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Where truth is no defence, I want to break free by Fredrick Toben

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Took some photographs of what little there is to see. Monday, 8 March 1999 Graf and Mattogno visited the Jewish Institute but its archives were closed. Bought some useful books and some material from a Jewish historical review containing the genesis of the Holocaust legend. I spend the day thus: • Collected my Slovakia visa: efficient service – done immediately and cheap. • Observed a teachers’ protest outside the Ministry of Education. A Mr Grabowsky informed me of the problems faced by teachers.

It was also here that the decision was 14 Ukraine made to hold on 25 April 1945 in San Francisco a conference that would establish the United Nations. Interestingly, Ukraine and Belarus (albeit as Soviet Socialist Republics) were foundation members of the UN. So, this trip for me was making contact with history – to wander in and about this beautiful palace. It once belonged to the Tsar’s family which, of course, lost it when Nicholas II and his family were executed by Jewish Bolsheviks. The slim brochure from which I gleaned this information fails to mention this latter point.

15 Chapter 4 Kiev Express To Vienna And Nuremberg Monday, 22 March 1999 Still on the Kiev–Vienna Express. I have a three-person compartment to myself. This is the way to travel long distances – in pyjamas all day, and I justify this by claiming I deserve this rest after four weeks of travelling. I am trying to empathise with the refugees who travelled on these train tracks before, during and after the war – westwards and eastwards. Why are there detailed lists available of people who came into the Third Reich as willing guest workers from Ukraine?

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