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The Problem of Evidence and Historical Truth
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Noam Chomsky: The New York Times is pure propaganda

Noam Chomsky: The New York Times is pure propaganda | Whose Story? | Scoop.it
The celebrated linguist says our paper of record has carried the government's water, from Laos to the Middle East
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The Man Who Invented the Word ‘Genocide’

The Man Who Invented the Word ‘Genocide’ | Whose Story? | Scoop.it
‘Watchers of the Sky’ examines the legacy of Raphael Lemkin, the man who succeeded in making genocide an international crime.
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In Cold War, U.S. Spy Agencies Used 1,000 Nazis

In Cold War, U.S. Spy Agencies Used 1,000 Nazis | Whose Story? | Scoop.it
Law enforcement and intelligence leaders believed the ex-Nazis’ intelligence value against the Russians outweighed what one official called “moral lapses” in their service to the Third Reich, according to newly disclosed records.
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The years of imperial thinking: George W. Bush and the birth of a nightmare

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There's perhaps no greater influence on the history of modern Iraq than the world-historic hubris of Bush 43
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South Korea Returns Bodies of Hundreds of Chinese Soldiers - NYTimes.com

South Korea Returns Bodies of Hundreds of Chinese Soldiers - NYTimes.com | Whose Story? | Scoop.it
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The English expressions coined in WW1

The English expressions coined in WW1 | Whose Story? | Scoop.it
World War One gave rise to a number of slang and colloquial expressions such as blighty and cushy, but some lasted longer than others.
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How the Stasi spied without social media

How the Stasi spied without social media | Whose Story? | Scoop.it
Newly obtained files offer a crucial reminder of what a repressive regime can do with even a little information
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China fury at Japanese claim that Nanjing massacre never took place

China fury at Japanese claim that Nanjing massacre never took place | Whose Story? | Scoop.it
Board member at Japan's state broadcaster denies infamous slaughter in 1937 of at least 140,000 people did not happen
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The Brazilian ranch where Nazis kept slaves

The Brazilian ranch where Nazis kept slaves | Whose Story? | Scoop.it
The discovery of some bricks stamped with swastikas, and a photograph showing a Nazi flag, led to some awful revelations about a ranch near Sao Paulo.
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US 'covered up' Soviet massacre

US 'covered up' Soviet massacre | Whose Story? | Scoop.it
Newly released documents appear to back the idea that the US helped cover up Soviet responsibility for the 1940 massacre of Polish soldiers at Katyn.
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Hitler's old house gives Austria a headache

Hitler's old house gives Austria a headache | Whose Story? | Scoop.it
The house where Hitler was born is empty again - and its tenant, the Austrian government, does not know what to do with it. The BBC's Bethany Bell reports from Braunau.
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Chilling: CIA and other spy agencies hired 1,000 Nazis during Cold War, report finds

Chilling: CIA and other spy agencies hired 1,000 Nazis during Cold War, report finds | Whose Story? | Scoop.it
The New York Times uncovers more unsavory details about the Cold War
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The German officer who tried to kill Hitler

The German officer who tried to kill Hitler | Whose Story? | Scoop.it
Seventy years ago, a German army officer entered a secret Nazi complex on the Eastern Front - his mission was to kill Adolf Hitler
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How Each Of The Great Powers Helped Start the First World War

How Each Of The Great Powers Helped Start the First World War | Whose Story? | Scoop.it
It's the 100th anniversary of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand by a Serbian terrorist — an event that escalated into unprecedented global conflict known today as World War I. Most historians say Germany led the charge into war, but seven other powers deserve a share in the blame.
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Declassified U.N. Cables Reveal Turning Point in Rwanda Crisis of 1994 - NYTimes.com

Declassified U.N. Cables Reveal Turning Point in Rwanda Crisis of 1994 - NYTimes.com | Whose Story? | Scoop.it
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Pearl Harbor: Did FDR and the Navy know what was coming?

Pearl Harbor: Did FDR and the Navy know what was coming? | Whose Story? | Scoop.it
Looking back on the days before Dec. 7, 1941 -- and how FDR prepared for a war he thought might be inevitable
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Hitler’s favorite American: “Biological fascism” in the shadow of New York City

Hitler’s favorite American: “Biological fascism” in the shadow of New York City | Whose Story? | Scoop.it
Charles Davenport was a renowned and influential scientist. He was also a "racial purist" who inspired the Nazis
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Vietnam whitewash! How the Pentagon is trying to water down history

Vietnam whitewash! How the Pentagon is trying to water down history | Whose Story? | Scoop.it
An initiative to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the war is selectively choosing which facts to tell
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Noam Chomsky | Prerogatives of Power

Noam Chomsky | Prerogatives of Power | Whose Story? | Scoop.it
The debate in American scholarly and media circles is about whether Iran can be contained, and whether the huge NSA surveillance system is needed to protect US security.
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104 Years Later, a Chinese Train Station Platform is Still the Site of Anti-Japanese Rancor | TIME.com

A memorial to a man that Tokyo calls a terrorist, but Beijing and Seoul regard as a hero, reflects East Asia's War over history
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In Textbook Fight, Japan Leaders Seek to Recast History - NYTimes.com

In Textbook Fight, Japan Leaders Seek to Recast History - NYTimes.com | Whose Story? | Scoop.it
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