On July 10th, dignitaries from the U.S., German, and Israeli governments attended a curious ceremony at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington.
Underestimating the HolocaustEric Lichtblau, New York Times. New research has revealed that the number of Nazi camps and ghettos was six times greater than previous estimates—too many to have remained invisible to the German people.
Architect of LiesGilbert King, Smithsonian. Claiming to know nothing of Jewish slave labor in the factories he controlled, Albert Speer escaped Nuremberg with a 20-year jail sentence. But his papers show how well he deceived the court.