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The whistleblower of the Holocaust

SECOND WORLD WAR: Two people met on the train between Warsaw and Berlin….

[A BETTER TRANSLATION WILL APPEAR SOON!]. In August 1981, I traveled to Paris to report from a trial. High school teacher Robert Faurisson was charged with denying the Holocaust in writing. The prosecutor's main witness was a Swedish diplomat, Göran von Otter. His testimony determined the case. Faurisson was convicted of falsifying history.

There I realized that a random meeting between two people during a train journey between Warsaw and Berlin in August 1942 could have affected the course of the Holocaust. Facts about the methods of the massacre reached it. . .

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Arne Ruth
Ruth is a former editor-in-chief of Dagens Nyheter.

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The war on our understanding of reality

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The Mystery of Vladimir Putin

SPIN DICTATOR: After dictators left their mark on the 20th century with indescribable crimes, it can be difficult to understand how the authoritarian forms of government have made an apparent return in our time.

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The rawness of silence

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