And many want to read good books. The neo Nazis, the brown shirt fetishists, Heydrich wanna be's and digital storm troopers have a semi pornographic connection to all of this,
which usually is not founded in what a real historian does. Or they are revisionists, apologists, Holocaust deniers, and denizens of a political fringe which is busily making a comeback amid the crisis.
If you are uncomfortable with the things that some of us write here, then take it up with Adrian Stevenson, or Larry C or Bob Coleman.
I am sure they will be eager to give you a full hearing.
And the best of the season to you, as well.
Let me say something else. One of the ways I figure out whether a person is a political fanatic and using this site for their goals is to see if they read serious books.
In the main, those who do not real books have some other motive than those associated with this site.
I have been pretty successful with this method, actually, and the proprietors are at pains to keep this place clean of political detritus.
An odd posting a couple of days ago sparked me to make this thread.
The evidence of the past is contradictory. There is no unified interpretation of old things. They are a mystery.
Serious people debate what these things mean, and maybe this debate makes certain people uncomfortable or even resentful.
I deal with this kind of thing on an hourly basis in my work, and have done so for decades.
And, Mr. Wyeth, this is not the Wehrmacht Awards Forum.