B030 - Dissecting the Holocaust: The Growing Critique of "Truth" and "Memory" / By Ernst Gauss

 Today, challenging the Holocaust, whether in whole or in part, has been made punishable by law in many Western democracies. Yet a growing body of evidence, accumulated by the investigators featured in this work and by other researchers, raises increasingly troubling questions about the standard version of Hitler's alleged attempt to exterminate the Jews. As the Holocaust becomes an ever bigger taboo, as the questions from earnest dissenters grow more insistent, Western society stands at a crossroads. Does a decent regard for Hitler's Jewish victims, however many they were, justify suppressing open inquiry and stifling free expression?  Hardcover, 450 pp