Skip to comments.It's time for Clark University's Deborah Dwork to issue an apology
Posted on 06/23/2012 7:27:07 AM PDT by cleghornboy
In several past Blog posts I've documented how Deborah Dwork, Director of Clark University's Strassler Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies, has engaged in anti-Catholic historical revisionism, falsely accusing Pope Pius XII of happy memory as having "failed Europe's Jews miserably, unconscionably." See here for example.
Now, Zenit is reporting that:
After six years of untiring research that has uncovered 76,000 pages of original material, plus multiple eyewitness accounts and testimonies from prominent international scholars, Gary Krupp is confident the besmirching of Pope Pius XII's reputation is coming to an end.
"We're definitely winning, absolutely no question," Krupp tells me on a visit to Rome this week. "Every time we do more research, we find a diamond. It's incredible, but there's nothing on the other side because there's no documented foundation for any of their accusations."
(Excerpt) Read more at lasalettejourney.blogspot.com ...
I’ve read that the rumors that Pius XII was a Nazi collaborator were part of a KGB disinformation campaign. It is certainly consistent with their aims.
The KGB planted the seeds with sympathetic western journalists, mostly in Europe, immediately after the war. The seeds found purchase in the fetid soil of the American left.
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