hermod wrote:The channel was newspaper articles and radio broadcasts reporting the joint declaration of mid-December 1942 by 11 "United Nations" (including the big three - UK, USA and USSR) about Hitler's [alleged] "bestial policy of cold blooded extermination". And the source of the 'info' was the Riegner telegram and 2 or 3 additional 'reports' kindly provided to the Allies by some Zionist in Switzerland (Gerhart Riegner and Richard Lichtheim). The 'info' had been released by the founder of US Zionism himself (rabbi Stephen Wise) around 2 weeks before the UN joint declaration mentioned above. And a paper written by US propagandist William Shirer in 1943 show that most US citizens indeed disbelieved that 'info' because they still hadn't forgotten the big lies told by Allied atrocity propagandists about the Germans during WW1.
I had awareness that it was introduced by jew organizations, although I don't possess a detailed knowledge, I do know that the Black Book was one of their earliest efforts.
The point is that it's unfortunate that this excerpt is murky, in fact a reader could interpret it as the OSS announcing it.
I'd like to find citation that would remove any need for interpretation.
And I'd like to strengthen the argument by being able to cite major intelligence successes of the OSS at the time in order to ask how it is that they would then be unaware of a massive extermination program underway.
One case along that line might be Katyn, could the OSS have known about it in shortly afterward, long before the Germans?
These are the type of facts that could bolster and give this it's full impact.
I'm not an adept researcher by any means but I'm going to put some effort into it.