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Pope Pius XII"s revisionism

Robert Faurisson

Pope Pius XII"s revisionism

by Robert Faurisson

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Published by Historical Review Press in Sussex, England .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pius -- XII, -- Pope, -- 1876-1958 -- Relations with Jews.,
  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Robert Faurisson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX1378 .F35 2006
    The Physical Object
    Pagination104 p. ;
    Number of Pages104
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16412170M
    ISBN 100906879248
    LC Control Number2007532845
    OCLC/WorldCa180205466

    Eugenio Pacelli, Pope Pius XII, has long been the subject of controversy over his failure to speak out against Hitler's Final Solution. In Hitler's Pope, award-winning journalist and Roman Catholic John Cornwell shows that, even well before the Holocaust, Pope Pius XII was instrumental in negotiating an accord that helped the Nazis rise to unhindered power--and sealed the fate of /5(11). Pope Pius XII (Italian: Pio XII), born Eugenio Maria Giuseppe Giovanni Pacelli (Italian pronunciation: [euˈdʒɛːnjo maˈriːa dʒuˈzɛppe dʒoˈvanni paˈtʃɛlli]; 2 March – 9 October ), was head of the Catholic Church and sovereign of the Vatican City State from 2 March to when he died. Before his election to the papacy, he served as secretary of the Predecessor: Pius XI.

      Group Gives New Proof of Pius XII's Help for Jews. Says Pope Worked to Save Lives Before, During, After War. NEW YORK, 20 FEB. (ZENIT) Recently uncovered documents show gestures of friendship and protection that Pius XII showed to Jews before, during and after World War II.   The Vatican is set to open the secret archives of Pope Pius XII, the World War II-era pope whose record during the Holocaust has come under intense scrutiny. The archive will be opened on March 2. Some Jewish groups and historians have said Pius, who was pope from , stayed silent during the Holocaust and didn’t do enough to save lives.

    Background. Two Popes served through the Nazi period: Pope Pius XI (–) and Pope Pius XII (–). The Holy See strongly criticized Nazism through the late s and throughout the s, with Cardinal Pacelli (later Pope Pius XII) being a particularly outspoken critic. In , Vatican signed a Concordat with Germany, hoping to protect the rights of .   Pope vs. Hitler opens by asking whether Pius XII really was “Hitler’s Pope,” as John Cornwell notoriously alleged, or rather, as Riebling’s book maintains, Hitler’s implacable enemy. Cassel includes critics, and not just supporters, of Pius XII. But his film makes clear where the hard evidence lies.


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Pope Pius XII"s revisionism by Robert Faurisson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Favourable to the Allies and obligingly helpful to the Jews, Pius XII was also a revisionist. It is precisely his revisionist's scepticism, and not any ignorance of the facts, that explains his silence on the alleged physical extermination of the Jews, on the alleged Nazi gas chambers and on the alleged six million Jewish victims of what today is called the 'Holocaust' or 'Shoah'.

Favourable to the Allies and obligingly helpful to the Jews, Pius XII was also a revisionist. It is precisely his revisionist’s scepticism, and not any ignorance of the facts, that explains his silence on the alleged physical extermination of the Jews, on the alleged Nazi gas chambers and on the alleged six million Jewish victims of what today is called the ‘Holocaust’ or ‘Shoah’.5/5(1).

Pius Xii, the Holocaust And the Revisionists: Essays When Cardinal Eugenio Pacelli became Pope Pius XII inthe Nazis had invaded Austria and Czechoslovakia and were poised to strike Poland. Jews and other minorities were already being sent to concentration camps, and the world was on the verge of another horrific war.

Revisionist /5(2). Pope Pius XII's Revisionism by Robert FaurissonPope Pius XII did much to help Jewish people during World War II, particularly ethnic Jews who converted to Christianity. They were rejected by both religious Jews and National Socialist Germany.

The Pope like Churchill, Roosevelt and De Gaulle made no mention of. Faurisson, The revisionism of pope Pius XII which has become very evident since Vatican II both in terms of foreign policy which is the concern of this book and in reform to worship.

Favourable to the Allies and obligingly helpful to the Jews, Pius XII was also a revisionist. It is precisely his revisionist’s scepticism, and not any. About the Book. When Cardinal Eugenio Pacelli became Pope Pius XII inthe Nazis had invaded Austria and Czechoslovakia and were poised to strike Poland.

