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A CIA Nazi Recruit, Rethinking the Memory Wars

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    scroll for news articles A CIA Nazi Recruit in Jewish Drag London Times 12/15/00 SS killer was given new life as a Jew - Alan Hall on the death camp officer
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      A CIA Nazi Recruit in Jewish Drag London Times 12/15/00 SS killer was given
      new life as a Jew - Alan Hall on the death camp officer who was recruited by
      the CIA "The secret life of a former Nazi war criminal, who spied for America's
      Central Intelligence Agency after the Second World War in return for a fake
      Jewish identity, was disclosed yesterday. The story of how Günter Reinemer, an
      S.S. lieutenant who commanded death squads at the Treblinka concentration camp,
      escaped the death penalty because of the CIA is told in a documentary to be
      screened in Germany next month. Reinemer was responsible for the deaths of
      hundreds of Jews at Treblinka, the first concentration camp in Poland. More than
      a million Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto were killed at Treblinka. Given the
      identity Hans-Georg Wagner by the CIA, he later married a Jewish woman, lived in
      Israel and was buried in a Jewish cemetery. His story might have been buried
      with him had he not felt the need to confess in 1988, shortly before he
      apparently committed suicide. His statements form the basis of the documentary
      Wagner's Confession." http://alexconstantine.50megs.com/a_cia_nazi.html

      Relational Remembering: Rethinking the Memory Wars" By Sue Campbell
      (0-7425-3281-X 238pp, Cloth 0-7425-3280-1 238pp) "Tracing the impact of the memory wars
      on science and culture, Relational Remembering offers a vigorous
      philosophical challenge to the contemporary skepticism about memory that is their legacy.
      Campbell uses the false memory debates to defend a feminist
      reconceptualization of personal memory as relational, social and subject to politics."
      http://www.rowmanlittlefield.com/Catalog/SingleBook.shtml?command=Search&db


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