Thank you Robert and Sheila, that was helpful information. I am still
investigating the cyanide issue but I'm no longer perplexed as to the
the quotes attributed to Dr. Steiner.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Robert Mason <robertsmason_99@...> wrote:
> To Chris, who wrote:
> >>Robert, I cannot locate Steiner's lecture of Oct. 10, 1923. It
> would be helpful if we could locate his actual lecture. I am
> looking for the source which Tradowsky and Bondarev are deriving
> their opinions from. In this link which Novak quotes from
> is he also quoting Steiner, or is he only quoting from
> Robert writes:
> As I read Novaliz, the text within the single quotation
> marks is from Tradowsky, and the text within the
> double quotes is Novalis quoting Tradowsky quoting
> I don't see that lecture at the eLib. If you live in
> the USA, you might be able to get the English version
> as a had copy from the RS Library in Ghent, NY. If
> you read German, you might get a e-text from the
> Nachlassverwaltung archive <www.rudolf-steiner.com>.
> Chris wrote:
> >>Dear seekers, I am wondering how Tradowsky could mention
> Cyanide and how it was used to murder millions of people, yet
> Bondarev who is apparently sourcing his material from the same
> place as Tradowsky, come to a conclusion that perhaps there
> could have been no Holocaust. I do not downplay Bondarev
> claiming his impartial stance in the matter, for I am in that
> same situation myself not sure what is the truth of the
> matter of the Holocaust, however there is something missing here
> and I believe it is the "SOURCE".<<
> Robert writes:
> I think that Tradowsky and Bondarev were reading the
> same text from Steiner, but that their differing
> opinions are due to the differences in their own
> personalities, their backgrounds, their other readings,
> and their methodologies. I would *guess* that
> Bondy may have read some "revisionist* historical
> accounts that Tradowsky had not. Bondarev is a
> Russian who has now been living in Switzerland for
> some years; I would guess (don't know) that Tradowsky
> has been living in Germany all along. Unorthodox,
> "revisionist" historical treatments of the "Holocaust"
> are under severe legal restrictions in Germany, and
> so might not have been readily available to Tradowsky.
> Thus, I don't think the "something missing" is this
> particular text from Steiner. To get a better
> understanding of Bondarev, you might want to get
> the whole book from Nelson Willby. And/or you
> might want to browse around in "revisionsist"
> literature about World War II etc. If you are
> in the USA and have uncensored Internet, this
> should be easy enough to do. Of course, one has
> to sift the wheat from the chaff. There are
> many place you could start; this might be one:
> Robert Mason
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