, CA
November 12 – St. Louis Jewish Book Festival – St. Louis, MO
November 14 – Katz Jewish Community Center – Cherry Hill, NJ
NEWS – About Hitler’s Willing Executioners:
Front page article in the New York Times on October 15 announces that the revolution in understanding that Hitler’s Willing Executioners produced about the Holocaust has unequivocally become, just fifteen years after the book’s publication, the consensus view in Germany. The establishment German Historical Museum in Berlin has opened a major exhibition that confirms and builds upon the conclusions of Hitler’s Willing Executioners: “This exhibition is about Hitler and the Germans — meaning the social and political and individual processes by which much of the German people became enablers, colluders, co-criminals in the Holocaust,” said the authoritative Constanze Stelzenmüller, until recently the director of the German Marshall Fund Berlin Office. “That this was so is now a mainstream view, rejected only by a small minority of very elderly and deluded people, or the German extreme right-wing fringe. But it took us a while to get there” (emphasis added).
NEWS – About Worse Than War:
WORSE THAN WAR – Genocide, Eliminationism, and the Ongoing Assault on Humanity
“A magisterial and profoundly disturbing ‘natural history’ of mass murder.” – New York Times.
“A pathbreaking project.” – Die Presse (Vienna).
“His book is masterful.”
- Anthony Howard, Daily Telegraph (UK)
“Worse Than War is a monumental work of originality” – Thane Rosenbaum, Huffington Post.
WORSE THAN WAR – The Film with Daniel Jonah Goldhagen
National Television Premiere: on PBS on April 14th, 2010