[Nasser] got a swelled head.’ Mollet brought out his well-thumbed copy of The Philosophy of the Revolution . ‘This is Nasser's Mein Kampf . If we're too stupid to read it, understand it and draw the obvious conclusions, then so much the worse for us.’
Both British Prime Minister Anthony Eden and Israeli Prime Minister DavidBen-Gurion shared this interpretation of Nasser's writings and viewed
War crimes prosecutions and the emergence of Holocaust metanarratives
, 1938’, Holocaust
and Genocide Studies (Vol. 14, No. 3, 2000), pp. 390–414.
Deborah Dwork and Robert Jan van Pelt, Holocaust: A History (New York,
2002), p. 206.
Cesarani, Eichmann, p. 77.
Götz Aly, ‘Final Solution’: Nazi Population Policy and the Murder of the European Jews (London, 1999) p. 36.
Ibid., pp. 96–7.
Cesarani, Eichmann, pp. 98–111.
Trial of Adolf Eichmann, Vol. 1, Session 6–8.
DavidBen-Gurion cited in Cesarani, Eichmann, p. 240.
Cesarani, Eichmann, pp. 248–9.
See Rebecca Wittmann, Beyond Justice: The Auschwitz Trial (Cambridge:
MA, 2005), p. 3.