Jews and other minorities were already being sent to concentration camps, and the world was on the verge of. Favourable to the Allies and obligingly helpful to the Jews, Pius XII was also a revisionist. It is precisely his revisionist’s scepticism, and not any ignorance of the facts, that explains his silence on the alleged physical extermination of the Jews, on the alleged Nazi gas chambers and on the alleged six million Jewish victims of what today is called “the Holocaust” or “the Shoah”.

The play was soon translated into English and imported to Broadway in New York City. The playwright contends that Pope Pius XII, when he was the sovereign pontiff of the Catholic Church, might have prevented deportations and the mass murder of so many Jewish people had he spoken out against the Nazi extermination camps.

Was Pope Pius XII “Hitler’s Pope”. Or was he a determined opponent of Nazism. The debate should be settled for good now that new research shows the Vatican not only saved the lives of thousands of Jews, but also worked to assassinate Hitler. The National Geographic Channel is airing a show tonight (Sunday, September 4th), “Pope vs.

Hitler,” that. The Vatican has opened its archives of the World War II-era pope Pius XII to researchers and historians, to set the record straight on the pope’s actions during the Holocaust. Aleteia had acc.

Image: True Restoration-CC Insixteen years after Our Lady’s apparitions at Fatim a, the future Pope Ven. Pius XII, then Cardinal Eugenio Pacelli, Secretary of State to Pope Pius XI, made prophetic remarks in confidence to his friend Count Enrico Pietro Galeazzi.

Cardinal Pacelli stated that Our Lady of Fatima’s confidences to Sr. Lucia were a warning against the “suicide”. Pius XII’s Christmas addresses of andbroadcast over Vatican radio to millions throughout the world, also help to refute the fallacious claim that Pope Pius was “silent.”.

Pope Pius XIIs Good Fight MICHAEL COREN British author John Cornwall’s largely discredited book, Hitler’s Pope, appeared in and featured on its dust jacket a photograph of the future pope Pius walking past a German soldier in a storm trooper steel helmet.

What was not pointed out was that the picture was taken long before Hitler. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. Buy eBook - $ Highlights Pope Pius XII's efforts to bring about peace and help victims of the Second World War, especial based on scholarship and pertinent original documents relating to these matters.

A Pope Pius XIIs 5/5(1). Beyond The Deputy: Origins of the New Revisionism: p. 9: The Road to Dachau: p. Pius XI, Pius XII, and the Fuhrer: Peter Godman Against Two Men of God: p.

Pius XI's Hidden Encyclical: An Appraisal: p. We Have Contended with Diabolical Forces: p. The Pope and the Shoah: p. The Pope Pius XII Controversy: A Review Article: p. Friedlander concludes that Pius XIIs actions during World War II were directed by (1) his Germanophilia and (2) his The book consists mainly of historical documents, including speeches made by the pope, missives between the pope and the Nazis, as well as correspondence and meeting notes from Catholic clergy and international ambassadors/5.

Last year, Pope Francis announced that on March 2,he would open the Vatican Archives for the pontificate of Pius XII. It is a long awaited move, as controversy has swirled for decades over. Pope Pius X has 48 books on Goodreads with ratings. Pope Pius X’s most popular book is Catholic Catechism of Saint Pius X ().

In his riveting book Church of Spies: The Pope’s Secret War Against Hitler, Mark Riebling uses newly released Vatican files and secret transcripts, vividly describing the cloak-and-dagger tactics Pius XII employed to help bring down the Nazi regime.

In its eagerness to present the Church in a good light, moreover, the book leaves out some important elements of the story: e.g., the “Donation of Constantine,” a forged document, probably of the fifth century, which supposedly showed Constantine bestowing entitlements on Pope Sylvester and which played an important part in the endless pope.

The unveiling on Monday of Pope Pius XII's archives has been demanded for decades by Jewish groups and historians. They comprise fonds -- archival documents of the same origin -- .Pope Pius was often described as a political Pope, which he seemed to me to be at the time.

Very possibly, the future will rate him a saint. Only time will tell. —Harold H. Tittmann, Jr., U.S. Chargé d’ Affaires to the Vatican, [1] Prologue. On the night of February 9, Pope Pius XI was gravely ill and struggling to stay alive.Pius XII has long been vilified as “Hitler’s pope”, accused of failing publicly to condemn the genocide of Europe’s Jews.

Now a British author has unearthed extensive material that Vatican insiders believe will restore his reputation, revealing the part that he played in saving lives and opposing nazism.