Diary shows Germans could have known of Nazi horrors
BERLIN | Wed Oct 12, 2011 10:00am EDT http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/10/ ... PN20111012
'All Minds Blurred and Darkened' Diaries 1939-1945
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Kellner's diary features on Sueddeutsche Zeitung newspaper's "recommended reading" list. The publishers, Wallstein, are on the third print run, indicating unexpectedly strong demand with about 6,000 copies sold and an English translation planned.
Der Spiegel weekly compared the diaries to those of Jewish academic Victor Klemperer, whose account of the climate of hostility and fear in the Nazi years is widely used in Germany as a teaching text on the Third Reich.
"These magnificently edited volumes ... belong in every German library and if possible every book shelf -- next to the diaries of Klemperer," wrote Der Spiegel.
NAZI GERMANY'S EVIL PEOPLE ==>> THE SUPERPOWER'S EVIL PEOPLE
S&P downgrades Spain by one notch on weak growth outlook
Fri Oct 14, 2011 5:15am IST http://in.reuters.com/article/2011/10/1 ... 4720111013
S&P cited Spain's high unemployment, tightening credit and high level of private-sector debt among the reasons for the downgrade of the nation's creditworthiness to AA- from AA.
Supreme Leader: “Attacking the Islamic Republic Is Costly”
13/10/2011 http://english.khamenei.ir//index.php?o ... ew&id=1539
Ayatollah Khamenei said that the increasing power of the Islamic Republic in the region is the main reason behind the efforts by the arrogant powers to promote Iranophobia and Islamophobia, further adding:
"The stupid and futile methods of desperate and confused western politicians to promote Iranophobia will remain ineffective and they will get the bitter taste of defeat once again."
His Eminence added: "The arrogant US regime is stuck in problems and quagmires which are the result of its wrong policies and performance."
IMF official ducks egg attacks in Turkey
Fri Oct 14, 2011 2:2AM GMThttp://www.presstv.ir/detail/204457.html
Two years ago, during a wave of protests in Istanbul against the IMF's dealings with Ankara, one demonstrator threw a shoe at the organization's former chief, Dominique Strauss-Khan.