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Up and Running

Shalom from Jerusalem Every One:

I understand from Peter Knupfer's last notice we're up and running, all members are now aboard and we don't seem to have lost any one in the process, and glitches have been resolved.

Let's get to work.


Cheers to Yo!

For guiding us into the Promised Land of H-Commons even if we are currently fighting sand dunes and scorpions.  

Onward and best,



Henry Greenspan, Ph.D.

University of Michigan



As with any new system, especially involving computers and new programs, there are bugs and glitches. Management and the puter gurus think they have them pretty much nailed down and they are being worked on. One such problem is the UNSUB Bug, which is unsubscribing some of the members. Please note it does not appear that memberships are being deleted, they're just being unsubscribed, but the names are still in the system and I've rescribed them.

CfA: New Research on Roma and the Holocaust (USHMM workshop)

Call for Applicants: New Research on Roma and the Holocaust

September 15-18, 2014
Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Applications due April 25, 2014

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies invites applications for a workshop, New Research on Roma and the Holocaust, scheduled for September 15-18, 2014. The program will consist of three days of consultation and discussion of participants’ research, followed by a day-long public symposium.

Rethinking Hitler's antisemitic propaganda

For ideological reasons, scholars writing in the  English and German languages have failed to explain Hitler's psyche in the detail such a portentous subject deserves. I have studied primarily scholars writing from the social democrat or communist Left. My Hitler materials are taken from Mein Kampf, Secret Book, and Table Talk.

Here is my essay on the subject, presented in three segments: