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Stefanie Wichhart

[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.’ 35 Both British Prime Minister Anthony Eden and Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion shared this interpretation of Nasser's writings and viewed

in Comic empires
War crimes prosecutions and the emergence of Holocaust metanarratives
Tom Lawson

, 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. David Ben-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. Helmut

in Debates on the Holocaust
Aidan Beatty

dispossessed of their land, sometimes by military force, between the 1840s and 1860s’. Xhosa and Zulu peoples in South Africa were similarly dispossessed. 124 Expropriation of common lands ‘from the Scottish highlands to the Irish rundale ’ 125 was also justified with claims of inefficient use. Ottoman Palestine was classified as a ‘pathological landscape’ and ‘as a swampy wasteland inhabited by an unproductive people’. David Ben-Gurion proclaimed in 1924 that ‘[w]e do not recognize the right of Arabs to

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